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Food, Frozen, and Trap: The COMPLETE WORST-CASE SCENARIO Survival Handbook Includes HOW TO TREAT A TONGUE STUCK TO A POLE lWarm the pole with your hands. Atongue will stick when the surface of the pole is very when the tongue touches the pole, causing bonding. Place your gloved hands on the area of the pole closest to the tongue. Hold them there for several minutes cold. The top few layers of the tongue will freeze 1 Do not panic. 2 Do not pull the tongue from the pole 3 Move closer to the pole. Pulling sharply will be very painful. As the pole warms, the frozen area around the tongue should begin to thaw. Gently pull the tongue away from the pole. You may leave a layer or two of skin on the pole, which will be painful, but the tongue will quickly heal. | İlke z test pull. Get as close as possible without letting more of the tongue's surface area touch the pole. Alternative Method 0 se warm water Pour water from a water bottle over the tongue and the pole. Do not use water that is cold, or it may freeze and exacerbate the problem. Be Aware Do not try to loosen your tongue with your own saliva: Although saliva is relatively warm, the small amount you will be able to generate is likely to freeze on your tongue.. If another person is present, have him or her pour warm (not hot) water over your tongue. This may be difficult to articulate while your tongue is stuck-pantomiming a glass of water poured over your tongue should do the trick Warm the pole wih yr ui wti your ton How To THWART AN AFFECTIONATE COSTUMED MAScoT er all ood/ medi 1S tial restau tuate fave hark an- e to nc- to How rO ESCAPE FROM A GIANT OCTOPUS 1 Pull away quickly In many cases, a human can escape from the grasp of small- to medium-sized octopus by just swimming away. Propel yourself forward to create a pulling pres- sure on the octopus's arms. If you cannot get away, or if you feel yourself being pulled back, continue to the next step. 2 Do not go limp. Octopi are naturally curious and, if strong enough, will check to see if you are a food item before letting you go. Do not act passively, or you may be bitten or quickly enveloped by the octopus's web, a flexible sheath used to trap prey. Once you are caught in a "web-over," escape will be extremely difficult. However, octopi tire easily, so continue to put pres- sure on the arms by attempting to swim away. The octopus may decide to let you go rather than bring ou in for a closer look. 3 Prevent the octopus's arms from wrapping around your arms. The COMPLETE WORST-CASE SCENARIO Survival Handbook Includes Searchable CD With All 11 Handbooks plus wallpapers, and more By Joshua Piven and David Borgenicht novelty-gift-ideas: Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook
Food, Frozen, and Trap: The
 COMPLETE
 WORST-CASE SCENARIO
 Survival Handbook
 Includes

 HOW TO TREAT A
 TONGUE STUCK
 TO A POLE
 lWarm the pole with your hands.
 Atongue will stick when the surface of the pole is
 very
 when the tongue touches the pole, causing bonding.
 Place your gloved hands on the area of the pole
 closest to the tongue. Hold them there for several
 minutes
 cold. The top few layers of the tongue will freeze
 1 Do not panic.
 2 Do not pull the tongue from the pole
 3 Move closer to the pole.
 Pulling sharply will be very painful.
 As the pole warms, the frozen area around the tongue
 should begin to thaw. Gently pull the tongue away
 from the pole. You may leave a layer or two of skin on
 the pole, which will be painful, but the tongue will
 quickly heal.
 | İlke z test pull.
 Get as close as possible without letting more of the
 tongue's surface area touch the pole.
 Alternative Method
 0
 se warm water
 Pour water from a water bottle over the tongue and
 the pole. Do not use water that is cold, or it may
 freeze and exacerbate the problem.
 Be Aware
 Do not try to loosen your tongue with your own
 saliva: Although saliva is relatively warm, the
 small amount you will be able to generate is
 likely to freeze on your tongue..
 If another person is present, have him or her
 pour warm (not hot) water over your tongue. This
 may be difficult to articulate while your tongue is
 stuck-pantomiming a glass of water poured over
 your tongue should do the trick
 Warm the pole wih yr ui wti
 your ton

 How To THWART AN
 AFFECTIONATE COSTUMED MAScoT
 er
 all
 ood/
 medi
 1S
 tial
 restau
 tuate
 fave
 hark
 an-
 e
 to
 nc-
 to

 How rO ESCAPE
 FROM A GIANT
 OCTOPUS
 1 Pull away quickly
 In many cases, a human can escape from the grasp of
 small- to medium-sized octopus by just swimming
 away. Propel yourself forward to create a pulling pres-
 sure on the octopus's arms. If you cannot get away, or
 if you feel yourself being pulled back, continue to the
 next step.
 2 Do not go limp.
 Octopi are naturally curious and, if strong enough,
 will check to see if you are a food item before letting
 you go. Do not act passively, or you may be bitten or
 quickly enveloped by the octopus's web, a flexible
 sheath used to trap prey. Once you are caught in a
 "web-over," escape will be extremely difficult.
 However, octopi tire easily, so continue to put pres-
 sure on the arms by attempting to swim away. The
 octopus may decide to let you go rather than bring
 ou in for a closer look.
 3 Prevent the octopus's arms from wrapping around
 your arms.

 The
 COMPLETE
 WORST-CASE SCENARIO
 Survival Handbook
 Includes
 Searchable CD
 With All
 11 Handbooks
 plus wallpapers,
 and more
 By Joshua Piven and David Borgenicht
novelty-gift-ideas:

Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook

novelty-gift-ideas: Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook

Ass, Fucking, and Google: unpicasso probably my favorite thing abt being a millennial is that i can lie on my resume abt shit like being proficient in excel bc i have the common sense to just google anything i dont know how to do which gives me a giant fucking edge over gen x in the job market bc somehow that strategy never occurs to employers and my underqualified ass looks like steve jobs every time i use a youtube tutorial to make a spreadsheet jadelyn Everyone in my office sings my praises for what I can do with excel for this exact reason, even though I joke with them that "I have no idea how to do that but give me half an hour and an internet connection and I'lI figure something out for you." I even once specifically said in response to my grandboss commenting on my excel skills, "You do realize that I just like.. .google stuff when you ask me to do something with excel that I don't know how to do, right?" But his praise didn't change at all. There was no "Wait, that's all it is? Instead, he said "Yes, but the fact that you think to do that and that you know exactly how to phrase your searches and how to sift through the results to get the right answer, and you then integrate what you've learned and use it going forward is still so much more than any of the rest of us [the other 5 ppl on my team are all mid-40s and up] can do. To you, it's "just googling stuff, but it's still a unique and valuable skill you bring, so don't shrug off the compliments so cavalierly, okay? And this was coming from an executive with an MBA. Don't undervalue your googling skills, kids. It's not lying if you know you can figure it out a millennial’s advantage
Ass, Fucking, and Google: unpicasso
 probably my favorite thing abt being a millennial is that i can lie on my resume
 abt shit like being proficient in excel bc i have the common sense to just google
 anything i dont know how to do which gives me a giant fucking edge over gen x
 in the job market bc somehow that strategy never occurs to employers and my
 underqualified ass looks like steve jobs every time i use a youtube tutorial to
 make a spreadsheet
 jadelyn
 Everyone in my office sings my praises for what I can do with excel for this
 exact reason, even though I joke with them that "I have no idea how to do that
 but give me half an hour and an internet connection and I'lI figure something
 out for you." I even once specifically said in response to my grandboss
 commenting on my excel skills, "You do realize that I just like.. .google stuff
 when you ask me to do something with excel that I don't know how to do,
 right?"
 But his praise didn't change at all. There was no "Wait, that's all it is?
 Instead, he said "Yes, but the fact that you think to do that and that you know
 exactly how to phrase your searches and how to sift through the results to get
 the right answer, and you then integrate what you've learned and use it going
 forward is still so much more than any of the rest of us [the other 5 ppl on my
 team are all mid-40s and up] can do. To you, it's "just googling stuff, but it's
 still a unique and valuable skill you bring, so don't shrug off the compliments so
 cavalierly, okay?
 And this was coming from an executive with an MBA. Don't undervalue your
 googling skills, kids. It's not lying if you know you can figure it out
a millennial’s advantage

a millennial’s advantage

Ass, Birthday, and Christmas: A What's the rudest thing a guest has 5173 ever done in your home? (self.AskReddit) posted to AskReddit 4 hours ago by nl1004 2303 comments sorted by top DONE HIDE A PREV NEXT V A Jombafomb 19496 points 3 hours ago x2 Everyone has a story from their childhood that still pisses them off, this is mine. I was five years old and my snotty older cousin was over at our house. I had just gotten a copy of Mike Tyson's Punch out for my birthday. He was getting his ass kicked by king hippo and he got so angry he rage quit. But he didn't just rage quit, he ripped the cartridge out of the Nintendo and spit into it. Then he threw it across the room and stormed out. I told my parents what happened and they told his parents and they made him apologize, but the game was ruined. It would kind of play, but would freeze up all the time. My family barely had enough money to get me the game for my birthday never mind buying it again. I was sure I would never be able to play it again Then for Christmas this little shit got Mike Tyson's Punch Out. So my older brother went over to his house and switched our ruined cartridge with his. It was awesome. A Jombafomb 13320 points 7 hours ago x2 I could write a book with tales of his awesomeness. When I was 12 he snuck me out of the house in the middle of the night to see The Foo Fighters (before they were the biggest band on earth) At the end of their set William Goldsmith (their drummer at the time) threw his sticks into the crowd and my brother dove headfirst and emerged victoriously with the sticks over his head a minute later. He gave them to me as a memento of my first real rock show. I put one in his coffin and the other I still have to this day. We still fought all the time like brothers do, but no one could mess with me so long as he was around awesomacious: Redditor shares a few heartwarming stories about his elder brother.
Ass, Birthday, and Christmas: A What's the rudest thing a guest has
 5173 ever done in your home? (self.AskReddit)
 posted to AskReddit
 4 hours ago by nl1004
 2303 comments
 sorted by top
 DONE
 HIDE
 A PREV
 NEXT V
 A Jombafomb 19496 points 3 hours ago x2
 Everyone has a story from their childhood that still pisses
 them off, this is mine. I was five years old and my snotty
 older cousin was over at our house. I had just gotten a copy
 of Mike Tyson's Punch out for my birthday. He was getting
 his ass kicked by king hippo and he got so angry he rage
 quit. But he didn't just rage quit, he ripped the cartridge out
 of the Nintendo and spit into it. Then he threw it across the
 room and stormed out.
 I told my parents what happened and they told his parents
 and they made him apologize, but the game was ruined. It
 would kind of play, but would freeze up all the time. My
 family barely had enough money to get me the game for my
 birthday never mind buying it again. I was sure I would never
 be able to play it again
 Then for Christmas this little shit got Mike Tyson's Punch
 Out. So my older brother went over to his house and
 switched our ruined cartridge with his. It was awesome.
 A Jombafomb 13320 points 7 hours ago x2
 I could write a book with tales of his awesomeness.
 When I was 12 he snuck me out of the house in the
 middle of the night to see The Foo Fighters (before
 they were the biggest band on earth) At the end of
 their set William Goldsmith (their drummer at the
 time) threw his sticks into the crowd and my brother
 dove headfirst and emerged victoriously with the
 sticks over his head a minute later. He gave them to
 me as a memento of my first real rock show. I put
 one in his coffin and the other I still have to this day.
 We still fought all the time like brothers do, but no
 one could mess with me so long as he was around
awesomacious:

Redditor shares a few heartwarming stories about his elder brother.

awesomacious: Redditor shares a few heartwarming stories about his elder brother.

Ass, Birthday, and Christmas: A What's the rudest thing a guest has 5173 ever done in your home? (self.AskReddit) posted to AskReddit 4 hours ago by nl1004 2303 comments sorted by top DONE HIDE A PREV NEXT V A Jombafomb 19496 points 3 hours ago x2 Everyone has a story from their childhood that still pisses them off, this is mine. I was five years old and my snotty older cousin was over at our house. I had just gotten a copy of Mike Tyson's Punch out for my birthday. He was getting his ass kicked by king hippo and he got so angry he rage quit. But he didn't just rage quit, he ripped the cartridge out of the Nintendo and spit into it. Then he threw it across the room and stormed out. I told my parents what happened and they told his parents and they made him apologize, but the game was ruined. It would kind of play, but would freeze up all the time. My family barely had enough money to get me the game for my birthday never mind buying it again. I was sure I would never be able to play it again Then for Christmas this little shit got Mike Tyson's Punch Out. So my older brother went over to his house and switched our ruined cartridge with his. It was awesome. A Jombafomb 13320 points 7 hours ago x2 I could write a book with tales of his awesomeness. When I was 12 he snuck me out of the house in the middle of the night to see The Foo Fighters (before they were the biggest band on earth) At the end of their set William Goldsmith (their drummer at the time) threw his sticks into the crowd and my brother dove headfirst and emerged victoriously with the sticks over his head a minute later. He gave them to me as a memento of my first real rock show. I put one in his coffin and the other I still have to this day. We still fought all the time like brothers do, but no one could mess with me so long as he was around Redditor shares a few heartwarming stories about his elder brother. via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2QSr17M
Ass, Birthday, and Christmas: A What's the rudest thing a guest has
 5173 ever done in your home? (self.AskReddit)
 posted to AskReddit
 4 hours ago by nl1004
 2303 comments
 sorted by top
 DONE
 HIDE
 A PREV
 NEXT V
 A Jombafomb 19496 points 3 hours ago x2
 Everyone has a story from their childhood that still pisses
 them off, this is mine. I was five years old and my snotty
 older cousin was over at our house. I had just gotten a copy
 of Mike Tyson's Punch out for my birthday. He was getting
 his ass kicked by king hippo and he got so angry he rage
 quit. But he didn't just rage quit, he ripped the cartridge out
 of the Nintendo and spit into it. Then he threw it across the
 room and stormed out.
 I told my parents what happened and they told his parents
 and they made him apologize, but the game was ruined. It
 would kind of play, but would freeze up all the time. My
 family barely had enough money to get me the game for my
 birthday never mind buying it again. I was sure I would never
 be able to play it again
 Then for Christmas this little shit got Mike Tyson's Punch
 Out. So my older brother went over to his house and
 switched our ruined cartridge with his. It was awesome.
 A Jombafomb 13320 points 7 hours ago x2
 I could write a book with tales of his awesomeness.
 When I was 12 he snuck me out of the house in the
 middle of the night to see The Foo Fighters (before
 they were the biggest band on earth) At the end of
 their set William Goldsmith (their drummer at the
 time) threw his sticks into the crowd and my brother
 dove headfirst and emerged victoriously with the
 sticks over his head a minute later. He gave them to
 me as a memento of my first real rock show. I put
 one in his coffin and the other I still have to this day.
 We still fought all the time like brothers do, but no
 one could mess with me so long as he was around
Redditor shares a few heartwarming stories about his elder brother. via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2QSr17M

Redditor shares a few heartwarming stories about his elder brother. via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2QSr17M

Ass, Birthday, and Christmas: A What's the rudest thing a guest has 5173 ever done in your home? (self.AskReddit) posted to AskReddit 4 hours ago by nl1004 2303 comments sorted by top DONE HIDE A PREV NEXT V A Jombafomb 19496 points 3 hours ago x2 Everyone has a story from their childhood that still pisses them off, this is mine. I was five years old and my snotty older cousin was over at our house. I had just gotten a copy of Mike Tyson's Punch out for my birthday. He was getting his ass kicked by king hippo and he got so angry he rage quit. But he didn't just rage quit, he ripped the cartridge out of the Nintendo and spit into it. Then he threw it across the room and stormed out. I told my parents what happened and they told his parents and they made him apologize, but the game was ruined. It would kind of play, but would freeze up all the time. My family barely had enough money to get me the game for my birthday never mind buying it again. I was sure I would never be able to play it again Then for Christmas this little shit got Mike Tyson's Punch Out. So my older brother went over to his house and switched our ruined cartridge with his. It was awesome. A Jombafomb 13320 points 7 hours ago x2 I could write a book with tales of his awesomeness. When I was 12 he snuck me out of the house in the middle of the night to see The Foo Fighters (before they were the biggest band on earth) At the end of their set William Goldsmith (their drummer at the time) threw his sticks into the crowd and my brother dove headfirst and emerged victoriously with the sticks over his head a minute later. He gave them to me as a memento of my first real rock show. I put one in his coffin and the other I still have to this day. We still fought all the time like brothers do, but no one could mess with me so long as he was around Redditor shares a few heartwarming stories about his elder brother.
Ass, Birthday, and Christmas: A What's the rudest thing a guest has
 5173 ever done in your home? (self.AskReddit)
 posted to AskReddit
 4 hours ago by nl1004
 2303 comments
 sorted by top
 DONE
 HIDE
 A PREV
 NEXT V
 A Jombafomb 19496 points 3 hours ago x2
 Everyone has a story from their childhood that still pisses
 them off, this is mine. I was five years old and my snotty
 older cousin was over at our house. I had just gotten a copy
 of Mike Tyson's Punch out for my birthday. He was getting
 his ass kicked by king hippo and he got so angry he rage
 quit. But he didn't just rage quit, he ripped the cartridge out
 of the Nintendo and spit into it. Then he threw it across the
 room and stormed out.
 I told my parents what happened and they told his parents
 and they made him apologize, but the game was ruined. It
 would kind of play, but would freeze up all the time. My
 family barely had enough money to get me the game for my
 birthday never mind buying it again. I was sure I would never
 be able to play it again
 Then for Christmas this little shit got Mike Tyson's Punch
 Out. So my older brother went over to his house and
 switched our ruined cartridge with his. It was awesome.
 A Jombafomb 13320 points 7 hours ago x2
 I could write a book with tales of his awesomeness.
 When I was 12 he snuck me out of the house in the
 middle of the night to see The Foo Fighters (before
 they were the biggest band on earth) At the end of
 their set William Goldsmith (their drummer at the
 time) threw his sticks into the crowd and my brother
 dove headfirst and emerged victoriously with the
 sticks over his head a minute later. He gave them to
 me as a memento of my first real rock show. I put
 one in his coffin and the other I still have to this day.
 We still fought all the time like brothers do, but no
 one could mess with me so long as he was around
Redditor shares a few heartwarming stories about his elder brother.

Redditor shares a few heartwarming stories about his elder brother.