He’ll find someone to take him snowboarding three times before he gets her to take him once.
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15 minutes of Internet fame would give anyone a big head. Unless you’re Jack Blankenship and a big head is why you’re already famous.
With appearances yesterday on the “Today” show and “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” the 19-year-old University of Alabama freshman has gone from Internet sensation to, well, just plain old sensation.
His claim to fame? He wields an oversized cutout of his head at Crimson Tide basketball games, capturing attention far beyond that of the targeted opposing team’s shooters.
“I might as well try to live out my 15 minutes as long as I can,” he told The Daily in New York City, where he is visiting from his hometown of Tuscaloosa, Ala.
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Sooo many years and college humor has still not run out of jokes
So my girlfriend has got into the habit of giving me oral whenever I get a important phone call in. She thinks it funny as I try to keep a solid tone of voice. Little does she know there is a fake call application that shows name of caller and everything and you can even schedule a time for it to call. Needless to say I have been having fake conversations with a app and get head now on demand pretty much.
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Most people who end up in a psychiatric hospital are deeply unhappy and seriously disturbed, and many of them lead lives of humiliation and great pain … It used to be fashionable to say that madness didn’t really exist at all, that it had been created when society’s quest for order defined some people as deviant. Grand sociologic theories claimed that psychiatry punished those who were merely eccentric or unconventional. Madness is real, and it is an act of moral cowardice to treat it as a romantic freedom.
|—||Tanya Marie Luhrmann, “Of Two Minds.” (via medicalstate)|
See, we were all very happy and nice people only. Basically, we were killing each other but nobody was bothered anyway. Then suddenly the British fellows landed and saw ki, arey, these barbarians are killing each other. We must stop them. We must only kill them.
So thinking like this, they…
Had such a good time reading this in orthopedics class
The aurora borealis, or the northern lights, illuminate the sky above the village of Kraknes in northern Norway, Feb. 18. (via msnbc.com)
Wow I would kill to see that in person!
Still lost. The sooner I find my way, the sooner I can start blogging. I don’t even know how to add my bio to my profile. Great! I am a reckless tweeter but 140 characters is not enough is not always enough to put across everything I want to, so, this is great!