taco bell employee: how are you today?
me: crunchwrap supreme
unclefather:

this is the wrong color tricycle mom I hate you so much this is the worst birthday ever

unclefather:

this is the wrong color tricycle mom I hate you so much this is the worst birthday ever

(Source: yeahiwasintheshit, via youdontreallywantthis)

geekygothgirl:

The original is good, the comment is STUNNING. Love it!

geekygothgirl:

The original is good, the comment is STUNNING. Love it!

(Source: theconcealedweapon, via lightningsleep)

kingsleyyy:

i swear it would be easier to explain if someone looked over my shoulder and saw me watching porn than to explain some of the posts on my damn dashboard…this being one of them

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mydrunkkitchen:

oh lawd

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experimentsinmotion:

Tesla Takes Over: Mapping the Future of Electric Stations

The first gas station was built in Missouri in 1905 (with a garden hose, no less). By 2012, there were 121,446 gas stations in the United States employing nearly a million people and doing almost $250 billion in annual sales. Thanks to the runaway success of Henry Ford’s Model T, what had begun as a side business for a handful of pharmacies became a massive industry. Gas stations and their signage became icons of the American landscape and a symbol of the nation’s gas-fueled car culture. Indeed, the demand for gas stations grew rapidly and has yet to subside—though that may soon change. Now, Elon Musk and Tesla are trying to replicate the success of the gas station in the 20th century by creating their own nationwide network of electric-dispensing stations. The change may not take long, either. In one year, the number of Tesla Supercharger stations in the U.S. jumped from nine to 103. By the end of 2015, Tesla says it will cover 98 percent of the US population. The company has similarly expansive plans for Europe, though Asia remains a smaller market—for now. If Tesla does carry out its plans, perhaps the Supercharger station will replace the gas station as a cultural icon, shifting popular perception of energy use and sustainability along the way.

(Source: theverge.com)

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karlosmadera:

I’m still torn on whether this is the greatest thing I’ve ever done or the stupidest. 

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Best post ever.

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theywillliveagaininfreedom:

queerfabulousmermaid:

jsantagato:

So glad I found this. Two virgins (also never kissed anyone ever) kissing for the first time on their wedding day. Awkward to say the least.

That dude laughing at them tho. GPOY

no but have you seen the comments on the video

theywillliveagaininfreedom:

queerfabulousmermaid:

jsantagato:

So glad I found this. Two virgins (also never kissed anyone ever) kissing for the first time on their wedding day. Awkward to say the least.

That dude laughing at them tho. GPOY

no but have you seen the comments on the video

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