Since I'm going on vacation tomorrow, I'll leave you with this: Machine Gun Cat. I like to call him Mo Chine Gun.
Buzzfeed is an interesting beast. It's a somewhat reliable source of pop culture information, and usually handy for a decent distraction or a good chuckle if you're just perusing some list someone shared on Facebook or Twitter. Of course they churn out content so quickly and frequently that, by their very nature, they're bound to mess up here and there.
But this. THIS.
I have never SEEN something so offensive.
Granted I realize I'm just giving this terribad article more free press, which is exactly what they want. But in all the responses I've seen to this pretentious compilation of pseudo-fashionista drivel, I've seen almost nothing but rejection of its ideologies, which pleases me immensely. And I wanna keep that train rolling. Because cargo shorts are awesome. Why would I wear shorts with LESS storage space when I can have extra pockets to hold all my crap?
There's not much that needs to be said about this precocious little boy who gets quite upset at his mom upon finding out she's pregnant again. Just watch and laugh.
Remember this book and TV series about a family of anthopomorphic bears? The Bearenstain Bears.
Photo via A.V. Club
But wait... I could have sworn it was BerenSTEIN with an E, not BerenSTAIN with an A.
And I'm not alone. Almost everyone I've spoken to remembers it the same way. This is a phenomenon known as the Mandela Effect... and some say it's proof of alternate universes. No I'm not joking, this is a real theory. And it's freaking me right the heck out.
As another school year approaches (I can't believe I'm typing these words already, it feels like summer just started), a new crop of seniors are gearing up to graduate. Before the year begins, though, it's time for senior portraits. Brittany Nicole Creech, a 17 year old girl in St. Louis, decided to capture the essence of her teenage being by having her photos taken professionally in an establishment that's near and dear to my heart: Taco Bell.
Photo via Facebook
While she did have some of your classical formal outdoor scene photos taken, she also wanted to light-heartedly capture a location where she and her friends spend a lot of time; a teenager's natural habitat, so to speak. This is just one of the artistically magnificent shots, you can check out the rest and get the full story here.