Bretzky's BS

"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men."

sweet-bitsy:

Every picture tells a story but this one asks more questions than it answers View high resolution

sweet-bitsy:

Every picture tells a story but this one asks more questions than it answers

(Source: katienotopoulos)

Chris Pratt Interrupts Interview To French Braid Intern’s Hair

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If you had one of these in 1977, you were the king of cool. View high resolution

If you had one of these in 1977, you were the king of cool.

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laughhard:

Baby on the left is a doll from our parenting class in February. Baby on the right is our daughter who was born 2 months later.
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laughhard:

Baby on the left is a doll from our parenting class in February. Baby on the right is our daughter who was born 2 months later.

failnation:

Suddenly, a wild Nic Cage appears.

failnation:

Suddenly, a wild Nic Cage appears.

(via nosebacon)

sofapizza:

i am the bean bag.

sofapizza:

i am the bean bag.

(Source: memewhore, via dunklehakk)

thisistheverge:

This may be the greatest invention in the history of water balloons
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of participating in a water balloon fight, you will concur that the most frustrating part of battle is reloading. You think you’ve got an uninflated balloon securely attached to the end of a garden hose, and then as soon as you turn on the water, *snap*, the balloon comes flying off. Or maybe you don’t even get that far — the balloon breaks as you’re stretching it on. Or you get it all filled up, and then you can’t tie it and it drops and breaks on the ground. Now some ambitious inventor has come up with a solution to all those problems: a device that lets you easily fill up 37 water balloons at once, and 100 in less than a minute. View high resolution

thisistheverge:

This may be the greatest invention in the history of water balloons
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of participating in a water balloon fight, you will concur that the most frustrating part of battle is reloading. You think you’ve got an uninflated balloon securely attached to the end of a garden hose, and then as soon as you turn on the water, *snap*, the balloon comes flying off. Or maybe you don’t even get that far — the balloon breaks as you’re stretching it on. Or you get it all filled up, and then you can’t tie it and it drops and breaks on the ground. Now some ambitious inventor has come up with a solution to all those problems: a device that lets you easily fill up 37 water balloons at once, and 100 in less than a minute.

(via tjpytheas)

The Greatest Generation continues to shame us all.

(Source: fntboyblue, via fntboyblue)

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