Score
Title
4561
Someone made a Thomas Hexapod Flamethrower
643
Hair growing under my toe nail... What do?
47034
Hitchhiking
3994
When you thought you avoided a near death experience
319
Ya know, I don't think any kids live up there
781
vomit grew hair
114
Brother was driving when something flew through his windshield. No object found in the car. Is this a bullethole??
315
why does this exist
263
Just preggers and hitting the crag...
648
This Centrifugal Birthing Device Patent Diagram
12327
My Dog's Tick had a Tick. Tickception.
18
The fine line between thicc and wtf
31
Only the best nutrition for my babies!!
10194
How did this even happen
13
Massive gas fire in Oakland county Michigan
15
Teenager apparently tried to steal a casket from a funeral home outside Lansing, Michigan
2210
Can walk 60% faster
4
Oh Boy.
1627
This design
40914
Gas station fire
183
Marine worm
1095
My mate just got Nando's and realised a few bites in he got free salmonella
1471
For your consideration: The microwave at work.
262
Don't know why they had to put this
1
Homeland security wrote this in my passport. What does it mean?
1305
Shaolin monk...ey
496
Corner of a railyard in Vancouver used for smoking crack is decked out with a bunch of creepy ass mannequins
223
High speed chase in my hometown ended with the dude driving through a building. (Not my picture)
10325
Giving a haircut
250
Hypodermoclysis
2395
She ruined her eyes.
999
Til death do us part...
0
Does this look like a spaceship to anyone else?
2082
Saw this at a target parking lot
33393
Follow the leader
3802
Female Praying Mantis Eating a Still Moving Male
1302
Flare embedded on woman's leg
1050
When you take "go screw yourself" a bit too literally.
1559
Lurking behind the dumpster.
2687
Shrek fans...
435 300BLK_Lives_Matter Elemental mercury, while not great for you, is less dangerous than most people think. It's the [organometallics](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karen_Wetterhahn) that you really have to watch out for.
49 crosstherubicon Mercury isn't used in drilling and its only widespread uses are in dentistry (as an amalgam) and in gold mining. How did this mercury end up here? Mercury is also very dense and would tend to seep to the bottom on anything so its hard to see how it could be 'washed up".
31 fairyraver where did it come from and where was it found
184 [deleted] The TX coastline is FILLED with tar sands from the drilling. It gets on your skin and will not come off. It is disgustinf.
60 macj97 Cody's Lab would love to collect some of that
157 Ezzy17 And the EPA is on its last legs right now. WTF are we doing
202 wonderlandrabbit And this is why people in beach communities with tourist economies oppose offshore drilling.
30 FeatofClay Mercury like this would be terrible if it got aerosolized, but my understanding is that a globule of it in the mud is not giving off "toxic vapor." Smrt ppl please correct me (or expand on this)