That is absolutely wrong
Coming this summer
In light of all the progress pics on the front page, here's me and my half brother making progress on some pasta & meatballs
[Homemade] Refilling the chocolate chip cookie stash!
TIL that Keanu Reeves was initially offered Val Kilmer's role in the 1995 film Heat. He turned it down to play Hamlet in a 789 seat theatre in Manitoba.
Saudi Crown Prince Boasted That Jared Kushner Was “In His Pocket”
Getting drunk alone while my daughter is out on a date with a guy who calls himself “Vapelord”. Vape. Lord.
Dadding Smarter not Harder
6 months of job hunting, by city, until I finally landed a job! [OC]
ULPT: Download the Walmart app and scan any receipts that you may find in the store/parking lot etc. If the app finds something cheaper the difference gets added to the account on the app.
I went to look out my apartment window to see how much it had snowed. I found this instead and it couldn’t have made my day more.
Fuck you, I'm bringing my sausages on this bus
Mark Zuckerberg apologizes for the Cambridge Analytica situation (2018)
Volleyball coach congratulates his team
This sunsets spectrum.
?? New Zealand mountainous parrot Kea
Getting in the opponents head
“Happy Person Having a Pleasant Conversation in Public” by Randy Ortiz, charcoal, acrylic, pastel. 9x12?
I don’t bamboozle, reddit.
I bought a camera to spy on my dog while I'm gone. I think he knows.
Could I get a different one please?
Not pro life. Just pro birth.
Keanu Reeves and Denzel Washington from “Much Ado About Nothing” (1993)
Played himself.
Don't forget about spy kids
I've peaked. I can't top this.
Why am I surrounded by chickens...
This grave has Feb 30 as a death day on it.
The CLOUD Act would let cops get our data directly from big tech companies like Facebook without needing a warrant. Congress just snuck it into the must-pass omnibus package.
My girlfriend's brother has a hard time cleaning, so she made him a nice infographic to help him out.
"Return to your domicile, human!"
LPT: If you have the unfortunate experience of having to put a pet down, find a vet that will make a house call. Don't let your pet's last moments be somewhere they are afraid of.
IRL Ant-Man
Entropy by Cavan@GritnGlory, NYC
A bread cutting machiene at my local grocery store
Monty Python is Coming to Netflix
Solos on mobile are OP. You practically get an extra teammate.
Gone fishin'
When a new redditor finds a subreddit to subscribe to
1584 FlexGunship I've been there before. That cathedral is MUCH larger than it looks in this photo. EDIT: I drove in from Dusseldorf (was there on business, heard about the cathedral). I decided to park once I felt I was close enough to it. It was looming so large that I couldn't see the top from inside the rental car. Figured that was good. Parked. Got out. And proceeded to walk about a mile more to get to it. It's sooo huge.
569 TheDporter Still remember climbing the spiral staircase as a kid and being amazed how the stone of each step had been rubbed away where the majority of each step was hit.
351 TooShiftyForYou Cologne Cathedral, the spires are the largest façade on any church in the world.
761 nowthappens91 Bad draw distance?
1655 gadmouse It's cool how they built it so close to the station, so it's the first thing you see in Köln.
151 ChristopherClarkKent Great shot! Sometimes it's foggy enough that you can't even see the top of the tower, that's really something that makes you feel extremely small as one tiny human.
107 ryleto I live around the corner from the Cathedral and its awe-inspiring whenever i see it, even after being here for a year. You can see the Dom from most of Cologne and it's a great way to navigate back to the centre haha! I'm originally from a small town in the UK and Cologne is the first place i've lived outside of my parents home. I honestly can't express just what a beautiful city this place is, the Cathedral really is just a small part of an overall amazing place. I really recommend people visit Köln Edit: also really cool thing, right near the Dom is an access door to an underground car park and there’s just some old roman house ruins chilling in there. What the hell! Haha
42 mdhens In 1979, I was traveling and had to change trains in Cologne. Had some time to kill between trains, so I decided to have a look around the cathedral. That place is HUGE! Long story short- got lost inside and wandered around for nearly two hours before I found my way out. Missed my train, but got to see one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Europe.
88 Fairien When I was 20, I traveled to Germany to meet some friends and fell in love with the Dom and Köln and I loved the bridge next to it filled with love locks. After that, I returned to the US and met a German man through an online gaming group several years later. When I was 24, after a two year friendship, I flew to Germany to meet him - I told him that I wanted to meet him under the Dom. I sat waiting near the top of the steps of the cathedral, hoping I would be able to spot him in the crowd coming out of the station. I could feel my heart in my chest while I searched. Turns out, he had gotten there early and walked around before I got there, and came from the opposite direction - I believe that he walked right past me down to the bottom of the steps to wait for me by the station. When I saw him, I waved and shouted, and he came up the steps quickly. We grabbed each others arms and looked at each other - figuring out if we were really the same people we had known for years online. I moved to kiss him and he stopped me to say his first words to me in person. "I know we've never met before, but I think I'm in love with you." And then he kissed me. The whole flight and train I was so worried that something would be off, one of us wouldn't be attracted to the other, we wouldn't like each other's smell. All blown away in an instant under the cathedral. Thank you Dom, for giving me one of the best memories of my life.
192 Maybejustlucky Something something, Dark Souls.