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Title
31396
Guy orders bong. Package arrives and its an Xbox remote.
27624
Star Size Comparison
77477
I work on the 10th floor of an office tower. I have a friend who stops by daily.
41043
He’s onto us!!
10816
Bruh
31188
In Shaun of the Dead, the films key events are laid out by Ed before the zombies rise
7777
this makes me want to snort 24 bags of crack
6040
Boner Champ: Reddit's algorithm is designed to keep this image off the front page. Let's show them who the real Boner Champ is.
37167
Trump administration bars Haitians from U.S. visas for low-skilled work
8413
?This Japanese art form used to paint dragons is very satisfying?
31500
Let me sit down with no view of where I'm going and use my phone while operating a boat, WCGW?
46139
Why can't you just be normal?
8418
Sick doggo.
10857
Hope you use reddit
59011
TIL Carrie Fisher revealed in her memoir, Wishful Drinking, that she once had a romantic relationship with U.S. Senator Chris Dodd. When Dodd was asked for a comment by a reporter he explained that "it was a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away."
10553
Aww-wait, AWWW.
6303
Matthew Broderick and Alan Ruck (1986)
38715
Boater was probably texting
7150
hmmm
13987
YOU DON'T CALL ME...
22523
Allow me to show you the dance of my people
3208
Bubble bath
11081
[homemade] chicken tenders
7930
Giant swirl, A rare and Unique phenomenon at crater lake national park, Oregon. [oc] (1080x1620)
5505
This took me 5 hours to edit, hope you enjoy
5499
My girl finished chemo today
42086
Northern lights in iceland.
8451
Today, a protesting red hatter tried to explain this hypocrisy to me
5587
[Cosplay] The Dood
16000
Ugandan Ben
22627
2018 the year of the cardboard box
20099
Amazon won't say if it hands your Echo data to the government - The retail, cloud, and device giant stands as the least transparent of transparent tech companies.
11528
Bath tub: 1 | Curious cat: 0
4051
[WP] Following World War III, all the nations of the world agree to 50 years of strict isolation from one another in order to prevent additional conflicts. 50 years later, the United States comes out of exile, only to learn that no one else went into isolation.
5944
YSK - The Equifax breach impacts YOU whether your identity was stolen or not. It is safer to assume you ARE compromised and impacted by the breach.
100771
My attempt at a banana for scale picture of my mini dachshund Rusty. It seems like he had other plans
7642
Now all of my friends are worried about my mental health. Thanks!
27341
When I ask my friend with Parkinson's how big the fish he caught was
41402
First Look at Nintendo Labo
11402
Mike D Says Beastie Boys Memoir Is Coming Out This Year
4905 poopellar Judging by the kid's reaction, he's not going to graduate as a mage.
1252 gill__gill I like how he walks away in the end. "Woah, that's it? That's neat"
380 frggr What substance is it?
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633 yew420 Science teacher here, where can I get a job where this is the go? I would get absolutely fired for doing this with a student in class.
874 sioa I swear if someone taught me science by handing me balls of fire, I wouldn't have hated every minute of my education and would be a STEM student. Edit: I see many replies about how I wouldn't most probably be a good student even if my teacher did something like this and I agree. In hindsight, its easier to blame your failures on anyone but yourself and just make excuses. So I guess most probably they are right. Having said that I just want to add that I am from a small town of a third world country. In science class, all our teachers did was to read the text from the book and declare that chapter to be over. And I am not blaming the teachers here either, frankly they weren't paid enough to care and neither did they have enough incentives to teach in interesting ways outside of paid tuition classes nor enough budget to conduct experiments of these kinds. Hell, from grade 6 to 10, the period during which I had science in my curriculum, we didn't have a single practical. Our teacher just gave us notes and we copied that into our practical copies without having done any experiment. Now I understand, most of these sounds like I am just making excuses for my short comings. The sole reason I love arts or humanities subjects more than STEM ones is because I always understood what I read, I never felt like I was missing something. Whenever I read a chapter from history or literature, I could picture them in my head. That was interesting to me, I knew what I was reading. That wasn't the case when I read a chapter from physics or chemistry. I always felt like I was missing something and I didn't understand shit. And maybe that's what separates the STEM folks from us, they have an innate ability to understand science. I am just saying that if someone did show me even one or two stuffs like this, yeah most probably I wouldn't graduate highschool this year as a STEM student, but at least studying science wouldn't have felt like torture. Sorry for a long, boring-ass rant.
20 TCanada808 We did this back when I was in high school. It’s how I got one of the coolest pictures of myself https://imgur.com/gallery/RyoUE
124 yargdpirate I wonder if anyone holding the fireball has ever freaked out and dived out the window, like that king in Lord of the Rings
19 Rlr270719 No goggles or wet hands first, CLEAPPS would be furious