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Title
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Clothing company makes custom shirt for man with Cerebral Palsy
11532
What are you doing?
21377
When HQG hits 700k subscribers
17039
We Can Now Fly Using this Hoverboard!
35377
My mom is volunteering at a dog shelter and she’s shooting pictures of dogs for adoption
4886
Somebody lost their job...
8582
The Original Church's Chicken
10661
China will scrap limit on presidential term, meaning Xi Jinping can stay on
4527
Ads are getting smarter
10713
"70%" okay now what
10276
Meet Tombi, the cat who attends elementary school in Turkey
8373
Get your shit together Denmark
16641
The Greatest Massage
25803
Clever cat
49688
Clothing company makes custom shirt for man with Cerebral Palsy
1895
Abandoned 50's restaurant [1024x768]
4810
Cucumber
18119
Catatumbo lightning Is ??????
3598
Let's go through this puddle
11877
TIL - When James Cameron asked about being married 5 times, he replied, “being attracted to strong independent women has the downside that they’re strong independent women – they inherently don’t need you!”
15824
Icing a cake
2507
Downtown loft, Budapest, Hungary [7000x8000]
3292
Australian surfers invent Seabin, a rubbish bin for the ocean
12261
When you are the only original avenger that doesn’t featured in any concept art and trailers
2503
Fragile X syndrome is the most frequent cause of intellectual disability in males. For the first time, researchers have restored activity to the fragile X syndrome gene in affected neurons using a modified CRISPR/Cas9 system in a human/mouse chimeric model published in journal Cell.
2762
Works every time!
25652
Chivalry is NOT dead
6455
Thousands of baby crabs.
14372
This pistachio eating asshole
2225
Bluehole; please remove clothing spawns.
2472
Princess Zelda cosplay from Breath of the wild
18307
Has anyone ever noticed Stanley's resolution? Haha
2421
Pulling a van with a car
2085
When babushka goes to buy a shirt but doesn't know English
15366
Transgender wrestler booed in Texas final after winning
2377
PsBattle: This very large stray dog in Bangkok
2486
We should have a permanent shop for non-seasonal skins and daily sales.
5272
The Thing's practical effects
9097
Soon I will have a new apprentice. One far younger and more powerful [OC]
2886
meow_irl
1 __MrPepper__ For anyone coming in from /r/All who might be confused about this one, the correct name of the station is London St Pancras. Today is "Shrove Tuesday" in the UK meaning it is mandatory for all British citizens to eat pancakes, or receive a hefty fine from Her Majesty the Queen, hence the reminder from National Rail. Continuous refusal to eat pancakes can occasionally land you a night in the Tower of London.
767 mykeuk Oh fuck, yeah, today's pancake day! Today's the day to sell your Jif shares if you have them!
542 StarLordOMT I can totally imagine someone saying ‘i’ll have one ticket to London St Pancras please’ and the person on the counter saying ‘no. say it properly’ or ‘i’m sorry no trains are going there today’
235 Fearofrejection And its still late. Never change Railway systems of England, never change.
215 king_baby I'm not saying that pancake day is over commercialized but eggs flour and milk have been in the shops for months now!
133 StarLordOMT The one next to it looks like it says Sandwich. Someone is totally having a laugh. That’s not a real place.
81 Spentworth I miss the UK.
73 hardyflashier I'm just amazed it's only two minutes late.
68 ArtistEngineer This was one of the confusing things about moving from Australia to the UK - people calling "Shrove Tuesday" as "Pancake Day". I cook pancakes ever other weekend for my kids, so I couldn't understand why you'd dedicate a random day to cooking pancakes. It's like "Bacon and Eggs Day", or "Marmite on Toast day". So why isn't Christmas called "Turkey and Overcooked Brussels Sprouts Day"? EDIT: Popularity difference: [Australia "pancake day" vs "shrove Tuesday"](https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=today%205-y&geo=AU&q=pancake%20day,shrove%20tuesday) [UK "pancake day" vs "shrove Tuesday"](https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=today%205-y&geo=GB&q=pancake%20day,shrove%20tuesday) [US "pancake day" vs "shrove Tuesday"](https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=today%205-y&geo=US&q=pancake%20day,shrove%20tuesday) - very popular to use "Pancake Day" in the US. So I guess the British prefer the American word for it?
43 ShingleBones Bet the station had to be syruptitious when putting this one up. ^s^o^r^r^y
38 SuperSonic4 You can then get the tube to Puddington
30 Raiden5604 I've always called St Pancras St Pancakes... (because I had trouble pronouncing it right when I was younger so it stuck) I have a bunch of nicknames for places I can't be bothered to pronounce right. :)
27 whelks_chance Good luck to any tourists trying to figure out which train they need to catch!