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TIL Winona Ryder was beat up as a child by bullies for looking like a feminine boy and was then kicked out of the school instead of the bullies. She ran into one bully years later and the bully asked for her autograph, to which she gloriously denied.
30048
Clothing company makes custom shirt for man with Cerebral Palsy
10870
KenM on Mountains
9412
Clever cat
25444
Be The Batman
8506
Has anyone ever noticed Stanley's resolution? Haha
30349
Human are you seeing this sh*t !?!
5806
Catatumbo lightning Is ??????
56080
Mexico's president called off a White House visit after Trump refused to say publicly that Mexico won't pay for the border wall
29970
I made woodburned paintings of all my childhood movie heroes
17485
Teachers in 2018 about be like
44088
Two lines can make anything seem 3D.
13715
Does this count?
40736
The weight room at my gym is in an old ballroom.
4949
Chivalry is NOT dead
16446
EnRaGed FoR BeInG DiSTuRbED, OtTeR AtTaCkS!
2577
Genius
18247
Subway Musicians cover Beatles, sound exactly like Lennon/McCartney
8766
If I try to rob this liquor store and try not to die..... Wait for it.
5803
Recovered Xbox controller from house fire, I call it my "lightly baked" skin!
3707
When you are the only original avenger that doesn’t featured in any concept art and trailers
82092
This is Humphrey, our foster boy who failed his sheepdog training because he just wanted to be friends with the sheep.
8510
Xpost from r/gifs.
2874
The Greatest Massage
4361
Never thought about it like that, honestly.
28935
Simpsons called it
25544
Theres no getting up from this one
63975
I photographed myself looking at the Milky Way just before sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean.
22657
Like a blossoming flower
4863
2meirl4meirl
13605
Peanuts start growing above ground, then grow down into the ground.
16417
From ‘barely surviving’ to thriving: Ontario basic income recipients report less stress, better health. The three-year pilot project, which began last summer, is testing whether no-strings-attached cash support can boost health, education and housing for people living in poverty.
9090
sketched
5274
Changing companies is worthwhile even while in a low level position.
8026
I’ll use my baby as an umbrella so I can stay dry
2782
“It is something that God intended to happen” This showed up on my Facebook.
40597
Mark Hamill shuts down clickbait.
42609
Say goodnight to net neutrality as AT&T just rolled out 'internet fast lanes'
6378
Garlic Knot Chicken Alfredo Rings.
21156
Literally just a picture of Ewan McGregor made out of pictures of Ewan McGregor.
3974 Astronopolis This one reads like a modern day Aesop’s Fable
1743 OfAaron3 Intelligence: Knowing that mushroom is poisonous Wisdom: Knowing not to eat that mushroom
345 senile_rapist The definition of malicious compliance. Even asks him if he's sure. Love it!
224 Quantum_Pulsar Wait so does OP go to MIT?
166 Sonyw810 Similar excuse did get me off of a speeding ticket. I told the state patrol I had new tires installed, which I did, and they were bigger then my old one. The dealership was unable to calibrate my speedometer the day I got them and I didn’t realize how much off it really was. He explained the reason behind it, and to have a nice day. I was also only doing 13 over. 68 in a 55.
34 HenryChM Intelligence may not be a substitute for wisdom, but deception is a charisma check anyway
73 Ksevio Isn't the speed limit on most of I-95 (around MIT) only 55mph? Lots of people go 75
30 ldubf90 My grandfather was a scientist he always used to tell a story about getting out of a speeding ticket by telling the cop that the faster that he got home the less time he spent on the road therefore making it safer. Apparently he was so convincing or entertaining the cop let him go. Not sure if it was just a tall tale. Here he is very accomplished guy. Proud to call him my grandfather Discovered the Calvin-Benson cycle for photosynthesis https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Benson
3975 0 Astronopolis This one reads like a modern day Aesop’s Fable
1737 0 OfAaron3 Intelligence: Knowing that mushroom is poisonous Wisdom: Knowing not to eat that mushroom
344 0 senile_rapist The definition of malicious compliance. Even asks him if he's sure. Love it!
225 0 Quantum_Pulsar Wait so does OP go to MIT?
166 0 Sonyw810 Similar excuse did get me off of a speeding ticket. I told the state patrol I had new tires installed, which I did, and they were bigger then my old one. The dealership was unable to calibrate my speedometer the day I got them and I didn’t realize how much off it really was. He explained the reason behind it, and to have a nice day. I was also only doing 13 over. 68 in a 55.
35 0 HenryChM Intelligence may not be a substitute for wisdom, but deception is a charisma check anyway
72 0 Ksevio Isn't the speed limit on most of I-95 (around MIT) only 55mph? Lots of people go 75
30 0 ldubf90 My grandfather was a scientist he always used to tell a story about getting out of a speeding ticket by telling the cop that the faster that he got home the less time he spent on the road therefore making it safer. Apparently he was so convincing or entertaining the cop let him go. Not sure if it was just a tall tale. Here he is very accomplished guy. Proud to call him my grandfather Discovered the Calvin-Benson cycle for photosynthesis https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Benson