i've never considered the temperature of my toilet paper but now i'm interested
But those damn mini-bar charges are so expensive...
Serious question: Is there some sort of small percentage of the world's population that is immune to this problem? I have never experienced the problem of spicy food exit revenge.
Edit:Thank you all for the bowel movement anecdotes... It's made for a truly unique Tuesday morning at the office.
You won't need it till the fiarrhea kicks in the next morning.
I'd be too nervous to drop a deuce, constantly fearing that the fogged glass would fail at any time.
If I remember right from the last time this was posted, it requires power to make it clear, not opaque.
Oh good, my anus widened a bit.
They spend all that money on these Star Trek walls and then slap a paper restroom sign on the door? 3/10 poor execution
OP should buy a lobstery ticket.
Wow! Had to check how rare these were. 1 in every 2 million lobsters are blue.
I'd hate to see what happens if you spend 15 years in the waffle industry
You just caught a shiny pokemon!
"It's a quaint little fixer upper on your own personal island! Cozy and rustic, it even comes with a solid rock foundation and ample access to water!"
I heard the schools in the area are great too,
Edit: wow, thanks for the gold! First time!
That is a dope summer fort to hangout with friends on the hot days. I'm mad jealous.
I can see this as the future of holograms. Using nanobots as pixels.
The developers probably used logic and algorithms to accomplish this
I imagine computers were also involved. And keyboards too, probably.
That's pretty gay.
That was awesome.
This beast is headed to Pensacola for Pride.
I've been both at the Louvre and the Prado. The colors on the Prado's one are vibrant and fresh. It really gives a good view of what DaVinci's work would have looked like without all the centuries of varnish and dirt clouding his work.
It was very common for apprentices to copy the master's work as it would be valid method to understand how to reproduce the techniques.
You can see in the use of perspective, fading the background and adding an atmospheric mist would be the most important traits from the original.
However, you can see that DaVinci's deep knowledge of anatomy are noticeable with the angle of the shoulders, alignment of the neck, even the precise length of the carpus and metacarpus.
The smile is still DaVinci's major proof of mastery.
Edit: there have been several efforts to digitally restore the Mona Lisa. Trulls remarkable.
Interesting side note: ~200 years after it was painted, the background was painted over in black, and in 2012 it was restored to how it looks now.
Without the pretty red spotted shell, they are basically roaches. Makes me think would we feel better about roaches if they had cool colors?
to unfurl the wings and
and what? It's been 2 hours, are you ok?
My exact observation. Though, I can't tell if this makes me more tolerant of roaches or less tolerant of ladybugs.
The "applause" subtitle really brought this gif into context for me
This is my favourite. If you don't have 15 minutes to spare, I believe there are a number of "highlights" videos.
Edit. Bonus points if anyone outside Ireland/UK understands everything they say.
I mean it's Australia, so there's probably something that will kill you hiding in there.
Is it safe to swim in? Or will i be dragged into the depths never to be seen again?...
DAMN ABYSS BEARS.
To put that in context, Stone fish look like a rock until you step on them and then they spear your foot with spines that causes one of the three things in Australia that can cause the "most painful pain in the world". Blue ring octopuses are tiny things that inject a paralysing venom that eventually causing complete paralysis and then repository failure so you asphyxiate while unable to move and while fully conscious.
But yeah, kids play in those pools all the time.