Not on a Tuesday though.
Yes, Bic has contracted a user named u/ShitInMyCunt-2dollar to be a spokesperson and do guerrilla marketing for their outfit.
It was originally Bich. But they dropped the H because they figured English speakers would pronounce it as "bitch" (it's a French company)
and not just a little one either and we really appreciate it.
As a child, when we found ourselves walking through the square around christmas, every year my father would turn to me and say, "see that great big tree? Norway sent that as a thank you for help in the second world war. Nice of them to still send them every year".
As a Nova Scotian we ship the nicest tree we can find to Boston for Christmas every year as a thank you for their aid in the Halifax explosion. Everyone loves a bigass christmas tree.
We love you too, Norge. <3
I can't believe they didn't want to go with Global Taekwondo Federation Organisation
Someone should tell BBC, think they noticed after releasing this article?
The 6 foot by 4 foot window was opened by the cleaner, had no window guards, weren't code at time for older buildings.
You might want to work on your reading comprehension.
I had no idea that's how it happened.
The difference between coke and a baby is clapton would never let a bag of coke fall out the window.
That's just plain wrong. Guinness' suggested to Lucas that he killed off the Obi-Wan character for two good reasons:
1) originally Obi-Wan did nothing in the third act, he's an absolutely irrelevant character, and
2) his death, seen by Luke - provides him with the motivation into the third acts Death Star attack.
What he suggested made perfect dramatic sense
That role made him pretty damn rich.
All the main cast lucked out getting percentages of the take. Probably none of them expected that they'd see as much money out of the movie as they did.
While those may have been valid reasons for killing off his character, and while they do fit well with the plot (I agree that it was a good move), and Guinness put forward these points, he did state his main reason was that "I just couldn't go on speaking those bloody awful, banal lines. I'd had enough of the mumbo jumbo."
"The hammer in question was probably dropped or discarded by a local miner or craftsman within the last few hundred years, after which dissolved limy sediment hardened into a nodule around it."
This is a way better article that Wikipedia:
Creationist two-button dilemma:
Button #1: The Earth is only 6000 years old.
Button #2: The London Hammer is encased in 400 million year old rock.
Nah, it's proof scientist cannot accurately date objects. Meaning all evidence for geology, archeology, paleontology and the like are false. Meaning the Bible is the only accurate measure for the age of the earth.
TIL of Charles Henry Turner. He was an African American scientist who earned his PhD in 1907. He discovered that insects could distinguish pitch, that cockroaches can learn by trial and error and that honeybees can see color.
"Honey, leave those bees alone and come to bed!" "Dammit woman, I'm doing this for humanity!" The tagline for the movie about his life will be, "In a world divided by the color of men's skin, one man rose above bigotry to prove that bees could also see color."
"Honey where is my Beekeeper suit?"
From now on I will call "Trial, and Error" as "Roach Approach".
Starring Samuel L Jackson
“Live a good life. If there are gods and they are just, then they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcome you based on the virtues you have lived by. If there are gods, but unjust, then you should not want to worship them. If there are no gods, then you will be gone, but will have lived a noble life that will live on in the memories of your loved ones.”- Marcus Aurelius
TIL I am an apatheist.
Thank you kind stranger!
/sub/apatheism As you'll find out in a second, the only posts are "Hey I'm glad I found this place!" and a whole lot of nothing else. There's simply nothing for us to discuss. Maybe God exists? Maybe he doesn't. W/e. It's the perfect sub; it sticks to its guns marvelously.
I have never seen it, but by all accounts it is terrible. However, I have seen the house that it built, and it is terrific.
– Michael Caine regarding Jaws: The Revenge
I made a picture called Super Mario Bros., and my six-year-old son at the time — he's now 18 — he said, 'Dad, I think you're probably a pretty good actor, but why did you play that terrible guy King Koopa in Super Mario Bros.?' and I said, 'Well Henry, I did that so you could have shoes,' and he said, 'Dad, I don't need shoes that badly.'
TIL the guy who writes all the songs for Pixar movies wrote "Mama Told Me Not To Come."
Check out his song "Short People".
22 tons of weed in 3lb cans? That's over 14,000 cans of weed. It must have looked like they went on forever into the horizon. Like some sort of Can Abyss.
Once the news spread, most cans didn’t even reach the sand – fishermen, surfers and some adventurers (and the police) would pick them up at sea.
As the load dropped at sea was immense – the estimated 22 tons would be enough to fill about 15 thousand cans – and the Federal Police seized only 2,563 cans throughout the country, people definitely had a lot to share.
That's a lot of happy fishermen.
The first time anyone has ever welcomed sea weed.
Holy shit is this actually happening? I can't think of anything witty to say but look at my username.