The Dumping Grounds

November 23, 2016 | 1 Comment » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds |

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funny pictures and videos of the day

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24 Before And After Photos Shows The Amazing Difference A Loving Family Can Make On An Abandoned Animal

November 23, 2016 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals, Hall Of Fame, Life |

before and after animal rescue

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A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About

November 23, 2016 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Answers, Interesting |

What the hell are hipsters?

Hipster culture is a reaction against perceived cultural trends of inauthenticity and superficiality. In a hyper commoditized world where commercial motives permeate every layer of the cultural fabric and advertising and lobbying dollars make everything in mainstream society suspect or of questionable motives, hipster culture has arisen to offer an alternative set of values and attitudes.

Hipster culture is primarily built on two behaviors: the fetishization of authenticity, coupled with a derisive, dismissive and ironic rejection of everything that doesn’t fit within that narrow category.

The hipster concept of “authenticity” is complex but largely based on i) age, where objects or ideas older than a few decades are perceived to be more authentic as they sprang from a culture less corrupted by commercialization, and ii) a spartan kind of utility, where bare-bones items are seen as less commercially exploitative and thus more reliable.

Thus, hipster culture embraces fixed-gear bikes, mechanical typewriters, folk music, drinking from mason jars and vinyl records as they are all perceived to be both old and spartan. It also embraces things like mustaches and vintage clothes (just old), and apple products (just perceived to be of extreme simplicity).

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Welcome To Caveman’s Fight Club!

November 23, 2016 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Fight |

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Hot Instagram Babe Of The Day: Ness

November 23, 2016 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Babes, main |

hot instagram babe of the day: suicide girl Ness

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Awesome Stuff Around The Internet

November 22, 2016 | 1 Comment » | Topics: main |

A Look Inside One Of The World’s Most Isolated Tribes – Leenks

Lindsey Vonn’s Intense Instagram Workouts Are the Fitness Inspiration We Need – Maxim

Shoutout To This Shirtless Russian Dude Who Saved A Dog Who Fell Into A Frozen Pond – Mandatory

The 25 Absolute Greatest Single-Season NBA Teams Ever – Ranker

Olivia Munn stole the AMA red carpet with this tiny and wide open dress – Faves

WWE/NXT star suffers terrifying looking injury after completely botched powerslam – FanBuzz

A 19-year-old Dave Chappelle proved he was a star in the making with these breakout “Star Search” performances – Rare

The World’s 10 Richest Countries – Newser

Magginao’s Restaurant Apologizes For Hosting Hate Group Dinner, Tila Tequila was in Attendance – Bossip

10 Items in a Man’s Wardrobe That Irritate Women – Bright Side

More Emily Ratajkowski Thong Photos in Cancun – G-Celeb

5 Classy Shoes That Every Man Must Own – Classy Bro

Top 25 Most Valuable Basketball Cards – Gunaxin

A little Asian persuasion for the betterment of mankind (30 Photos) – Bad Sentinel

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The Dumping Grounds

November 22, 2016 | No Comments » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds |

funny pictures and videos of the day

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18 People Describe The Unwritten Laws Of Their Country

November 22, 2016 | 3 Comments » | Topics: main |

1. Mainland China: Do not buy traditional Chinese silk clothes and from a shop also sells wreath. (no matter how beautiful they are) Those clothes are for dead people, and that shop is a shroud shop. You have no idea how horrifying to see a foreigner wearing them and walking down the street.

2. Vietnam – commit to crossing the road. I know it looks scary due to the endless scooter stampede but if you just cross at a steady pace, they’ll avoid you. Do not try to dodge or make sudden movements, you will get your ass hit and there will be no sympathy.

3. In Malaysia, it is absolutely normal for someone to ask you what race you are. It’s not meant to be offensive, just general curiousity.

4. Finland: Do not go too near anyone. Our personal space is huge.

5. When going to a friend’s house and the family offers you have dinner with them, it is impolite to say no. Also, they would insist that you stay over in case you’ve had too much a lambanog and will give you the next best mattress they have. Before you leave, accept the leftover they give should you be hungry on your way back home.

Filipino hospitality at its essence.

6. In America, if you rent a bike, you should be aware that even if the bike lane is painted onto the street in a rainbow pattern with flashing neon lights, nobody gives a shit. You are not safe in the bike lane.

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