If you need help with the musical selection for tonight’s festivites, let me be of some service to you. I found a few dope ass mixes, which will rock any party properly.
n. the inexplicable urge to push people away, even close friends who you really like—as if all your social tastebuds suddenly went numb, leaving you unable to distinguish cheap politeness from the taste of genuine affection, unable to recognize its rich and ambiguous flavors, its long and delicate maturation, or the simple fact that each tasting is double-blind.
Game of Thrones Characters in 90’s clothing – Unreality Mag
Test Your Power Of Deduction: Man Or Woman? – Ned Hardy
Is He The Fattest Football Player Ever? – Knowd
How to Deal With Jerks While Talking to Women – The Dating Specialist
Fridays give me Bad Ideas for the Weekend (53 HQ Photos) – The Brigade
Emily Ratakowski Amazing Twitter Pic of the Day – Drunken Stepfather
Britney Spears Before And After Photoshop – Celeb Jihad
5 Conspiracy Theories That Are Shockingly Easy to Debunk – Linkiest
Fluffy Bikini Babe And Her Friend – Double Viking
The Miss USA contestants had a pool party – Celeb Slam
What About Them Redheads? – Bro My God
Kate Upton’s 30 Boobiest Pictures from the Set of ‘The Other Woman’ – The Smoking Jacket
Jennylyn Mercado – FHM photos are hot – G-Celeb
I Never Thought I’d Say This: A Bunch of Badass Nightlights – Unreality Mag
12 Disgusting Things Found in Food – Uncoached
15 Squishy Hand Bras You Want To Get Your Paws On – Regretful Morning
25 Funny Star Wars Cosplay On A Tight Budget Pictures – Super Booyah
Alessandra Ambrosio Works Her Style In Brentwood – Moe Jackson
Humans like to think we’re a clever lot. Yet those magnificent, mighty brains that allow us to split the atom and touch the moon are the same stupid brains that can’t start an assignmentuntil the day before it’s due.
We evolved from primitive creatures, but we never quite shed ourselves of their legacy. You know the clever, rational part of your brain you think of as your human consciousness? Let’s call him Albert. He lives in your brain alongside an impulsive baby reptile called Rex:
(Rex is your basal ganglia, but that’s not very catchy so I’m sticking with Rex).
Rex evolved millions of years ago – unsurprisingly enough, in the brains of reptiles – and his instincts guide and motivate you to this day. Hunger. Fear. Love. Lust. Rex’s thoughts are primitive and without language.
Here’s the bit you’re not going to like. Rex makes the final call on all your decisions. Every. Single. One.
When the waitress is approaching with my food
Whenever I open a new pack of gum