27 Unspoken Suit Rules Every Man Should Know – Ned Hardy
Alexis Ren’s Tiny Waist and Awesome Cleavage Pleases – Crowd Ignite
22 Kate Upton GIFs for her 22nd birthday – Guyism
Hayden Panettiere rocking a nice swimsuit – Celebrity Ninja
The 35 Dumbest Things That Have Ever Happened – Linkiest
The 20 Most Annoying Habits of 20-Something Guys according to Girls – Bro Bible
Interesting facts about dreams – Leenks
Jodi Albert Bikini Photos at the Beach in Barbados – G-Celeb
Joanna Krupa sexes it up in a bikini – Drunken Ninja
There’s been 74 school shootings in America, including today’s in Oregon, since Sandy Hook. That’s about 1 every 8 days – NY Mag
Anna Faith is the cute girl that looks like Elsa from Frozen – Bro My God
The 50 Funniest Gamer Photos Ever – World Wide Interweb
Jay-Z is allegedly banging this chick – Celeb Slam
Tramp Stamp Tuesday – Regretful Morning
10 Steps To Becoming A Millionaire By Age 30 – Business Insider
This Dude Converted His Bedroom Into 80′s Arcade And Got Dumped By Fiancee – Radass
Kim Kardashian’s Doppelganger Might Be the Leader of a Mexican Hit Squad – The Blemish
Girls With Mesmerizing Eyes – Barnorama
Nicole is your hot college coed of the day – Big 10 Tens
Hot Girl Can’t Stay Away From Johnny Manziel At Austin Pool Party – Total Frat Move
“Every morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.” — Siddhārtha Gautama
I think we’ve all hit a point in our lives when we realize that our life isn’t the way we want it to be.
Have you? Have you ever wondered, “what am I doing with my life?”
Usually this happens because we coast through some parts of our life, and without realizing it, end up in situations that leave us feeling unsatisfied.
I’m not talking about depression (though this can turn into depression). The feeling is more like a lack of excitement about what you’re doing with your life that manifests itself as a strong dissatisfaction. Life becomes stale. You just feel like your wasting your time, like there are better things out there for you that you just haven’t found. You don’t really know what these things are or how to get them, but you know they exist.
The problem is that you’re afraid to shake things up because you don’t want to ruin what you already have for something that’s unknown.
The Roller Coaster of Life
Life happens…fast (especially in a haze of drinking and partying that is college). And when times are good, you can’t imagine living any other way. You feel like you’ve figured it out, but eventually good times turn to bad times for no particular reason. It’s because we live in a world of constant change. Life is a roller coaster.
The key to living life is embracing this concept of constant change. It’s knowing that good times are fleeting and so are bad. It’s learning how to appreciate the good times without becoming attached to them and being able to learn from the bad times without getting discouraged. It’s about being comfortable with change and being okay with reinventing yourself if you need to.
A Texan walks into an Irish pub...
and clears his voice to the crowd of drinkers. He says, "I hear you Irish are a bunch of hard drinkers. I'll give $500 American dollars to anybody in here who can drink 10 pints of Guinness back-to-back."
The room is quiet and no one takes up the Texan's offer. One man even leaves. Ten minutes later the same gentleman who left shows back up and taps the Texan on the shoulder. "Is your bet still good?", asks the Irishman.
The Texan says yes and asks the bartender to line up 10 pints of Guinness. Immediately the Irishman tears into all 10 of the pint glasses drinking them all back-to-back. The other pub patrons cheer as the Texan sits in amazement.
The Texan gives the Irishman the $500 and says, "If ya don't mind me askin', where did you go for that 10 minutes you were gone?"
The Irishman replies, "Oh...I had to go to the pub down the street to see if I could do it first".
by Mark Harris
A quick glance at our gallery of some of history’s gnarliest surgical tools will definitely make you thankful for just how far our industry has progressed throughout time. Browse through images and descriptions of surgical tools dating as far back as the 1600′s – a time when surgery was definitely not for the squeamish.
You might think your HMO plan is scary, but at least it doesn’t use these vintage surgical instruments…hopefully.
Amputation Knife (1700s) Knives used for amputations during the 18th century were typically curved, because surgeons tended to make a circular cut through the skin and muscle before the bone was cut with a saw. By the 1800s, straight knives became more popular because they made it easier to leave a flap of skin that could be used to cover the exposed stump.
When will women understand that men are more than just sexual objects?!