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November 8, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Links |

In Japan, you can pay an actor to impersonate your relative, spouse, coworker, or any kind of acquaintance – The Atlantic

These Are the Things Restaurant Workers Wish You Knew – Life Hacker

Trump made a personal address to Kim Jong-un “North Korea is not the paradise your grandfather envisioned. It is a hell that no person deserves." – BBC

America’s 38 Essential Restaurants – Eater

The Darkest Stories in Comic Book History – Total Nerd

Corey Haim’s rapist named as Charlie Sheen – Rare

The Greatest RPG Video Games Ever Made – Total Nerd

New Book Alleges Secret Database of Those Who Have Crossed the Clintons – HSI

50 Pieces Of Life Advice From People Over 50 – The Hustle

How to Stop Checking Your Ex’s Social Media – VICE

Ariel Winter’s booty workout at the gym – Drunken Stepfather

The 10 Most Insulting Things Video Games Charged Money For – Cracked

A Gentleman’s Guide to Flirting Without Being a Creep – Mel Magazine

The Daily Picdump – Radass

Bob Costas on the future of football: ‘This game destroys people’s brains’ – USA Today

There’s Now an App That Tells You If McDonald’s Ice Cream Machine Is Broken – Time

9 Psychological Tricks To Attract All People Around You – Bright Side

China bans tourism to North Korea – Newsweek

Chloe Grace Moretz Bikini Pictures – Popoholic

20 Years On, These Different-Colored Twins Still Look Totally Unalike – OMG

Snapchat lost nearly $40 million on unsold Spectacles – The Verge

The Fake Rooftop Suburb that Hid a Whole WWII Airplane Factory – 99 Percent Invisible

The Secret Life of the Mall Kiosk Worker – Racked

20 Brilliant Life Hacks – Grumpy Sloth

Billionaires and royals are rushing to teach their kids Mandarin – Business Insider

Does Success Come Mostly from Talent, Hard Work—or Luck? – Scientific American

40 Mesmerizing Instagram Pics of Danielle Boker – Regretful Morning

Johnny Depp is Broke, Which Explains All the Pirate Movies – The Blemish

The Daily Struggles of Living With a Cat – Sad And Useless


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The Dumping Grounds

November 8, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds |

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Confessions Of An Adult Baby

November 8, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Life Experiences |

Can you explain a bit more about what an “Adult Baby” is?

This is a complicated question which means a lot of different thing to different people. The basic definition is an adult who enjoys infantile things. I myself love to get in my sleeper or onesie and let my mind just flow away. It’s super relaxing to do.

So do you poop in a diaper? Who cleans up the mess? Is it a sexual thing?

I do not, because I do not like the smell or the cleanup afterward. It is not sexual. I do not get aroused by the idea or the trappings. In fact, it has the opposite effect. When I’m in that mind frame, sex is far from my mind. I really just want to be held or hug a plushie and have someone tell me they love me. It’s a comfort and protection thing.

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A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About

November 8, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Answers |

What Goes On In The Mind Of A Sadist?

I’m a sadist. And not a whips and handcuffs s/m dominatrix (i actually find that really boring and pathetic). I am exited by genuine, mortal agony, I have compulsions to hurt people every single day sense before I can remember. It’s like a drug, it’s better than drugs.

I close my eyes and all I see is choking up blood and busted lungs and splintering bones and it just feels so good. I’ve been this way since before I can remember(the first time I can remember it I was four), and nothing I do seems to change it. I’m 23 years old and have never had a sexual partner. I’m friendly and outgoing to everyone, have tons of friends, a 3.9 GPA and every night I fall asleep to fantasies about murder. Nobody knows, not a single soul. It gets really lonely.

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What It’s Like to Almost Get Executed

November 8, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Life Experiences |

I was supposed to be executed one minute after midnight on February 10, 2004.

In the lead up to that day, I was moved to a new cell where prison guards could check in on me every hour to “make sure I was all right.” The prison also started sending a psychiatrist — it was clear that they wanted to make sure I was not going to commit suicide.

This went on for a few days, and then things slowly started to get more intense. I was awakened in the middle of the night, handcuffed, taken out of the cell, and placed against a wall. One of the guards started taking photos of me and said that these were the last images the world would see of me.

One day I was taken to the Lieutenant’s office, where she and a prison doctor were waiting. The Lieutenant told me to pull the sleeve of one of my arms up so that they could see my veins. I initially resisted, so the Lieutenant left and returned with a tourniquet in her hand. She tied it around my arm, and all my veins came to the surface. Then she and the doctor went about their task of documenting the good veins in my right arm. She did the same to my left.

About a week after that, I was taken to see another doctor for a check-up. The doctor took my blood pressure.

It was high.

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Welcome To Caveman’s Fight Club!

November 8, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Ben Henderson’s axe kick versus Nate Diaz

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The Daily Man-Up

November 8, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Man-Up |

The fear of getting punched in the face can severely limit your ability to defend yourself and your loved ones. Imagine walking outside and bumping into some idiot who doesn’t know to step out of your path. He pushes you back and shouts, “Stay out of my way!” No matter what you do, this aggressive psycho has already decided to get revenge for imagined disrespect. Suddenly, he swings a wild haymaker at your jaw. What do you do?

If it’s your first time reacting to a punch, your instinct might be to flinch, close your eyes, or turn your back to protect your face, but this puts you in even more danger as you don’t know exactly where the aggressive psycho is.

To overcome the fear, accept the possibility that you could get hit. Otherwise, fear takes over and forces you to make poor decisions that could actually put you in more danger. Accepting some pain from a jab to the face is a small price to pay for maintaining the awareness you need to handle the situation or escape. If you want to get over this fear then you have to risk getting hit.

Here are 4 ways to train yourself to overcome the fear of getting punched:

1. Have Someone Throw Stuff At You

Have someone throw objects at you that won’t hurt on impact, preferably something soft. Pay attention to your reactions. Do you flinch more than necessary? Do you close your eyes? Are you trying to protect yourself from something that can’t even hurt you? This is a simple method that helps you understand your own flinch reaction and begin to decide when it’s appropriate to flinch or not.

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Hot Instagram Girl Of The Day: Mulan Vuitton

November 8, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Babes |

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