"People say, ‘My phone sucks.’ No, it doesn’t! The shittiest cellphone in the world is a miracle. Your life sucks. Around the phone."
Louis C.K. (via emergentpattern)
One of the fun things about having a “smart scale” is that the metrics of the various workers replacing your bathroom windows are beamed to you at work in real time as they repeatedly weigh themselves. About 15 times, repeatedly.
Looked like the water was shooting through bottom of the car and out through door. The car was rocking from the force.
Jimmy Fallon and the Muppets say Goodbye to Late Night, and hello to The Tonight Show.
Brussels sprouts, bacon, green apple. I will make this once a week for the rest of my life. #withoutfilter
Seasonal living salad with grass fed beef, the only beef I’ll ever eat again now that I’m reading Shane Ellison’s book, “The ‘Stop Eating So F#@%ing Much Diet.” Finally, a real scientific explanation of how what we put in our bodies affects every aspect of our lives. (at Four Cafe)
#speakamerican is trending on twitter in reaction to the multilingual Coke commercial, which only goes to prove the old adage, “It is better to stay silent and be thought a bigoted, ignorant, xenophobic fool, than to open your twitter and remove all doubt.” That’s how that one goes, right?
"Order a Papa Johns pizza with the promo code ‘Peyton’ and a Seahawks defensive back will come take it from you"
How it got it’s name: Fight Gone Bad was developed by CrossFit for fighter BJ Penn to emulate the rigors of an MMA fight. (3 rounds, five minutes in duration with a minute rest between) When the workout ended, Penn, who was on his back was asked how it was. “Like a fight gone bad.” And the name stuck. Appropriately. (at CrossFit Hollywood)
"What if" never went to the arena.
Best commercial ever?