09 August 2012

erin baker, you are too much.

y'all, i just sent this thatz not okay article to erin because they are hilarious, and while responding she said she must've hit some button because she was able to draw me a picture, and this is what she drew. it's an homage to the boob i saw on the olympics this weekend.

in case you're looking to see other people's junk flopping around outside of the constraints of their swimmin' suits, tune into the water polo gold medal matches. ladies today at 3pm EST, boyz tomorrow and saturday at some time.

sunrise on mars

the curiosity uploaded this to instagram.

the temperature is TOO DAMN HIGH.


happy 30th birthday, diet coke!

i'm going to go get a fountain DC at mcdonald's today to celebrate. they have like 8 flavors, but i'm sticking with the orig, for sure.

arrested development wordsmithing

the atlantic wire presents a rundown of the ten dirtiest jokes that got past censors when the show aired on fox.
Tobias: I'm afraid I prematurely shot my wad on what was supposed to be a dry run if you will, so I'm afraid I have something of a mess on my hands.
Michael: There's so many poorly chosen words in that sentence.
read it, it's funny.

chocolate-stealing bear

i don't know what's going on with this news report, but i love it. they know what story leads, and that's bears.

in VOLympian news

former tennessee volunteer, aries merritt, took home a gold for the US last night in the men's 110-meter hurdles.
LONDON - In his first Olympic Games, former Tennessee Vol standout Aries Merritt jumped out to an early lead in the 110-meter hurdles final and never looked back as the U.S. Track & Field team member captured the Olympic gold medal on Wednesday night in convincing fashion at Olympic Stadium in London.
Merritt, who won both his qualifying and semifinal heats, improved his personal-best mark to 12.92 and finished steps in front of U.S. teammate Jason Richardson (13.04). His mark of 12.92 is the fastest in the world in 2012 and the second fastest time in Olympic history. (via)
you can watch the final here. did you know that in hurdles, you're allowed to knock them over, as long as you don't do it "purposely". why even have them, you know what i'm saying?
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