14 Ultimate Geek Couples To Ever Get Married – Crowd Ignite
A Beginners Guide To Filipino Food – Caveman Circus
A damn fine collection of cute girls – Bro My God
Going to an Ivy League School Sucks – VICE
Something Was Hiding In These 12 Famous Movies…Can You Spot It? – Linkiest
Hot Brazilian Girls Play Twister! (video) – G-Celeb
The Epic Losing Streak of M. Night Shyamalan, Explained – Grantland
Padma Lakshmi is Hotter Than Hell’s Kitchen (40 Photos) – Radass
20 Life Hacks For Your Car – Diply
The 100 Greatest Celebrity Yearbook Photos – World Wide Interweb
Those Dang Mildly Infuriating Moments – The Rackup
All 27 Pop-Tart Flavors Tasted And Ranked – Thrillist
Why “Streets of Rage” Wouldn’t Work Today – Dorkly
Fender Uses Old Whiskey Barrels to Make Their Latest Amplifier – The Gentleman’s Garage
19 books to read if you want to get rich – Business Insider
15 Awesome Plot Twists That Totally Saved Awful Movies – What Culture
“The feelings that hurt most, the emotions that sting most, are those that are absurd - The longing for impossible things, precisely because they are impossible; nostalgia for what never was; the desire for what could have been; regret over not being someone else; dissatisfaction with the world’s existence. All these half-tones of the soul’s consciousness create in us a painful landscape, an eternal sunset of what we are.”
- Fernando Pessoa
Check for cell reception.
Inspect tops of cabinets, behind stove/fridge, for poop. If there are red/brown stains in the corners where the ceiling meets the walls, it’s bed bugs. If there is a line of white powder along the baseboards, it can mean roaches, but more likely bedbug treatment has been performed. White powder behind fridge, stove, etc. is usually boric acid or diatomaceous earth used to treat roaches. Brown or tan kernel sized paste is also used against roaches. Check the Bed Bug Registry online and ask if the building has a history of any pest problems.
Inspect drawer under the oven and kitchen drawers.
Check the water pressure on cold, on hot, on both, and how long it takes to get warm.
Bring a socket tester and test all outlets. Also make sure there are enough outlets in each room, and enough 3-prong ones.
Ask the neighbors what the worst part of the building, street, neighborhood is.
Request to see the exact unit you will be moving into, NOT a showcase apartment. If they refuse to at least show you an actual unit, be suspicious.
Check to see if you have a designated parking spot (and assure its cost, if any, is satisfactory). How many visitors can you have at a time & is that enough for you? On a Fri/Sat night, or any other evening/night, are there even any available spots? What happens if someone takes your spot?
Drive through the area during rush hour if commuting via car.
What’s in close walking distance? (food, bars, stores, etc)
Universal Studios Just Launched The Town Of Springfield! – Bro My God
10 Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About – Caveman Circus
30 Completely Absurd Russian Dating Site Photos – Crowd Ignite
19 Ridiculously Easy Ways To Save Time And Not Sound Like And Idiot – Linkiest
The Definition Of Hell For Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type – Thought Catalog
Artist Draws Disney Characters In Real Life Situations (22 Photos) – Radass
Photographer Takes His Rescued Dog Maddie On Epic Adventures – Bored Panda
Rachel Mortenson Sure Knows How to Model Some Underwear – G-Celeb
The Friendliest Car Accident Ever (video) – Leenks
South Park – Satan Explains the Darkness of the Human Soul – Youtube
The 20 Best Ways We Could Make Sh*t Jobs Tolerable – Cracked
15 McDonald’s Hacks That’ll Change Their Menu Forever – Food Beast
Genesis Rodriguez, Talented and Hot (30 Pics) – Regretful Morning
How for-profit prisons have become the biggest lobby no one is talking about – Washington Post
How To Nail A Job Interview (Cheat Sheet Infographic) – Classy Bro
Some people are just destined to be forever alone (45 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
Kanye Suddenly Stops Smiling After Seeing Camera – The Blemish
How the hell did this painting just sell for $46 Million???? – Business Insider
1. When a dealership tells you the vehicle is on the lot or will hold the vehicle for you and then tells you it was sold when you get there, leave. They pulled a bait and switch on you
This is a very common tactic to bring in customers on to the lot. Half of the work in selling a car is to get the buyer to come to the dealership. I have found that most of the dealerships that pull this tactic are not ones to be trusted; they showed you that they are willing to trick you so you can come to them, they have a mindset of tricking their customers for profit. If they dont have your vehicle then leave and continue your car search, dealerships like these are more trouble then they are worth.
2. If a baby/toddler appears to hurt themselves (falls over, hits head, etc.) and they look to you, always meet their gaze and smile 😀
I see this mistake made constantly: someone is watching their kid (who is just learning how to walk) run straight into a table that is conveniently right at head height. The kid looks around for mom (or whoever), not quite crying yet but definitely on the brink of tears, and the mom freaks out and puts on a horrified face to match. Kid sees face and begins to cry hysterically.
This can be avoided for the most part by smiling and not over-reacting when your kid looks to you for help. They’re confused. They haven’t felt like this before (they’re 1 remember). They’re pretty sure this is bad but don’t know yet. They look around for help and to see how others are reacting to the situation. When you smile at them you are re-assuring them that everything is going to be okay. Pretty much without fail kids will calm down almost instantly in response to a genuine smile.
It also helps to lay some infant directed speech on them, but this isn’t totally necessary, they’re really just looking for facial confirmation that they’re not going to die.
Obviously you’re still going to want to check them over for any serious bumps or bruises but just make sure you’re smiling when you do it.
3. If you are away from news for a while and want to catch up search “[month] [year]” in Wikipedia. This will give you all the major world news for that month.
For example, typing “April 2015″ will give you the latest on ISIS or Baltimore Riots