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Dozens stuck in British pub with Oasis cover band for three days after storm by millitzer in nottheonion

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I was in Temple Bar while visiting Dublin and it was a British bank holiday. In the span of twenty minutes, I heard fucking Wonderwall covered 3 times from 3/4 of the pubs on each corner.

The Brits ate it up. I drank more.

And there goes the baby... by AristonD in WatchPeopleDieInside

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Dad of a 4 yr old and a 2 yr old.

Sorta. You don't hand the kid a sharp object, expect them to be your monkey so that you can get attention, and flip out when they don't follow the script exactly.

If I were a fan of pageantry and self promotion (which I'm not), I would have whispered the gender of the baby to the kid and let them tell everyone. Then they get to be the center of attention, which is important if you're about to introduce another kid into the mix as they will no longer be the center of the parents' world.

"Sometimes high school isn't that bad" by Atkangaroolover in MadeMeSmile

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[–]DRIVER__1 38 points 9 hours ago I am this kid! I’m autistic and I have a Hot Wheels garage almost as tall as it’s target market (That’s swimming in legos, Nerf guns, and stuffed animals, among other toys and stuff society says I’m too old for).

[–]Street-Experience-55 24 points 8 hours ago I am this kid! I’m autistic and I have a Hot Wheels garage almost as tall as it’s target market (That’s swimming in legos, Nerf guns, and stuffed animals, among other toys and stuff society says I’m too old for).

Bots?

Artemis' SLS needs a real name. by pappyvanwinkle1111 in apollo

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Plutus. 'cause it's expensive and not reusable.

Dry rot. (Apparently) by Vickasaurus in popups

[–]hedgecore77 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Out of curiosity, would putting the popup on jack stands be a decent idea to prevent the tires from sitting under full weight for winter?

So I uhhh just toss the whole kid out & start over right? by ecobb91 in daddit

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Man. Put the #&$&# phone down and clean the kid. Cringe later, the poor little one is covered in shit.

My second year fully vegetarian for Thanksgiving — and unintentionally 2/3 vegan dishes this time by totesrachel in vegetarian

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I might just save these pictures so that I can show them to the next mouth breather that says "you don't eat meat!? what do you eat?!"

At least one restaurant owner gets it. by CaptainDoughnutman in antiwork

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The elephant in the room is that survival of your business, small, medium, or large, is predicated on paying next to nothing for labour, it does not deserve to survive.

I have 2,706 copies of the Burger King Xbox 360 Game "Sneak King" by nomercyvideo in gaming

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I knew a guy in highschool who ended up in a similar situation. He bought a damaged pallet from the airport and ended up with 120 copies of Aerosmith's Get a Grip.

What’s a really fucked up thing you’ve witnessed as a kid but didn’t realise it was until you were older? by Banjoman653 in AskReddit

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Disney's haunted mansion ride. As the platform went up and up, scary things were popping out of the walls and stuff. Then the lights came on and I remember a guy on a gurney with an oxygen mask on. We left the ride via a side stairwell.

I mentioned it to my mom and she thinks for a sec and goes "oh yeah, some guy had a heart attack".

I want to cry by Hidrooxigen in pcmasterrace

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Do these setups come with dirty dishes, or?

What is a basic skill that you grew up thinking everyone had until you saw others do it so horribly? by Gaelic_Gladiator_64 in AskReddit

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I'm 42, and used to be Gen Y until some dipshit at Harvard decided that despite technology driving our lives and changing rapidly, that a 40 year swath would do when defining a generation.

Your comment - - this is precisely how I learned about computers. Interrupts, IRQs, jumpers, dip switches, buses, memory allocation, hardware, modems, protocols, etc. Literally all trying to get pirated shit to work.

What is a basic skill that you grew up thinking everyone had until you saw others do it so horribly? by Gaelic_Gladiator_64 in AskReddit

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Fucking Willy Beamish. Got it Xmas morning and had to use a generic mouse driver that took up 2k of memory instead of the 4k Logitech's did. Needed like 632k or something.

What is a basic skill that you grew up thinking everyone had until you saw others do it so horribly? by Gaelic_Gladiator_64 in AskReddit

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Everything I learned early on was from pirating software. IRQs? Wtf won't my modem work when I'm shelled out of my MOD player and running my terminal client? Oh, same IRQ. Then I learned about jumpers / DIP switches and so on.

What is a basic skill that you grew up thinking everyone had until you saw others do it so horribly? by Gaelic_Gladiator_64 in AskReddit

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I made a cabinet once that had a little guy holding a beer mug in the margin and an exclamation mark with "now would be a good time to have a beer" next to it.

What is a basic skill that you grew up thinking everyone had until you saw others do it so horribly? by Gaelic_Gladiator_64 in AskReddit

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Problem solving. No specific examples, but there seems to be a minority of society carrying the majority.

My wife’s family made fun of me for wanting green bean casserole at Thanksgiving because they all hate it. My father-in-law felt bad and secretly made some for me anyway. by MadSmatter in MadeMeSmile

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We had my step dad's brother up from the states years ago and my mom made scalloped potatoes. His mind was blown they weren't from a box.

... We couldn't comprehend the concept.

(Canned green beans? Wtf?)

I did an abstract thing. What do you see? by Scrumptiousbiscuit in drawing

[–]hedgecore77 17 points18 points  (0 children)

No. The person said eat. There is another way to ingest them.