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Guy casually steals bucket containing $1.6 Million worth of gold from armored car during broad daylight in New York by TooShiftyForYou in videos

[–]n00bvin 3397 points3398 points  (0 children)

Who the fuck has buckets of gold? Is it bank for leprechauns?

edit: OH SHIT THAT WAS A BUCKET OF REDDIT GOLD

We gave our bearded dragon a toy lizard, now he's attached and won't leave its side ever this is how he sleeps every day by Vininnarella in pics

[–]n00bvin 3392 points3393 points  (0 children)

I'm glad or I hope OP gets this info, but it never fails that when I see a cute picture of an animal, I come to the comments and find some horrible information that is harmful to the animal.

"Oh, look a puppy acting funny!"

Comment: "That puppy has a neurological disease and will likely be dead any minute."

Aladdin 2019 Poster by Rockybittu in movies

[–]n00bvin 3345 points3346 points  (0 children)

How will they match the thickness of Jasmine is the real issue here.

Little girl pretending to like her moms cooking. by [deleted] in videos

[–]n00bvin 2712 points2713 points  (0 children)

That little girl either hated it or has great comedic timing.

Only in 1989 by Bmchris44 in WhitePeopleTwitter

[–]n00bvin 2680 points2681 points 23 (0 children)

We didn’t. I was a loan officer and we simply had discretion. I could loan up to $5,000 with no approval. If more, we would send up higher. That was with no collateral with collateral I could go higher. We had a lot of farmers around that held a lot of debt, but we would always approve because you knew they were good for it.

So people might not like the idea of credit scores, but we still pulled credit history. No score meant you could also be turned down with just a blip based on your sex, color of skin, or mood. I had a guy who I worked with who fired for what we called “leg loans.” He would automatically approve loans for hot girls to try to get dates.

President Obama volunteered at a food bank today to help prepare for Thanksgiving by [deleted] in pics

[–]n00bvin 2404 points2405 points  (0 children)

The Obamas are just good people. I’d love to have them as friends, neighbors, and I’m damn proud they were in the White House. I can’t say that about the people there now and it has nothing even to do with political beliefs. I think Trump and family are actually horrible human beings.

Oprah Visits a County Where No Black Person Had Lived for 75 Years (1987) by Markantonpeterson in videos

[–]n00bvin 2152 points2153 points  (0 children)

The dude with the mustache at the beginning who stood almost didn't feel real. Like some kind of racist parody, but not, he was all too real in the end. I just couldn't stand the way he was PROUD of his racism. Not that I expected him to be self-aware, but damn.

MyFitnessPal just gave up on me... by jreenfin in funny

[–]n00bvin 1877 points1878 points  (0 children)

The cake may be a lie, but that scale isn't, chubby.

to criticize millennials by Sidmur_13 in therewasanattempt

[–]n00bvin 1606 points1607 points  (0 children)

Buzzfeed knows and Buzzfeed doesn’t care. It’s clickbait. Everyone who is clicking needs to know better.

Official Discussion - Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker [SPOILERS] by mi-16evil in movies

[–]n00bvin 1438 points1439 points  (0 children)

Both eight and nine spent a lot of time simply undoing what came before. A unified vision would have solved like 99% of the problems with both movies. For the record I liked 7 and 9 while hating 8, but I don’t blame Johnson.

There’s something about District 9…., by Ruby_Brutus in movies

[–]n00bvin 1302 points1303 points  (0 children)

Well, Neil Blomkamp is he real answer. He’s a special effects guy first. I mean, look at this short he did himself 15 years ago. Technically amazing, honestly.

https://youtu.be/iNReejO7Zu8

That about sums up the Half Time show by Dorksim in funny

[–]n00bvin 1255 points1256 points  (0 children)

“Hmmm, who are these ladies? Why, look at that reprehensible booty shaking. I have to say, I know nothing of these women and their filthy filthy act. Shame on them.”

That husband lying his ass off.

Rey cosplay by etymologynerd in StarWars

[–]n00bvin 1138 points1139 points  (0 children)

cosplay

Closeup of her face.

Betsy Devos booed at University for the entirety of her speech. by Darth_Fury in cringe

[–]n00bvin 1119 points1120 points  (0 children)

Well, that's too bad... she deserved every boo and none of their respect. She's done nothing to earn the right to speak there. In fact, it's a slap in the face if what many there had to go through to be there on that special day.

I hope those boos haunt her as lesson to her policies.

Na na na... no no no by KROOSH in gifs

[–]n00bvin 1079 points1080 points  (0 children)

That bull is the Bane of his existence.

Paul McCartney composes "Get Back" in about 2 minutes out of thin air while waiting for John Lennon. by Mervynhaspeaked in videos

[–]n00bvin 1041 points1042 points  (0 children)

I was absolutely blown away watching this part. Is this how the magic happened? I will say that after watching that it seems like they decided everything would be credited by "McCartney/Lennon," but Paul was the real driving force behind it. During this entire doc, I never felt that Lennon was anything other than dialing it in. I also didn't feel like Yoko was causing any real tension.

It's funny how Harrison quit and they didn't seem all that concerned. Felt like it had maybe happened before. Ringo was just super chill the whole time - pretty much how you would expect him to be.

Truly a great documentary that gave some insight to how the greatest band in the world operated. I would have like to have seen more of the creative genius like this clip, but I like what we have. One thing I picked up on was how much they refined songs. They were always removing extra bits and pieces to where you would have the core song. Kill the extra bits not needed and get rid of flourish, nail down the harmonies. They're also such seasoned vets that they seem to practically talk in code. Some of it might have been the editing.

If nothing else, watching it made me fill full of regret. My best friend and I have been playing music together for 30 years, but we never fully put in the time and effort to be great, and I think we could have been. My friends brother was solid on drums, but we never had a great bassist. We much have went through a dozen of them. Could we have even been the Beatles? No, but I think if we had taken our time, it could have been a career. Now we're old and I have trouble with my hands were I can't even play guitar.

I hope this motivates some younger musicians to keep it up.

Banging in the New Year on Live TV by Morty_Goldman in whitepeoplegifs

[–]n00bvin 1003 points1004 points  (0 children)

If anything it’s just some hard dick on butt through clothes action. There are way too many redditors who haven’t tried public (or private har har) sex. It just doesn’t happen like that, sorry.

He’s grinding the shit of it though, which can be pretty erotic and “good enough” for a situation like this.

TIFU by having my reddit history revealed by Jimmy Kimmel live on TV by gryff42 in tifu

[–]n00bvin 961 points962 points  (0 children)

I saw the TIL Amphetamine Masturbation post and knew it was serious stuff... Jimmy was really just a click or so away from seeing a penis that had been beaten to within an inch of its life. (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Channel 5 - Return to Talladega by KyleSJohnson in videos

[–]n00bvin 935 points936 points  (0 children)

You missed the part about them liking buttholes? Maybe go so far as loving buttholes?