I'm not sure if this guy just drew a face on his belly or if he's attached to a Kuato whose voice sounds like Mickey Mouse.
He'd commit to doing some daily crunches, but that might risk making his other half look anorexic.
"Sure, jumping into subway tunnels is dangerous and we don't officially encourage it and all that happy good-time legalese stuff that we have to say in order to not get sued.
...However, you know you want to. Don't deny it.
You've got the itch and your Nikes are all ready for some subterranean parkour. Even if you do get hit by a train, what cooler way could there be to go out than that?"
Thanks to the overly-diligent efforts of Russian citizens doing their duty to risk life and limb in attempts to screw innocent people out of their hard-earned rubles, Russian dashcam videos have been providing us endless hours of fun fails.
Sure, even without the benefit of video footage, going with their version of the story, the circumstances of people abruptly jumping out of blind corners and walking into the side of moving trucks would seemingly not hold water in any competent court. Thus, this practice might just be Darwinian in nature.
Experiencing an extreme level of denial over the fate of their poor beloved sink, these people decided that the dignified thing to do was list it as "out of order."
Oh, it's "out of order," all right...smashed, scrapped, and buried in a landfill along with the hapless idiot who cause this in the first place.
"Okay, clearly, you're requiring a process through which I must go to get a treat.
Fine, human. I'm beyond your silly concept of "dignity," so here it goes. **shakes**
There! Am I shaking hard enough for you? Is this turning you on or something? -- Where's my treat?"
Typically an occurrence of indecent exposure like this happens when drunk celebutantes wearing short skirts get photos snapped climbing out of a limo after forgetting to pick their underwear off the bathroom floor of one of the nightclubs they hit.
This, on the other hand, seems to be a wardrobe malfunction in the purest sense.
The Nepalese people really do know how to throw down at the Kathmandu County Fair.
Sure, this contraption may seem creaky and unsafe, but it's the least they can do for these kids who spend the long hours of their days giving Americans tech support over the phone in between nap-times.
We love Dishonored's highly-detailed, steampunk aesthetic, so much so that for our review of the supernatural FPS, we had Jessica Chobot and Alex Albrecht don steampunk apparel inspired by the game. The results, as you can see in our behind-the-scenes, Dishonored cosplay photo gallery, are awesome! You should check them out right now, or as quickly as your steam-powered modem will allow you.
It's very important and potentially life-saving to understand how to swim and play safely in the water. But how can anyone pay attention with a man in a Speedo like that? Right?
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