it always bothered me in horror movies when the main character is googling something and they type at a grandma speed, and then rather than hitting enter to start the search, they move the mouse over very slowly and deliberately (and loudly) click "search"
i mean in the time it took them to type out that whole damn thing any normal person would've already found out what they wanted to know.
the part where the person is cutting with regular scissors. who cuts like that?
my chem teacher told me a story about some guy who drank a strontium solution during lab, and then went to go take a chem test right afterward and he was stumbling in the aisles and eventually passed out.
cool story bromine oxide.
HAHA GET IT?!
yeah she's like sarah palin but a little more dangerous.
haha i definitely didn't mean to rant for so long... but that's what happens when you take AP US history.
oh and also: i'm not actually sure if the texans took TJ out of the textbooks, they might have just talked about doing it. but i know my comment above is why they thought about it.
that's not why he's not in the textbooks. he's not in the textbooks because he thoroughly and deeply believed in the separation of church and state.
most of the founding fathers were diests, but they're still in the textbooks. most people (the tea party, for example) have the common misconception that ALL of the founding fathers were active and dedicated christians. buuut that's not really true. ben franklin of all people was an atheist.
drake and josh did this all the time.
well... THOSE people are a different story.
if i'm trying to keep the conversation alive, i'll be talkative. if not, one word texts.
i make it my mission in life to never send a one-word text. i feel like those just kill the conversation.
ohh okay your first comment was worded weirdly.
you've never finished a book?
no, you put pop rocks in your mouth and THEN start making out with someone
when i was little we had these cups that had built-in straws, and my parents would get so pissed if i bubbled my milk. i mean, come on. don't buy me the damn straw cup if you don't want me using it.
that's why a lot of people think "in god we trust" written on all our money is unconstitutional, and i agree.
buuuut that was added wayy back in the mccarthy era when they felt the need to separate us from the "antichrist godless communists"
and now i feel like it would be a HUGE political brouhaha to take it off.
oh, i wasn't sure. well then in that case there's about 6,000 people in my grade at my school. pretty damn tiny... /sarcasm