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Mrs. Potato Head?

Mrs. Potato Head?

awdray:

Me

clientsfromhell:

Client: “My modem won’t work anymore”

Me: “What lights do you see on it?”

Client: “None. No lights.”

Me: “Plug it in.”

Client: “It’s plugged in. But no lights.”

Me: “Have you been having problems with it lately?”

Client: “Yes, it used to heat up…”

Me: “That’s normal for—”

Client: “…so I put it in the freezer for a few hours.”

Me: “Ah.”

itsmemacleod:

4chords and 20 beats agoimage

acidictrips:

cantankerous-canoodle:

submissivefeminist:

Olivia Benson, the most influential woman of my early adulthood, telling you what’s up.

idk i tried to scroll past this but it’s too perfect

if you don’t love benson you’re wrong

burgrs:

i thought i left my ipod in the theater so we went back to look for it and i couldn’t see so i turned on my ipod to give me some light so i could find my ipod do u see where this is going because i did not 

wickedclothes:

Pizza Friendship Necklace

Give your closest friend, or friends, a pizza your heart. Six of these pendants form a full, silver-plated pizza. Hung on a 22” chain. Sold on Etsy.

thats-ms-hsv-2-you:

lickmywaffle:

okcdouchebags:

lickmywaffle:

okcdouchebags:

irishathena:

This guy’s profile was a gold mine (coincidentally, note the fedora), but this one struck me particularly.
This might not seem weird to people who live in the US or on an island, but we’re in Munich. If you drive 3 hours in any direction, chances are you will hit another country (exception: straight north). 
Austria is 50 miles away, Switzerland and the Czech Republic less than 100, Italy, France and Slovenia 200 miles. Off the top of my head I can remember about 5 or 6 school trips we took to one of the neighbouring countries. I don’t think I’ve met anyone around here who has never left the country. 
"not much of a traveling person" is a serious understatement.

lol I have zero concept of what you just said. I could drive for fifteen hours and still be in my state.

It’s kind of like being in the States and someone saying they’ve never left their state. Exception must be you since you live in a huge fucking state apparently.

Haha only in one direction. I’m in California. I can drive approximately 3-5 hours to get to Vegas, depending on the time of day and who’s driving, so that’s not too terrible. But yeah, if someone in a tiny state told me they’d never visited another state, I’d be confused.

Yeah, I think if someone from the New England area told me they have never been anywhere, I don’t think I’d believe them.

I lived in giant states for the longest time, and then I moved to Massachusetts. My friend at the south end of CT is only two hours away, it’s nothing to go to the mall in NH… weird. Yet when people ask me what part of NY I’m from and don’t understand NYC was was a seven hour trip…

thats-ms-hsv-2-you:

lickmywaffle:

okcdouchebags:

lickmywaffle:

okcdouchebags:

irishathena:

This guy’s profile was a gold mine (coincidentally, note the fedora), but this one struck me particularly.

This might not seem weird to people who live in the US or on an island, but we’re in Munich. If you drive 3 hours in any direction, chances are you will hit another country (exception: straight north)

Austria is 50 miles away, Switzerland and the Czech Republic less than 100, Italy, France and Slovenia 200 miles. Off the top of my head I can remember about 5 or 6 school trips we took to one of the neighbouring countries. I don’t think I’ve met anyone around here who has never left the country

"not much of a traveling person" is a serious understatement.

lol I have zero concept of what you just said. I could drive for fifteen hours and still be in my state.

It’s kind of like being in the States and someone saying they’ve never left their state. Exception must be you since you live in a huge fucking state apparently.

Haha only in one direction. I’m in California. I can drive approximately 3-5 hours to get to Vegas, depending on the time of day and who’s driving, so that’s not too terrible. But yeah, if someone in a tiny state told me they’d never visited another state, I’d be confused.

Yeah, I think if someone from the New England area told me they have never been anywhere, I don’t think I’d believe them.

I lived in giant states for the longest time, and then I moved to Massachusetts. My friend at the south end of CT is only two hours away, it’s nothing to go to the mall in NH… weird. Yet when people ask me what part of NY I’m from and don’t understand NYC was was a seven hour trip…