Not impressed. He's going to give a lot of ignorant people some very wrong ideas.
It's neither pleasant to look at, nor is it interesting to look at, and it wouldn't be pleasant or interesting to live in. There are so many nicer 'rustic forest' houses.
I'm positively stunned by how clever this is.
too creepy. kind of makes me want to visit.
I want to go here.
Ugh. The 'fight' against drugs. What a noble calling.
Oh me oh my do I love this program. I'm a bit of a word nerd, and being able to look up the precise definition of any word on my computer is spectacular. A little lame that you have to pay so many moneys for additional dictionaries, but I won't complain too loudly. The original dictionaries work perfectly for all but the most technical of work. There's also a really cool 'Random Word' feature that surprise surprise, gives you a random English word. And you can change the settings so that it'll give you regional synonyms for your word, and then flag them as belonging to which dialect/vocabulary. So many hearts.
This is so true.
So the point is that he shat in someone's car, not that there was a bible mixed somehow into the events. No one but the drunk gives a shit about the bible: don't make it the headline.
This is fantastically cool. hearts for BBC.
So, situation one, a man tries to rape a woman wearing one of these contraptions. He tries to pull out, gets barbs embedded in his penis, and beats her to death instead. Situation two, she gets assaulted by more than one man, and only the one who pulls the short straw loses. Seriously, there have got to be better ideas out there.
I love this bag. There's something whimsically utilitarian about it-- estimable because those are not adjectives that can often be used in conjunction.
Om nom nom.