Posts tagged omg
Posts tagged omg
in germany we don’t say “i love you”, we say “lass mich deine weißwurst lutschen” which translates to “without you i can’t breathe”. i think that’s very beautiful.
Getting ready for the Correspondents’ Dinner.
Watch it live tonight at 10 p.m. ET on http://wh.gov/live
If Game of Thrones Was Made in 1995
all my OTPs sittin’ in a tree
first comes love
then comes marriage
So, we can all admit to seeing some weird ass ads in our lives.
But this one. This one might just take the cake for me.
I bet you can’t guess what this is an add for at first glance
Yep. That’s right.
TAMPAX. THIS IS AN AD FOR TAMPAX.
Let me just let that sink in
hey whoa it finally happened, there are NO flowers or salads
THIS IS THE GREATEST TAMPON AD I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE
FOUR FOR YOU TAMPAX
YOU GO TAMPAX
“ARE YOU A FUCKING BOSS WHO DOESN’T GIVE A SHIT WHO COHABITS THE OCEAN WITH YOU? ARE YOU METAL AS SHIT AND CAN BLEED FOR DAYS WITHOUT DEATH? STILL DON’T WANT A SHARK ALL UP IN YOUR SHIT? THEN TRY FUCKING TAMPAX. THOSE SHARKS WILL BE SWIMMING ALL THE FUCK AROUND YOU AND NOT EVEN GIVE A SHIT THAT YOU’RE THERE. PREY? FUCK THAT. THEY THINK YOU’RE A FUCKING BOSS BECAUSE YOU ARE AND WILL BE NONE THE WISER. MENSTRUATION? MORE LIKE DON’T-FUCKING-MESS-WITH-ME-YOU-SHARKS-STRUATION.”
fucking finally an ad that isn’t condescending
Someone from Tampax has clearly been on Tumblr reading about all of us referring to our periods as “shark week”
Flight Assembled Architecture
An art installation in Orléans, France, combines science, technology and art in an amazing way—it’s built entirely by worker-bee-like quadcopter robots. “Flight Assembled Architecture” was developed by Gramazio & Kohler and Raffaello D’Andrea in collaboration with ETH Zurich, and aims to re-imagine architecture and construction in dynamic new ways. The team of agile flying robots work together to assemble a 6 m high tower of 1,500 polystyrene blocks, which is actually a scale structure of a conceptual 600 m high “vertical village”. It’s built in 10 cubic metres of airspace filled with motion capture sensors to track the robots, who are programmed to interact, lift, transport and assemble the structure via commands from a control module. Defense programs are also exploring the benefits of using swarm technologies and automated robots, perhaps to build bases or relief centres before humans arrive—so this is not only a brilliant art installation, but also a window to the future.
he’s been training long and hard.
Some comic relief for FB Friday.
I went on Amazon…IT’S A REAL BOOK.