I JUST PICKED UP THE PHONE BECAUSE MY SCHOOL WAS CALLING AND IT’S ALWAYS A RECORDING BUT IT WAS MY VICE PRINCIPAL’S VOICE TALKING ABOUT HOW SCHOOL STARTS TOMORROW AND I GRUNTED REALLY LOUD AND SCREAMED “NOOOOO” AND HE SAID “excuse me”
my Dad makes dad jokes but because hes a physics teacher theyre not common dad jokes
"hey dad, whats up?"
"Up is a directional vector with no force"
Last night I got an unprompted text from a random number. I went with it.
For Brian Morin, 11, an extraordinary gateway to “adventure” lurks within an unusual place: the corner of a room in a central Fresno 7-Eleven convenience store.
Brian usually stops by five days a week to check out books from a children’s library inside, created by store owners Sushil Prakash and Josephine Kiran as an incentive to get children in the neighborhood excited about reading.
The catch to lure kids? A free Slurpee or hot chocolate for every book read and summarized in a short book report.
Well shit one place you’re sure to find kids ALL THE TIME is 7-11. Flamin hots, slurpees, books? I’m impressed.
So what you’re saying is, Leonardo DiCaprio is doing it on purpose.
This is extra entertaining because I remembered that babies don’t have object permanence: when an object is out of their line of sight, they don’t quite realize that it still exists. So this baby believes he is watching the little balls SPRING INTO EXISTENCE. MAGIC EVERYWHERE
this never gets old