Cracked.com has been a great source of entertainment for me in high school. Their articles are written in a comical way that will make you laugh as much as it makes you learn.
- The 7 Most Unintentionally Creepy Places on the Internet: These are seven websites that prove the internet can still make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end
- 5 Real Murders More Terrifying Than Any Other Horror Movie: Real killers are real scary
- Creepiest Urban Legends That Happen to be True: (Part 1) (Part 2)(Part 3)(Part 4)(Part 5)(Part 6)(Part 7)
- 6 Terrifying Experiment Parents Did On Their Own Kids: Some people’s actions really make me wonder
- 5 Most Terrifying Diseases Doctors Can’t Explain: The oddities that exist in our world
- Creepiest Places on Earth: (Part 1)(Part 2)
- The 7 Most Horrifying Museums on Earth: My personal favorite
- The 6 Strangely Convincing Real Life Curses: Coincidence or something more?
- The 7 Most Ridiculous Ghost Stories From Around the World: A cultural experience
- The 5 Creepiest Disappearances That No One Can Explain: It’s like they vanished into thin air
flawlesshobo said: If you had unlimited money what would be the first thing you did?
Probably ensure that everyone had access to clean, plentiful water — because that just seems like a reasonable thing someone with unlimited money should do. But after that…
how the bi-bros get fit quick
WHAT KIND OF WIZARD FISH IS THIS
This little fish lives deeeeeeeeeep down in the ocean and spits that little glob of bio luminescent liquid to momentarily distract predators and escape being eaten
It’s a wizard
A fish that lives deeeeeeep in the ocean, huh? Dude, stop talking out of your ass.
So, let’s pretend Ashieart never said anything because what that user said is beyond ignorant.
That fish there is called a threadfin cardinalfish and, as you see, it’s translucent.
That glowy stuff did not come from the fish, it actually came from an ostracod, a crustacean.
Anyways, sometimes the ostracods are mistaken for the fish’s real food, plankton. So, when swallowed up, they LIGHT UP LIKE A RAVE PARTY and because cardinalfish are see-through, the fish realizes that they’ve become a glowing beacon to their own predators and sit the fish out.
You can see, as the glow hits the glass, the ostracod falling back down to the bottom of the tank.
So, no, the fish wouldn’t spit the “glob of bio-luminescent liquid” because it’d actually help their predators find them even better.
Still skeptical, here’s a link from the BBC where that gif came from.
Yada yada yada, google search engine blah, blah, use it, yap, yap yap…
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Just picked a ton of wild plums. We’re gonna turn them into preserves and jams X3
i need to get on this level
With iOS 8 law enforcement can now control your phone and prevent you from taking photos, videos and recordings of officers when they are near. The apps will be disabled within a certain radius. Capturing any police brutality is now prohibited.
Apple employee who demands to remain anonymous
Sept. 17, 2014
This better be a fucking joke/rumor.
Apple holds a patent which mentions that its technology could have applications for law enforcement and government security. For example, the patent description notes that covert ‘police or government operations may require complete ‘blackout’ conditions’.
This little tidbit sold me on the Galaxy over the iPhone for my next phone since I’m due for an upgrade.
If true, this is horrifying.
First unwanted U2 albums and now this no thanks
OH HEY, SOMETHING UNTRUE. Here guys, an article that I WROTE proving that the above quote is propagandist bullshit.
Also, if you pulled the quote, you can only find it on tumblr blogs. If this was, in fact, a real quote… don’t you think the media would pick up on this right away because WOW, Apple would have opened themselves up for massive civil lawsuits because there are laws in place that protect the privacy of citizens.
So, uh. Yeah. How about no on this one.(via spookyflys)
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