50 Hilarious “Said No One Evers” That Will Have You Laughing Immediately

Thought Catalog

Eric HeunthepEric Heunthep

1. “I think that car accident was completely my fault.”

2. “What are we going to do with all this leftover cocaine?”

3. “My first sexual experience was by far the best.”

4. “I didn’t think he was that hot, but then I noticed his neck beard.”

5. “The Myers-Briggs test taught me a lot about myself.”

6. “Why is it so difficult to find a Starbucks?”

7. “I’m moving to the suburbs because they have such a lively art scene.”

8. “I would start Michael Vick on my fantasy team, but I just don’t agree with his morals.”

9. “Scientology does a nice job of filling in the holes left by Christianity and Islam.”

10. “I think what today’s society needs most is another show about New Jersey.”

>11. “Sorry I can’t come out tonight, I’m watching the Charles in Charge marathon.”

12. “I wish my mom…

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April fools’ day pranks around the world 2015!! Most of them were inspired by selfie craze this year



So when it comes to APRIL FOOLS’ DAY Japan went bit different!! Burger king’s local branch sold Flame-Grilled Fragrance costs ¥5,000,($42)on 1st April. The smell is beef mixed with mayonnaise, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, and with in a hint of fries smell. The perfume is called “Flame Grilled. Though I am quite skeptical about fragrance or distinct order. It turns out the biggest April Fools are the ones falling for things that are actually real. Kuddos to Burger king!!

picture via:perezhilton.com

DOG ON STICK: If  you think only you can take selfies and post them on social media, get hundreds of like!! Well on this April fool’s day  unleashed by petco introduced DOG ON STICK!! No its not what you think it is. It is selfie  stick for dogs and cats.

Introducing the revolutionary selfie stick for pets



Phil Zozra, Director of the Domino’s Pizza Redevelopment and New Knowledge division…

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Suicide Bombing in Istanbul “Accidentally” Assumed, Turkish Marxist Organization

The Radical Democrat

On January 6th, in the afternoon a woman in black covers walked into a tourism-police station in the touristic heart of Istanbul, right in the vicinity of Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque and Basilica Cistern. On a normal day, this area would be full of people regardless of the season; but as it has been colder than usual even for Istanbul, there were not that many people around.

The woman in black covers talks to the guards outside the station, then detonates the bomb and throws grenades, killing one policeman and injuring several others. Right after the explosion the area was cleared of civilians, and the initial inquiry started. Almost immediately in the aftermath, first details started flowing on social media timelines regarding the assailant and some were mentioning her to have spoken in English, and quotes from the taxi driver who took her to the area. The driver is reported…

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Shell inches closer to spilling oil all over the Arctic


Shell has passed another hurdle in its push to resume Arctic drilling operations this summer. On Tuesday, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell reaffirmed her department’s 2008 decision to lease part of the Chukchi Sea, off the coast of Alaska, to the company, and accepted a revised environmental impact statement for the lease.

“The Arctic is an important component of the Administration’s national energy strategy, and we remain committed to taking a thoughtful and balanced approach to oil and gas leasing and exploration offshore Alaska,” Jewell said in a statement.

“Thoughtful” might not be the most applicable word to describe Shell’s activities in the Chukchi Sea. The company suspended its Arctic drilling operations in 2012 after a series of screwups and delays that culminated with a drilling rig running aground on New Years Eve. But, undaunted, the company is hoping to resume operations this summer. Shell’s 2015 plans involve working with the…

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Talk at home about…everything old is new again!


I’m going to tell you a secret about me. I love old technology. Don’t get me wrong; I work hard to keep ahead of the curve on new technologies, but after all the book is one of the oldest technologies around. Over the years I have kept exactly ONE of each of a few gems. ONE record player, ONE slide projector, ONE sound filmstrip projector, ONE overhead projector, etc. etc. I keep them on hand because believe it or not, they still get used. Seldom though the use may be, it is still my job to give my patrons what they need when they need it!

I recently teamed up with our awesome art teacher, and we were able to connect one of these old technologies with new learning and artistic expression for our 3rd and 4th grade students. Our school set time aside this year for teachers to collaborate…

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