Here's a nice, unsettling thing to look at: "Sloth-facing," also known as "Quasimoderping." Basically, you just move the eyes around a picture until it looks like a sloth and you are laughing/scared. It's pretty big on the internet right now, thanks to Redditor treverhaas, whose album of sloth-faced celebrities picked up some steam.
Of course, subreddit /r/quasimoderp have been doing this (more or less) for about seven months now, so there are lots of good celbrisloths floating around on the internet. Here are some of our favorites:
You probably think of Monopoly as that excruciating board game you have to play with your family, unless your mom likes to make her nephews cry and it gets banned from the house (thanks, Mom!). It turns out it's not the Parker Bros.' fault that the game is so mind-numbingly dull -- it's yours. You've been playing it wrong all these years.
If you brought a spare pare of pants to work today, feel free to watch this video. Storm chasers Bradon Ivey and Sean Casey were sitting in their "Tornado Intercept Vehicle" when they quite literally intercepted a tornado.
Let this video be your inspiration/motivation for the day (or perhaps the rest of your life). Scott was born with cerebral palsy. Despite doctors telling his mother when he was a baby that he would be a "vegetable," Scott works out at the gym, and can lift bigger weights than we can. He also walks on a treadmill, which is more cardio than we've done in the past three years or so.
Microsoft unveiled their new gaming console yesterday, and people were not impressed. Actually, they were pretty complain-y and grumpy about it. They don't like the name (Xbox One). They don't like all the features. They don't like any of it. (Particularly how the Microsoft folks pretty much just talked about TV the whole time.) They genuinely dislike it so much that they took the time to make memes about it. These really capture the gist of the problems people have with Xbox One.
You see it too, right? The awesome Terminator face on that...grill? To us it is now and will forever be Snow Terminator. Same goes for all of these other objects that have taken on personalities of their own. They can never go back. They have been permanently anthropomorphized. It's adorable.
CeCe Bruce had been working at a Steak n' Shake in Indiana for two years when she received the tip of a lifetime. After watching Bruce deal with some rude customers, a regular tipped $446 on her $5.96 check -- that's a 7,000 percent tip.
You know how sometimes you're walking through Times Square, and it reminds you a little too much of 'Blade Runner,' then you get an email on your hand-sized computer/phone, and you have a massive panic attack because THE FUTURE IS NOW?!!!!! This video does not help that feeling. At all.
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