The week in fluff

Various social media shenanigans from the past week

A Spotify playlist for your listening pleasure: Wherever the Trail Leads

______________________________________________________________

Mapping the United Swears of America

Jack Grieve, lecturer in forensic linguistics at Aston University in Birmingham, UK, has created a detailed set of maps of the US showing strong regional patterns of swearing preferences.

______________________________________________________________

Source: Firedoglake’s Facebook page

 

Source: memegenerator.net as per caption

No wonder my generation is damaged.

___________________________________________________________

Source: I Love Halloween’s Facebook page

 

Source: Grammarly’s Facebook page

 

Source: T David’s Timeline on Facebook

 

Source: Shadowproof’s Facebook page

 

Source: Mint Press News’s Facebook page

___________________________________________________________

Fortune: Hillary Clinton: ‘I am a real person!’

Are we so sure?

The Stepford Wives(?) (1975) Used according to Fair Use doctrine as humor (YMMV).
Source: J-List’s Facebook page

 

Source: Someecards’ Facebook page

 

Cracked: 20 Asshole Ways Assholes See Things

 

Source: Digital Discipline, credited therein

____________________________________________________________

Devo performing Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones

____________________________________________________________

Source: AsapSCIENCE’s page on Facebook
Source: Jeffrey’s Timeline on Facebook

 

Source: Hypothyroid Mom’s Facebook page
Source: Humor meets comics’s Facebook page

 

Source: Purple Clover’s Facebook page

 

Source: Purple Clover’s Facebook page

 

Source: Growing Bolder’s Facebook page

__________________________________________________________

The Ultimate Warrior vs. Phil Collins (1990)

__________________________________________________________

Source: Armed Democrats – Meme Bucket @ Facebook

 

Source: Mandatory’s page @ Facebook

 

Source: Mom’s Got Ink’s page @ Facebook

 

Source: Just the Tip’s page @ Facebook
Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s