Failblog dating fails page 100 of dictionary

failblog dating fails page 100 of dictionary

Raising kids is hard work (for visual evidence, try " Sh*t My Kids Ruined ") but we're certain almost anyone can avoid making these parenting mistakes. For example, If you need to take your baby somewhere in a stroller, you should be able to do it without riding a motorized device or turning your child's lap into a shopping cart, right? We thought so. Look, we know kids don't come with instruction manuals, but if they did, we're confident the use of leashes and duct tape wouldn't be in there.

Look, when you clock into your work, it's not social hour, ok? I want to be hearing the clickity-clack of your keyboard, not the chitty-chat of human connection. Below you'll find an employee who thinks they can turn their job into a regular drawing room salon, and another who understands the value of a dollar. One will be getting a promotion. Try and guess which one.

Director Howard Hawks once said that every good movie has "three great scenes, no bad ones." So  Looper  is looking at few good movies with one bad, head-scratching scenes. 

To be fair, two of these entries are the  Star Wars Special Editions , so take their opinion with a grain of salt. In any other case, this video would be described as "nitpicking."

What do you think?

This blind taste test was bound to bubble over the brink of anything remotely close to 'calm and collected' reviews, and head straight for the ridiculous. From covering the proper pronunciation of the brand, to brainstorming illustrative and hilariously descriptive reviews, it's fair to say this was one of the more enjoyable 'blind taste tests' to surface on the interwebs for a while. 

In case you missed it, a couple weeks back in an awkward-coated act of utter endearment, Emma Stone went to plant a socially acceptable congratulatory kiss on her Director Damien Chazelle, for La La Land  after he won an award for Best Screenplay; but he kind of stonewalled the whole thing. The cringe thrusters were set to full, and yes, it was glorious.

Now, she's here to clear it all up once and for all...kind of.

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Look, when you clock into your work, it's not social hour, ok? I want to be hearing the clickity-clack of your keyboard, not the chitty-chat of human connection. Below you'll find an employee who thinks they can turn their job into a regular drawing room salon, and another who understands the value of a dollar. One will be getting a promotion. Try and guess which one.

Director Howard Hawks once said that every good movie has "three great scenes, no bad ones." So  Looper  is looking at few good movies with one bad, head-scratching scenes. 

To be fair, two of these entries are the  Star Wars Special Editions , so take their opinion with a grain of salt. In any other case, this video would be described as "nitpicking."

What do you think?

This blind taste test was bound to bubble over the brink of anything remotely close to 'calm and collected' reviews, and head straight for the ridiculous. From covering the proper pronunciation of the brand, to brainstorming illustrative and hilariously descriptive reviews, it's fair to say this was one of the more enjoyable 'blind taste tests' to surface on the interwebs for a while. 

In case you missed it, a couple weeks back in an awkward-coated act of utter endearment, Emma Stone went to plant a socially acceptable congratulatory kiss on her Director Damien Chazelle, for La La Land  after he won an award for Best Screenplay; but he kind of stonewalled the whole thing. The cringe thrusters were set to full, and yes, it was glorious.

Now, she's here to clear it all up once and for all...kind of.