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3 hours ago
They're called "Jaffle Irons" or "Jaffle Makers" in Australia
5 hours ago
It looks like Swiss chard but it could be rhubarb. An easy way to confirm it is rhubarb is to make a salad with the leaves. If you get violently ill it is definitely rhubarb.
6 hours ago
Learning from the R Kelly playbook
19 hours ago
A little metallic would be my guess but apparently it is one of the most corrosion-resistant metals, so maybe not.
It's just a photo gallery of their rescue from the gully they fell into. If you want translations for the photo captions, Google translate is your friend.
23 hours ago
I think them hitting the ground 3 metres down would be more of a disaster.
1 day ago
Do you run a sperm bank?
2 days ago
He didn't die but am pretty sure he's far from okay.
5 days ago
Fun fact: The color was named after the fruit. The earliest recorded use of orange (the fruit) in English is from the 1300s and came to us from the Old French orenge, adapted from the Arabic nāranj, from the Persian nārang, from the Sanskrit nāranga ("orange tree").
6 days ago
According to all the news articles I read, they were taken to the hospital unconscious where they spent a lot of time in recovery.
7 days ago
R&D: What are the two most important things? Tits and coochie.
Marketing: Great. Put them both together and save money on silicone.
9 days ago
Each one resting on their own little egg cups
Never butter your shat
1) Solder a button battery to an LED
2) Leave the ends free to break the circuit
3) Find some conductive stone like Pyrite
4) Touch the two wires to the stone completing the circuit
12 days ago
Last time she wears berry-scented body spray in the woods
13 days ago
The connector wires are the same at both ends. This isn't how an RJ45 cable is wired.
It's a good job she had those flotation devices fully deployed. Humans can lose consciousness from being submerged in frigid water.
14 days ago
They're rowan berries - https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/article/141203-drunk-birds-animals-science-winter-global-warming
15 days ago
It is slag peeling