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So the guy walks out of the men’s room and he’s, like, “Hey, bartender, I think your genie might be hard of hearing.”

And the bartender’s, like, “No kidding. You think I wished for a twelve-inch pianist?!”

So the guy processes this. And he’s, like, “Does that mean you wished for a twelve-inch penis?”

And the bartender’s, like, “Yeah. Why, what did you wish for?”

And the guy’s, like, “World peace.”

So the bartender is understandably ashamed.

And the guy orders a beer, like everything is normal, but it’s obvious that something has changed between him and the bartender.

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black-australia:

An iconic image showing Aboriginal rights activist, Gary Foley with a placard reading, “Pardon me for being born into a nation of racists”.

black-australia:

An iconic image showing Aboriginal rights activist, Gary Foley with a placard reading, “Pardon me for being born into a nation of racists”.

"Jazz Music" by Aunty Donna

LOL from the HOLE.

lonelysandwich:

America’s Funniest Robots

JnJ 92: Cult of Self
Adam and Dan

jnjunrelated:

JnJ 92: Cult of Self

How important is the origin story of your relationship to you? Have we removed the meaning from photos by making cameras a peripheral device on phones? And will we soon need to attend retreats to bolster our tolerance for criticism? This and more, on JnJ.

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In this episode we look at Facebook and selfies and ego squarely in the eye. I really enjoyed this episode. For some it will be challenging, and for others, it will affirm their own theories about where a combination of these aspects of life may take us.

"I feel like the 800 pound gorilla in the room is really a 450 pound gorilla wearing a gorilla suit."