In the '50s, children had jobs as door-to-door salesmen and they were paid in weapons and bikes. If you tried that today, the first person to answer the door would be arrested for attempted sexual misconduct with a minor and the child would be shot for riding a bike without a helmet.
Hello new college students! You're 17 or 18. You're a Cracked fan. You shouldn't be, we use a lot of adult language here, but I guess that's in the past now. You're an adult now.
There are someawkward situations we can anticipate, and prepare a little plan ready to defuse the tension. Unfortunately, a lot of those strategies end up making things even more awkward.
And the women who love them.
If there is one thing we learned from Robin Hood, Hudson Hawk and that guy who gives Indy his hat in the beginning of 'The Last Crusade', it's that sometimes even the most hardened lawbreaker will defy all expectations and do the right thing to help another human being in need. It even happens in real life.
Fortunately, my 30-plus years of living in the suburbs, multiple educational degrees and countless pairs of khakis had prepared me for this natural disaster.
Since its inception in 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has been responsible for granting the wishes of thousands of terminally ill children all across the United States. While the vast majority of wishes involve taking vacations, meeting celebrities or going to Disneyland, occasionally kids go off-prompter, and things get awesome.
Name's Swaim. I'm an alcoholic that can't hold his liquor, and if you thought THAT was funny, you're going to love the one about go f#@k yourself.
Since everyone knows online humor columns by obscure writers are extremely effective in changing society, We're sure misuse of these words will no longer a problem.
We sort of expect propaganda to be a little stupid to begin with, but there are some examples that go beyond all our expectations and into the land of the hilarious.