Jetpack

This guy flies.

Take a Listen

You either get this, or you don’t

NEW GAME

And now it’s time for a special edition of “Find the Emo.”

Readers; I challenge you! Make your own edition of “Find the emo” through Photoshop, or any other photo editing program! Email it to me, or post a link to the picture via a comment to this post!

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Youtube – Crazy Video

The video below is an instructional video on what to do if you are a Foreign tourist traveling in America. Make sure to get the key phrases “spare me my life”, “take anything you want”, and “I was robbed by two men”.

Winterbells – Completely beaten

Its all about the birds.
Basically, my score got so high that even though each bell was worth 11600 points, (that’s when I fell), the game limits the amount of characters in the score to 17. Each time I got a bell, the score would not always change because the game could not show the first digits of the number. It did after about every 10 bells. This means that my score was (rounding down) somewhere around 7,531,195,809,589,061,900,000. That is 7 sextillion points. Go ahead, try to beat my score. Leave a comment.
P.S. I have no idea how to use photoshop. I also have a witness. So get rid of that theory.

Updated

Birthday.

Winterbells is still addicting.  Ricky currently beat my score with 152 billion. Picture coming.

Winterbells

If you have not tried yet, you should play winterbells.
That is the highest I have gotten so far. If you get higher, post a screen shot, and I will put it up.

Update

I am not updating this as much as I used to. If you search “kathy evans millionaire” on google, this site is the second that comes up. Also, if you search waffle in google images, the fourth result is all me (fifth if you have safesearch on).

Seriously though, try to beat that Snowbells highscore that I had. Email me a pic of you beating it.


And if you enjoy crazy beards, do not click here. I am not responsible for anything on that site.

Most Addicting Christmas Game Ever

Thats right. 496,742,640. The trick is to get the birds (they double your score).

Go ahead, try to beat it.

Link to the game is here.

33 Names of Things You Never Knew had Names

1. AGLET

The plain or ornamental covering on the end of a shoelace.

2. ARMSAYE

The armhole in clothing.

3. CHANKING

Spat-out food, such as rinds or pits.

4. COLUMELLA NASI

The bottom part of the nose between the nostrils.

5. DRAG√ČES

Small beadlike pieces of candy, usually silver-coloured, used for decorating cookies, cakes and sundaes.

6. FEAT

A dangling curl of hair.

7. FERRULE

The metal band on a pencil that holds the eraser in place.

8. HARP

The small metal hoop that supports a lampshade.

9. HEMIDEMISEMIQUAVER

A 64th note. (A 32nd is a demisemiquaver, and a 16th note is a semiquaver.)

10-13. JARNS, NITTLES, GRAWLIX and QUIMP

Various squiggles used to denote cussing in comic books.

14. KEEPER

The loop on a belt that keeps the end in place after it has passed through the buckle.

15. KICK or PUNT

The indentation at the bottom of some wine bottles. It gives added strength to the bottle but lessens its holding capacity.

16. LIRIPIPE

The long tail on a graduate’s academic hood.

17. MINIMUS

The little finger or toe.

18. NEF

An ornamental stand in the shape of a ship.

19. OBDORMITION

The numbness caused by pressure on a nerve; when a limb is `asleep’.

20. OCTOTHORPE

The symbol `#’ on a telephone handset. Bell Labs’ engineer Don
Macpherson created the word in the 1960s by combining octo-, as in
eight, with the name of one of his favourite athletes, 1912 Olympic
decathlon champion Jim Thorpe.

21. OPHRYON

The space between the eyebrows on a line with the top of the eye sockets.

22. PEEN

The end of a hammer head opposite the striking face.

23. PHOSPHENES

The lights you see when you close your eyes hard. Technically the
luminous impressions are due to the excitation of the retina caused by
pressure on the eyeball.

24. PURLICUE

The space between the thumb and extended forefinger.

25. RASCETA

Creases on the inside of the wrist.

26. ROWEL

The revolving star on the back of a cowboy’s spurs.

27. SADDLE

The rounded part on the top of a matchbook.

28. SCROOP

The rustle of silk.

29. SNORKEL BOX

A mailbox with a protruding receiver to allow people to deposit mail without leaving their cars.

30. SPRAINTS

Otter dung.

31. TANG

The projecting prong on a tool or instrument.

32. WAMBLE

Stomach rumbling.

33. ZARF

A holder for a handleless coffee cup.

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