Relief worker in Afghanistan finds relief for himself.
Mom didn't sew his name into this one. (via)
The Guardian cares about those who care. As part of their Humanitarian Contacts Project, they asked individuals engaged in humanitarian work to show and tell about the "unexpected essentials that come in handy."
Humanitarian Dave Higgins, a relief worker in Afghanistan, submitted this picture of his gear along with the note "We have to travel light here, so no luxuries: first aid kit, water filter, emergency rations, flesh light, sleeping bag ground sheet, knife, and distress beacon."
I always forget to bring the fleshlight. You know, the flashlight-shaped tube people stick their dicks into to simulate being inside an orifice. That thing.
Apparently, The Guardian agrees with Higgin's survival gear, because they went ahead and tweeted it out.
In fairness, they did ask for items that "come in handy."
(by Myka Fox)