He can't be trusted at house parties with acacia leaves. (via)

At this point there isn't a moment of human experience that isn't photographed and instantly uploaded to Facebook for all to share. Life is contained in the Facebook photo albums now, so when you comment on a Facebook photo you're essentially commenting on life itself. You can choose to resignedly click "Like" on life like so many over-medicated cult members who are lying to themselves. Or you can do like the commenters gathered here, who deserve awards for their attention to detail and their willingness to turn a glimpse of another person's existence into something we can all laugh at.

They served to protect his right to shop. (via)

Debbie dumpling downer. (via)

Sounds like a good deal unless it's purple. (via)

I want to see Facebook's translation of "LAZORCAT." (via)

Never going to sell that thing now. (via)

Updated 11/3/14:

And is someone supposed to be Cupid in this scenario? (via)

Might've been. Wasn't. (via)


Get a storage closet! (via)


Google Glass? (via)

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