The documentary on Andre that aired the other day had about 5 minutes of interviews with witnesses recounting his flatulence. That's when you know you are special... when you die and people continue to talk about the power of your farts. Absolute Legend.
when you die and people continue to talk about the power of your farts in an HBO documentary
Am I the only one who just tears out and throws away the pages that I've read?
Those 1000 page fantasy paperbacks are a nightmare. I usually start by just tearing it in half. Once I get through the first half, I grab the second half.
EDIT: I meant recycle the pages. I don't throw away paper. I'm not a monster.
Well that's a new way of reading books. Are you also breaking your DVDs in half once you watched a movie?
They're being made into movies/TV series, but even if they weren't, you should read those nonetheless.
Another far less well-known one, but one you should keep an eye on, is Peter F. Hamilton's Commonwealth Saga (Pandora's Star, Judas Unchained, etc.).
That’s not trippy, that is addiction.
Edit: I am truly sorry if I ruined what was meant to be a joke. However, in my experience addicts will often “joke” because they are unable to ask for help. Even if this was posted on r/funny that doesn’t take away the implications of the statement and only adds to the stigmas of addiction. I can’t in good conscience without any real context, see someone say that they feel like drugs have made them become a different person and they have to pretend to be themselves. If that is a joke, it is a dangerous one that makes light of a global epidemic and we all have a responsibility to take it seriously.
2nd Edit: r/showerthoughts doesn’t imply that it is a lighthearted topic, from what I understand it simply is something thought of in the shower whether that is a very serious topic or not. Please correct me if I am wrong.