A fairly large list of funny Tumblr stuff.
Another lists awaits for when all done with this one.
With just a little creativity and a dash of abstract imagery, almost any noun and verb combination can become a decent sounding insult, you lemon-lipped crotch-punch. Twitter users took the time to come up with and share their own. For some more pointed insults, here are rare insults that struck people to their core.
If you thought tech companies couldn't possibly release a product more stupid than Tesla's Cybertruck, you'd be wrong! Apple just released its most expensive product ever today: the Mac Pro, which has a $6,000 base price and - get this - can cost all the way up to just over $100,000 if you want the absolute most powerful Mac that money can buy.
Purchasing the wheels alone will cost you a cool $400. Apple, you're just trolling us at this point, right? Honestly we think this computer is just some sort of weird flex for the disturbingly wealthy.
All we're saying here is, this damn thing better turn into a flying car, or have the ability to cure cancer or some sh*t.
Flying is grand, isn't it?
Well, the idea of flying somewhere is grand, the execution....not so much. Unless you're wealthy and can afford anything more than economy, then we're sure flying is always fun for you. But you are not allowed to talk to us. Ever.
The rest of us, the economy crew, we're basically stuffed in like sardines -- breathing in all of each others germs, stenches and whatnot. And there is no escape.
There is no "you" anymore, you have all become one and you overhear some weird/dumb things that'll have you thinking, "I'm sorry... what??".
These are just a few of overheard things on a plane:
The U.S. military has a vision for the future, and it involves cyborg soldiers that have cybernetically enhanced sight, hearing, strength and the power to remotely control weapons and be controlled. It sounds a little Terminator-y to us, and experts don't think humanity is ready for the ethical dilemmas it proposes. Interested in other futuristic technology? Check out this emotionally intelligent robot that was sent to the Space Station.