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What happens when you ask the hairdresser to braid your bubblegum pink hair:

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I dunno, but it sure is veiny.

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An exerpt from a post entitled:  "How to fix a broken cake.."

 

I don't know where to begin.

 

"Crystalize It

If your cake only cracked on one side, you can take advantage of trends and make a geode cake. The trick here is to cut an even bigger portion out of your cake, then frost it and fill the cavity with brightly colored rock candy, mimicking the crystal-filled rock formations for which the cake is named. Then practice saying it: The gaffe was intentional!"

 

Do watch the video.

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1 hour ago, food mom said:

An exerpt from a post entitled:  "How to fix a broken cake.."

 

I don't know where to begin.

 

"Crystalize It

If your cake only cracked on one side, you can take advantage of trends and make a geode cake. The trick here is to cut an even bigger portion out of your cake, then frost it and fill the cavity with brightly colored rock candy, mimicking the crystal-filled rock formations for which the cake is named. Then practice saying it: The gaffe was intentional!"

 

Do watch the video.

 

surely you know this site?

 

https://www.cakewrecks.com

 

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3 hours ago, lisa13 said:

are you sure that's fake?

 

she has a pretty great sense of humor

 

 

 

I did a little checking before I shared it...

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At first glance of the pic, thought it was Spider Pig looking for the best place to put a satellite dish. 

 

 

21 hours ago, Clive2677 said:

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21 hours ago, Alexnf said:

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Reminds me of Python's "The Word Fuck":

 

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Perhaps one of the most interesting words in the
English language today is the word fuck.


Out of all of the English words that begin with the letter "F",
Fuck is the only word that is referred to as the "F" word.
It's the one magical word, just by its sound can describe
Pain, pleasure, hate and love.


Fuck, as most words in the English language,
Is derived from German, the verb "ficken", which means to strike.
In English, fuck falls into many gramatical categories.
As a transitive verb for instance:
"John fucked Shirley"
As an intransitive verb:
"Shirley fucks"


It's meaning's not always sexual.
It can be used as an adjective such as:
"John's doing all the fucking work"
As part of an adverb:
"Shirley talks to fucking much"
As an adverb enhancing an adjective:
"Shirley is fucking beautiful"


As a noun:
"I don't give a fuck"
As part of a word:
"Abso-fucking-lutely" or "In-fucking-credible"
And, as almost every word in a sentence:
"Fuck the fucking fuckers"
As you must realise there aren't to many words with the versatility of fuck.
As in these examples, describing situations,
Such as fraud:
"I got fucked at the used car lot"
Dismay:
"Oh, fuck it"


Trouble:
"I guess I'm really fucked now"
Aggression:
"Don't fuck with me buddy"
Difficulty"
"I don't understand this fucking question"


Inquiry:
"Who the fuck was that?"
Dissatisfaction:
"I don't like what the fuck is going on here"
Incompetence:
"He's a fuck off"


Dismissal:
"Why don't you go outside and play hide and go fuck yourself"
I'm sure you can think of many more examples.
With all of these multipurpose applications,
How can anyone be offended when you use the word?!


We say use this unique, flexible word more often in your daily speech.
It will identify the quality of your character immediately.
Say it loudly and proudly...
"Fuck you!"

 

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As native Greek speaker I am often asked about the use of the word "malakas".

Literally translated it means "wanker", often it is used like "a**hole", among friends it is usually used like the german "alter" , and there are many other uses as well.

Nothing (NOTHING) though describes better the most common use than this picture :D :

 

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14 minutes ago, Alexnf said:

As native Greek speaker I am often asked about the use of the word "malakas".

Literally translated it means "wanker", often it is used like "a**hole", among friends it is usually used lik thee german "alter" , and there are many other uses as well.

Malaka pusti can mean "alter" as well or not? Pusti literally means gay or homosexual. I built up some useful vocabulary when I lived together with many Greek students in Manchester :).

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8 minutes ago, LukeSkywalker said:

Malaka pusti can mean "alter" as well or not? Pusti literally means gay or homosexual. I built up some useful vocabulary when I lived together with many Greek students in Manchester :).

 

Pusti means gay or homosexual, but it is actually quite vulgar and unpolite. I wouldn't use it as terms of affinity with a greek friend :D 

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