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    Guys Gab

  • Why You Should Consider An Electric Car Over A Gas-Powered Car
    It is no surprise that electric vehicles are the thing of the future. There are exponentially more EVs in the market now than there were a decade ago. Not just people, big manufacturers are also realizing the potential of electric cars and are devoting their money and research into it.... Read more »
  • VideoThe Official Trailer For Jackass Forever Is Here, And It Looks Hilarious!
    I don’t know about you, but I have really missed the Jackass crew, watching Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Dave England, Wee Man, Danger Ehren, Preston Lacy and others doing hilarious, wildly absurd, and often dangerous stunts. Well you’re in luck people, because the gang is getting back together for... Read more »
  • 4 Tips For Greater Everyday Well-Being As A Guy
    In recent times, there has been an increasing awareness of the importance of safeguarding personal well-being, and having a bit of what is referred to as “self-care.” The thing is, this emphasis on self care and personal wellbeing hasn’t caught on with guys nearly as much as it has with... Read more »
  • Is It Possible To Increase Semen Volume With Supplements?
    I don’t know about you, but my favorite part of a porn scene is the ending, when the guy finally blows a massive load on his partner’s face (or ass, pussy, stomach, etc). Some of these guys are insanely talented, unloading rope after rope of sticky jizz into her waiting... Read more »
  • VideoBlue Origin’s First Passenger Spaceflight Was A Success
    Another week, another billionaire flying into space, am I right? 🙂 Last week saw Virgin Galactic successfully completing their first fully-crewed spaceflight, with company founder Sir Richard Branson coming along for the ride. As you can imagine, that had to annoy the crap out of richest man in the world... Read more »
  • Thong Battle: 07/20/21 – 07/27/21
    Welcome to the Thong Battle! Every Tuesday, you guys get to vote on which plump rump you like better. The winner moves on to next week to face off against another competitor. Last week’s Thong Battle wasn’t even close, with the bootylicious Natasha running away with 75% of the votes.... Read more »
  • How To Create The Perfect Playlist For Your Next Hangout
    You may be as little as a minute away from finding the perfect soundtrack to your life. For instance, you may be preparing for your morning run, but you need the ideal music to keep you motivated from start to finish. And maybe you are planning a road trip, but... Read more »

    Babes And Stuff

  • Cloud Atlas trailer
    Wachowski Siblings (no longer brothers, one of them changed sex) are preparing a new film. Cloud Atlas is a film...... Read more »
  • New “Skyfall” tailer
    Daniel Craig as James Bond will be in November in cinemas, but already you can see the latest trailer for...... Read more »
  • Cutest animal photos
    Animals can be wild and dangerous but can also be extraordinary sweet. We found for you the sweetest pet photos,...... Read more »
  • Grenade fishing in Russia
    Fishing is usually associated with peaceful hatching over water or a river waiting for the fish. Not in Russia! In...... Read more »
  • Girls with big tits and a round ass
    If you like girls with big tits and a round ass, we have something for you today. We present several...... Read more »
  • Meanwhile in Russia
    Yes, here’s another bunch of photos taken in Russia that prove the thesis that Russia is not a country, Russia...... Read more »
  • Girls with big tits and a round ass part 2
    So it is, the second part of girls with big tits and round ass. We know that you liked the...... Read more »

    Bright Side

  • 15 Celebrities With Hobbies We Didn’t Know They Had
    Just like everyone else, celebrities are looking for ways to relax and actually find an outlet that is separate from their daily jobs. From making snowglobes to bird calling, some of their hobbies might seem a bit random or even odd.... Read more »
  • 15 “What Am I?” Riddles for Kids That Can Even Challenge Adults
    Sometimes kids can be better at solving problems than adults, and it seems like they can do it in a blink of an eye. These riddles will prove that to be true and challenge you on a new level. A little hint: the best way to solve them is to take your time and find the clue that will lead you to the answer.... Read more »
  • 10+ Celebrity Twin Children Who Truly Are Mini Versions of Their Parents
    For some parents, the arrival of one or more children can be nerve-wracking, while for others, it’s almost a blessing from the heavens. Regardless of the circumstances, parents will always be more concerned about them arriving healthy into the world and having the best possibilities of achieving their dreams. That feeling has been felt by some celebrities who,... Read more »
  • What 19 of the Most Loved Celebrities From the Late ’90s Look Like Today
    Oh, the memories! Remember those happy days when we were just starting to go out to parties and we used to dance to Ricky Martin’s Livin’ La Vida Loca. We also admired and copied the style of our favorite actresses or singers like Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Britney Spears. And what about the posters of Brad Pitt or Brendan Fraser that... Read more »
  • 17 Situations Where Guests Took the Words “Make Yourself at Home” Too Literally
    Because of social media, people suffer more and more from a shortage of face-to-face communication. So, a normal visit to someone else’s place can become something special. But, alas, hosts don’t always feel the same. Some guests may leave a pile of trash behind, make the bathtub dirty, or treat themselves to the hosts’ soap.... Read more »
  • 8 Hacks That Can Make Wearing Socks Even More Comfortable
    It might seem that there’s no simpler or more insignificant detail in our look than socks — being clean is the only requirement for them. But this opinion is wrong. In fact, this mundane wardrobe item can drastically spoil a person’s look if some principles of wearing them are broken.... Read more »
  • 25 Photos From Movie Sets That Will Reveal the Intricacies of Actors’ Behind-the-Scenes Lives
    The times when we could say “How did they manage to do that?” while watching a movie have already been left in the past. It’s most likely that the answer will be quite simple—it’s all about visual effects and computer graphics. Experts can apply any background with the help of a green screen. However, there are still many... Read more »

    Nerd Ninja

  • Dune | Official Main Trailer
    Oscar nominee Denis Villeneuve (“Arrival,” “Blade Runner 2049”) directs Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures’ “Dune,” the big-screen adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal bests... Read more »
  • Random Pics 328
    Get your dose of the weird and random from the web.... Read more »
  • Burn Your Bra 6
    Once a protest against patriarchy and society standards, it is now a comfortable and empowering act.... Read more »
  • Muscle Cars 3
    These muscle cars are the staple of classic style and high-performance engines.... Read more »
  • Random Pics 327
    Get your dose of the weird and random from the web.... Read more »
  • Girls in Mesh
    Girls rocking mesh and fishnets... Read more »

    The Art of Manliness

  • Erich Fromm on Why It’s Difficult to Think Originally and Critically in the Modern Age
    Editor’s note: Erich Fromm was a German sociologist and psychologist of the 20th century. His most famous work, Escape From Freedom, examined a most interesting paradox: while human beings long for freedom, when they get it, they often experience it as disorienting and anxiety-producing — something to flee from, rather... Read more »
  • mp3Podcast #725: The Curse of the Self
    What a gift the human self is. It enables you to sense and reflect upon your own existence; examine the past and plan for the future; check certain impulses in order to reach for other aims; and conceptualize how others see you, allowing you to better connect with them. But,... Read more »
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Concrete
    Concrete is the most widely used building material on earth. Humans have been using it for thousands of years and have built impressive structures with it that have stood the test of time. If you’re a homeowner, you’ll likely use concrete for some simple DIY jobs: setting a fence post... Read more »
  • How to Jump From a Height Into Water
    It can be quite the summertime thrill to jump from a cliff or bridge into a body of water. But it’s not a thrill that should be engaged in recklessly. Although some professional divers can enter the water safely from more than 100 feet, chances are good that you’re not... Read more »
  • mp3Podcast #724: The Strange Science of Sweat
    Start jogging around the block, or simply sitting outside on a hot summer day, and you begin to feel moisture develop all over your body. Maybe a drop of sweat will roll down your face. Your clothes get sticky. You start feeling in greater intensity a process that’s actually going... Read more »
  • Sunday Firesides: Are You Making an Escape From Freedom?
    Freedom is a funny thing. Societally, individually, we struggle for it. Fight for it.  But when we get it, we often find we don’t like it all that much.  As freedom goes up, so do feelings of anxiety, restlessness, and insignificance. While freedom can be experienced as an exhilarating thrill,... Read more »
  • How to Make Coffee Like a Civil War Soldier
    For soldiers at war, there aren’t too many creature comforts at hand. Living conditions may be Spartan, food barely edible, and daily routines either terribly boring, or thoroughly terrifying, depending on proximity to the heat of combat. That makes the morale-boosters that are available all the more appreciated, and numbered... Read more »

    Atlas Obscura

  • 'The Brave Righetto' in Rome, Italy
    The Janiculum has become a memorial park dedicated to the legacy of the Roman Republic, a short-lived republican government that took over the city of Rome from the Papacy in the years of the Italian Risorgimento. This led to the unification of the country in 1861. Since 1849, this hill... Read more »
  • Tasmanian Devil Unzoo in Taranna, Australia
    The Tasmanian Devil Unzoo is the first of its kind in the world: a zoo with no boundary walls or enclosures, allowing its animals to roam freely and come and go as they please. Owned and operated by the Hamilton family since 1979, the attraction was originally called the Tasmanian... Read more »
  • VideoStudents Are Getting Paid to Poop at a South Korean University
    Flush an average toilet, and you’ll hear a wet woosh, as if someone is dumping a pot of water on the ground. Flush one of three toilets in a science building at South Korea’s Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, and it will sound a lot different—just a tiny... Read more »
  • Bottomless Lakes State Park in Roswell, New Mexico
    Despite their name, the bodies of water in New Mexico's Bottomless Lake State Park are neither bottomless nor lakes. The park is home to nine sinkhole-formed lakes, otherwise known as cenotes. These cenotes were made from limestone caves that eventually collapsed due to erosion from the Pecos River leaving what... Read more »
  • Watergate Fountain in Washington, D.C.
    Designed by Italian architect Luigi Moretti with input from Hungarian-born developer Nicholas Salgo, this fountain was constructed between 1964-1971. The elaborate fountain in Watergate East, with its bidirectional, multi-tiered, oviform cascades of white—complete with a stoic, water-spewing lion, is a picture-perfect complement to the complex.  Watergate East is the first... Read more »
  • For Italy's Musical Woods, Threats From Without and Within
    At the edge of the road there is a heap of about 200 spruce logs, each approximately 30 feet long, all felled by a recent, severe winter storm. It’s late spring, but the wood is still covered with a dusting of snow. A middle-aged man on his knees, wearing hiking... Read more »
  • Grotte di Osimo in Osimo, Italy
    Under the ancient city of Osimo lies a dense network of tunnels, passages, and underground environments dug at various levels. They are connected vertically to each other by wells or chimneys. The labyrinth of caves connects to a few notable palaces such as Palazzo Campana, Palazzo Riccioni, Palazzo Simonetti, and... Read more »

    Ruin My Week

  • Women Share The Most Disappointing Reason They Had To End A Relationship (17 Stories)
    It happens to us all — we’re in a relationship with someone and it’s just not working out. For whatever reason, it would be healthier to cut ties and move on. But sometimes, it’s really disappointing to have to break up. On Reddit, women are sharing the most disappointing reason... Read more »
  • 25 Things Millennials Want Boomers To Finally Understand
    It happens to us all — we’re in a relationship with someone and it’s just not working out. For whatever reason, it would be healthier to cut ties and move on. But sometimes, it’s really disappointing to have to break up. On Reddit, women are sharing the most disappointing reason... Read more »
  • Medical Professionals Are Showing What Childbirth Really Looks Like With Dummies On TikTok
    It happens to us all — we’re in a relationship with someone and it’s just not working out. For whatever reason, it would be healthier to cut ties and move on. But sometimes, it’s really disappointing to have to break up. On Reddit, women are sharing the most disappointing reason... Read more »
  • Women Are Showing Off Their Mom Bods On TikTok Because Dad Bods Always Get The Love
    It happens to us all — we’re in a relationship with someone and it’s just not working out. For whatever reason, it would be healthier to cut ties and move on. But sometimes, it’s really disappointing to have to break up. On Reddit, women are sharing the most disappointing reason... Read more »
  • A Marine Is Sharing Live-Saving Tips, Here Are 20 Great Ones
    It happens to us all — we’re in a relationship with someone and it’s just not working out. For whatever reason, it would be healthier to cut ties and move on. But sometimes, it’s really disappointing to have to break up. On Reddit, women are sharing the most disappointing reason... Read more »
  • Chef Asks If He Was Wrong For Modifying A Dish Even Though It Wasn’t Requested
    Look, working in a restaurant is hard. Really hard. For a server, keeping up with so many customers and orders while splitting checks is almost impossible. As a chef, working to complete all the orders correctly with different modifications while supervising everyone in the kitchen is no walk in the... Read more »
  • This Online Group Is Dedicated Entirely To Making Fun Of “Karens” (35 Pics)
    What is a “Karen“? If you don’t know by now, you’re a lucky person. According to multiple authorities from Urban Dictionary to The BBC News, a “Karen” is a type of middle-class (usually white woman, though, now it’s possible for any privileged person to become a Karen) who “demands to... Read more »

    Crack Two

  • Four Ways Online Research Communities Can Benefit Companies
    Online community research software benefits companies who need to do qualitative research. Communities can take the place of focus groups, which a are to set up with social distancing guidelines and only offer small samples. The technological tools available today are customizable to target specific groups, such as employees or... Read more »
  • 6 Benefits of Partnering with an Employment Lawyer
    Employment lawyers are essential in managing issues that arise between employees and employers. They offer legal representation and simplify the complex and ever-changing employment laws in different states. An employment lawyer is not mandatory in businesses or for employees, but they are strongly recommended for employers and employees. The following... Read more »
  • 8 Safety and Legal Risks of Driving with a Broken Headlight
    You’re on your way out and realize you’ve got a broken headlight. Is it still safe to drive? How quickly do you need to have it repaired? When you figure out your car needs a repair, one of the first things you’re likely to wonder about is how quickly it... Read more »
  • 13 Kinds of AI Impact on Manufacturing Industry
    AI, aka artificial intelligence, has a growing role to play in the day-to-day lives of workers, consumers, and society as a whole. In manufacturing, AI can cut costs, improve safety and efficiency, and produce more effective processes that allow companies the chance to move more product through to the next... Read more »
  • 8 Ceramic Coating Maintenance Tips for Your Car
    To a car enthusiast, ceramic coating is a status symbol. Whether it is installed by an auto shop or a professional detailer, or you prefer to go the DIY route, keeping a ceramic coated car in tip-top shape is critical. You can accomplished this by washing the ceramic coating as... Read more »
  • 8 Multiple TV Setup Ideas for a Single Space
    Whether you are planning a luxury home theatre, an outdoor cabana, a sports haven in your home or an entertainment centre for your business, you might be thinking about the best way to incorporate multiple TVs into a single space. Having more than one TV in the same area allows... Read more »
  • Video10 Best Ways to Crack Your Back Effectively
    A stiff back holds in tension, is uncomfortable to live with, and has a sense of restlessness or sometimes chronic pain attached to it. Unfortunately, cracking your back incorrectly can worsen an injury or cause one. It’s important to learn the right way to crack your back. This technique eases... Read more »
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    Tiny Buddha

  • The Abuse Behind My Happy Family Pictures (and Why We Should Talk About It)
    TRIGGER WARNING: This post deals with an account of physical abuse and may be triggering to some people. “There remains what seems to be an impenetrable wall of silence around violence, and we must all play a role in breaking … The post The Abuse Behind My Happy Family Pictures... Read more »
  • How to Stop Reacting in Anger When You’re Triggered
    “Freedom is taking control of the rudder of your life.” ~Yukito Kishiro “What’s for dinner?” It’s a simple enough question. Yet it’s one that has made me lose my mind at my husband on more than one (or ten or … The post How to Stop Reacting in Anger When... Read more »
  • Why I Don’t Define Myself as a Victim and What I Do Instead
    “The struggle of my life created empathy—I could relate to pain, being abandoned, having people not love me.” ~Oprah Winfrey See yourself as a victim and you become one. Identify as a victim and you give your tormentor power over … The post Why I Don’t Define Myself as a... Read more »
  • How to Stop Sabotaging Yourself and Feel Like a Success Even If You Fail
    “If you love yourself it doesn’t matter if other people don’t like you because you don’t need their approval to feel good about yourself.” ~Lori Deschene In 2010, after a surge of post-ten-day-meditation-course inspiration, I publicly announced to the world … The post How to Stop Sabotaging Yourself and Feel... Read more »
  • How to Access Awakened Consciousness Through Meditation [Free eBook]
    If you’re anything like me, you’ve likely tried meditation, or even adopted a consistent habit, only to question if you’re doing something wrong. You show up and put in the time, but despite your best efforts, you’re not reaping … The post How to Access Awakened Consciousness Through Meditation [Free... Read more »
  • 6 Mistakes We Make When Depressed or Having a Panic Attack
    “You are today where your thoughts have brought you; you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you.” ~James Allen When I was eighteen I went through a very stressful period, which led to the onset of panic attacks. I … The post 6 Mistakes We Make When Depressed or... Read more »
  • 10 Reasons Why I Ditched the Drink & What Happened When I Quit Alcohol
    “When I got sober, I thought giving up was saying goodbye to all the fun and all the sparkle, and it turned out to be just the opposite. That’s when the sparkle started for me.” ~Mary Karr Growing up I … The post 10 Reasons Why I Ditched the Drink &... Read more »

    Van Life Wanderer

  • How Many Days Do You Need At Arches National Park?
    (Photo by Elizabeth Iris) A few hours south of Salt Lake City is one of five of Utah’s National Parks: Arches. Replete with the largest concentration of natural arches in the world, there are 2,000 such features in this park. With so many awe-inspiring sights to see, surely it must... Read more »
  • VideoCan You See Arches National Park From The Road?
    (Photo by Dino Reichmuth) Four hours south of Utah’s state capitol is Arches National Park, a natural wonder that is home to the most sandstone arches (over 2,000 in only 119 sq mi!) on the whole planet. Formed millions of years ago, they’re a sight that continues to wow park... Read more »
  • VideoIs Glacier Point Road Scary To Drive?
    (photo by levi.bare) Known for it’s stunning geological formations, Yosemite National Park offers some of the best examples of North America’s landscape. Known for its waterfalls, El Capitan, and Half Dome, there is another peak that rises high above the park and looks out over many of the Park’s assets.... Read more »
  • Do You Have To Hike To See The Grand Canyon?
    Arguably the most famous National Park, the Grand Canyon is definitely one that people can identify from pictures. One mile deep and ten miles wide, it is home to the million-years-old Colorado River and its iconic red-rocked riverbed. Known for an intensive hiking experience down in the gorge, the Grand... Read more »
  • VideoIs Blue Ridge Parkway Safe To Drive?
    Built during the Great Depression in order to create jobs, the Blue Ridge Parkway is a tourist attraction that connects visitors to the surrounding area across Virginia and North Carolina. Since that desperate period in history has thankfully ended, the Parkway has continued to bolster local communities and connect them... Read more »
  • VideoCan You See Zion National Park By Car?
    National Parks make us think of the most beautiful nature scenes America has to offer. Many have their own histories of human development along with vast biological and geological features. Zion National Park in Utah is rich in both. Sometimes, visiting these National Parks can be a pain if you’re... Read more »
  • VideoIs Titus Canyon Dangerous To Drive?
    (photo: Stan Shebs) Death Valley is the 5th largest National Park in America and the largest one in the lower 48. An already imposing name, it’s also home to an equally nerve-wracking road: Titus Canyon. Despite being a one-way, unpaved route, it’s “the most popular back-country road in Death Valley... Read more »