/r/Trees is a friendly subreddit (or forum) on Reddit for pot smokers to hang around and talk about marijuana-related stuff together. Sometimes they get a little... sidetracked though. They have a scale that goes from (totally sober) to (this guy). These are some of our favorite posts which we've set to stock photos. These posts are all on a level. Because, let's be real -- if you're a , there's no way you're going to be able to type a coherent sentence on Reddit. They're pretty ridiculous. Enjoy!
As you may have heard if you logged on to the Interwebs today, Yahoo bought Tumblr for $1.1 billion, and immediately freaked out basically everyone on Tumblr. Didn't Yahoo realize that they're dealing with a community of unemployed millennials who have nothing to do with their time but make GIFs and memes? Because that's what happened. Here's how Tumblr is reacting to becoming part of the Yahoo community.
If you've never seen half of a bell pepper that looks like a face, you need to do one of two things; either A) eat more vegetables, or B) look at these pictures. Actually, it probably wouldn't hurt to do both.
You know how sometimes you're walking through Times Square, and it reminds you a little too much of 'Blade Runner,' then you get an email on your hand-sized computer/phone, and you have a massive panic attack because THE FUTURE IS NOW?!!!!! This video does not help that feeling. At all.
'Arrested Development' mania is really picking up as we near the release of the show's long-awaited fourth season on Netflix. Here's a little bit of goodness to help you make it through the next nine days. It's Tobias Funke's "Sizzling Reel," which is just Tobais Funke (David Cross) green-screened into a bunch of different movies for your viewing enjoyment.
Internet superstar Ze Frank has made a video documenting the diary entries of sad cats. If cats could write a diary, and their brains followed the same brand of logic that human brains do, we imagine this is exactly what a sad cat's diary would be like.
Once you see one reversed GIF, you kind of want to see every GIF reversed. Aladdin becomes the kind of guy who steals food from orphans, heroes become jerks and the "Stop Girl" seriously wants you to stop. Like, now. These are a few of our favorites.
CeCe Bruce had been working at a Steak n' Shake in Indiana for two years when she received the tip of a lifetime. After watching Bruce deal with some rude customers, a regular tipped $446 on her $5.96 check -- that's a 7,000 percent tip.
One Today Show reporter in Australia had a real Ron Burgundy moment. It seems Roz Kelly will also read anything that's on the teleprompter. Fortunately, her co-anchor Karl Stefanovic didn't put an F-bomb in there like Veronica Corningstone, but he did get her to imply that she enjoys the "cookies" in Amsterdam.
Forget (if you haven't already) milking, planking, hadokening, any of those-ings that were internet fads for a hot minute. They've been replaced. They're done. Koalaing -- that's the trick o' the day. It involved clinging as tightly to a pole or tree as possible like a koala. It's pretty adorable. Check it out.
A group of teens had a legendary prom night, for a rather unusual reason. They didn't set a new high school keg stand record -- they stopped on the way to the dance to rescue some people who were in a car accident.
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