So I went on a vaca with the lady friend and planning another one next week for a little Valentines Day action so I thought I would share some essential pointers for vacation with your significant other. To combat cabin fever, it’s only the most rational idea to make a getaway to any fun-sounding spot closer to the equator. If you’re scouring cites for tickets and thinking an intimate vacay with your girl (or guy) sounds more optimal than the annual spring break bro riot, take these tips to have the best trip.
7 Take advantage of the spontaneous sex
Let warmer weather coupled with cold drinks, no work, and, oh yeah, a bed that you won’t be responsible for changing the sheets for be the ultimate trifecta to facilitate hours of physical bonding. Slap-happy experimentation awaits, if you keep up the front that your lady f*cking SCORED because she’s with such a rad dude who loves to go on vacation with her (she did!).
The rest of the essential vacation survival tips below
Here are a few real life last meal request from former death row prisoners. Now lets start an honest discussion and let me ask you what would your last meal on this planet would consist of? Me personally I would ask for two slices of sausage pizza from my local pizzeria, a plate of gravy cheese fries from a diner, a cherry Italian ice, 2 packs of sour path kids with 1 pack of Haribo gummy bears, a virgin Miami Vice, a tall glass of ice water, then finally wash all that down with a bottle of Johnny Walker blue label to go out drunk as piss.
More amazingly odd last meal requests below
Like anything else, drinking is fun and awesome, if done in moderation. There is a very thin line from going and drinking with your friends, to becoming a full blown alcoholic and going to the bar every day after work solo and drinking until closing time. Well if you wanted to know if your excessive drinking has contributed to your city being one of the ten drunkest cities in America congratulations, keep it up. Full list below for the biggest dead beat alcoholic cities.
Average drinks per person per month: 12.76
Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 7.1%
Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 21.8
Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 3.9
Average drinks, per person, per month: 12.06
Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 8.2
Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 19.6
Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 6.9
The rest of the drunk cities below
So over this weekend we reached over 1,000,000 hits on the site which is pretty rad. This site started a while ago, but only got serious about 8 months ago. We hope we have provided you with entertainment and a little bit of knowledge on your free time, or maybe we took valuable hours of productivity away from your job, which we enjoy as well, nothing better then sticking it to the man right. Either way we really want to thank all of our readers a bunch, we love providing you with the illest and most awesome information we can find, and we are glad you guys like checking it out. So thank you for your views, cheers, here is to the next million, and the next, and the next. Playing the track below on repeat all day, lets gooooooo.
When I saw that BBC was coming out with a tv series following up “Planet Earth”, which I routinely watched with a bunch of my friends in college every week, WHAT UP TEMPLE, yea we were fucking crazy. Anyway when I saw the trailer for “Human Planet” I was in awe, it looks unbelievable and I really can’t wait, here is BBC in their own words about the show.
A new TV series by the BBC:
Human Planet is an awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping, heart-stopping landmark series that marvels at mankind’s incredible relationship with nature in the world today.
Uniquely in the animal kingdom, humans have managed to adapt and thrive in every environment on Earth. Each episode takes you to the extremes of our planet: the arctic, mountains, oceans, jungles, grasslands, deserts, rivers and even the urban jungle. Here you will meet people who survive by building complex, exciting and often mutually beneficial relationships with their animal neighbors and the hostile elements of the natural world.
Check out the video below for a scene from the show, it is freakin gnar gnar.
If you’re planing to visit Amsterdam, one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in the world, there is one place that you shouldn’t allow yourself to miss – infamous Amsterdam Red Light District.
The whole low down on the amazing Red Light District below.
Facebook profiles are like belly buttons: Everybody’s got one. 1 out of ever 13 humans and three out of four Americans is on Facebook, and one out of 26 signs into Facebook on a daily basis. We could rattle off stats like that until the cows come home, but instead, we’d like to show you this fascinating infographic from SocialHype and OnlineSchools.org. Plain and simple you are probably obsessed, as long as you don’t play farmville or poke people on the reg. then you are just like everyone else, but once you start doing shit like that then you need to reevaluate your life.
More incredible information on facebook users below
We’ve seen some incredible time-lapse footage of New York City before, but Josh “Mindrelic” Owens ups the ante with his spectacular Canon 5Dmk2 footage of the Big Apple, day and night. It his own collection of his favorite shots around New York City, the greatest city in the world, enjoy. Music track: “down to the cellar” by Dredg
Isn’t he cute as hell. He has been adopted by April Parker and her two teenage daughters who found him in the animal shelter Mayflower where he had been ignored for a long time, probably because most people couldn’t see the beauty in him. Well, April had a different opinion, and now the pooch has a loving home and gracious owners. Ug is a two-year-old pointer cross with one blind eye and buck teeth, likely from inheritance.
More pictures and story continues below on this little rat
Joe Camel is trying his hardest to fit in with the Joe Cools of Williamsburg with an ad campaign aimed at hipsters. For the month of January, tobacco giant R.J. Reynolds plans to turn its Camel cigarette packs into an homage to the increasingly trendy neighborhood in Brooklyn. The packs will bear the neighborhood’s name along with pictures of the Williamsburg Bridge, the area’s iconic lofts and silhouettes of musicians. The neighborhood is one of 10 around the country represented in a campaign celebrating the lifestyle of Camel smokers. This might be going a little too far for most of the folks on Bedford Ave, although for them to agree with anything just wouldn’t be their style. The back of the pack reads..
Some call it the most famous hipster neighborhood but its not about being hip. It’s about breaking free. Its about last call, a sloppy kiss goodbye and a solo taunter to a rock show in an abandoned building. Its where a tree grows. Its camel in the Williamsburg corner of Brooklyn