da flyest chicks!
lol I was just watching this JC Penny commercial about guys being sent to the dog house and all the guys on there were complaining about how sexist and misandric it was.
I was just like damn… my how the times have changed! shit!
So much moe animes lately. Guess you can say moe money moe problems.
do you ever slap down colours and then go “ok but how do i get to the part where it actually looks better” umm
all the fucking time
Office Assistant - in progress.
oh my god
Remember when floppy disks could save/destroy the world?
1MB was a dangerous thing
DON’T COPY THAT FLOPPY!
- Dag Nabbit
- Fiddle sticks
- jumpin Jehoshaphat
- Gosh darn it
- well what do ya know
- they guffaw
- Why I oughtta
- Thats nonsense
- Im outraged
- Hey Buddy
- Lay it on me
- Im So Ghetto
- wanna smoke some pot
- My best friend is black
lol you forgot flabbergasted XD
u heard it here first, folks
lmfao!!!!!!!! hussie knows good shit! XD
Getting busy might sound like a good way to pass the time on long space journeys, but it may not be the best idea, experts say.
If humans attempt to push the boundaries of exploration, space-based procreation will be an essential part of keeping a crew alive for the lifetime of a mission to a distant star. However, scientists don’t know how safe sex in space and childbirth may be.
NASA officials have long maintained that there has never been any hanky-panky between the space agency’s astronauts on the International Space Station or during space shuttle missions, which ended in 2011.
In light of the nonprofit Inspiration Mars Foundation’s recent plan to send a married couple on a 501-day manned mission around Mars in 2018, however, the first documented case of human sex in space might be on the horizon.
“Well, I’m sure that the couple chosen for the Inspiration Mars plan will have sex in space,” Laura Woodmansee, author of the book “Sex in Space,” told SPACE.com in an email. “No doubt there! I think that’s kind of an unwritten requirement. That’s why, I suppose, the foundation is planning to send a married couple.”
But doing the deed in microgravity might be a tall order.
“Sex is very difficult in zero gravity, apparently, because you have no traction and you keep bumping against the walls,” biologist Athena Andreadis of the University of Massachusetts Medical School told SPACE.com in 2011. “Think about it: you have no friction, you have no resistance.”
does seem fun though