cracked:

There’s no disguise so nefarious as a blue vest.
4 Idiotically Easy Ways People Faked Their Own Identities

#4. Teen Claims to Be Walmart Manager, Walks Off With $30,000
For most people, getting fired from a Walmart is a bittersweet moment — bitter because you’ve lost a means of income, and sweet because you don’t work at Walmart anymore. For one 17-year-old from Oklahoma, it was an opportunity to show up at another Walmart in his old uniform, go to work at the register, and walk off with $3,000. Noticing that nobody even questioned who he was, he dared to dream bigger: He went to a second Walmart, claimed to be “a manager from another store,” and asked to “inspect” their money.

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cracked:

There’s no disguise so nefarious as a blue vest.

4 Idiotically Easy Ways People Faked Their Own Identities

#4. Teen Claims to Be Walmart Manager, Walks Off With $30,000

For most people, getting fired from a Walmart is a bittersweet moment — bitter because you’ve lost a means of income, and sweet because you don’t work at Walmart anymore. For one 17-year-old from Oklahoma, it was an opportunity to show up at another Walmart in his old uniform, go to work at the register, and walk off with $3,000. Noticing that nobody even questioned who he was, he dared to dream bigger: He went to a second Walmart, claimed to be “a manager from another store,” and asked to “inspect” their money.

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Because yes.

stand-up-comic-gifs:

He’s just mad because he can’t acquire all the apple juice that I’m acquiring. (x)

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tastefullyoffensive:

How the dinosaurs really went extinct. [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

How the dinosaurs really went extinct. [x]

lol

Infinite Chocolate EXPLAINED

imageI don’t own this, BUT THANK GOD I FOUND IT. 

lauradesanta:

Infinite chocolate!

lauradesanta:

Infinite chocolate!

Our thirst for more Internet seems to be insatiable. According to the latest data from broadband network solutions provider Sandvine, fixed network data usage increased by 120 percent in the past year in North America. The average household now uses about 52GB per month, up from just 23GB last year. That’s about 81 hours of streaming video and unsurprisingly, Netflix is responsible for 33 percent of downstream traffic, followed by YouTube and regular HTTP web browsing traffic. Report: North American Internet Data Usage Up 120% In The Last Year, Netflix Still Responsible For 33% Of Peak Traffic | TechCrunch (via infoneer-pulse)

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Aww.

Aww.