darwin award!

anonymous asked:

in your opinion, what would be the most embarrassing death for the person to discover themselves as an ajin?

probably something like looking into the gun? :D super stupid, will provide this newly discovered ajin with  Darwin Award and black matter at the same time

Too Clumsy To Take Over The World

A few months ago I bought a reinforced extra long charging cable for my phone so I could roll to the other side of the bed while charging my phone. It worked fine and I love the product.

However, this morning I woke up short of breath because I managed to get tangled in the cable and it was strangling my neck as I slept.

It’s my own fault. Also my fault in the same 24-hour window: tripping on the extra long charging cable while trying to connect the charger to my phone.

I think INTPs might be at the highest risk for accidental suicide–seriously. I feel like we put ourselves at risk while we “experiment” with dangerous stuff without the proper gear all the time. Then we do something stupid like choking yourself by getting tangled in a charging cable while sleeping or slipping on a piece of cookie that someone dropped on the floor and nearly falling flat on your face.

Man Dissolved in Acidic Water After Trying to “Hot Pot” Soak in Yellowstone National Park Hot Pool

He and his sister were trying to “hot pot,” or soak in the water.

An Oregon man who died in a Yellowstone National Park hot spring and dissolved when he fell into the boiling, acidic water, was looking to soak in the water, park officials said in a report.

The report, which followed a Freedom of Information Act request from KULR, found that Colin Scott, 23, was looking for a place to “hot pot,” or soak in the streaming waters—a practice forbidden by the park—with his sister in June. He “was reaching down to check the temperature of a hot spring when he slipped and fell into the pool,” the report said, quoting his sister Sable Scott.

Search and rescue rangers who looked for Scott found his body in the pool, along with his wallet and flip flops, but their recovery efforts were thwarted by a lightning storm. The next day, they could not find any remains because of the acidic water quality.

“In a very short order, there was a significant amount of dissolving,” Deputy Chief Ranger Lorant Veress told KULR.

mankidemes  asked:

I find it a bit weird that you are still joking about a tragedy. I mean people die in school shootings...

People are joking about a lot of stuff and people are laughing about a lot of stuff.
I will never not laugh about School Shooting Jokes. Do you know why?
First things first:
America. They just don’t get that they could easily end all the school shootings in the US. But instead of doing so they just don’t because the Bill Of Rights and its second amendment is holy.
As long as this issue is still a thing I will laugh about it because it seems like they want the things like they are.
Let’s wait for the next Dylan and Eric Bromance.
Secondly I laugh about everything and I don’t care about how seriously it is.
Jew Jokes? Hitlerious.
Jokes about races, stereotypes, school shootings, racism, handicaped people.
If it’s funny, it’s funny.
Last but not least:
People die everyday. It doesn’t matter if they die in a car accident, in a fire, murder, suicide or school shooting.
Sometimes even murder or suicide is funny. I mean can you imagine that people killed themselves while looking into a shotgun with their last words being said “I bet I can shot myself into the face without dying”. Darwinism.
That’s why there is a Darwin-Award.

This blog is made for people who share the same humor as I have.
If you’re triggered just leave the blog please and try to ignore it.
I mean I’m not a gore blog.

The Kids wanted books but they got magazines. ;)
Don’t take life to serious.

anonymous asked:

You know, I ALMOST feel bad for any paparazzi who bother Vader the week of Empire Day and the twins' birth. Almost. (Though, I don't feel bad at all for the ones who both bother Vader AND are disrespectful of Padme's memory that week. Those ones were clearly in the running for Darwin Awards.)

One wonders, do they have an equivalent of the Darwin Awards in the galaxy far, far away?

If so, the Space Paparazzi probably has their own subcategory consisting of:

•the guy who jumped out of a dark alley to ask a nervous Han Solo a question

•the droid who asked Xizor what happened to last month’s girlfriend

•That one reporter who was making fun of a chef and implied that it wasn’t that hard to properly prepare moonglow

The guy who started aggressively peppering Luke with very personal questions about his past and his relationship with his father while said father was standing right there

•the lady who made insensitive comments about Alderaan while in a five minute barrage of questions at a diplomatic function where she only asked Leia about what she was wearing

•The one who actually started questioning (on air! On the anniversary of her death and the twins’ birth!) how or why any woman would tolerate Vader enough to marry him, let alone start a family with him. You could actually see their fellow anchor dying on the inside the longer they kept talking.


Do you see what happens when you interfere with natural selection? The next time you see an idiot who is moments away from winning their Darwin award, let them!

Where is the ER fandom at?

Seriously? I mean this. I literally grew up watching ER and I have a special place deeply entrenched in my heart for each and every single member of the stunning cast of ER, each beautifully written character and heartwrenching sadness and uplifting joy.

You want a show that handles topics like HIV/AIDS, Homosexuality, Transgenderism, Cancer and other serious illnesses both physical and mental in a mature, realistic manner, without reducing the diverse world to simple arrogantly designed stereotypes?

How about a show that says everything that is wrong with North American medical facilities and national medical budgeting in a simple, effective manner?

A show that takes these well-written, strong characters, these very real people and puts them into everyday and not-so-everyday Emergency Medical situations?

Where a large part of the events that happen in the show are based on events that have happened to real hospitals in the US?

E-muthafuckin-R, my darlings.

Plus, hey guess what? The cast is stellar and when I say stellar is mean literally star-studded. Check this out:

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Noah Wyle, also known for The Librarian movies, playing Prof. Kenneth Monnitoff in Donnie Darko, as Tom Mason in Falling Skies, and for his time spent contributing to the international non-profit organization Doctors of the World and to his work as a member of the Human Rights Watch Council.

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Laura Innes, made her film debut in Brian De Palma's The Fury (1978), played the role of Jody. She then played the daughter to Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara in the short-lived television sitcom The Stiller & Meara Show (1986). She’s also appeared in Warehouse 13Awake, and The Event.

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Maura Tierney, recently known for her roles in The Good WifeRuth & Erica and Rescue Me. Also known for The Whole Truth and Liar Liar. Personal Quote via IMDB: “I diagnosed my husband’s recent appendix attack. At first, he didn’t believe me. He was having pain in his lower abdomen and felt nauseous. He also had a fever which I said was suspicious. I even did a stomach press check and I knew. Still, I got out my medical textbook they gave me on ER (1994) and said, ‘Let’s go to the real doc.’ He said, 'It’s just the flu.’ Of course, they admitted him and took out his appendix. Now he’s like, 'Get over yourself. You’re still not a real doctor.’

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Yvette Freeman, this beautiful lady has done Days of Our LivesThe Bold and the Beautiful, and a ton of other stuff. She’s one of the longest serving recurring characters on the show ER, having appeared in every season since 1994. She was also in the sitcom Working from 1997 until 1999, while still appearing in ER. In 2002, she lost 110 pounds due to health complications and diabetes and now speaks as a positive advocate for weight loss

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Goran Visnjic,  known for voicing Soto in Ice Age and portraying Dragan Armansky in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and roles in TV series' Red WidowPan Am and TV mini-series The Deep. Also his role in Practical Magic as Jimmy Angelov. Goran has a heart of gold. In 2002 he donated 1000 pounds in prize money that he won on a Croatian quiz show, giving it to the country’s theatres. At the time, he had never been on a TV quiz show.

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Anthony Edwards, know for various roles such as Fast Times at Ridgemont High character Stoner Bud, Andy Quinn in It Takes TwoRevenge of the Nerds character Gilbert LowellZodiac character Inspector William Armstrong, and Hank Galliston in Zero Hour. Not to mention Lt. Nick “Goose” Bradshaw in Top Gun.

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Eriq La Salle, Mike Rivers in One Life to Live, Daryl Jenks in Coming to America, Frank in Jacob’s Ladder, Andrew Evans in The System, UN Secretary General in 24, George Lumas in Blackout, and Evan “E-Mo” Morris in A Gifted Man. La Salle wrote, directed and produced two short films that won awards at the Worldfest Houston film competition and the USA Film Festival. He also knows Martial Arts.

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Alex Kingston, if you’re on Tumblr and you don’t recognize Alex Kingston then something is very, very wrong. Her recurring Doctor Who character River Song should be well known on this site. Beyond that she has also been in Upstairs DownstairsPrivate PracticeMarchlandsHope SpringsSordid ThingsWithout a TraceThe Poseidon Adventure, and a slew of other movies and series’.

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Sherry Stringfield, After working a short time in a theater box office, she accepted a 3 years contract as character Blake in the daytime drama Guiding Light. After a short break, spent with traveling, she played Laura Kelly on NYPD Blue, an made appearances in various other works. Sherry received, for her character Dr. Susan Lewis on ER, three Emmy nominations for Outstanding Lead Actress on a Drama Series as well as a Golden Globe nomination and a People’s Choice Award nomination for Favorite Female Performer.

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Abraham Benrubi, with appearances in shows like Married with Children and Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, his portrayal as a Troll in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, his character in Wristcutters: A Love Story and the countless other things Abraham has done over the years, he’s one of the best.

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Mekhi Phifer, who has acted in Torchwood as Rex Matheson, Lie to Me as Agent Ben Reynolds, Puff, Puff, PassDawn of the Dead8 Mile and more. Along with the Pennsylvania-based charity organization, The Vine Group, he donated over $100,000 in scholarships, books and computers to Ibadan, Nigeria, where the Mekhi Phifer Education Center opened in 2005 to help poor children get an education.

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Ming-Na Wen. That’s right, I said Ming-Na Wen. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Ming-Na Wen. Eureka Ming-Na Wen. SGU Stargate Universe and Two and a Half Men Ming-Na Wen. Chun-Li from the live action Street Fighter movie. The voice of Mulan and Spawn’s Lisa Wu/Jade. Badass Muthafucka Ming-Na Wen who plays Dr. Jing-mei “Deb” Chen in ER.

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Julianna Margulies, known for The Good WifeCanterbury’s LawThe SopranosThe Lost RoomSnakes on a PlaneThe Darwin Awards and Ghost Ship, among many others.

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George Clooney, and I ask you, do I really need to do a blurb for George “the Amazing Actor and Yet Still the Worst Batman Ever” Clooney? This man has done more good movies than I can remember all of the names of, but I will always remember him first and foremost as Dr. Doug Ross on ER, the playboy ER pediatrician who falls in love with Julianna Margulies’ character.


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Scott Grimes, a.k.a. Dr. Archie Morris on ER. Probably better known as the voice of Steve from American Dad!, and Kevin Swanson from .Family Guy. He’s been in a slew of other things. But for years I loved him as Dr. Morris, competent and intelligent, but also silly/goofy and adorable.

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William H. Macy, known for FargoMagnoliaJurassic Park IIIPleasantvilleShamelessThe Tale of DespereauxNightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King, and Mystery Men. To name a few.

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Parminder Nagra, an amazing actress known for The BlacklistPsychTRON: UprisingAlcatrazElla EnchantedBend It Like Beckham, and Goodness Gracious Me, to name a few. A portrait of Nagra, painted by Stuart Pearson Wright, hangs in London’s National Portrait Gallery.

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John Stamos, probably best known for playing Uncle Jesse on Full House, has appeared in a slew of other things as well. Of all of them, ER is my all-time favorite. 

Seriously, if you aren’t an ER fan yet you need to get your ass on watching all fifteen seasons, like, yesterday. Do it.

Too bad to check: Westboro cult vows to travel to Iraq to protest ISIS

They call themselves “Westboro Baptist Church,” but I refuse to refer to them using the words Baptist or church because they are neither of these things.  They are a cult and a hate group, and it really isn’t more complicated than than. 

The Westboro cult was recently challenged by British talk show host Adam Hills to protest someone who actually is an affront to Christians: ISIS, who beheads and crucifies Iraqi and Syrian Christian men, women, and children in the streets. 

Here’s the clip from Hills’s show (PROFANITY WARNING…there are some f-bombs in here):

Shortly after the show aired, the Westboro cult accepted Hills’s offer via Twitter:

If this actually happens, you’re going to be hearing about these people on the Darwin Awards.

anonymous asked:

The realization that people want Widow to step on them is twofold, first, you realize that there are people into weird shit. Then, you realize there are people who want the SPIDER to stomp on them. That's the point where you question why you bothered getting out of bed.

“People into weird shit.” I uh. I hate to break it to you, but that’s not the weirdest kink out there.  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 

On that note, though: yeah. Those boots? The Darwin Awards exist for a reason.