All knowing Snapple. . Actually, Lisa Holst |: _ 1__ dished that made up Tatt in 1993 to prawn haw: ;,' mads up trivia spread around the. I'm confused...so do we or do we not eat spiders in our sleep? Does this mean i don't have to ducttape my mouth anymore? All knowing Snapple Actually Lisa Holst |: _ 1__ dished that made up Tatt in 1993 to prawn haw: ; ' mads trivia spread around the I'm confused so do we or not eat spiders our sleep? Does this mean i don't have ducttape my mouth anymore?
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#1 - huntergriff
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I'm confused...so do we or do we not eat spiders in our sleep? Does this mean i don't have to ducttape my mouth anymore?
#38 to #1 - anon id: a6546fb3
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You never eat the spiders, they stay in your throat.
User avatar #49 to #1 - zetsumeitaka
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It's rare but it happens, We actually eat far more spiders than that Simply through Bits and pieces of them being in much of the food that we eat.
#74 to #1 - anon id: 6c8e8409
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they will go through your nose,
User avatar #78 to #1 - onceman
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You've probably heard a bunch of explinations, but just think about it. There's no way to test how many spiders we eat while we sleep.
User avatar #92 to #1 - ivoryhammer
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Spiders are programmed to stay away from warm, moist areas, and guess what your mouth is?
#7 to #1 - bluemagebrilly
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It's generally assumed you don't actually do this. The spiders 'may' crawl up your mouth while you sleep and be devoured by you, but it's not as common as you think unless they're extremely small, which would make them more dust than spiders.

So... Yes, you might still have to, but it isn't as common as you think unless you have a huge amount of spiders in your house laying eggs.

I almost typed 'laying legs.'
#5 to #1 - perfectmoment [OP]
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then they just crawl up your nose.
then they just crawl up your nose.
#6 to #5 - huntergriff
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#8 to #6 - carbohydrates
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I actually haven't seen that one yet.
I actually haven't seen that one yet.
User avatar #10 to #1 - sciencexplain
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No. You might eat about one a year if you're unlucky, but you usually cough them back up. When asleep, your brain does not focus on digestion, so you technically wouldn't eat it. Instead, reflex muscles would make you cough heavily and you wake up. How many times does that happen? Not often enough to make this true.
User avatar #18 to #10 - zeusx
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but that's ******* wrong. spiders don't crawl into people's mouths. think of how retarded it would be for any species to willingly crawl into the mouth of something several times its own size. for what possible reason would a spider do that? spiders aren't that stupid.
User avatar #19 to #18 - sciencexplain
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No, YOU are wrong. They do it at night, when you are sleeping. If you sleep like a regular person, they won't see that you have a massive body. They see you as an idle object that emits noise and that noise will attract them. They crawl into your mouth, a dark orifice that is a suitable environment for them and they don't know that it is where they will die. They think your mouth is a cave where they can find safety from the bastards attacking them in the house. They may not be stupid, but they aren't smart enough to avoid us. Anyways, it hardly ever happens. About 85% of people don't have spiders crawl in their mouth at all when they sleep. So **** you.
User avatar #22 to #19 - Benry
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I hate to say it sciencexplain, but you're wrong here. There hasn't been a documented case where a spider has willingly entered someone's mouth while they're sleeping.

www.burkemuseum.org/spidermyth/myths/whileyousleep.html
User avatar #23 to #22 - sciencexplain
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I never said it was voluntary. I'm saying it is accidental. I've had spiders in my mouth before, but I'm sure as **** they didn't do it voluntarily.
#64 to #23 - adamks
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From this information I have extracted that sciencexplain in fact eats spiders purposefully.
User avatar #66 to #64 - sciencexplain
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It crawled into my mouth and I gagged and it woke me up. Must have been a stupid spider because my snoring should have frightened it away.
#68 to #66 - adamks
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nah, dood, you eat spiders, that's what I'm stickin to.
User avatar #70 to #68 - sciencexplain
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OK then.
User avatar #25 to #23 - Benry
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I'm not doubting your claim here, but there just hasn't been any evidence for it at all. It might be for a lack of any real studies done on it, but no one has been observed it happening. So far, it's just urban legends and myth that spiders even accidentally crawl into people's mouths.

Unless, of course, you are citing a study done on the topic, in which case, my apologies.
User avatar #27 to #25 - sciencexplain
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I have no citations, but that burke museum one isn't as I see it, a good enough citation material. There is no certification displayed and the people that have performed it aren't detailed with qualifications. There is no solid answer for it because all spiders can have potential to behave differently, so my point is as valid as yours. I have personal experience, but it isn't enough to make a paper on it. Either point is equal and I defend the point I am better versed in. It's moot now.
User avatar #29 to #27 - Benry
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That's fair enough. Perhaps some arachnologist can perform an actual study someday and get a definitive answer.
User avatar #32 to #29 - sciencexplain
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I'm surprised it hasn't been done already. Also, get in here zeusx, you massive cunt. Look. This proves that it has not been confirmed on either side, so sit the **** down you pretentious twat.
User avatar #33 to #32 - Benry
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I wouldn't get into an argument with zeusx if I were you. I mean, he does control lightning and all that jazz.
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User avatar #34 to #33 - sciencexplain
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I hope he ***** lightning so the bowl splits and the lightning reverberates and jolts his inner organs and fries him from the inside.
User avatar #39 to #33 - zeusx
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benry, i want to thank you for being rational here. thanks for actually taking the time to go throught he argument and seeing that sciencexlpain is just plain wrong. youre very level headed and thanks for sticking up for what i said.
User avatar #46 to #39 - sciencexplain
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Oh, how level headed to accept you as a god of lightning.
User avatar #37 to #32 - zeusx
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1. learn to read cunt, nobody said "overreacting", the word you're looking for is "overreaching" which describes perfectly what you are doing thinking that some ****** degree in a science that is not even recognized as a science in the scientific community gives you any higher standing on ************* spider behavior.
2. this entire time youve only been arguing about how false and untrustworthy my examples are when in reality you haven't proven a goddamn thing. youve started with ad hominem attacks and have backed nothing up.
3. its up to everyone to decide what a real science is. if i decide to start studying something and make **** up without observations or logic than that is not scientific. forensic science is a pseudoscience, www.popularmechanics.com/science/health/forensics/4325774
4. you are pathetic and have no leg to stand on. pretending to be more intelligent than other people in areas you have no experience in and then dismissing their arguments on the most childish bases

eat a dick you massive cunt
User avatar #40 to #37 - sciencexplain
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Oh, how fun to use the 2 point system:

1. Scientific community encompasses all qualified scientists. What reason do you have to state whether my science is legitimate when there is no proof you are in any scientific field? One ******* webpage doesn't make you the god of knowledge about this and even if I don't know ******* everything about spiders, I KNOW what I'm talking about when it comes to scientific fields.

2. I'm not backing up because IF YOU READ YOUR ******* NOTIFICATIONS, you would see that I resolved it. I stated that I was wrong and there was no solid answer for either side to dispute over, but of course you didn't ******* read that. And anyways, citations are not a "childish" base for dismissal. Citations are the dependance for all papers and publications that can be trusted and used to prove anything in this world.

My argument, as you are putting it, is in effect as good as yours. You've got no basis, I have already resolved the original argument point but you seem to continue, but the only thing you are doing is bashing a science that you haven't studied, yet you think a few ******* uncited webpages make you the ultimate genius of. I don't PRETEND for my knowledge, I do research and use factual citations to prove that I am right.

You eat a dick. You have no arguments left to work, cause you know **** all about my science and think you're absolutely ******* amazing. Next time, try not to pick an argument with somebody who has a background you know **** all about. I hope someone jams a can full of angry wasps up your asshole.
User avatar #43 to #40 - zeusx
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you keep parading around pretending to be an actual scientist when the truth is that your field is widely dismissed by the greater scientific community. i never claimed to be a god of knowledge, only a person who has seen the conclusions that many reputable and established researchers have drawn from their extensive experience. you've been dismissing my points all this time because you can't bear to say how wrong you are. you say you admit it but keep offering the caveat that my claims are just as unfounded as yours, which in fact they aren't. that's false equivalency if i ever saw it because you can't offer a single citation, official or not, on your claims whereas i've given multiple examples of people who ostensibly know their **** dismissing the very notion of what you've said. you have anecdotes, i have researchers. you haven't resolved anything until you admit that you are unequivocally wrong and that what i've said carries much more weight than what you've said. you have zero standing on this topic and any other topics that aren't expressly tied to forensic science (which as i've said, is hardly science at all).
User avatar #45 to #43 - sciencexplain
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By scientific status, I'll accept that forensic science is a pseudoscience. But, as I see it, it is as legitimate a science as any other field that can be studied in a University institution. Why do you need "researchers" to tell you if a science is a real science or not? It's status is mainly spoken of subjectively, and many forensic scientists would definitely consider that it's mainly ignorance on their part and that they seem to have a problem personally with the science. I know this is a bad analogy, and I don't really like BBT, but it's like Sheldon's view of Geology. It's status as a science is that to the whole gang, except for Sheldon, Geology is a science. It's status is then demoted by him and only is less than that in his view. It really doesn't need researchers and excessive **** like that, but I understand that your view of it is based on acceptance as regarded by most scientists and I appreciate that you view it with such scientific regard and not a personal dislike for me that clouds your view. Still, this has really derailed from the main point. So, if you will, may this argument end? I want to go play GTA.
User avatar #51 to #45 - zeusx
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alright, we can let it end right here. i didn't mean to insult you or your field, at least until you started insulting me. i can let bygones be bygones.
User avatar #52 to #51 - sciencexplain
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******* hell. It went from an argument about spiders, to throwing expletives at each other, to disregarding my science as part of the traditional sciences to a relatively professional resolution.
User avatar #53 to #52 - zeusx
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well that's funnyjunk for ya. i'm willing to work with anyone if we can both agree on our faults.
User avatar #54 to #53 - sciencexplain
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And I'll admit, I was a massive cunt in that argument. More than was necessary. I was actually thinking of taking up a new science course to enhance my portfolio. I wasn't sure, but Physics seems much more fun than Chemistry was. Do you have a qualification or go to University?
User avatar #55 to #54 - zeusx
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not at all. i'm just really interested in the sciences and i guess i have kind of an analytic mind. i make no claims to being an expert on anything but i do enjoy learning about a lot of things. i'm a junior in high school right now considering what i might want to study in college. physics is cool but i personally prefer chemistry. physics just seems like too much of a theoretical field to keep my attention for to long. i may be wrong though
User avatar #69 to #55 - sciencexplain
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Yeah, this thread has had its ups and downs. And I like you. You're one cool guy who doesn't afraid of anything. And if I ever do sell out a concert, or even make it a tiny bit, I'll remember to show you my success. Now, go find that redheaded vixen and hit that. I believe in you, man.
#71 to #69 - zeusx
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good luck in everything you do bro.   
today was a good day
good luck in everything you do bro.
today was a good day
User avatar #60 to #55 - sciencexplain
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(reply limit reached) I'm from the UK. And I get you. I have a dream and it's more ambitious and harder to achieve than yours. But it's about what we all want, and some people are content with less. But I will try my absolute hardest and if I don't make it, at least I tried. But to be able to play Vans Warped Tour or Download would just make me so happy. If I could headline Download or sell out Wembley Stadium, my life would be complete. I want to be the next Synyster Gates, blended with a lot of Eric Clapton.

I hope you get what you want in life. And I hope your girlfriend is beautiful and you **** like rabbits every night for the rest of your life until you can't walk anymore. Who knows. Maybe someday you might be famous. I know what it's like to be famed on this website, and it's a bit weird but fun to wake up to loads of notes. I just hope you get to do what you want in life and your girlfriend is as hot as Hayley Williams. (Dear lord, the things I would do to Hayley Williams.)
#96 to #60 - fridginator
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Wow.. So much hatred turned into so much love.
User avatar #65 to #60 - zeusx
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that's the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me. you ******* rock dude, i hope you get to play sold out concerts all around the world. also, i know exactly what you mean to getting notifications like that. makes my heart beat that much faster. and jesus christ are you spot on with that hayley williams thing.

this thread has been one hell of a roller coaster.
User avatar #56 to #55 - sciencexplain
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I want to take the other course and see what it's like. Apparently, when you get to University, Physics at high school is what you end up doing in Chemistry at Uni and vice versa for Physics, but I don't understand how. Forensics was a specialist course, but it's 4 years for a Masters in Chemistry. Thing is, I have lots of stuff I want to do and find that I'm so lost with what I want to do. Really, I want to make Music my career but only in a band. I don't want it to be about qualifications and ****, but just making a career out of my fans and how much they like me. But everybody has dreams, most don't come true.
User avatar #85 to #56 - Benry
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I see you and zeusx settled your differences.
User avatar #59 to #56 - zeusx
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yeah, it sucks. especially wanting to do something creative just because of how hard it is to make it. its almost like the lottery. i know i don't have any answers. i mean i pretty much don't have like an overarching goal in my life. only to live comfortably and meet a nice girl i guess. i'd say follow your dream but i know how easy it is to get discouraged and i don't want to tell someone they should do something without recognizing how hard it is. can i ask what country you're in?
User avatar #90 to #23 - gharshi
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uh, dude I'm not an expert here, but I'm pretty sure claiming facts based on personal observations is a big no-no in the science world
User avatar #106 to #90 - sciencexplain
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Were it in a paper or official document, then it would be wrong. Simply saying you've had an experience that contrasts with given information isn't wrong in the slightest, but this is all over now. I've made a new friend from this.
User avatar #102 to #90 - theonlybatman
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But, its evidence
#86 to #19 - equesticle
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Whats attacking them.
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User avatar #88 to #86 - Mushinoiki
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I find those in my house from time to time. You would assume they are spawned from satan's ass crack but they're actually pretty cool dudes, eating spiders and stuff.
User avatar #104 to #88 - equesticle
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i know i find as well i love how the stay out of sight and keep your house spider free
#89 to #19 - anon id: a01e4479
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Actually, the spiders are very terified and don't even come close to sleeping people, and that's a fact, because it makes me calm and if it were to be the other way around, I would stop sleeping because I would be scared ********, so please let's stick to this version, thank you.
User avatar #105 to #89 - equesticle
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i dont see how thisis true because i was on my laptop in bed and a spider walked across my screen not giving a **** at all
User avatar #87 to #19 - Gandalfthewhite
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i heard the noise deter's them, a big loud moving thing wouldn't be an ideal place to stay
User avatar #109 to #87 - Gandalfthewhite
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true dat i can't be asked to even read half of this ****
User avatar #107 to #87 - sciencexplain
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I don't even ******* know anymore. This section turned ******* wild...
User avatar #20 to #19 - zeusx
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mentalfloss.com/article/50951/how-many-spiders-do-you-really-swallow-your-sleep
sit the **** down cunt. you don't just become an immobile object when you go to sleep. you're still breathing and more than likely your body or tongue is going to move. no spider is going to want anything to do with that ****. add to the fact that most spiders use webs to catch prey and wanting to hide in a warm mist hole is just not evolutionary helpful. you are a goddamn moron who doesn't deserve to be sciencexplain.
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Wow, you really are full of ****. 2 points for you, before you start *********** on this website:

1. Mentalfloss is not a valid site for citation. It's a ******* magazine company. Are you aware of how much **** they churn in their content? Any argument you make against me is invalid unless you provide a certified citation to counteract my argument. That website is worth **** all, and just because it has blue links doesn't make it good enough for me. Give me a legitimate citation that has been written up by qualified scientists and examiners and then maybe you have a ******* purpose in this "argument".

2. I'm hardly a ******* moron. With a Master's Degree in Forensic Science and a functioning knowledge of this world, I'm not exactly low enough to fall into the "dumbass" category you think somebody is just because you can't accept their argument graciously. Learn to ******* structure a proper argument, you ignorant *********.
User avatar #26 to #21 - zeusx
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you want a citation? alright asshole, here you go-www.burkemuseum.org/spidermyth/myths/whileyousleep.html
from a man who is PAID to know **** about spiders and the museum he works at. how about you cite where you got the "statistic" of 85% of people not having spiders crawl into their mouths.
also i have serious doubts about your expertise in anything related to the topic at hand. nobody gives a **** about your masters in forensic science (which in fact is hardly a real science newsroom.ucla.edu/stories/how-scientific-is-forensic-science-82933). learn your limits asshole, you are clearly overreaching.
as a side note extensive education in anything is never a guarantee that a person isn't an idiot and is even right more often than not. **** right on off you prick.
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And once again, here we go with the 2 points:

1. Burke Museum isn't a "citation". You clearly don't know how proper citations work, so let me ******* educate you. Official citational levels require evidence of qualification by the person who performs the detailed work, and there is no qualification displayed legitimately, nor is there any evidence that the Burke Museum is considered good enough for citation.

2. It's not up to you or anybody else to deem what a "real" science is. Forensic science is, of course, a real science. It helps trace paths of criminals, solve crimes and understand subjects such as guns, bullets, impact wounds, weapons, mentality, body behaviour and many other subjects. I don't need UCLA telling me what my ******* subject is and if you had any knowledge about science or education, you would know it is a legitimate science. You shouldn't have to rely on a ******* website to state how legitimate a science is, but of course you know **** all about it so you're using a website to stand up for your own biased and uneducated point.

I'm hardly overreacting at all, but merely pointing out why you're a massive steaming pile of **** that has let this whole argument derail. I've stated that I am aware there is no solid evidence to prove either point, yet you continue to babble **** as if it were proven. It's a moot point and unless a counterargument within a paper has shown it, either side is as equal as the other.

Extensive education is a prime example of why I'm not an idiot. An idiot couldn't learn all the technique and research work methods required to get a first class honor for it. So it seems to me that you should be ******* right off, you prick.
#24 to #21 - savvasp
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You right now
You right now
#31 to #24 - anon id: 15e4a7fd
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Not really. He's giving **** to people for 'not having sources' when he doesn't have any of his own. 'Oh I'm so smart I have a master's degree' because clearly no ignorant idiot can get one.

He's mad people are calling him out on it and he can't find sources to back his own misguided opinions up.
User avatar #48 to #31 - sciencexplain
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Aww, how sweet. But anon comments aren't worth ****.
User avatar #62 to #48 - bobthejob
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I just witness an Argument if you eat spiders in your sleep or not because of a Snapple Cap ******* Snapple and their delicious drinks I thought Spiders went to your mouth because they are attracted to the warmth it puts out.
User avatar #63 to #62 - sciencexplain
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Never had the drink.
User avatar #67 to #63 - bobthejob
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Well they say are all natural drinks and they produce both tea and fruit drinks. I just finished one, so that is relevant their Apple Flavored one taste like an actual apple. The facts I got was Alligators go through 3000 teeth in a lifetime and Children have more taste buds then adults, which might explain why we like bitter things as we age.
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the tea ones are the best.
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This took me way to long.
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I'm sorry, I've been here for 2 years (lurker for a year and a half) and I still don't get why dickbutt is banned. Why? Sorry, I'm probably just stupid.
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Its considered **** by google adsense. Without adsense funnyjunk would make almost no money and would shut down. That is why admin created the mods to censor any slightly **** content or comments that might make google angry
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Google ruins everything fun. Ah well, thanks for the explanation!
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No problem!

Also google is not all the bad, they have the absolute best advertising service out there.
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They pretty much murdered the youtube comment sections
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that's true :/
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#81 to #50 - lolzee
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Have a thumbbutt
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Richard Keister... Dear god that's amazing.
#75 - anon id: 4b233b8a
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...But Lisa Holst was never a real person.
User avatar #77 to #75 - mereglim
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(04/19/2014) [-]
Exactly. Lisa Holst made up Lisa Holst in 1993 to prove how quickly made up trivia spread around the internet.
#47 - grimmwaters
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(04/19/2014) [-]
Now I know why my mouth tasted so funny..   
   
Damn you Spiderman!
Now I know why my mouth tasted so funny..

Damn you Spiderman!
#35 - warnly
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(04/19/2014) [-]
no straight thinking spider would approach a human   
they're more afraid of us than we are of them
no straight thinking spider would approach a human
they're more afraid of us than we are of them
User avatar #44 to #35 - frankhh
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(04/19/2014) [-]
It jumps when it walks, kinda cute
User avatar #57 to #35 - theonewhoderps
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(04/19/2014) [-]
yeah that explains why they crawl on me all the damn time, they don't bite ( at least I think they don't) they just walk on my arms.
User avatar #84 to #35 - pootismang
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(04/19/2014) [-]
But would a gay thinking spider do it?
#73 to #35 - yacchatta
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(04/19/2014) [-]
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User avatar #72 - Whetstone
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(04/19/2014) [-]
I remember getting a snapple fact that said "Most of these facts are not true". And then the whole paradox of that cap kept messing with me.
User avatar #11 - sciencexplain
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(04/19/2014) [-]
**sciencexplain rolled comment #227291 ** :
absolutely **** all mate

gg
What I read on my Snapple cap. I don't even know what the **** a snapple is. We don't have that here in the Uk.
#79 to #11 - danster
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User avatar #108 to #79 - sciencexplain
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(04/20/2014) [-]
Nah. I don't like Snapple. (I don't even know what it tastes like.)
User avatar #12 to #11 - fullpotatomode
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(04/19/2014) [-]
A terrible drink IMO that gives you some random fact/advice for the future on the bottom of the bottle cap
#13 to #11 - shadowvision
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(04/19/2014) [-]
Fruit juice.
#28 - miilkbone
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(04/19/2014) [-]
Her jawline is masculine as **** and I happen to be somewhat jealous.
Her jawline is masculine as **** and I happen to be somewhat jealous.
User avatar #3 - papaspipi
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(04/19/2014) [-]
**papaspipi rolled comment #8506022 ** :
how far has it gone?


What I read under my Snapple cap
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