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In the history of Tee Kwon Do,
Chuck Norris was the first person
from the West to be ranked a tth
Ill']' -.''] Degree Black Belt Grand Master.
when you put a seashell next to your
ear, it' s the sound of your blood surging
in your trains. not the ocean.
Whatever" has been voted the most
annoying word in the world for 3 years
in a row.
Too much homework can cause
stress. depression. and eaten lower grades.
You can not dream of strangers. The
people you see. but dent know, are of
people you' seen at some point In
your life!
when you kiss , 200 million germs
passed between the mouths
An Indiana State Prison he
murderers adopt cats in their cells.
Laying your head on a cool surface can
help you sleep better, that' s my most
people prefer the colder side of a pillow.
Anthrophobia is the fear of staying
single.
There' s an MMI! chance that m you' re
IE its older. you‘ ye already met the person
you' ll marry.
When a male penguin falls in love
with a female penguin, he searches
the entire beach to find the perfect
pebble to present to her.
When In , the human mind tends
to Ignore a person' s fiat's causing it
to be difficult to leave someone who
causes you pain.
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#33 - drewbridge
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(11/22/2012) [-]
It's NOT the ocean?

Some ******* sherlock holmes **** up in here
#7 - doctorque
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(11/22/2012) [-]
The scientists have accounted for the leap years. Do not worry, the date is correct.   
   
Tough obviously not much will happen.
The scientists have accounted for the leap years. Do not worry, the date is correct.

Tough obviously not much will happen.
#63 to #7 - anon id: d216c3f3
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(11/22/2012) [-]
Half right--the mayan calendar was based on the lunar cycle...so, no leap years at all. Still thumbed though.
User avatar #161 to #63 - ilikebigdick
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(11/23/2012) [-]
when scientists calculated it, they did it with the Gregorian calender. The mayan calender is the mayan calender, december 21, 2012 is the end of the 12th baktun on the mayan calender
#201 to #161 - mrmoosemoose
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(11/23/2012) [-]
Correct, although I think it is the 13th Bak'tun that we are coming upon. At least that is what I was told in my Archaeology class.
User avatar #237 to #201 - ilikebigdick
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(11/23/2012) [-]
yeah, aka the end of the 12th baktun
#241 to #237 - mrmoosemoose
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(11/23/2012) [-]
Awh dang I misread it, my bad.
#80 to #7 - funnyjunknsfwsecti
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(11/22/2012) [-]
Actually, the Mayan calendar was lunar-based; the Julian calendar was the one which didn't account for leap years.
User avatar #39 - Jackimole
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(11/22/2012) [-]
"There's an 84% chance that if you're 16 & older, you've already met the person you'll marry."

That is probably the most deceptive piece of data that I've ever read in my entire life.
#159 to #39 - anon id: c442765b
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(11/23/2012) [-]
I got happy like a schoolgirl when I read that.

dunno why I even said that, gonna get thumbed into oblivion
#75 - bumblebeepeepee
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(11/22/2012) [-]
>84% chance that if you're 16 & older, you've already met the person you'll marry

Thanks OP, I'm turning thirty-five this December and I'm still a virgin loser who has never even been in a relationship. I guess I'm really the odd one out.
User avatar #118 to #75 - FAILtim
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(11/23/2012) [-]
i'm part of the 16% too. i'm 22 and gave up completely.
#196 to #75 - hazardpay
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(11/23/2012) [-]
(sorry for tough love coming up)
are you doing anything about it? are you going out to cubs at night or bars or anywhere? your not gonna meet someone in your house unless she's a mailwoman, get the **** out into the world and meet someone! or go back to school, go to college or highschool if your a dropout, save up money if you have a job if you dont have one, get one. only you can fight the dissapointments in your life, no one ever finished an i spy book by looking at the cover. take control and dont let life pass you by. i believe there truly is someone for everyone, you just have to find them. i hope this causes a change in you bro, good luck out there is you take this advice
#81 to #75 - ultimateninja
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(11/22/2012) [-]
you'll find someone man just keep your chin up.
#87 to #81 - bumblebeepeepee
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(11/22/2012) [-]
Most of my friends from high school are actually already married or in a relationship. I graduated highschool 18 years ago, and I still have a ******* ****** job working as a local pool cleaner. It's barely enough for me to survive let alone enjoy anything, while my roommate has his girlfriend over all the time. I weigh 270 LBs so I really don't have an exactly healthy lifestyle. I ******* hate my life, both of my parents died in a car accident 7 years ago so I really have no one to turn to but the internet. I live in a ******* slum but everywhere around me seems to be a hell of a lot nicer (i guess that's why I can pay the rent) and everyone I knew has had a nicer life than me. I've also spent some time homeless before (a couple of months before I could actually decide to save money up to buy some equipment for the job i've got and finally able to make do in an apartment). I've tried to kill myself multiple times (one by hanging, one by gunshot) but I failed both times because I keep ******* pussying out. I don't see really much to live for anymore but I survive anyway. People have a better life than me. I guess they're just really the fortunate ones.

But maybe because I just choose to live it why I keep going on. Hopefully I'm going to have purpose maybe by the time I hit 40, who knows.
User avatar #96 to #87 - twinkynator
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(11/22/2012) [-]
Chin up mate, a big change in your life could be just around the corner.. Why did you let it get this far though? Personaly, i turn everything bad that happened to me into motivation to be stronger.
User avatar #92 to #87 - arandomanon
Reply +2 123456789123345869
(11/22/2012) [-]
Wow man, I was having such a bad depression but read your post made me feel a bit better
I'm sorry
User avatar #167 to #87 - haydn
Reply +1 123456789123345869
(11/23/2012) [-]
Personally would love to help you, but I'm unable. Always here if you need a stranger to talk to.
User avatar #139 to #87 - giblets
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(11/23/2012) [-]
Dude, you gave me a huge feel.

Now, go out there and go get the life you deserve, go for runs in your spare time to lose the weight, take a college course (Or whatever the equivalent is in your country) get some qualifications, add them to your CV, look for jobs all the time, you'll find a better one, go out and meet new people (I know this is a hard one).

You can be passive and wait for things to happen, but unfortunately they probably wont, or you can go and make things happen for yourself.

Become Alpha, don't wait to become it.
#117 to #87 - MasterManiac
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(11/23/2012) [-]
That is seriously the saddest thing I've read in ages. I hope you manage to find your purpose in life man.
#240 to #87 - ultimateninja
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(11/23/2012) [-]
Oh my god man y..you made me have a sad.
User avatar #127 - successfully
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(11/23/2012) [-]
I've said it before, and I will say it again.
The Mayan Calendar does not count in years, nor months, nor days. The Mayan calendar counts in lunar and solar cycles. So **** all yall and your ************************************.
User avatar #136 to #127 - neededllama
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(11/23/2012) [-]
It's also not calling for the end of the world, it's a circle, and it cycles, and every time it recycles, a world power or empire has fallen, a plague has broken out, or 1/3 of the world's population dies.

I'm thinking that Pakistan and India start nuking each other, and the first one is sent near the solstice.
User avatar #21 - Savlonade
Reply +21 123456789123345869
(11/22/2012) [-]
oh great. I hate my wife already.
#156 - snaresinger
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(11/23/2012) [-]
While the Mayan calendar did not account for leap years, the date 12-12-2012 was not on the calendar- it was extrapolated by mathematicians who DID account for leap years. The Mayans didn't even use our number system, the date had to be calculated by modern people. But that doesn't matter, because the Mayans didn't predict the end of the world. They had several calendars-- a lunar one, a farming one, a seasonal one, an astronomical one, etc. They also had one called the Long Count, which was basically supposed to be a universal calendar starting from some distant-past point (supposedly the beginning of the universe), something like our AD (CE for historians) system- basically, it's revolving around a predetermined past point. The Mayans made this calendar to stretch as far into the future as they could, and their last count simply happened to run out on 12-21-12. So what happened when it ran out? Nothing-- they simply made a new damn calendar. No predictions.
#163 to #156 - gjsmothefirst
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(11/23/2012) [-]
I think this applies. Not to your comment, to the Mayans-predicted-the-end-of-the-world ********.
I think this applies. Not to your comment, to the Mayans-predicted-the-end-of-the-world ********.
User avatar #165 to #163 - snaresinger
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(11/23/2012) [-]
Haha that's a great .gif. Have a thumb.
#153 - poniesfuckedmeover
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(11/23/2012) [-]
This one made me lots of good feels.
#180 to #153 - justthisonepost **User deleted account**
Reply +2 123456789123345869
(11/23/2012) [-]
I love being the 16 percent
#38 - TARDIS
Reply +8 123456789123345869
(11/22/2012) [-]
For the last time, the mayan calendar is made out of 3 calendars. The predictions come from the long count, the longest of the 3. The long count is not use yeas just days. So when calculating when the end of the long count would happen on the gregorian calendar, the one we use, it would have been done with the days. So leap year would have been accounted for.   
   
Also it is not an end of the world prediction but one of great destruction and then rebuilding. So a time of change, not end.
For the last time, the mayan calendar is made out of 3 calendars. The predictions come from the long count, the longest of the 3. The long count is not use yeas just days. So when calculating when the end of the long count would happen on the gregorian calendar, the one we use, it would have been done with the days. So leap year would have been accounted for.

Also it is not an end of the world prediction but one of great destruction and then rebuilding. So a time of change, not end.
User avatar #107 to #38 - thirdasscheek
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(11/22/2012) [-]
WW3
User avatar #192 to #38 - chezburgadominator
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(11/23/2012) [-]
Everyone thinks that the world will blow up or something retarded. I'd like to beleive it's just something like 2 countries going to war, or it might even be related to this Isreal crisis thing we have going on now.
User avatar #17 - jacencaedus
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(11/22/2012) [-]
I love how people don't think of the fact that the scientists who translated the damn thing probably did take leap years into account