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  1. 33 minutes ago on C'est la Vie


  2. 35 minutes ago on F Minus

    Just don’t lift the pan- never mind too late we lost the patient

  3. 39 minutes ago on The Argyle Sweater

    Would-be class clown

  4. 42 minutes ago on FoxTrot

    He hasn’t lost his touch

  5. about 1 hour ago on Daddy's Home

    “Ladies First”! That way you get a great view and, if she loses her balance, a chance to cop a feel

  6. about 1 hour ago on PreTeena

    More like “help me…”

  7. about 15 hours ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    No need for any kind of cushion; my excess body fat covers that quite nicely

  8. 1 day ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    The fact is, under normal conditions, the rotational dynamics of the spinning front wheel specifically work to keep the bike stable. When you’re riding, the bike itself actually wants to stay up and will do whatever it can to keep you from falling over. To see this, take a bicycle wheel and casually flip it down a hill. However you flip it, unless you deliberately flip it sideways, it will quickly right itself and roll all the way down the hill. Tha That’s also why coins roll for such a strangely long time before falling over.

    That said, one of the first things you need to learn is when and how to bail. I’ve fallen off a few times since turning 60 (because of unusual circumstances) without any problems. When you see yourself about to lose control, jump, drop, roll and bounce right back up. If there is turf anywhere reachable, aim for it

  9. 1 day ago on The Meaning of Lila

    Why? Your life is as shallow and pathetic as anyone could reasonably hope for

  10. 1 day ago on For Better or For Worse

    How the terrible twenties go is largely determined by how you handle the terrible twos