A conversation takes an unexpected turn:
Can you image being this cat? Being inside your whole life, looking at the outside world through at best a window, and one day being able to actually go out? What a look on his face.
It used to be that the word “Professional” was a positive compliment. However if you observe carefully, the meaning of the word itself have shifted over the years. Nowadays at best it’s a neutral and meaningless compliment, and at worst slightly insulting. Use this as a test. Imagine you’re at the funeral of a loved … More The corruption of the word “Professional” and what it entails
In light of the upcoming elections in the U.S, I figured this analysis on democracy as a form of government itself from Beaver would be relevant. As an added bonus, further analysis was provided by a mysterious stranger using a picture of a chicken as their avatar. I think the most interesting point made by … More Beaver transcript: On Democracy
A woman sends an invitation to her wedding to the wrong person. Hilarity ensues, and one of the best wedding pictures ever is created.
When you hear the phrase “What would Jesus do?” uttered or written in everyday life, it’s always implied, often smugly, that Jesus would be nice – more specifically, tolerant and compromising. One Christian anon disagrees, and proposes that Jesus would perhaps flip a table. He presents a very different view than what is commonly espoused … More What would Jesus do? Perhaps he’d flip a table
The expression on the cheetah’s face is priceless.
One anon makes a horrible mistake at interpreting his mother’s intentions:
Like most people, I simply saw unions as an arbitrarily good or bad thing without giving the topic much further thought. This essay by Beaver provides an in-depth analysis on why unions are needed, why they go bad and subsequently end up loathed, and ultimately how they work and how they could be fixed. Some … More Beaver transcript: On Unions
Not sure to laugh or cry over this, but this is definitely a day when real life transcends fiction in strangeness: Three Arizona caregivers thought a mother named “Amy” had hired them to help her adult son who had Down syndrome, according to authorities. Police said “Amy” would send text messages detailing any instructions she … More Man faked being retarded so he can get women to change his diapers – when real life becomes stranger than fiction