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Part of being human is living in a state of perpetual fear that disaster might strike at any moment. It could be anything from the Earth stopping to getting pelted in the face with a snowball. If the latter seems infinitely less disastrous to you, then you don't take snowball fights seriously enough. Maybe you're laid back about taking a frosty projectile to the cheek. After all, it could always be worse, right?
I meant that last question more as a hypothetical, but I guess this proves it. Not only would this hurt more, but it looks like it's also gonna smash her glasses. God bless photographers with a high shutter speed and unbelievable timing.
The expressions on these mens' faces tell you everything you need to know about them. The guy throwing the sledgehammer is a sadist that finds untold glee in harming others. The other guy is more invulnerable than Superman and finds life lacks no thrills anymore.
"Nobody's paying any attention to me. They think old Sal is past his prime. I'll show all of them. I haven't lost my edge." – Sal's last words before having his jaw wired shut.
This image raises so many questions:
1. How did this even happen?
2. Why does the dog look so bored doing this?
3. A question that possibly answers the previous question, is this the canine of that bored guy about to be sledgehammered in the face and shares his master's abilities?
If your cat ever does this, it's trying to tell you something very important. Namely, stop placing its dinner in such a precarious position. Bubbles shouldn't have to do a Spider-Man heroic dive just to grab a snack.
Ever have a sneaking suspicion that nature wants to kill us all? This animal is definitive proof of that. My main question is whether this goat was a pet that had enough, or it broke into their home and wreaked havoc.
Nature may seem cruel for trying to kill us humans. But sometimes, it makes perfect sense. Always be aware and respectful of your surroundings, especially near babies and their angry parents.
Nature doesn't just try and kill us humans, nature also spends most of its time killing other nature. Look at this brutal image. Some photographers spend years and take thousands of shots to get a picture this perfect.
"Here's to our engagement, Jess."
[Alcohol stings the cuts made by the flying glass shards.]
"Glad we're not superstitious, otherwise we might take that as a bad omen."
"Okay, I'll let you ride the ATV for five minutes, but only if you bring your little brother along."
"I think that's a bad idea, Grandma."
"What, you think he won't be able to hold on?"
"No, I think it's a bad idea you're letting me, an eight year-old, operate this vehicle."
"Okay, Tommy, tell Daddy what you learned today."
"If you put an Altoid in diet soda, it burns your eyeball. Also, Daddy will think it's hilarious."
It's not just kids that learn something new every day. Adults continue their education for a lifetime. For example, this photographer learned that maybe pictures should be taken before the kids go out for sardine and cottage cheese pizza.
Molly Ringwald never had it this bad. Use this as another opportunity to learn. Never, ever sneak up on someone when a delicious delicate dessert is dangling in danger.
They say you can't have your cake and eat it, too. That's really only true if you have butterfingers, like this lady. Please be more careful with cakes. They can be so amazing, and it's a shame to see them go to such waste.