Ok get you one of these in the six inch by twelve inch variety. Throw it in the freezer for a day. Next night after you work out put some socks on and put this on the floor below where you sit. Now keep your feet on it as much as you can handle until it gets warm. Now get up and walk around. You’ll see what I mean.
My #ChickenSalad is bigger than the #BullsvsHeat game. #NBAPlayoffs
Chicken Salad Anyone? #MasterChefSkunk
GPOY: Snooty new camera edition.
Ya know with all these effects built into all these cameras how are we to know just how good looking people are?
My sexy new girlfriend. This is the One! I’m sure of it. #HTCone
Finally got my White @ChandlerParsons #Rockets Jersey! They don’t make his in white so screw you.
Oh Hai! #SundayPic #Adidas4Life
According to the Hawaiian government, scientists, tourists and people living in the Pacific Rim region need to be extra cautious around geologically active volcanoes. Sharks, formerly restricted to living in the ocean for the last millions of years, have recently been discovered to have adapted to live in both water and molten rock.
In 2012 a total of four vulcanologists disappeared on three separate occasions while testing the lava in the magma flow of Hawaii’s most active volcano, Kilauea. Experienced scientists, the US Geological Survey team members can only have fallen prey to the appetite of the rapacious Pacific Lava Shark.
Between 1992 and 2011 at least 40 civilians (tourists and residents) have known to have died or mysteriously vanished while in close proximity to the pyroclastic rivers and surging calderas of the many Hawaiian volcanoes open to visitors. It is suspected that like the USGS members they too were seized by prowling Lava Sharks when they unwittingly ventured too near to the edge of the magma and came within reach of the hungry jaws of the apex predator.