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u/kinematografi · 5 pointsr/pics

Okay, ironic is a slippery word and it's meaning is very specific and a bit esoteric. However, like "pretentious", many people nowadays use it to describe something a little different from what it means. In this use, I meant it in the sense that kids wear and purchase things that they don't necessarily genuinely like, but wear for a value of humour.

For example, the Three Wolf Shirt gained a lot of popularity in "hipster culture" because it was "cool", but not for the reasons the creators intended. Hip kids who wear it are not especially fans of wolves or The Mountain's other designs but found a special absurdity in this particular design.

So, a GnR shirt might be worn "ironically" by someone who wants to invoke a sense of nostalgia or humour (especially with a more over the top design, like this) but doesn't actually listen to or even respect the band. They wear it strictly for its fashion properties.

This gets really murky when kids who actually love a band like GnR (or Poison, Scorpions, etc.) wears a shirt like this, but wears it in this style. It is very hard to tell when kids are "being ironic" or expressing genuine support. My favorite example of this is the fanny pack. It was originally marketed towards yuppies and soccer moms, then, later on, hipsters started wearing them out of irony. Certain people took this to mean they were "fashionable", so people wore them because they were convenient and stylish. They never were and still aren't, but now you've got all these idiots walking around with fanny packs and no one can tell who's "cool" and who is a nerd.

Moral of story: Don't wear things out of irony because you still look like an idiot even if your friends think it's funny or kitchy.

u/Baron_Von_D · 1 pointr/pics

I have been using a safety razor for a couple years now (Merkur 180 with the Feather blades) and it is the best. I thought about getting the straight, but I am more comfortable with the safety. The blades are super cheap, so I don't mind replacing them.

u/Psalm22 · 10 pointsr/pics

I'm not sure about straight razors, but I switched to double edged safety razors and it is so much better than Gillette crap. I bought this Merkur Safety Razor, 100 Derby Blades, Shaving Soap, And a shaving brush.

I spent a total of $60 and the only thing I've spent money on since is different soap. I bought these things over two or three years ago and I'm not even close to running out of razor blades. I get a closer more refreshing shave and I don't spend anywhere near the money I used to spend on shaving. Also, I thought it would take me longer to shave, but I spend about the same amount of time shaving.

I've never used an old school straight razor, but I'd like to at some point. However, it would be a considerable investment initially. At least $120ish for a nice blade, you gotta buy sharpening stone, probably also on a special strop for finer sharpening. So there is more time in preparation and conditioning before and after shaving. I would imagine that it could be very satisfying if you're willing to spend the time and money.

u/userexec · 1 pointr/pics

Sexy Clippy? May I present Conquered By Clippy: An Erotic Short Story

> Christie Aackerlund doesn’t need help with anything. So when the world’s biggest technology company offers to fly her to a remote location and investigate an alien artifact, all by herself, she’s all like “I’ll do it!”

> But the artifact isn’t what it seems, and soon an overly helpful giant living paperclip is getting her all bent out of shape.

> Conquered by Clippy is a 4000 word short story featuring sexual situations with digital assistants. It’s for super mature audiences only.

u/Mozno1 · 0 pointsr/pics

Calvin and Hobbes... Every child should have this!

Nice work /u/Ravens23.

An old friend of mine recently had a heart attack and was off work hospitalized for a couple of months. He shares my love so i got him this:

Needless to say, he loved it at 55 just as much as he did a 7!

u/PurposeToMelody · 1 pointr/pics

Everyone should check out Ben Rich's book "Skunk Works" he worked under Kelly Johnson and took over the Lockheed-Martin Skunk Works after he left and worked on the SR-71 and rhe F-117. It's a fantastic book and a interesting look into one of the most beloved aviation divisions of all time.

u/[deleted] · 5 pointsr/pics

You can buy the book on amazon. It's 16 dollars, but one used copy is 26 dollars. And apparently you can buy 11 brand new copies from private sellers for eight dollars.

Gotta love the photo shop on the cover. I bet you anything this novel was written during National Novel Writing month and it's a first draft.

u/basementwest · 3 pointsr/pics

Couple ways you can help her out...

1:buy her the book Easy Way to Stop Smoking by Allan Carr, I quit for a year and a half after reading this and know about a dozen other people who have quit after reading this book. I recently fell off the wagon for about a month (relapses, they happen) but am now back on it thanks to option 2...

2:As mentioned in other comments get her an e-cig and see if she can switch to them, it's far less horrible and makes quiting cigarettes easier (it's still a rough ride off the tobacco) and it doesn't make you smell at all.

When you approach her about this, be cool about it, it's an addiction and one that is hard to kick, do whatever you can to support her in getting over it. Making her feel guilty will only make her want to go smoke and she probably won't care if you know about it or not if you come at her with a bad attitude about it.

Good luck and I hope she can kick it!

u/xyzzy409 · 2 pointsr/pics

I got this one on another redditors suggestion and I've been very happy with it. It's inexpensive at $30, and it seems to be a quality razor.

For blades, I went ahead and ordered 100 blades that the same redditor recommended. They've been fine, but I've been reading a lot about wet shaving lately I've found that most people recommend trying out a lot of different blades to see what works best for you. I kind of wish I wouldn't have bought 100 of a single brand before trying some others out. No big loss, it was just $17 for the 100 blades. I'd say look for a sampler pack of blades.

u/PetrRabbit · 2 pointsr/pics

On a serious note - if you haven't successfully quit yet, read Allen Carr's Easy Way to Stop Smoking (start by reading the reviews), and instead of thinking "this project would go great with a smoke," you'll be thinking "fuck yeah, I tackled this project and didn't need a cigarette to enjoy it." I read it and quit cold turkey the day after without much struggle about 5 months ago, just a friendly tip.

u/socokid · 3 pointsr/pics

OK, scrolled about half way down, and...

  1. Sugar doesn't cause diabetes. Being overweight causes diabetes. So, eat these in moderation with exercise, and you're going to be just fine.

  2. The "sugar high" is a myth.

  3. These get super stale within a few days.

  4. Amazon listing ($163)
u/fosterwallacejr · 1 pointr/pics

Merker Razor

100 blades

Spend $50, lasts like more than a year, also once you get used to it, a more enjoyable and better shave, same amount of time w/ skill

u/Harmon1986 · 9 pointsr/pics

If you have some extra time and cash I highly recommend reading Skunk Works. Some great stories from the guys who built that plane and created Area 51.

u/xscootypuffsrx · 1 pointr/pics

This book is amazing. It works if you want it to. My wife and I quit smoking 6 years ago now and it was the easiest thing ever. Neither of us have ever thought of smoking again. Other people smoking do not bother us. Please, if you want to quit smoking get this book.

u/alSeen · 5 pointsr/pics

These Far Side books and these Calvin and Hobbes books are clearly showpiece.

They are also awesome.

u/jwaters42 · 1 pointr/pics

I have a friend who gets bags of them from some Amish farm in Central Ohio. I somehow doubt they have a web presence, though.

Of course, it looks like Amazon can hook you up.

Edit: Also, eating a (small) bowl of them in milk is friggin' awesome. Be prepared for a stomach ache.

u/LR2 · 13 pointsr/pics

I have a very think beard and shaving with a safety razor has greatly reduced irritation and other shaving issues. I did the research a few years ago and here is the exact equipment I've been using since then:

Merkur Long Handled Heavy Classic

Feather Razor Blades

Note though that feather blades are known to be the sharpest ones available and aren't usually recommended for beginners (they are made in Japan and laser cut). The consensus is that a new user should buy a sample pack that includes a variety of blades first. Then after putting them each under a trial shave decide which one is best for you.

If you want to really get into it, I'd recommend searching for wet shaving techniques on youtube and watching some tutorials. I recommend this guy's channel.

Edit: Here is the site that I bought my blade samples from:

Also, if you don't want to go through the trouble, gillette sells these types of blades at all the major stores. Also, it's worth noting that blades are a lot cheaper if you buy them off ebay. Either way though they are substantially cheaper than buying cartridges.

u/learnyouahaskell · 2 pointsr/pics

An immature internet writer adulterating the writing of Shul. Search for "Sled Driver pdf" if you would like to see the 1st edition original. I'm not sure if the account in fancy, limited, later edition was as brief, but it was definitely terse, understated, tongue-in-cheek, and professional. None of this highschooler self-congratulatory, chest-beating cowboyish fantasy.

You might be able to find it at a local library:
Here is another book highly worth reading:

u/Can8en · 1 pointr/pics

I think she needs this book as a gift. Then they will be REALLY healthy! gag

u/hao379 · 89 pointsr/pics

For one, he reviews his own book 10x times on Amazon

Posted reviews verbatim from his website, kind of lost all credibility. Especially since the next 10 all read like they were written by the author too. (Almost all of the reviewers gave perfect scores and have only one review. Not to mention they ALL use laugh out loud in their comments.)

u/Volgin · 48 pointsr/pics

Skunk Works: A Personal Memoir of My Years of Lockheed is mostly about the F117 but also has a lot of info on the SR71 that came before it including how they got Titanium from the Russians through a dummy company in the UK, awesome read.

u/ThatAstronautGuy · 2 pointsr/pics

Well, you can't get plutonium. But you can buy uranium here and here

You can also buy one of the plutonium cell props from the movie here

God damn I love Amazon...

u/SoBoredAtWork · 2 pointsr/pics

>"I've been good, one drag won't hurt." And it doesn't hurt, but the second and third "One drag won't hurt" turns in to a full cig and slowly drags you back in.

YES. I've quit maybe 6-8 times before and it never worked because of this.

This past time, I read this book and at some point during the book, I said that I'll never have a cig again and was happy with the decision. It was a "FUCK YEAH!" moment, rather than a scared, uncertain one.

It's been 1.5 years since my last one - after smoking about a pack a day for 12 years.

Good luck, all! You got this.

u/kungfu1 · 1 pointr/pics

Ex-smoker here. I hope this gets enough upvotes, because I feel everyone should read this book:

It is for anyone quitting, or friends/family supporting someone who is quitting. The best part about quitting is you already are an ex-smoker. Right now. This very day, you are already an ex-smoker. You dont have to carry that label around with you any more, and it doesnt have to be what defines you as a person.

There will be challenges. Lots of them. You might fail. I did. Keep trying. Challenges will come at obvious times, and non-obvious times. These range from drinking (as some people have mentioned) to things such as having a cup of coffee, to after sex, to stressful days, rainy days, the changing of the seasons... you name it. Nicotine has a 1-2 hour half-life. This is why people generally smoke once an hour unless you chain smoke. It stays in the blood for 18-20 hours. That's it. Everything else afterwards is all psychological addition.

Just remember. Keep telling yourself. You are already an ex-smoker. Read the book as well. It will help you.

Godspeed. You are no longer "a slave to the weed."

u/I_hart_Sqwerls · 2 pointsr/pics

I fucking LOVE DunkAroos.

I'll just leave this here.

Buy Dunkaroos Here

u/Cyrax89721 · 7 pointsr/pics

When you do a search on Amazon for "lucky charms marshmallows" and navigate to the link for the 40 lb bag, it will automatically toss a "ref" link onto the address for Amazon's tracking purposes. He found the product, and just copied the whole link from the address bar. Here is my "ref" link. I highly doubt the guy has a referral code set up for himself, since I'm guessing you need some pretty decent credentials to even apply. I usually remove all the extra garbage from the link when sharing, but not everybody is aware that they can do that.

Calm your tits.

u/tiag0 · 3 pointsr/pics

>and one bomber shot down 7 in one minute at the peak of the attacks

I can't get my head around that number, it seems like something out of a videogame where you have a impossibly big number of bullets.

Reading a bit the wiki, I think I had heard once about this mission (the "big bombing to a bearings factory" sounds familiar). I'll have to check out that book! To say that I want to read it is an understatement lol.

So far the only really engrossing book about aviation that I've read would be Ben Rich's Skunkworks. Being a long time fan of the Skunkwork's planes, it was insightful to see what went on behind the scenes.

u/AriusTech · 236 pointsr/pics

Dehydrated Marshmallows Assorted 40 lb Case

"Question: Can I get a calorie count please? I am watching my figure!"

"Answer: I can assure you that watching your figure and buying a 40 pound bag of marshmallows are two entirely exclusive lifestyles. "

u/dizzoknows · 1 pointr/pics

Ah. Interesting. It's funny that you mention that because the following two items were already on my Amazon Wish-List: This and This

I did some research awhile back and learned that I was being totally ripped off by the razor manufacturers, especially in the realm of refills.

I wouldn't need shaving cream recipes, though, as I own a little company that makes the best shaving cream I've ever used. We use an absurd amount of aloe and shea butter in ours. We also make a shaving lotion and a shaving gel, but I prefer the cream.

u/kevin_k · 1 pointr/pics

That's great! Believe it or not, I was joking about a different three wolf t-shirt:

Read the reviews!

u/chucksfc · 2 pointsr/pics

Read Skunk Works - - if you want the whole story - great read - and Kelly Johnson is a pimp.

u/Gangringo · 2 pointsr/pics

I wish I had those, I have the super-fancy archival quality three volume set here but I'm always afraid to open them. I wish I still had my oversized paperback books with the creased covers and occasional half-colored comic.

u/msmxmsm · 1 pointr/pics

Frequently bought together with this.

Bonus: the questions and answers and the review on this pillow is worth a read.

u/viligante8 · 1 pointr/pics

I've never seen Yukon Ho!... I must have it, Although I do have this, there's something awesome about having the originals.

u/AHippie · 3 pointsr/pics

He's referring to this. Best move ever by Starburst.

u/enfranci · 1 pointr/pics

This is a great move. I'm getting a copy. (You can too)

u/MetalCard · 2 pointsr/pics

Never been into a straight razor so I use a metal safety razor instead.

I use a Merkur Model 180, a cheap shaving brush (about $15) and simple shaving soap. (about $2.50 each) I buy 100 Razors and one blade lasts a good 2 weeks on average.

Its about $60 initially, then 2.50 every 3 months for new soap, and $16 around every 3.8 years for blades. (3.8 years is an estimation based off 2 week blade use, haven't reached it yet myself.)

Yeah, its going to be more expensive over time for sure compared to your set up, but it beats $34 for 8 razor heads every 3 months.

u/Peter_Mansbrick · 161 pointsr/pics

You joke vargas, but there's actually [a cook-book out there just for semen-based recipes.]( "I recommend the cream cheese cake")

u/The_0racle · 1 pointr/pics

Wow, I totally forgot about those things. I wonder if they still make 'em.


u/twitch1982 · 2 pointsr/pics

The Amazon product description boasts some impressive features!

>8-10 times less sugar Carbs and Calories Than Sugar per cup.
use to stop smoking or to quit eating Candy

That's right! Contains less sugar than eating pure sugar! Eat this candy to help yourself stop eating so much fucking candy!

u/LeahBrahms · 0 pointsr/pics

Oh I can sleep with Nicolad Cage every night thanks to Amazon.

u/KnodiChunks · 1 pointr/pics

Oops, I wasn't speaking precisely. Mine's merkur, not gillette; I just meant that the size, shape, cut, and fine style details are the same.

Compare the handle, head, etc.

No issues with it, it works perfectly. If I had to buy it over, I'd get one that didn't require me to put my fingers so close to the blade in order to screw on the head; although several years now and I haven't cut my fingers, so maybe it's not a real danger.

u/dGonzo · 2 pointsr/pics

Ok, where can I purchase this shirt? Combined with this one you could enter in the God mode of life.

u/mesenteric · 1 pointr/pics

Low radioactivity, used to test Geiger counters and such. Better question is what have you been Googling to get these ads?

u/zeroThreeSix · 2 pointsr/pics

I'm surprised nobody has linked to amazon yet...

You can buy them in bulk too!


u/alcaholicost · 1 pointr/pics

I read the book ["the easy way to stop smoking"] ( By Allen Carr, in five hours and haven't wanted to smoke since. Jan, 10, 13. I wasn't trying to quit I wanted to look like I was, to get my wife to quit nagging about quitting. I had failed at least a dozen times before this. It was painless, and I have no cravings. Good luck.

u/NoPantsMcClintoch · 43 pointsr/pics

Lol, this was in the "Frequently bought together" section on the page you linked!

u/bored_man · 1 pointr/pics

Amazon - as seen on reddit a few weeks ago :)

u/Loczx · 2 pointsr/pics

The amazon page is actually gold

"How many days does it take to finish the box?

It's surprising how long it takes because the card board expands in your stomach and makes you feel full faster. It took me 8 days to eat the entire box jot including the tape and Amazon label"

Or the customers who viewed this also viewed:
Logitech G500 programmable gaming mouse,
Wholesale lot of 100 misprint ink pens ball point plastic retractable pens mixed and last but not least cold steel 97KMS Kukri machete?

u/GrumpySteen · 3 pointsr/pics

Uranium in any easy to process form is heavily regulated. Ore, residue encased in glass and so forth isn't regulated at all.

u/Modevs · 2 pointsr/pics

Lottery? It's only like $60.

u/SeeEmTrollin · 2 pointsr/pics

Or buy a Merkur and shave like a real man!

u/Krypt0night · 15 pointsr/pics

For those interested in getting some of their own. It's finally back on Amazon

u/radishpower · 3 pointsr/pics

Speaking of cereal, I recently came across this:

The reviews are kind of awesome

u/pootacat · 1 pointr/pics

Best candy related purchase I ever made: the color-specific Starburst bags. Here is one from Amazon, but I found them at Wal-Mart too.

u/up2late · 3 pointsr/pics

No, NOW homeland security is gonna be on your ass. I hear GITMO is nice this time of year. :)

u/Rebelgecko · 4 pointsr/pics

Three Wolf Moon.

Make sure to check out the product reviews

u/MouseTurds · 3 pointsr/pics

I am your God.
Also, I ordered some. I taste an ama

u/culb77 · 1 pointr/pics

No Three Wolf Moon?? No teen wolf? I'm disappointed in you, OP.

JK, awesome stuff!

u/licoricesix · 2 pointsr/pics

I see you are a connoisseur of fine garments depicting nature...perhaps you should own one of these

u/cyberjedi · 2 pointsr/pics

The reviews on the Amazon website for this shirt turned it into a meme.

u/Jatz55 · 3 pointsr/pics

Here you can get 2 4lb bags on amazon, and here's a site where you can get 95 lbs of marshmallows

u/ARCHIVEbit · 1 pointr/pics

They are only about 1.20 per can when they are in stock on amazon.

When prices are above 14$, they are scalpers.

u/Chezzik · 1 pointr/pics

How did you get it?

The only ones I seen on Amazon are $294:

u/loonynich · 1 pointr/pics

only 8lb? or do you want this one?

u/limpfro · -1 pointsr/pics

Circle Jerk response to quitting smoking incoming...

Even if you have quit smoking I suggest you read Allen Cars Easy Way To Quit Smoking.

I suggest reading the book. Much more indepth and informative.

[For the cheap.]

For the rich.

Dissects addiction in such a way that you will never crave it again.

u/maastokuvio · 2 pointsr/pics

If you're not lucky enough to have those in your garage, buy this.

Seriously, just buy it. No excuse is good enough.

u/JonnyBoy89 · 1 pointr/pics

[If you want to see for yourself](Dehydrated Marshmallows Assorted 40 lb Case

u/usernameisnull · 1 pointr/pics

I checked on Amazon. They want $170 for 24 of these. That's $7 a bottle.

u/codethevoid · 3 pointsr/pics

Currently reading Ben Rich's Skunk Works and it's mind-numbing how far ahead of its time the Blackbird was. "We are traveling at twice the speed of a sixteen-inch shell, and we don't turn on a dime. A tight turn takes between sixty and a hundred nautical miles, and if a pilot gets a little sloppy he could start a turn over Atlanta and end up over Chattanooga."

u/IEB · 0 pointsr/pics

Dude read this Book before you take drugs for it

u/jeblis · 2 pointsr/pics

You must be new to the internet.

u/scopegoa · 2 pointsr/pics

Oh it's ok... I buy my uranium from Amazon

u/CJGibson · 46 pointsr/pics

FaveReds are cherry, strawberry, fruit punch and watermelon.

u/anywho123 · 1 pointr/pics

you know you can buy just the marshmallows, right?

u/nickx37 · 1 pointr/pics

You probably just bought them.

u/Sh1fty3yedD0g · 2 pointsr/pics

Fuck... OP is not wrong...

Dehydrated Marshmallows Assorted 40 lb Case