In college, I had a class with a girl who didn't believe that Canada had frogs. I think we just found her soulmate.
White people are privileged, but yeah, names aren't the best example as to why. Try having a name with a punctuation mark in it. #Irish
Updated for the modern audience: "I'm not a bloody ride sharing service. If you want a lift I expect you to log into the app, request a ride and then rate me between 1and 5 stars once the ride is complete!"
At least it wasn't an e-book. Too many Kindle lives have been lost due to Tumblr users immediately setting things on fire.
Matthew... What do you know about frogs and Canada? I think about this a lot, guys.
On a scale of "NOPE" to "DEFINITELY NOT," how fun at parties do you think this very reasonable person is?
Welcome to Tumblr, where common courtesy is interpreted as a guy being a monster. Blogging is fun!
I love Harry Potter, but unless it's a day where I'm visiting Universal Studios (which is a LOT. Thanks, Gold Pass!) I recognize that it's not real.
You know that feeling when the high horse you thought you were sitting on was actually just a donkey? No? Don't worry, this anonymous person gets it.
Wait a minute. You mean a random meme on the internet shouldn't be taken as scientific fact? Someone needs to tell the world!
Hungry hungry hippos eat marbles.
Hungry hungry hypocrites eat attention until the attention is pointed at their flawed logic.
I feel 0 percent oppressed by this pun. I guess I'm a bad feminist.
“People generally see what they look for, and hear what they listen for.” — To Kill A Mockingbird, basically explaining the internet before the internet was even a thing.
An optimist's glass is half full.
An offended person on Tumblr's uncle was murdered by a glass, HOW DARE YOU?!
It doesn't hurt to Google a thing before getting mad about it. You just might save yourself and others a lot of stress and/or mocking. Mostly the mocking part.