A 21 year old guy had worn a pair of contact lenses during a barbecue party.(An event or meal at which food is cooked outdoors over an open grill or fire)
While barbecuing he stared at the fire charcoals continuously for 2-3 minutes.
After a few minutes, he started to scream for help and moved rapidly, jumping up and down.
No one in the party knew why he was doing this?
Then he admitted into the Hospital, the doctor said he’ll be blind permanently because of the contact lenses that he had worn.
Contact lenses are made by plastics, and the heat from the charcoal melted his contact lenses.
DO NOT WEAR CONTACT LENSES WHERE OVERHEATING AND FLAMES ARE CONCERNED…. OR WHILE COOKING…!
Spread this around because this sounds terrible as fuck!
by the nasty “bbw lover”, “ode to thick women”, “fat women who make my cock hard” blogs.
I’m sure that there are women that feel flattered but I totally don’t and I’d rather get none note on my pics than being reblogged by any pervert that thinks it’s okay to post my pictures between vulgar tit and pussy pics.
back the fuck off.
edit: I have a certain body type but I want to be loved for who I am and not being objectified for your pleasure.
WE DON’T TALK ABOUT THIS EVER
HOW DARE YOU REOPEN THIS WOUND
My heart just exploded. He was always my favorite. 😭😭
i’m dead inside.
those kids who still think liking old music makes them special
Anonymous asked: How can I tell my parents that I'm an atheist? I mean I live Saudi Arabia and my parents are very religious so I thought can I keep it a secret until I die perhaps? Or should I say it when I'm married?
Let me just begin by telling you that I highly admire Saudi atheists, because Saudi Arabia is one of, if not the toughest country in the world to be a non-believer in. Having been to Saudi Arabia I can attest to this, and I am always interested in knowing more about the path that leads Saudis to becoming atheists.
As far as revealing it to your parents, whom I can understand are very religious, as was the case with every Saudi person I met over the age of 30, it depends on the situation you are in. Do you feel trapped? I ask this question, because I want to know if you believe by revealing your lack of beliefs to your parents it would make a positive difference in your life?
Often times, religious parents force their children to follow what they do, and if the children refuse to, then their parents may either disown them or take action to discipline them. In your situation, I would suggest not telling them. It is better to keep it a secret. I do not have sufficient knowledge about your situation to be able to make any judgment calls on how your parents will react, but I am certain it would not be a respectful or constructive outcome on their part. You live in a country where being an atheist is actually a crime, and you have very religious parents, so do you think you need to tell them about it?
It is best to be really careful about how you express your thoughts. In my opinion the right action for now is to not come out with it for your own safety, wellbeing, and comfort. If you want to be active in promoting free thought and have an impact on the global secular movement, there are many ways of doing this, as the internet is a great tool to express thoughts and ideas, which help promote critical thinking, and in my opinion this would be the better path to take for the time being, as it will allow you to share your ideas and make a difference.
- The Iranian Atheist (http://iranianatheist.tumblr.com/)
and boom goes the dynamite
I have been waiting impatiently for this gifset
"If after hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of years of that, I got on a stage at a comedy show and said, ‘What’s with white people? Why can’t they dance?’ That would be reverse racism."