I just can’t
how bad the puns on this site are getting
Canada’s rainbow money
Fun fact for Americans: our money is technically made of plastic and they won’t get wet/gross when you accidentally wash them, and you also can’t rip any bills.
Everybody is in love with canadian money, the thing is who isn’t?
The funniest thing ever is to see canadians try to use american money. One of my friends asked me “HOW DO YOU GUYS KNOW WHICH ONE IS WHICH?! THEY’RE ALL THE SAME COLOR!”
its called reading the numbers
americans learn at an early age to differentiate between the faces of old white men
if u scratch the they smell nice too
Apparently, if you leave the new Canadian money in a car on a hot day, they melt. This is some true info from a man who lives in Quebec.
today i asked the one innocent little girl every class seems to have if i could borrow her chem notes and they started out totally normal like yay neutrons science but then i reached the third page and
what the absolute fresh fuck
“The concept is simple. Take a blank sheet with nothing but the basic outline of a pinup girl and illustrate a unique scene around her.”
I’ll probably always reblog this cuz it’s just mind-blowing, holy cow
Jewelry is very specific to an individual. Certain people are drawn to certain things. We really like the simplicity of these cuffs, though. Metal and leather. That’s it. They’re hand-crafted in the US. They have a sort of steampunk aesthetic.
Sold on Think Geek.
John Jr. was throwing a fit. He wanted to go with his mom and dad to ride on the helicopter they were boarding. The president was stern, but loving, when he told his son that he could not ride on the helicopter this time around. John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy hugged their son. Kennedy promised a big surprise for John Jr., because it was his birthday coming up. John Jr. let go of his dad, watched and waved to him as he flew off to go board Air Force One. President Kennedy waved back and was all smiles as he was on his way to Texas. It was last time John Jr. saw his father alive.
John F. Kennedy would return to DC, and his family, in a coffin three days later.