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If I were a super villain, which I am not, I would have the dopest evil lair. It would be inside a volcano off the coast of Hawaii, or something. I don't know. I haven't thought too much about it, but I do know that their would be lions, and other big cats but mostly lions, guarding the entrance. And if someone were to get beyond them, they would they would have to face my robot army which, again, isn't real.
This might be a weird thing to think about, but it is important to plan ahead, which is why I think so many architects are building evil buildings. Everyone wants their own evil lair nowadays, but these fools have decided to build them in plain sight where anyone could photograph them. But who is going to go visit a lion infested volcano? No one, that's who! But again, I am not really building this thing so it doesn't really matter.
On an unrelated note, does anyone know a good lion salesman?
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When I think of vending machines I think of frustration. Of late hours at some government building waiting to get some bureaucratic nonsense taken care of. Or stressful times at a hospital. Unhealthy snacks and feeling gross immediately after I cave into my desire for junk food.
But it doesn't have to be that way. There are plenty of awesome vending machines out there that go above and beyond the stale chips and crusty, white-dust-coated candy bar stereotype.
These are the vending machines of the future, and the future's looking pretty darn good.
Dads. They’re notorious for their senses of humor—whether cheesy or savage, witty or groan-worthy, they never miss an opportunity to try and make us laugh. In fact, dads are such natural comedians they often crack us up without even meaning to. It should come as no surprise then, that when dads learn to text, hilarity ensues.
Here are 21 dads who prove that, in their hands, smartphones are truly a blessing: