This 6-year-old’s Spelling Test Is Funny, But the Excuse He Gave His Teacher Is Even Better

Nov 13, 2014 By Abraham 0

Grayson was recently sent home with his latest spelling test. For the test, he was required to use each word in a sentence. Without being instructed, Grayson used this as an opportunity to write a 6-sentence story that is commendable for both its continuity and its profound grasp of scatological humor.

Even better than his sentences, though, is the excuse he gave his teacher for his choice of topics.

Grayson's Spelling Quiz

To explain his son’s awesome Vitamin D remark, Grayson’s dad says

Honestly I have no idea. The kid spends his chore money on things like visual encyclopedias of human anatomy and chooses science documentaries over cartoons. The things he comes up with are constantly surprising me.

45 Times Starbucks Barely Even Tried to Spell Your Names Right

Nov 11, 2014 By Joey 1

Sometimes your Starbucks barista is so confounded by your name, they don’t even try…


Starbucks Misspellings 8 Margaux Marabcdefgh

Other times, they put in an effort but still come up short…


Starbucks Misspellings 1 Caesar Sisor

Of course, any one of us would fail just as miserably if we spent our days hearing strangers’ names and writing them down, which is why we can laugh at these fantastic misspellings from baristas who either just didn’t know or just didn’t care…


Starbucks Misspellings 14 Kat Meow

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This Kid Never Said the N-word Around His Mom…Till He Got His Wisdom Teeth Out

Nov 4, 2014 By Abraham 0

This is not just another post-anesthesia video. Those are funny, but they’re also often pretty predictable.

This, this is a whole new level of funny.

From the description…

This hilarious video is of my son Cameron after getting his wisdom teeth removed. Although he’s 18, I had NEVER heard my son say a swear nor say the “N” word in my presence until this day!

And boy did he bring it all out!

He starts out talking about his “shaky, stanky, wanky leg” and it just gets better from there…

(NSFW language, obviously)

This Chinese Hotel Has — How Shall We Put It? — *Minimal* Standards for Its Guests

Oct 31, 2014 By Abraham 0

The Star Hotel would like you to follow two simple rules. Think you can handle that?

Chinese Hotel's Low Standards

And according to one Redditor, the Japanese translation is almost as funny…


Customer whom we respect:

Regards! Thank you very much for staying with us. In order to safety you, during the period in which you stay, try to follow Chinese laws, totally don’t commit illegal acts such as smoking drugs, hiring prostitutes, etc.

Got that? Totally try to follow these rules, OK?

Helpful Flowchart Shows When It’s OK to Use the Word “Retarded”

Oct 31, 2014 By Abraham 4

In the ongoing and increasingly successful social-linguistic campaign against the use of the word retarded, the folks at Military Special Needs Network have put together this helpful flowchart for figuring out when it’s an appropriate choice of vocabulary…

When to Use the Word Retarded

Via: Huffington Post

Of course, the one thing missing from the chart is the question, “Are you using the word retarded in a flowchart (or blog post) about not using the word retarded?” Apparently, it’s OK then.

How to Say “No” Like an Australian

Oct 20, 2014 By Abraham 2

The word “No” seems simple enough. Just two letters, and therefore two sounds, right?

Not if you’re Australian.

At a panel discussion a few years ago, Zachary Levi explained how he learned to imitate an Australian saying the surprisingly complicated word…

Via: Reddit

And if you’re looking for a perfect example, here you go.

Brits and Americans Spell Differently Because of One Guy Who Didn’t Like England

Oct 8, 2014 By Joey 2

If you’ve ever wondered why Americans and Brits disagree on how to spell words like “center/centre” or “color/colour,” this video is for you.

It turns out that as the idea of “correct” spelling was first evolving a mere 250 years ago or so, there happened to be a fair amount of rancor between America and Britain, and one powerful lexicographer made sure that was permanently documented in America’s orthography…

Previously… Comedian mimics 17 accents from the British Isles using celebrities from each region as examples

After Graduating from Yale, This Guy Completely Quit Talking and Went for a 9,000-mile Walk

Oct 3, 2014 By Megan Berman 6

For one year, 23-year-old Yale grad Greg Hindy didn’t utter a single word. Not when he became lost in a snowstorm in Zion National Park, or even when he collapsed of food poisoning in Salt Lake City and was brought to the hospital.

Greg HIndy

Hindy had taken on a vow of silence: for 365 days, he would trek across the United States without using any technology, relying on the kindness of strangers…

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