Make a list and never follow up on it. That's the way to procrastinate. Luckily you can just as easily procrastinate with a bunch of hilarious lists. Win-win.
Feminist writer Scaachi got real tired of fighting with MRAs on Twitter, and decided to just quote lines from Good Will Hunting in response to one. Her sparring partner thinks he wins their "argument" because his "opponent can't face the question" but dude, you're continuing to fight with someone who doesn't want to talk to you. Who are we kidding, it's an internet fight; nobody wins.
Workplace warning: these are real movie quotes, so there's some unsafe language ahead.
All of this cuteness is too much. The internet was shook with feels when Redditor General-ColinBile posted these post-its "visited my younger cousin and noticed how his girlfriend shows love". To give context he wrote -- "They were posted on his bathroom mirror. I took them down for better picture taking... Amazingly even at his age, he's mature enough to see she's someone special." Someone special indeed.
Ever since the tragic events in Orlando, the internet has rallied to show their support for victims of the nightclub shooting and LGBT community of Orlando. Unfortunately, there are still homophobic bigots out there trolling their best to justify the slaughter of 49 people. So, on Monday, Darrius Anderson decided to shut up those bible thumping haters with an incredible rant on just how hypocritical peoples' interpretation of the bible can be.
Noriyoshi Ohrai is a Japanese illustrator with a prolific 50-year career spanning multiple popular culture franchises, including Star Wars, Metal Gear, and, since 1984, the Godzilla pantheon. Although the daikaiju has undergone numerous transformations at the hands of different creative directors, no one has quite captured Godzilla's awesome terror quite like Ohrai did.
We would like to say that you can't argue with photographic evidence but some people can and DO argue that the Earth is actually flat. If you're not a government clone of a celebrity (like Tila Tequila) or if you believe in science, you'll still love these amazing pictures of Earth from outer space.