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What's in a Woman's Mind

Do you believe in equal rights for women? This one believes in “tit for tat.” Read more of this post

Having Fun with Someecards–Crazy Captions about Life

She might look calm, but think again!

What's in a Woman's Mind

Do you believe in equal rights for women? This one believes in “tit for tat.” Read more of this post

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Symptoms of Brain Damage

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There are various ways to sustain a brain damage. Hitting the skull on a hard surface is how most people do it. Some just drink and drug it up to oblivion causing their noodle to go stir crazy while others simply go bonkers for no reason at all. This last example is the most life threatening because there is nothing more dangerous than having a damaged brain and still think you’re working with a full deck.  If things seem a bit askew to you lately, then you might be one of those unfortunates.  So as part of my good deed for the week I would like to list the various symptoms one can experience when their noodle turns into scrambled eggs.

You’ve got a warped noodle when you start showing the following symptoms: 

Ego issues: Your alter ego becomes a primary maniac.

Forgetfulness: You start forgetting things you don’t want to remember such as Valentine’s Day, your marital status, your exes birthday and your dental appointment.

You have difficulty processing information: You have a hard time comprehending what the heck that used condom was doing in your boyfriend’s bathroom when you hadn’t had sex in a month.   Read more of this post

The Mind Can be a Terrible Thing to Use

Humans are the most intelligent of all living beings. We invented the wheel, the printing press, the camera, the telephone, space travel, the internet and a multitude of other amazing feats that has elevated our world to where it is today (stop your eye rolling you cynical pessimists). But before us Homo sapiens get full of ourselves and our intelligence, please be reminded that we still have a long way to go. The mind is a highly fallible organ capable of malfunction when we least expect it. We’re still in the beta stage. You don’t believe me? Watch this: Read more of this post

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