Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

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33 responses to Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

    1. Jason Derulo’s song “Talk Dirty To Me”
      Lyrics:
      “‘Cause I know what the girl them need,
      New York to Haiti
      I got lipstick stamps on my passport,
      You make it hard to leave”
      and
      “I know what the girl them want,
      London to Taiwan
      I got lipstick stamps on my passport
      I think I need a new one”

  1. The bar code one makes no sense. It’s scanning both the black and the white lines, as you wouldn’t have the white parts without the black ones to separate them.

    1. Oh you poor thing. The scanner reads the light reflected off the whit spaces. Go google up some answers hon, lets do science.

      1. The scanner uses both the white spaces and the black bars. If it were only the white spaces, all of the black lines could be the same width, and vice versa.

    2. What do you mean? It’s not collecting information from both. It’s collecting information from what reflects off the light. It’s like Duck Hunt, pulling the trigger makes the screen go black and a white square appears where the duck is; it’s scanning for the white part. The black just doesn’t give it any information so it only knows they’re there because it’s not picking up information from those spots.

      1. The scanner reads the whole thing, black and white.
        “The photodiode measures the intensity of the light reflected back from the light source as the tip crosses each bar and space in the printed code. The photodiode generates a waveform that is used to measure the widths of the bars and spaces in the bar code. Dark bars in the bar code absorb light and white spaces reflect light so that the voltage waveform generated by the photodiode is a representation of the bar and space pattern in the bar code.”
        (Wikipedia)

    1. Seconded. It is the one thing I love about Thursdays. Monday? I have energy! Tuesday? Cheap night at the movies. Wednesday? Week is more than half over! Friday? WEEKEND! Thursday? ……..just an abyss of nothingness. Then I discovered Tumblr Gets Deep.

      The blackness has turned to a shining beacon of light. A well-earned, anticipated treat.

        1. I love it too. I’ll still read the other Pleated Jeans posts, but I save TGD for last, because it’s by far the best.

      1. I’m Aussie and a High School student, but TGD never fails to make me laugh, and it makes the end of the week so much more enjoyable, leaving my sucky Science classes more anticipating

    2. Same! I have a FB friend who also really enjoys it, and she frequently shares one or two of the posts, which makes me irrationally peeved if I see them before managing to come here and read the whole thing for myself. It’s kind of like when you buy yourself a magazine and your friend starts paging through it before you get the chance to read it.

      Also: I would watch the shit out of Oompa Loompa Chopped. I think maybe they should get the folks from Whose Line Is It Anyway to be the judges.

    1. Yes! And, “O Captain, My Captain!” if you’re really trying to schmooz someone. (As an added effect, just on top of the check-out counter while emoting that line to the customer! Cost: A free soda from management. Benefit: You just ended up on YouTube! It’s a win-win!)

    1. I was in the UK and beans on toast was the cultural equivalent of ramen in the USA. Even though they had ramen too.

      But as far as cultural/food clashes. WTH couldn’t I get Lucky Charms in Ireland? Or root beer? That was a long time ago and for their sake I hope things have changed.

      1. I know that in the UK some places sell Lucky Charms but they’re really expensive and the processed sugar and food dye are over in the baking aisle so…

  2. That long ass cat story is weird… How was this ‘educated’ person not noticing that loads of food went missing. How did the cat manage to eat all this food without making a mess, leaving leftovers or trash? For weeks! Where was this food being stored anyhow? I don’t get it!

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