18 Stunning Realizations To Blow Your Mind

Be warned: your mind may now be ready to accept this rare knowledge. [via buzzfeed]

    

            

44 responses to 18 Stunning Realizations To Blow Your Mind

    1. “Mr. Peanut is the advertising logo and mascot of Planters, an American snack-food company and division of Kraft Foods. He is depicted as an anthropomorphic peanut in its shell dressed in the formal clothing of an old-fashioned gentleman: a top hat, monocle, white gloves, spats, and a cane.”
      …I am pretty sure yoga pants weren’t a ‘thing’ in 1916 when he was created lol…but it is funny to picture him wearing heels and yoga pants nonetheless

  1. Sometimes that drawer is a broiler. Be very careful and ascertain what the purpose of the oven drawer is before you put things in it.

      1. It says not to do it in the instructions and there is a “no” symbol on the picture. But the symbol is not over the shirts, it’s kind of off to the side. So yes, it’s confusing.

      2. the circle with the slash through it would indicate that you are not to use the drawer to warm clothes. I suppose as a fire precaution but maybe they just don’t want you to have warm shirts

    1. I keep my nicest dress shirts in there, I make my own rules, ain’t no drawing gonna tell me what to do. Gerrddern lurft-wing agenda

  2. Pretty sure the chicken crossing the road joke is not about suicide. I can certainly see that interpretation of it, but I am pretty sure it has always been intended as the dumb non-joke we all use it as.

    1. the joke is a pun of “the other side” meaning the other side of the road and the now outdated phrase for the afterlife.
      I saw this revelation on a 4chan screen cap.

    2. Yeah, the whole point of that joke is that it’s not really a joke – “he crossed the road because he needed to” isn’t a joke. What’s supposed to be funny is you’re expecting an actual punchline to the joke but you receive a totally reasonable explanation in reply. THAT’S the joke. It’s not about the chicken committing suicide ffs.

    1. Hot cross buns and three blind mice are also two songs with the exact same melody. As is any original song and something by Andrew Lloyd Webber usually sound the exact same too.

  3. The Australian sounding razor blades one is just not accurate. I’m Australian and even someone with a really ocker accent(which is what foreigners think of when they think of Australians speaking) doesn’t sound like that. It actually sounds like a South African saying it to me.

      1. Ah. Thanks for the explanation. For some reason I always picture crabs walking around on shore, not at the bottom of the ocean, so that flew over my head. (See what I did there?)

  4. Apparently you can just say anything on the internet and people will believe it.

    Did you know that freezing a marshmallow is illegal because it will blow up your entire freezer?

  5. The numbers on a toaster dial don’t mean minutes, they do actually mean degrees of toastiness. They differ from toaster to toaster.

    Rise up lights sounds nothing like razor blades in an Australian accent, unless you know nothing about what an Australian accent sounds like.

    Why did the chicken cross the road is an anti-joke, not a suicide joke, although there are variations that play into a suicide theme.

    Slang is not slang for short language, because that’s not what slang is. The etymology of the word slang is much older than modern English. Its origin is unknown, but it was probably originally thieves cant or an adaptation of the word sling.

  6. The bottom drawer can be a warmer, broiler ( best option imo ), or storage.

    I ve put clothes in the oven before annnnnnnnd ended up with half wet half melted clothes.

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