We’re rightfully terrified right now.
"BE PREPARED FOR THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME! BE PREPARED FOR SENSATIONAL NEEEEEWWWWWSSS!"
ladies dont start fights, but they can finish them.
that is a cat with a hairbow how is that relevant to the caption
IMPORTANT: Train operator didn’t kick the kid in the head. He softened the impact instead!
The train operator risked breaking his leg while putting it in between of the hard metallic edge and kid’s head in order to soften the impact.
Edit: Thanks for getting this into the frontpage. All I wanted is that those who called the train conductor/engineer a “douchebag” yesterday would see it from different perspective, that’s why I felt it is important to share this thought.
Seemed like an important thing to share, especially because I instinctively judged the train operator as well before I saw it. If he hadn’t done that, you probably would have heard this guy’s story from the news article of his hospitalization… or his obituary.
This kid deserves to get a kick in the head for getting so close to a moving train.
HOW DOES POPCORN EVEN DO THAT THING
HERE I SHOW YOU THE THING
this is the most majestic thing i have ever seen in my entire life
it’s like a ballet
HAHAHA YES I KNEW IT! THE TOSS WAS REAL AND NOT CG! It explains why everyone looks so freakin excited when he catches it, lol. [link]
god this scene, and knowing the actors reaction is genuine because of it is so freaking precious.
woke up to a blood stain on my bedsheets wtf
this is literally the best post ever
WHEN CHARACTERS WON’T ADMIT THEIR FEELINGS FOR EACH OTHER EVEN THOUGH IT’S SO OBVIOUS
YOU MEAN SHERLOCK AND JOHN
An innovative ring system to convert Sign language to speech.
"Here’s how the rings work, in a nutshell. There are three detatchable rings that are worn on the the thumb and first two fingers of each hand, as well as a bracelet. As the user signs out whatever they want to say, the translation is then spoken through a digitized voice that comes from the bracelet. I’m not sure if it works real time or not, but that’s still some pretty amazing stuff. And that’s not all…
"The gesture-to-speak aspect works fine when the hearing-impaired person wants to talk to someone else, but what about vice versa? The bracelet carries the double duty of turning sound into text that runs across an LED display. It seems like the only thing these guys have left to do is actually make people hear again…"