This is my foot next to my cable box.

are made of

Buck buck like three piece nunchucks.



fuck this

I swear to God I took this photo.

2 cups long-grain white rice
1 pound medium Roma tomatoes (about 4 or 5), cored and coarsely chopped
3/4 to 1 cup chicken broth
2 medium garlic cloves, peeled and smashed
1/2 medium white onion, coarsely chopped
1 3/4 teaspoons kosher salt, plus more as needed
1/4 cup vegetable oil


I found this picture on wikipedia of some old ass paper towels.


What's up with a scholarship?

Steve got some ugly ass boots.

I'm so cute

I'm bout to join the FBI

He got cheated on. But it's ok. Life goes on. 

Look at my fat ass trying to tie my shoes. It's all good, though. I'm livin' that life. I'm about to make some toast.


The strength of the FBI is its people—employees from different backgrounds, each possessing a myriad of skills, working together to ensure the safety of our communities and the nation. Each year, people from every industry, ethnicity, and environment apply to become members of the most prestigious law enforcement agency in the world.

A unique, challenging and life-changing experience that will stretch you beyond your comprehension, the Special Agent position is more than a job—it is a calling to protect and defend your country, uphold and enforce the laws in your community, and provide law enforcement assistance where and when necessary.

Becoming a Special Agent is Not Easy
In fiscal year 2010, the FBI received over 50,000 applications for approximately 900 Special Agent vacancies. Applicants are rated on their individual competitiveness and the professional needs of the FBI to determine if they will proceed through the Special Agent Selection System (SASS).

For every applicant who is accepted, dozens more are left disappointed. However, for those selected, it is one of the most deeply satisfying accomplishments of their lives.

This is only the beginning of a mentally and physically challenging process that you will experience as you strive to become a Special Agent.

Preliminary Standard Requirements
Before you apply, make sure you meet the preliminary standards of the position. To be eligible to apply for the FBI Special Agent position, you must:

Be a U.S. citizen

Be between 23 and 361/2 years of age (unless you are an 1811 federal law enforcement officer or are a preference-eligible veteran requesting an age waiver) to achieve 20 years of service prior to mandatory retirement at age 57

Due to the length of time it takes to test, process and hire new Agents, it is not advisable that applicants over the age of 36 apply for the Special Agent position

Possess a bachelor's degree from a college or university accredited by one of the regional or national institutional associations recognized by the United States Secretary of Education 

Have at least three years of full-time work experience—NOTE: Full-time work experience does NOTinclude summer jobs, internships, seasonal positions, temporary employment, and/or volunteer work (unless you are a preference-eligible veteran)

Certain specified experiences and/or abilities waive the three year full-time work experience requirement:

Applicants with a degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, and/or a Juris Doctorate (J.D.)
Certified Public Accountants (CPAs)
Fluent foreign language speakers with the ability to attain a three (3) or higher on an FBI Language Test
Former FBI Honors Interns with a 3.0 cumulative undergraduate GPA
Applicants with advanced degrees (master's and/or doctorates) require two (2) years of full-time work experience

Have lived in the United States or its territories for three of the last five years

Security requirements for hiring personnel who have resided overseas dictate that applicants must have, for three of the five years immediately prior to applying for this position:

Resided in the United States
Worked for the United States overseas in a Federal or military capacity
Be a dependent of a Federal or military employee serving overseas
Possess a valid driver's license and have at least six months of driving experience
Be available for assignment anywhere in the FBI's global jurisdiction

You must not have:

Been convicted of a felony
Been convicted of a domestic violence misdemeanor or more serious offense
Knowingly or willfully engaged in acts or activities designed to overthrow the U.S. government by force
Failed to pay court ordered child support
Failed to meet the FBI's drug use guidelines
Defaulted on a federally funded student loan
Failed to file federal, state, or local income tax returns

I was having a bad week.


this nigga crazy

say your prayers. here we go.



I think I had to pee. I forget.

I can't remember every emotion I ever had.


This nigga looks creepy

My girlfriend's feet. I asked her permission to use this photograph and she wasn't trippin'. It was 5:33 am. 


This is me holding my dick

I'm finna buy this fur coat on eBay. It's tight.

This picture makes me laugh

I like this pattern.

This picture is mad creepy.

What I'm supposed to do?

The television show


My dad just caught his second felony. Ain't gonna see that nigga for like 6 years.

i'm tired

Do they think they're better than me?

It's black foil


Look at this nigga robbing a bank. Don't hurt innocent people.

I don't trust any of them

racist ass mickey mouse


This is my friend Chris. I caught him fingering himself one time and he don't even have a coochie.

Who delivered?

this my email


I'm not into feet like a weird nigga.


quit fuckin' around


I spelled it wrong the first time but it's all good. Players fuck up.

I have an idea for a book. It's about this Mexican nigga that saves the world. And he don't even need a gun. He just makes scrambled eggs for everyone. The title is "huevos revueltos".

​Om Prakash


Mona Lisa and Mona from Who's The Boss

I was put on hold by the Newport Corp. I'm upset.

If I get diagnosed with diabetes I'm taking that as a personal call-out from Jesus. I like eating sugar. I like Skittles. I like Twix.

​It's immaculate. Should I buy it?

Thunder Bay, Ontario.