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Beer, Click, and Dank: ESSENTIAL GUY CODE LAWS Player 1 belongs to whoever owns the console If a bro dies while lifting, put more weight on 2 the bar, then call 911. Shotgun is a responsibility, not a privilege. If 3 you are sitting up front, you're not a passenger, you're the co-pilot. Don't throw a friend under the bus to impress 4 someone. Ever. When offered a beer, accept it even if it's not "your brand." Your favorite brand of beer is "free." Your second favorite is "cold." If friend with truck assists you with moving, 6 you shall reciprocate with a full tank of gas. Beer and pizza also accepted. If your bro dies, delete his Internet history. Be polite around your buddy's lady friend, 8 but when he asks what you think, lay the truth on him like a ten ton slab. Unless it is super busy, there must always be a one urinal buffer between men in a restroom. If you shake with a limp hand, you are 10 acknowledging non-verbally to me that I'm in charge, even if we've just met If you and buddy are having a threesome 11 with a girl, you can't look each other in the eyes. But if you happen to accidentally look each other in the eyes, you have to high five! The three-person concept of watching adult 12 videos: One guy watching adult videos is cool. Three guys watching adult videos is cool. Two guys watching adult videos, not cool. All groceries go from the vehicle to the 13 house in one trip. It does not matter how many bags there are. 14 Under no circumstances may two men share an umbrella. There are specific rules to the "head nod" 15 when greeting another male. If you know them nod up, if you don't you nod down. Bro code question: What if a bro asks too much and does too little? Cleans the kitchen, demands rides for a week. Brings shit beer, drinks good beer. What do? Details plz by ThrowawayBlast CLICK HERE 4 MORE MEMES.
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Memes, Nasa, and Help: Jupiter by Juno . Image credit & Copyright: NASA - SwRI - MSSS - Gerald EichstΓ€dt - SeΓ‘n Doran . Juno is a NASA spacecraft. It is exploring the planet Jupiter. The Juno spacecraft launched aboard an Atlas V (Atlas β€œ5”) rocket in August 2011. It reached Jupiter in 2016. That was a five-year trip! The name "Juno" comes from stories told by the Romans long ago. In the stories, Juno was the wife of Jupiter. Jupiter hid behind clouds so no one could see him causing trouble. But Juno could see through the clouds. . And the Juno spacecraft can see through the clouds of the planet Jupiter. Juno is helping scientists study Jupiter. What they learn will help us understand how Jupiter and other planets began. . The spacecraft did not land. Juno is called an "orbiter." This kind of spacecraft flies around, or orbits, a planet. Juno will orbit Jupiter 37 times in all. Juno will orbit Jupiter's north and south poles for about one year. One trip around Jupiter takes Juno about 14 days. Juno has science tools to study Jupiter's atmosphere. (The atmosphere is the layer of gases around a planet.) Juno will take the first pictures of Jupiter's poles. The spacecraft will study the lights around Jupiter's north and south poles, too. Juno gets its power from the sun. The spacecraft has three large solar panels around its six-sided body. . Juno will help scientists understand how Jupiter was made. The spacecraft will help them learn how Jupiter has changed, too. The new discoveries can help us understand more about our solar system. (Source: NASA) Repost @timeless_universe

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