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Books, Cookies, and Creepy: r/Ask Those who have weird neighbors, wh does your neighbor do that is weird or creepy? Discussion 4 19.6k 8.6k Share BEST COMMENTS 14h So I had a neighbor (80yo or more) widowed guy. Every time I get the newspaper delivered to my mail box, when I open it I find the crosswords done (I don't do them or give a damn) A day I decided to try catch who's doing my crosswords, day 1:8 am, they where already done Day 2:7:30 am already done. Day 3 7am I decide to give up. One day, 4am, I was getting back home from a night out, while I was passing by the mailbox; nothing yet delivered, so I place my GoPro inside and went sleeping, the next day: FINALLY GOTIT it was my neighbor, he has done the crosswords right up on my mailbox, for like 10min (I will try to find the video, but it was absolutely cute, staring at my door time to time, and scratching his head). Next day: I took him a 1000 crosswords book, drop it right his door, rang the bell and stayed on my car discretely. He took some time to open the door, then found it, I swear it was the happiest person like a kid that got a puppy. He stayed in his porch and passed like 2 hours doing crosswords then felt asleep lol. The next day: i was getting back home from work, he came to apologize (like a kid that has to confess something) and brought some cookies. We stayed talking about his WW2 service and how the world changed. I frequently bought him crosswords books, until he passed away 1 year ago May he Rest In Peace Secret crossword solver (x-post from me_irl) via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2NV6wt5

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Books, Cookies, and Creepy: /AskReddit u/Cringer90.22h Those who have weird neighbors, what does your neighbor do that is weird or creepy? Discussion 19.6k 8.6k Share BEST COMMENTS Mewnir 14h So I had a neighbor (80yo or more) widowed quy Every time I get the newspaper delivered to my mail box, when I open it: I find the crosswords done (I don't do them or give a damn) A day I decided to try catch who's doing my crosswords, day 1:8 am, they where already done Day 2:7:30 am already done. Day 3:7am I decide to give up. One day, 4am, I was getting back home from a night out, while I was passing by the mailbox; nothing yet delivered, solplace my GoPro inside and went sleeping, the next day: FINALLY GOT IT, t was my neighbor, he has done the crosswords right up on my mailbox, for like 10min (I will try to find the video, but it was absolutely cute, staring at my door time to time, and scratching his head). Next day; I took him a 1000 crosswords book, drop it right his door, rang the bell and stayed on my car discretely. He took some time to open the door, then found it, I swear it was the happiest person like a kid that got a puppy. He stayed in his porch and passed like 2 hours doing crosswords then felt asleep lol. The next day i was getting back home from work he came to apologize (like a kid that has to confess something) and brought some cookies. We stayed talking about his WW2 service and how the world changed I frequently bought him crosswords books, until he passed away 1 year ago.. May he Rest In Peace Reply 2.9k AskReddit is being wholesome again! via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2Q1n9Bf

AskReddit is being wholesome again! via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2Q1n9Bf

Books, Cookies, and Creepy: /AskReddit u/Cringer90.22h Those who have weird neighbors, what does your neighbor do that is weird or creepy? Discussion 19.6k 8.6k Share BEST COMMENTS Mewnir 14h So I had a neighbor (80yo or more) widowed quy Every time I get the newspaper delivered to my mail box, when I open it: I find the crosswords done (I don't do them or give a damn) A day I decided to try catch who's doing my crosswords, day 1:8 am, they where already done Day 2:7:30 am already done. Day 3:7am I decide to give up. One day, 4am, I was getting back home from a night out, while I was passing by the mailbox; nothing yet delivered, solplace my GoPro inside and went sleeping, the next day: FINALLY GOT IT, t was my neighbor, he has done the crosswords right up on my mailbox, for like 10min (I will try to find the video, but it was absolutely cute, staring at my door time to time, and scratching his head). Next day; I took him a 1000 crosswords book, drop it right his door, rang the bell and stayed on my car discretely. He took some time to open the door, then found it, I swear it was the happiest person like a kid that got a puppy. He stayed in his porch and passed like 2 hours doing crosswords then felt asleep lol. The next day i was getting back home from work he came to apologize (like a kid that has to confess something) and brought some cookies. We stayed talking about his WW2 service and how the world changed I frequently bought him crosswords books, until he passed away 1 year ago.. May he Rest In Peace Reply 2.9k AskReddit is being wholesome again!

AskReddit is being wholesome again!

Beautiful, Life, and Meme: 001 002 003 004 005 00b 007 <p><a href="http://officialunitedstates.tumblr.com/post/128787086521/staff-were-looking-for-a-dozen-beautiful-nerds" class="tumblr_blog">officialunitedstates</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://staff.tumblr.com/post/128786373948">staff</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>We’re looking for a dozen beautiful nerds to spend the best summer of their life building Tumblr, singing songs, and exploring New York.</p> <p><a href="https://www.tumblr.com/internships">Engineering internships</a> <a href="https://boards.greenhouse.io/tumblr/jobs/28724?gh_jid=28724#.VfGeqdNVhBc">are open now</a>. We’ve got a roof deck.</p> </blockquote> <p>I knew I was playing the long game but I knew it would be worth it.  A hero I would be called, maybe–at the very least a maverick.  <br/></p><p>My resume was crisp and clean, carefully refined and presented on eggshell white, the best of white.  As I dropped it and my cover letter into the mailbox I knew it was just a matter of time.</p><p>Nine days later I got a call.  I answered.  It was good news; I had got an interview.  Packing up my sandwich and my dog, I headed to New York City to take part.</p><p>The interview went well.  They asked some weird things.  It didn’t faze me at first, but when someone demands a list of my “ships” and makes you do a Rorschach text except with gifs, it drains your mind just a little.  <br/></p><p>Anyway, I got the job.  I was the most qualified and I had the most experience by far.  I was overqualified.  We all knew it.  They tried to compensate me with “free bean bag chair times” and roof deck views, but I had been on a roof before, and we all know bean bag chairs lose their appeal after three minutes.  <br/></p><p>I lay low for three months, plotting every minute.  I had to endure the worst parties imaginable but I soldiered on, ate the meme cakes, sang the meme songs, and continued my work.  <br/></p><p>Eventually, the time was right.  Quickly I made my way to the server room, knocked out the armed guard with a move I learned from Jack Bauer, and entered the chilled room. I rushed to the chair and fired up the CPU.  Like a madman I began typing in the code.  1s and 0s and even 2s flashed before me on the screen.  Finally, after four minutes my sweat covered hands had done it.  I looked up at the screen.  I was done; I had hacked in.  <br/></p><p>As I was being taken away in handcuffs thirty minutes later, I just had to smile to myself.  I had done it.  I had reversed the update.  My wrists hurt though.<br/></p></blockquote>