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inthedesertwithgirls:

Ms. Pauling/Fat Lesbian Pyro is the best TF2 ship especially when flower crowns are involved.

inthedesertwithgirls:

Ms. Pauling/Fat Lesbian Pyro is the best TF2 ship especially when flower crowns are involved.

Tagged: tf2pyrounmaskedMiss Pauling

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

erinkrystynax:

crimewave420:

2chaaaain:

grates:

please someone reassure my this is just fuckin  w people right.

this is bullshit what the fuck

Wait y’alls cups are really that small? holy fuck

why the fuck anyone needs 1.3L of coke in one sitting is beyond me but anyway

Is it standard to put ice in the drinks in Australia?  Order a fountain drink in the US, and there will be a large amount of ice in it.  In Europe, you don’t get ice with your drink unless you specifically ask for it.  I don’t know how it’s done in Australia, but if the standard practice follows the European model, that would explain the difference in cup volumes.  A cup that can theoretically hold 700 mL of Coke might not look small, but if you order “a small Coke” in US, most of the cup’s volume will be taken up by ice.

Yes, there’s ice. Not HEAPS - maybe four ice cubes - but some.

Drinks in the US typically come with a lot more ice than that.  “HEAPS” would actually be a fair way to describe it, especially at fast food places.  We usually get more ice than coke.

That’s different then. We usually end up with like, a layer of ice cubes ( one cube thick, plus or minus little broken bits) in the bottom of the cup where you can rattle them around with the straw, but no more than that. I did this a lot.

That sounds nicer than ridiculous amounts of ice I’m used to— just enough ice to cool the drink, but not so much that it completely waters down the drink as it melts.

How big are the thickshake cups? They don’t have ice in them (or at least they SHOULDN’T have ice in them) so are they served smaller?
Ours are served in something the same size as the soft-drink cups, but for some odd reason it’s always made of clear plastic.

I don’t know about thickshakes specifically, but milkshakes are often sized differently.  Generally, the largest shake you can order at any given fast food place is smaller than the largest coke.  And they do tend to come in plastic cups instead of paper too.

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

erinkrystynax:

crimewave420:

2chaaaain:

grates:

please someone reassure my this is just fuckin  w people right.

this is bullshit what the fuck

Wait y’alls cups are really that small? holy fuck

why the fuck anyone needs 1.3L of coke in one sitting is beyond me but anyway

Is it standard to put ice in the drinks in Australia?  Order a fountain drink in the US, and there will be a large amount of ice in it.  In Europe, you don’t get ice with your drink unless you specifically ask for it.  I don’t know how it’s done in Australia, but if the standard practice follows the European model, that would explain the difference in cup volumes.  A cup that can theoretically hold 700 mL of Coke might not look small, but if you order “a small Coke” in US, most of the cup’s volume will be taken up by ice.

Yes, there’s ice. Not HEAPS - maybe four ice cubes - but some.

Drinks in the US typically come with a lot more ice than that.  “HEAPS” would actually be a fair way to describe it, especially at fast food places.  We usually get more ice than coke.

That’s different then. We usually end up with like, a layer of ice cubes ( one cube thick, plus or minus little broken bits) in the bottom of the cup where you can rattle them around with the straw, but no more than that. I did this a lot.

That sounds nicer than ridiculous amounts of ice I’m used to— just enough ice to cool the drink, but not so much that it completely waters down the drink as it melts.

How big are the thickshake cups? They don’t have ice in them (or at least they SHOULDN’T have ice in them) so are they served smaller?

Ours are served in something the same size as the soft-drink cups, but for some odd reason it’s always made of clear plastic.

I don’t know about thickshakes specifically, but milkshakes are often sized differently.  Generally, the largest shake you can order at any given fast food place is smaller than the largest coke.  And they do tend to come in plastic cups instead of paper too.

Source: grates

kizzypants:

Haven’t drawn or posted any doodles in a while..heh has a pyro

kizzypants:

Haven’t drawn or posted any doodles in a while..heh has a pyro

Tagged: tf2pyro

dantet:

I tried doing digital art again, now with my maskless Pyro (ノ°v°)ノ*:・゚✧

dantet:

I tried doing digital art again, now with my maskless Pyro (ノ°v°)ノ*:・゚✧

Tagged: tf2pyrounmasked

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

erinkrystynax:

crimewave420:

2chaaaain:

grates:

please someone reassure my this is just fuckin  w people right.

this is bullshit what the fuck

Wait y’alls cups are really that small? holy fuck

why the fuck anyone needs 1.3L of coke in one sitting is beyond me but anyway

Is it standard to put ice in the drinks in Australia?  Order a fountain drink in the US, and there will be a large amount of ice in it.  In Europe, you don’t get ice with your drink unless you specifically ask for it.  I don’t know how it’s done in Australia, but if the standard practice follows the European model, that would explain the difference in cup volumes.  A cup that can theoretically hold 700 mL of Coke might not look small, but if you order “a small Coke” in US, most of the cup’s volume will be taken up by ice.

Yes, there’s ice. Not HEAPS - maybe four ice cubes - but some.

Drinks in the US typically come with a lot more ice than that.  “HEAPS” would actually be a fair way to describe it, especially at fast food places.  We usually get more ice than coke.

That’s different then. We usually end up with like, a layer of ice cubes ( one cube thick, plus or minus little broken bits) in the bottom of the cup where you can rattle them around with the straw, but no more than that. I did this a lot.

That sounds nicer than ridiculous amounts of ice I’m used to— just enough ice to cool the drink, but not so much that it completely waters down the drink as it melts.

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

erinkrystynax:

crimewave420:

2chaaaain:

grates:

please someone reassure my this is just fuckin  w people right.

this is bullshit what the fuck

Wait y’alls cups are really that small? holy fuck

why the fuck anyone needs 1.3L of coke in one sitting is beyond me but anyway

Is it standard to put ice in the drinks in Australia?  Order a fountain drink in the US, and there will be a large amount of ice in it.  In Europe, you don’t get ice with your drink unless you specifically ask for it.  I don’t know how it’s done in Australia, but if the standard practice follows the European model, that would explain the difference in cup volumes.  A cup that can theoretically hold 700 mL of Coke might not look small, but if you order “a small Coke” in US, most of the cup’s volume will be taken up by ice.

Yes, there’s ice. Not HEAPS - maybe four ice cubes - but some.

Drinks in the US typically come with a lot more ice than that.  “HEAPS” would actually be a fair way to describe it, especially at fast food places.  We usually get more ice than coke.

That’s different then. We usually end up with like, a layer of ice cubes ( one cube thick, plus or minus little broken bits) in the bottom of the cup where you can rattle them around with the straw, but no more than that. I did this a lot.

That sounds nicer than ridiculous amounts of ice I’m used to— just enough ice to cool the drink, but not so much that it completely waters down the drink as it melts.

Source: grates

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

erinkrystynax:

crimewave420:

2chaaaain:

grates:

please someone reassure my this is just fuckin  w people right.

this is bullshit what the fuck

Wait y’alls cups are really that small? holy fuck

why the fuck anyone needs 1.3L of coke in one sitting is beyond me but anyway

Is it standard to put ice in the drinks in Australia?  Order a fountain drink in the US, and there will be a large amount of ice in it.  In Europe, you don’t get ice with your drink unless you specifically ask for it.  I don’t know how it’s done in Australia, but if the standard practice follows the European model, that would explain the difference in cup volumes.  A cup that can theoretically hold 700 mL of Coke might not look small, but if you order “a small Coke” in US, most of the cup’s volume will be taken up by ice.

Yes, there’s ice. Not HEAPS - maybe four ice cubes - but some.

Drinks in the US typically come with a lot more ice than that.  “HEAPS” would actually be a fair way to describe it, especially at fast food places.  We usually get more ice than coke.

alamutjones:

pyrositshere:

erinkrystynax:

crimewave420:

2chaaaain:

grates:

please someone reassure my this is just fuckin  w people right.

this is bullshit what the fuck

Wait y’alls cups are really that small? holy fuck

why the fuck anyone needs 1.3L of coke in one sitting is beyond me but anyway

Is it standard to put ice in the drinks in Australia?  Order a fountain drink in the US, and there will be a large amount of ice in it.  In Europe, you don’t get ice with your drink unless you specifically ask for it.  I don’t know how it’s done in Australia, but if the standard practice follows the European model, that would explain the difference in cup volumes.  A cup that can theoretically hold 700 mL of Coke might not look small, but if you order “a small Coke” in US, most of the cup’s volume will be taken up by ice.

Yes, there’s ice. Not HEAPS - maybe four ice cubes - but some.

Drinks in the US typically come with a lot more ice than that.  “HEAPS” would actually be a fair way to describe it, especially at fast food places.  We usually get more ice than coke.

Source: grates

inthedesertwithgirls:

Drunk robots that pet cats is a weakness I never realized I had, but all things considered it’s not a big surprise.

inthedesertwithgirls:

Drunk robots that pet cats is a weakness I never realized I had, but all things considered it’s not a big surprise.

Tagged: inthedesertwithgirlsSurrealist Dreamerrobots

Source: inthedesertwithgirls

iguanamouth:

UNUSUAL HOARD commission for mark, a whole bunch of sleepy tiny kitties

iguanamouth:

UNUSUAL HOARD commission for mark, a whole bunch of sleepy tiny kitties

Tagged: dragon

Source: iguanamouth

erinkrystynax:

crimewave420:

2chaaaain:

grates:

please someone reassure my this is just fuckin  w people right.

this is bullshit what the fuck

Wait y’alls cups are really that small? holy fuck

why the fuck anyone needs 1.3L of coke in one sitting is beyond me but anyway

Is it standard to put ice in the drinks in Australia?  Order a fountain drink in the US, and there will be a large amount of ice in it.  In Europe, you don’t get ice with your drink unless you specifically ask for it.  I don’t know how it’s done in Australia, but if the standard practice follows the European model, that would explain the difference in cup volumes.  A cup that can theoretically hold 700 mL of Coke might not look small, but if you order “a small Coke” in US, most of the cup’s volume will be taken up by ice.

erinkrystynax:

crimewave420:

2chaaaain:

grates:

please someone reassure my this is just fuckin  w people right.

this is bullshit what the fuck

Wait y’alls cups are really that small? holy fuck

why the fuck anyone needs 1.3L of coke in one sitting is beyond me but anyway

Is it standard to put ice in the drinks in Australia?  Order a fountain drink in the US, and there will be a large amount of ice in it.  In Europe, you don’t get ice with your drink unless you specifically ask for it.  I don’t know how it’s done in Australia, but if the standard practice follows the European model, that would explain the difference in cup volumes.  A cup that can theoretically hold 700 mL of Coke might not look small, but if you order “a small Coke” in US, most of the cup’s volume will be taken up by ice.

Source: grates

legosaurus:

LEGO Nautilus, Ammonite, and Trilobites

Created by Tim Goddard

Source: legosaurus