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when ya moms been sayin that y’all bout to leave for two hours, and you’re tired of waitin.
The accuracy in the caption is amazing
THIS IS SO FUCKING FUNNY IM GONNA LOSE MY MIND
This is normal in Puerto Rican culture as well. Parents here don’t tell their kids to move out. They can move out whenever they feel ready. I’m 35 and I still live with my parents and I never saw that as weird. Many people live with their parents or other family members here, especially in this economy.
In Chile is almost shameful to leave you family too young!! Your parents expect you to live with them, unless you get married or find a job somewhere far, if not you are staying forever. It’s only more well off families that can send their children to work at the capital, and most families stay very close together, so it’s not common at all for young adults to leave alone.
In Nigeria it’s normal, and even when you get married it’s customary to live in the same compound or at the very least near your parents.
Even among non-Anglo whites it *was* common up until relatively recently for children to stay home until they were marrying or had enough saved for a down payment on their own home (or could comfortably afford to rent, if they happened to be working farther from home)
My point being, this is just another bullshit “individualist” lie cooked up to screw ppl financially
South and central America’s all stay with their parents idk Americans are weird about that but idrc what they think
We did it. We’re finally free.
ive been thinking about this for months and i had to get it off my chest so i opened uop photoshop and put this togehter
ladies and gentlemen we have officially reached the “in case a nuclear attack happens” phase……. [x]
This shit is wild.
There should be an amber alert or something to warn us, hopefully. But if you’re so close to the blast that the entire outside flashes white your first priority is to get underneath the blastwave any way you can.
After that you have 2 options: drive away or protect yourself from the radiation.
Option one is tough because literally everybody else is going to want to do this, and you could get stuck right in the fallout. And lemme tell you, if you’re stuck out there when the ashes first fall for more than 15 minutes, you’re dead. Radiation poisoning.
Option two is harder, but has a better success rate. Get underground. Most houses have a crawlspace, but in this bad time just saw a fucking hole in your floor. Put table over hole. Pack some large containers (like tubs), with dirt, tight, and stack them on your table or wherever you’re going to be directly underneath. you need 36 inches if dirt to be protected from the radiation poisoning. You could preemptively buy lead and stick that in a container with a lot of serface area, i forget how many inches you need vertically.
How ever much serface area the dirt/metal/lead covers is how much you and your party will be able to move around. As long as there’s enough inches vertically you’ll be good so long as you stay under it.
You gotta stay under there for at least 2 weeks, 3 to be sure.
Also, if you can see the mushroom cloud, stick your arm out as far as you can. Do a thumbs-up and close one eye. If your thumb is bigger than the cloud, you are safe. If the cloud is bigger or the same size as your thumb, then that means you are in the radiation zone and should evacuate immediately.
I cannot believe I actually have to freaking reblog this but here y'all go just in case
Take a break from the humor for just a second and read this.
Sorry, what year is this again??
What a fucking loser
this is sf embarrassing lmao
My heart skipped a beat at this one
I swear if Tom goes down I’m done.