Another great song.
I already approve.
Wayne Allyn Root - seriously, look his face in the last gif.
There is something seriously wrong with human beings.
I don’t have a process. You have to take the plunge. It’s easy to talk about the process, but it’s a confrontation. You’re confronting a blank page. It’s like drawing. You stare at a blank canvas and it goes from itself. You can call it a process, but you’re studying where this inspiration comes from.
That 20 lb. lobster you’re about to gobble down? It’s actually a delicious, 140-year-old sex machine.
#6. Lobsters Don’t Actually Get Older, Just Bigger (And Hornier)
[T]he bizarre thing about lobsters is that they don’t really age, in the sense that they don’t get weaker or start getting arthritis in their claws as time passes. Instead, they just keep getting bigger and bigger. That’s how you can wind up eating the meat of a creature that was born just after the Civil War and who, had it been captured earlier, could have realistically been eaten by Thomas Edison.
When they grow so big that their shells can no longer contain them, they simply shed it and grow a new one and keep on trucking.
In fact, scientists believe that lobsters only get hornier and more fertile the “older” they get. We now ask you to imagine a hypothetical 700-year lobster down in some undiscovered depth of the world, meeting another colossus the same age … and boning.