Hello ChurchMag peeps!
You guys put the “yay” in “Friyay” and I am glad to present to you this week’s Snack Pack. We’ve got a 46-foot-tall Minotaur, a grandpa showing the world how to play Pokemon Go, and even some glow-in-the-dark Fallout 76 stamps! There are tons of things here to make you say “yay”.
This 46-Foot-Tall Minotaur Roaming the Streets of Toulouse, France looks like something you would see in a science-fiction, action movie.
I am putting this link in the Snack Pack because while it reads just like a real-life news story, it happened in a video game. YouTube reversed the ban for the streamer who killed the Red Dead 2 feminist and I wonder how much we have to learn about how to handle intangible things in an intangible universe. I don’t want to bring any more attention to this story specifically, I just think that we live in a weird, crazy world, one in which people can feed suffragettes to alligators and no one really knows what to do about it.
As these Popular Cartoons and Mascots Unwind to Reveal Realistic Depictions of Their Human and Animal Inspirations, we see Batman with a bat inside of him, and Hello Kitty with a real kitty inside of her and more!
This Taiwanese grandpa is showing everyone that the best way to play Pokémon Go is with 11 phones and he is obviously becoming famous for it. Guys, this dude has taken this game to a whole new level.
‘Fallout 76’ gets glow-in-the-dark postage stamps in the UK and Europe and they are freaking awesome and Fallout Fans in the rest of the world are understandably jealous.
Recycled Packing Materials Sculpted Into Elaborate Renaissance Costumes that look like they came straight out of Doctor Who. Also, I kinda wanna pop them. Just sayin’.
— Church Juice (@ChurchJuice) November 7, 2018
Might I add also that the church down the street is your neighbor? Unity, peeps. Unity
Me to little sister: Don't eat with your mouth full, please.
Her and my little brother start laughing: You said don't EAT with your mouth full instead of don't TALK with your mouth full!
And I laughed too bc the little kid inside of me still finds that hilarious.
— allison dye (@alliedye) November 7, 2018
The little kid in me also loves pushing those little bubbles down on the top of fast food cups.
happy daylight savings time, the holiday where we all somehow decided that getting one extra hour of sleep for 1 night was worth the tradeoff of it getting dark one hour earlier for 126 days
— jonny sun (@jonnysun) November 4, 2018
Happy Daylight Savings Time is not happy at all.
helo darkness my old friend
why are u here its 4pm
— jonny sun (@jonnysun) December 11, 2016
Goodbye darkness you’re not my friend.
— Year Progress (@year_progress) November 7, 2018
We’re doing it guys. Keep going.
When present-me's phone dies and is angry at past-me for not charging it when it warned me the battery was low: pic.twitter.com/6bwWvG5wYU
— allison dye (@alliedye) October 31, 2018
Who feels me?
This would explain why Jerry doesn't love his neighbors… https://t.co/G4fIAfXCTq
— Eric Dye (@DYECASTING) November 8, 2018
The gentlest of reminders:
Every word you put on this site or any social media site is OPTIONAL.
Be here when you want to be here.
Unplug when it's making you sick.
Don't let the temperature of the timeline determine your own.
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) November 8, 2018
This is a great reminder. We’ll end on this.
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