February 28, 2013

There's Nothing Wrong with Iridescent Beef

Taylor Orci, The Atlantic

AP Photo

People are like moths to the flames that are rainbows. The next time there's a rainbow outside, notice how many people drop everything, even important things, to Instagram it. It would be a perfect time for aliens to take over Earth. Rainbows where rainbows shouldn't be, however, cause alarm. Take beef, for example.

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