(o)(o)    Perfect breasts

( + )( + )    Fake silicone breasts

(*)(*)    Perky breasts

(@)(@)    Big nipple breasts

oo    A cups

{ O }{ O }    D cups

( ^ )( ^ )    Cold breasts

(o)(O)    Lopsided breasts

(Q)(O)    Pierced Breasts

(p)(p)    Hanging Tassels Breasts

\ o /\ o/    Grandma’s Breasts

( – )( – )    Against The Shower Door Breasts

| o | | o |    Android Breasts

($)($)    Martha Stewart’s Breasts

(oYo)    Wonderbra breasts.

See also: Assicons, Dickicons and Vagicons


Plot spreadsheet addresses on a map

Spreadsheets are the best way to gather and organize information in standard form. If you’ve got a whole host of options to keep track of in different locations, the clever Maps/spreadsheet mashup BatchGeo will take your spreadsheet and plot it out across a Google Map. Simply paste your spreadsheet data, and BatchGeo standardizes the addresses and creates a custom My Map, filled with your locations and each one retaining the other data you plugged in about it. It’s a fast way to make it look like you did a whole bunch of work, and that’s never a bad thing. And while it’s not technically a Google Maps feature, we think it should be.

I tried it with a standard address list in Excel.  I just copied the data and pasted it into BatchGeo and presto.

Batchgeo map
Map pushpins are clickable and show pertinent info.  Very easy to use.

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The error report

Internet megastar Natalie Tran (AKA communitychannel) recently broke her camera and was unable to upload her regularly scheduled YouTube vid. Ever the diligent vlogger, she submitted a quick and dirty (and I do mean quick and dirty) stand-in animation in which she explains her situation and gripes about computer errors and cow-whispering well-wishers.

Warning: Language NSFW