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Pics that make you laugh |OT4| Aw yiss. Motha. F*ckin. Reposts.

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FelixOrion

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Not sure if serious. It's the colour of his t-shirt/jacket causing the darker colour.
It doesn't even look like wine.
1. You don't put water in a wine glass.
2. If it was his shirt causing the liquid in question to change color, the color would be a tan because of his jacket, which the most behind the glass from the shot's view point.
3. You're blind and that looks like red wine.
Edit: 4. Having stuff behind water really doesn't change the color or make it opaque. See:

 

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1. You don't put water in a wine glass.
2. If it was his shirt causing the liquid in question to change color, the color would be a tan because of his jacket, which the most behind the glass from the shot's view point.
3. You're blind and that looks like red wine.
Edit: 4. Having stuff behind water really doesn't change the color or make it opaque. See:
Look at the edges of the inside of the glass, it looks clear as fuck

The reason it's dark is the angle and distance of the photo, also it might be the reflection of his tshirt. Eg look the water bottle, infront of his jacket but showing a reflection to the left of his jacket.

It's water.
 

FelixOrion

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Look at the edges of the inside of the glass, it looks clear as fuck

The reason it's dark is the angle and distance of the photo, also it might be the reflection of his tshirt. Eg look the water bottle, infront of his jacket but showing a reflection to the left of his jacket.

It's water.
I still doubt it



the liquid is still opaque, it stays the same no matter how he moves, the bottle doesn't change color because of "reflections" and is actually translucent.

 

FelixOrion

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pics that make you discuss wine water
new OT, let's do it

I am.I still dont know what it means.
Senpai (先輩) and kōhai (後輩) are terms applied to the mentor system in wide use in Japanese culture; often found at all levels of education, in sports clubs, businesses, and informal or social organizations. The relationship is an essential element of Japanese seniority-based status relationships, similar to the way that family and other relationships are decided based on age, in which even twins may be divided into elder and younger siblings. The senpai is roughly equivalent to the Western concept of a mentor, while kōhai is roughly equivalent to protégé, though they do not imply as strong a relationship as these words mean in the West. More simply, these may be translated as senior and junior, or as an elder compared with someone younger in the family/company/organization; the terms are used more widely than a true mentor/protégé in the West and are applied to all members of one group that are senior (the senpai) to all the members of another group (the kōhai). There is usually no average separation in age between a senpai and his or her kōhai.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sempai
 

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1. You don't put water in a wine glass.
2. If it was his shirt causing the liquid in question to change color, the color would be a tan because of his jacket, which the most behind the glass from the shot's view point.
3. You're blind and that looks like red wine.
Edit: 4. Having stuff behind water really doesn't change the color or make it opaque.
5. Keanu Reeves is the second coming of the Messiah
 

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Not sure if serious. It's the colour of his t-shirt/jacket causing the darker colour.
Not sure if you're serious.

The guy just has a glass of wine and there is a bottle of water on the table. It's quite common you know...to have both.
 

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Seriously, it's like you guys never order a glass of wine by itself, and ask for a bottle of tap water.
 

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I still doubt it



the liquid is still opaque, it stays the same no matter how he moves, the bottle doesn't change color because of "reflections" and is actually translucent.

See the two glasses with water in it and the lack of water bottle in the second picture?

He's not buying a full bottle of wine. He got a glass. And he's also drinking water.
 
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