Not Their Brightest Day… (19 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       23 Sep 2020       2291       3

"Turns out it wasn’t real fruit after all!"

“Did I accidentally drink a cup of cream? It could’ve happened, yeah...”

"Whole milk on the left and cream on the right"


“I just wanted to eat some sardines!”

“That moment when you finish a 1,000-piece puzzle only to realize you’re missing a piece and have a duplicate of another piece.”

“The aftermath of scratching my poodle’s back for a good 45 minutes”

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"Things are just getting out of hand here!"

“Let’s just get one thing out of the way: the wrapper didn’t help...”

“You know, I never thought to check the dryer for the TV remote...”

“My dad hung a mirror in the bathroom to be at his height. Amazing...”

“My cousin got bamboozled this morning.”

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“I forgot this pizza in the oven about a year ago.”

“Yesterday, I drilled a hole in the wall of my house (the exterior) and hit a water pipe.”

“Do they know how to cook? I cook a lot. I went to buy oil and bought vinegar. Hasn’t this ever happened to you?”

“My brother went to the movies alone for the first time with a friend and brought the 3D glasses home, thinking that they were a gift.”

“Today, I received a bag-flavored cookie...”

“This one came with a prize!”

“My partner cleaned the bathroom today and I just realized that I washed my hair with a degreaser.”

“Don’t forget the money in the drawers. Moths love it.”

"100 Brazilian reals are equivalent to about $18."

 

“I got a tattoo some time ago and decided to check out the meaning (I had taken a picture off Pinterest and it said it meant ’don’t give up’). I did some research and found out that it actually means ’SPREAD GREENS.’”



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Retta 1 weeks ago
#19hahaha..no pity
       
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Frank 1 weeks ago
Stay alert stay alive.
       
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Cicely 1 weeks ago
#19 It actually means "don't give up" in chinese (别放弃 bie fang qi, the last character is written in traditional chinese though and not in simplified).
Even the single translation of every character don't include a translation which means spread or greens.
So, I don't know what language and how she researched it, maybe in Japanese they use the same characters but with different meaning.
       
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