Now That’s Really Cool! (37 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       29 Oct 2020       5765       9

“My pup dug up a truffle in the backyard.”

“The handicap spots at my local Mexican restaurant.”

“Halloween Decorations covered in ice.”

“Seagull eclipses the sun.”

“Beautiful drawing... inside a zucchini.”

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“I hit a ticket jackpot and started redeeming the tickets before they finished dispensing.”

“Amish/Mennonite people looking at a super car.”

“My rug looks like a giant version of my napkin.”

“The old escalators of Wynyard train station in Sydney now hang from the ceiling.”

“Pan fried Brussel sprout looks like a tunnel.”

“My university has a YOLO button that randomly dispenses a drink.”

“Forgot spaghetti with mushrooms in the microwave for a week. Now it's a floofly ball of mold.”

“Took this picture of the snow wave on my roof today.”

“The way my coffee spilled this morning looks like a duck.”

“I found a copy of the original Doom on a floppy disc in my moms desk.”

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“Watched a crimson rose caterpillar metamorphosize to a butterfly.”

“This church has custom "No Parking" signs.”

“Our paint can broke last night and dried in a really fun way.”

“My wood glue has a build in cap holder, so you won't lose it.”

“Broken sign still somewhat accurate.”

“The detailed weaved frosting on this cookie.”

“My new bedsheets have pockets!”

“This Waffle House sign only lost its consonants.”

“My coconut oil melted and then reset into perfect hexagons.”

“The dial on my deodorant broke so I use an allen key.”

“My lamp shadow looks like Mike from Monsters Inc.”

“This shelf I made for my VHS collection.”

“This star in the middle of a tree limb.”

“Dinosaur bone found in the basement of my friend’s 15th century house in North-Eastern France.”

“An ice storm froze my still-blooming rose bushes.”

“A microscope looking like a robot, with tiny hands and lips.”

“I achieved equilibrium today at the pump.”

“An authentic 17th-century plague doctor mask.”

“I went to a country that’s not technically a country and they use plastic chips for money.”

“This product packing looks like a Google Captcha.”

“The light reflected off these candleholders look like flames.”

“This traffic light in Trier, Germany with Karl Marx on it.”



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9   Comments ?
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Lonzo 1 month ago
#22 is for your remote or phone
       
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Hiram 1 month ago
Lonzo,

the big pocket is for hot dogs and the smaller pocket is for a ranch bottle with a straw in it so you dont have to go all the way to the kitchen in the middle of the night.
       
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Pelegrine 1 month ago
Hiram,
both are for vibrators.
       
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Onnie 1 month ago
#10....the local group could probably buy 10 of those.
       
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Amabel 1 month ago
Onnie,

The best way to prepare Brussel sprouts, in a pan with butter and salt.
       
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Arabelle 1 month ago
#27 Nevermind the stupid shelf, what the [email protected]#k's going on with that clock?
       
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Roberta 1 month ago
Arabelle,
he's trying to be quirky like being too old for that Avatar shirt
       
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Silas 1 month ago
Roberta, My guess is, that if you meet the guy in real life, he probably fits everything perfectly
       
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Sula 1 month ago
It’s America so one is actually for a firearm and the other a spare magazine.
       
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