“We all have one faithful bra that should’ve given up on us long ago.”
“Relief station for pets at airport in Canada.”
“This crossing near where I live has buttons for horse riders. I thought it was quite unique and extremely British.”
“So, what’s the secret to building wealth?”
“Around 10 years ago I found a way to make raking leaves fun for my siblings and me.”
“Old cars becoming the river bank.”
"Trey has sorted out his office situation nicely."
“Found an old cheat sheet in this hand-me-down TI-83’s case.”
“The handle on the microwave broke and this was the best solution they could come up with.”
“Improved washing-up experience by up to 3X, with new pump action.”
“An animated sky in the ceiling of this doctor’s office.”
"This man’s pants have a fly pocket to keep valuables safe."
“My dad made me a cage to keep the critters out. It’s working so well!”
“Building management’s solution to someone punching a hole into the lift wall.”
“My friend’s work has an unorthodox solution for utensils going missing.”
How is riding a horse a British thing?
That signal could just as easily appear in any number of American cities.
Civil War part 2
Horse riding is not unique to the UK. Someone considering people on horses who may want to cross is what's unique to the UK. The signal *could* appear in many American cities, but it doesn't.
This is where the term [email protected]#k ring comes from...
A little bit of cotton and you're going to make a better "first impression"...