“After 48 years of not even knowing that I HAD a daughter, we finally met...”
“My grandma’s medal. She was awarded in the ’80s for milking 1 million liters of cow milk in Czechoslovakia.”
“This coin pressed into lava from the last time Vesuvius erupted in 1944”
“My grandpa just handed this to me and said, ’A friend of mine gave me this clock from a Russian submarine, make sure it works.’”
“Instead of taking a secret picture of this gentleman, I asked for one. He insisted we take one together.”
"He had a great story about the skirt and petticoat. He said that when he was a teenager, he took a trip down Highway 1 (the coastal California highway) with his cousins. The whole way they were teasing him by ruffling their petticoats on him and showing off their legs. Since then, he had always wanted to ride Highway 1 while ruffling his own petticoat. This week he did just that."
“Who knew making a simple comment on Reddit would lead to me meeting and marrying the love of my life?”
“111-year-old scarring from a carving on an aspen tree”
“My great-grandmother’s spoon collection she gave to me!”
“My mom swore she already made me a waffle, but we couldn’t find it. So she made another one and I grabbed a fork.”
“My mother’s 3-day ticket to Woodstock (1969) and a photo of her taken the day before the festival”
“My mom with Colin Hanks, son of Tom Hanks, after a school play (1993)”
“My favorite find, my wedding dress that I found at a local thrift store.”
“Looked up the tag and it’s a ’cloud dress’ inspired by Carrie Bradshaw’s wedding dress.”
“My fiancé with the guitar I painted for him — the story is about his life before we met each other.”
“An old Nokia phone keychain and pocketknife too!”
Now thats an exciting backstory
that freak is way too close for comfort. get ready to be stalked.
Why does it say "Made in USSR" in English on the clock? If it was from a Soviet submarine, it would not have English writing on it.
#4 'from a Russian submarine'. But it says 'Made In USSR'. In English. Yeah, no.
#10 Lost waffle. Now there's an exciting story if ever I heard one. After that one, I need to breath into a paper bag for a few minutes.
They often live up to 150 years, and can live up to 200. It depends on how much conifers encroach on the copse.
Its a pretty common clock from Mayak. Can be found on Ebay for about 50 dollars.