People Share Their Interesting Finds (18 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       25 Jun 2022       3475       8 GALLERY VIEW



"This is an adolescent Blue Jay that is only halfway through puberty"

"This burn on my finger doesn’t get dirty"

"The Service dog bathroom at the Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada airport"

"I found a pink grasshopper"

"A real and very rare $500 bill"

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"One of my twix was not dipped in chocolate."

"The chair that Abraham Lincoln was sitting in when he was killed"

"Our teacher had us do word searches in ASL to practice finger spelling"

"Came across a typewriter for writing music"

"My oven shows the time that you started cooking incase you didn’t set a timer"

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"Extra long scissors for wrapping paper"

"Parking space lines you can actually see while parking"

"Ordered a new knife they give you two Band-Aids with it"

"My husband got tipped with a $10 coin at work tonight"

"My sister replaced her office chair wheels with rollerblade wheels"

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"These sausages from Costco Japan come with bones"

"These batteries are flavored so kids won’t eat them"

"Ball of salt that I took out of the dead sea"




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Ariadne 1 month ago
#14 No, he got tipped with a coin somebody paid $10 for.
       
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Lissa 1 month ago
#4 It's a cicada...
       
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Diana 1 month ago
Lissa,
No it is not ..Wrong color and not fat enough

It is a pink grass hopper
       
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Valerie 1 month ago
#13 If it's a good sharp knife, and you're not a moron, you won't need the bandaids. A paradox, I guess.
       
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Diana 1 month ago
#5... Yes it is, and $1000 bills even rarer.
I landed in the USA in 1981 with 6, $1000 bills from cashing in my UK funds. The first and only thing my future farther in-law said was "best o luck cashing those"
Had he not been so negative he could have said those are worth 2 X face value but he didn't
I did not find that out before I had had all of them snatched (literally) from my hands, primarily from bar owners who knew the true value before I figured it out
Thanks Dukey, ya @$$hole!

Today they are worth 3 to 4 times face value, not that thy could have stayed in my possession that long but 2x is still way better than not
       
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Edward 1 month ago
#10 Of course this only works if you've reset the clock since the last power outage. Don't think that my oven clock has been reset in five years, so I use the timer. But it is a great idea!
       
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Edward 1 month ago
#14 A commemorative coin. Maybe worth a buck.
       
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Salmon 1 month ago
#14 Hutt River Province was a micronation in Australia, not recognized by Australia, active from 1970 to 2020.
       
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