That’s So Awesome! (20 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       15 Aug 2022       3042       9 GALLERY VIEW



“Found this car with a tiny spoiler while hanging out with my friends a while back.”

“Found a sword on a high shelf in my new house.”

“Clearing out my recently deceased grandfather’s attic and found just over 200 grams of gold powder.”

“Starting to lose the first joint crease on my ring finger after being splinted for 7 weeks.”

“A modern day basketball court against 700 year old walls in Dubrovnik, Croatia.”

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“There is a dog under the silver paint on my fridge magnet.”

“Found this cat wandering around Lowes (big box home improvement store)”

“Found a stone with dried seaweed attached to it.”

“For anyone curious, this is what a birthing suite looks like in a public Danish hospital.”

“These white apples that grow in my yard.”

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“Report card from my great-grandfather in 1926.”

“2,600 Year Old Fur-lined Leather Coat.”

“A stack of cups that you can turn to indicate when coffee was brewed.”

“My new house has a little moving staircase that leads to the washer/dryer.”

“A clock that shows time by using the shadow of the person who stands on the current month.”

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“This is what pineapples look like when they’re flowering.”

“My eggplant has a laser marking instead of a physical sticker to show it’s organic.”

“I found this unopened can of peas inside of a 1928 Victrola.”

“Opened up a lighter and there was just another lighter inside.”

“These purple hot peppers.”

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Tory 1 month ago
#7 is a mouse hunter mr47_04
       
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Wash 1 month ago
#4 A splint for 7 weeks???
       
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Asahel 1 month ago
Wash,

A torn tendon takes 6-8 weeks to heal.
       
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Mantha 1 month ago
#11
Boy the teacher hated him (and it was probably mutual)
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I wouldn't eat those (or even open the can) if I were you... vomit
       
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Barbery 1 month ago
#9 I was not the least bit curious.
       
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Olph 1 month ago
Barbery,

I'm glad you shared that
       
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Mindy 1 month ago
#10, in Poland we have similar. They are sweet, juicy (good for making jam). But very delicate so nobody sells them at shops. They are called antonówka.
       
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Alison 1 month ago
Mindy,

In Germany we call them Klarapfel (Clear apple). :)
       
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Cy 1 month ago
#17 impressive gimmick
       
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