Posts Tagged ‘Wrong’

The .Gif Friday Post No. 454 – Harris’ Hawk, KongPong & Beach Bull

Friday, 30 September 2016

harris-hawk

king-kong-ping-pong

beach-bull

[Found here, here and here.]

Hot Tub In The Old Town Tonight

Thursday, 29 September 2016

Hot Tub Party

Okay, I have some questions.

Who’s tending the fire? Where’s the ladder? How did they get in, and how do they get out? Where’s the beer, wine and cheese? Who would get into that thing knowing that there’s a guy with a ponytail involved? How do they post selfies? Who took the photo, and why was he/she excluded and demoted to temperature control? Who is making the *ahem* bubbles?

So much bizarre in that photo. I like it.

[Found in here. Related posts here and here.]

Someone Bagged Their Limit.

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Caught The Limit

Okay, okay, calm down. It’s just a joke. The pups are only sleeping.

[Found here.]

Someone designed this.

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Fast Food Design

The design studies, reviews and revisions by the marketing department likely cost the corporation many thousands of bucks, but hey. They loved the result.

Barf.

[Found here.]

“Hi! I’m Bob! I’m your UberDriver for this afternoon and I’m coming with you!”

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Rearhead

[Found in here. Warning – every link I clicked to find the original source sent me somewhere I didn’t want to go. There are more Rear Heads here.]

Happy Labor Day

Monday, 5 September 2016

Crack open some beer and hoist one to everyone who works for a living.

Hot Links with Extra Sour Cream

Sunday, 28 August 2016

Humpty Doo Big_Boxing_Croc

The US Naval Institute released the results of their informal poll “Who Was The Greatest Woman In Military History?
The results are both surprising and unsurprising. I voted for Boadicea. She gave the military a spine to fight the Romans.

We posted a photo of Stanley The Great in April 2014 without really knowing who he was. Check out the update.

Bravo Land is now on my bucket list, if only to re-install erased history removed by evil people on The Slab o’ Time:

Inside the chain of stores, we immediately spotted the Bravo Land Slab o’ Time, an impressively massive tree cross-section propped against a wall. It’s from a Giant Sequoia blasted down in the 1950s, over 2,000 years old. It features a scattering of little metal labels nailed to it. A plaque explained: “The tags on the log denote growth rings that grew in the same year as various significant world events.”

“214 BC – Great Wall of China”…”197 BC – Roman Empire Begins.” There’s a 1,284 year gap, though, and the sign noted the “conspicuous absence of tagged growth rings from the 5th to the 15th centuries…. That period of time produced few significant events in world history.”

We’re not totally buying that. Closer inspection revealed missing tags radiating out from the slab center, two small holes indicating where each notable achievement used to be. We asked about it, and were told that “some political people” had come in and pointed out which milestone labels should be removed (you know, to fix world history).

We’ve seen timelines ravaged by tourism slab deniers before — but always on public land, at national and state parks. Complainers raise a stink, form a committee, and voila, adjusted! Bravo Land is a private enterprise. But once a slab is called out for being on the wrong side of history, there’s little choice but to get out the pliers and pry off the “Magna Carta,” and Columbus and Ponce de Leon “discovers” tags (we’re just guessing about the discards, since they’re gone).

Petey was a seal, but his real name was Shag. TRUE.

Stupid joke from a long time ago:

Okay, so a penguin is driving through the Mojave to Las Vegas when his A/C breaks down. He pulls into a repair garage in Pahrump and tells the mechanic that he needs air conditioning to survive the heat. Mechanic says, “There’s an ice cream shop a block away, cool down and be back in an hour.”

The penguin hits the ice cream shop, hangs out in the freezer eating ice cream, but since he only has flippers to hold the cones he makes a mess. An hour later he pays for the ice cream, cleans up the mess and returns to the mechanic and asks, “So what did you find?”

Mechanic says, “Looks like you blew a seal.”

Penguin wipes his beak and says, “Nah. It’s just ice cream.”

Trouble at Taminmin Humpty Doo.

Yeah, I said Humpty Doo.

[Top image is a tourist attraction at Humpty Doo and it cost $137,000 in 1983 bucks.]

Is this a Great Country or what?

Thursday, 25 August 2016

Clothes & Hoes

Food, beer, wine, liquor, smokes, firewood, propane and more.

[Found in here.]

Eieren Blazen Oops

Monday, 8 August 2016

Lost Bridge

“Can I get a bridge for this shot?”

Yes, that’s a billiards table. No, they weren’t playing billiards, they were blowing eggs. In Amsterdam. The Amsterdammers blow eggs, and they call it Eieren Blazen.

[Image and story found here.]

Art Rebel WIN

Tuesday, 2 August 2016

ART means not following directions

This is not an art class. It’s a conformity exercise in graphic plagiarism, and two kids in that class deserve an A. The *ahem* teacher deserves an F for taking the easy way out in order to please his/her employers and chumping the parents.

Please tell me I’m wrong.

[Found in here.]


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