“So my mom ‘met’ Larry David today.”
“Our Cub Scout troop attended a Montreal Expos’ game at the Olympic Stadium, probably around 1980. Before the game they had us take our picture with former players during an “old-timers” picture event. Montreal was more of a hockey town, so I couldn’t tell you who these guys were. I guess I was just happy to have my new inflatable friend, albeit facing the wrong direction. My wife refers to this as my first experience with a blow up doll.”
(submitted by Cliff)
“When I was 8 years old, I got to meet ‘Daisy Duke.’ I didn’t realize my zipper was down until we got the film developed. When I brought the photo to school to show my friends, I kept it in an envelope and only pulled it out part way so they couldn’t see my open fly.”
(submitted by Wendy)
L.A. artist Michael Jason Enriquez decided that a fun way to pay homage to the eccentric style he grew up around was to imagine what some of the famous celebs of our day would look sporting the Chola gangster style.
This is the president of Ecuador and his administration is really hoping this kid is dyslexic.
American portrait photographer Sandro Miller teamed up with John Malkovich to recreate some of history’s most iconic portraits, naming the resulting body of work “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters.”