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Try An Ale

Try An Ale - Co-Workers & Teams

“When pub staff t-shirts go wrong.”

(via source)

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Super Squeamish

Super Squeamish - Kids

“My daughter made a friend at DragonCon, but he wasn’t too sure about her.”

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License To Thrill

License To Thrill - Photos

“This is my girlfriend’s actual, state-given license plate: PRN-6969.”

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It Does Happen

It Does Happen - Pets

“Sorry, class. My dog ate everyone’s homework.”

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In-Laws Confessed When They Knew Their Kids’ Marriage Was Doomed

In-Laws Confessed When They Knew Their Kids’ Marriage Was Doomed - Awkward Galleries

The day your child (or any family member) walks down the aisle is a happy one–or, at least it’s supposed to be. With so many marriages ending in a split, it’s no surprise that the families could see the warning signs from the outset. When relatives of doomed couples were asked in a recent Reddit thread if they could spot any of these warning signs, they dished. These aren’t mere gut feelings that their loved one was making a mistake; these are big, bright red flags flapping in the wind, with a loudspeaker blaring “THIS IS A RED FLAG” next to them, obvious to everyone BUT the newlyweds. Enjoy the gallery below.

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Baby vs. Eardrums

Baby vs. Eardrums - Babies

“Have a baby, they said. It will be fun, they said. Decibel meter for reference.

For comparison, 109 decibels is louder than: a power mower, a subway train at 200 ft, a train whistle at 500 ft, a rock concert, and timpani drums.

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Fresh Jerk

Fresh Jerk - Kids

“The boy never figured out why I told him to stand there.”

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