Ever meet a tiny dog that thinks she’s much bigger than she really is? Maybe she tangles with larger dogs on the reg, or she just thinks she’s the leader of the pack and all the humans are her followers. Surrealist photographer Mitch Boyer has a dog like that, named Vivian, and he used his photography skills to make Vivian’s self-image come to life. Check out this gallery of a gigantic Vivian in New York City. And to be clear: if you meet a dachshund that’s as big as a longhorn steer, it’s probably best to let her do what she wants.
“This is a picture of my Dad, Mom, and brother the year before I was born. It says ‘1994’ right on the photo, but it definitely wasn’t necessary cause it’s so obvious it was the 90’s. I mean, my Mom and brother’s hair say it all. He had that mullet for 4 years. And I just love the look on my brother’s face, he had evil plans.”
(submitted by Jaimee)
“For some reason my mom thought it was okay for me to dress myself for our annual 4th of July bash. Thank you, awkward phase.”
(submitted by Ray)
Part of the charm of browsing a record store is stumbling upon an undiscovered gem of an album and becoming a fan for life. But recently, the patrons of this record store found something else entirely. Jeff Wysacki is the founder of Obvious Plant, an ongoing comedy project where he sneaks funny fake signs and other jokes into public places for unsuspecting people to find. He’s at it again with this gallery of hilarious fake albums that we kinda wish were real.