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The Fountain - Random

The Fountain

“The new artwork’s position at our local Skate Country is highly questionable.”

(via source)

Paper Trail - Random

Paper Trail

“Wonder when he realized.”

(via source)

The Blueberry Butcher - Random

The Blueberry Butcher

“Headline placement for a local pie eating contest.”

(via source)

The Noise Complaint - Random

The Noise Complaint

“My pregnant mom was staying at a hotel in 1989, retching and dry heaving. The hotel staff sent her this complaint thinking the noises were ‘oragies.'”

(via source)

Welcome To Celebrity Jeopardy - Random

Welcome To Celebrity Jeopardy

“I guess they’re trying to be festive?”

(via source)

Vanity Fair - Random

Vanity Fair

“Is it ‘Nicest Mom,’ ‘NC State Mom,’ or…”

(via source)

Shoulda Gone With “Pixie” - Random

Shoulda Gone With “Pixie”

“So this came with my daughter’s craft set.”

(via source)

Ken Doll Gets A Makeover - Articles

Ken Doll Gets A Makeover

Last year, Barbie unveiled a new line of diverse dolls, with three different body types, seven skin tones, and 22 eye colors. Seriously, though, we do applaud their efforts. But...
The 1865 Version Of Tinder - Couples

The 1865 Version Of Tinder

“A man advertising for a wife in Maine, 1865.”

CHANCE FOR A SPINSTER–a young man in Aroostook County, Maine advertising for a wife, speaks of himself as follows: “I am eighteen years old, and have a good set of teeth and believe in Andy Johnson, the star spangled banner, and the 4th of July. I have taken up a State lot, cleared 18 acres last year, and seeded ten of it down. My buckwheat looks first rate, and the oats and potatoes are bully. I have got nine sheep, a two-year-old bull, and two heifers, besides a house and barn. I want to get married. I want to buy bread-and-butter, hoop skirts, and waterfalls for some person of the female persuasion during life. That’s what’s the matter with me. But I don’t know how to do it.” 

(via source)

The Walking Dead - Random

The Walking Dead

“My wife is a water-colorist. Here’s a painting she made for our niece.”

(via source, painting by Beth Trott, who is awesome)