@My Number Is My Address I was going to up-thumb this but I figured three is the perfect number for it.
I imagine being married to William T. Vollmann involves keeping a LOT of distance.
@City_Dater I would have been satisfied with Triscuit.
A REAL kitten marrying a REAL doll, now that's news.
William Vollmann eloping with his feminine side[s], I'm afraid won't sell many papers.
I've... seen things you people wouldn't believe... Dust bunnies piled high under the dresser of your son. I swept mouse droppings in the dark under the basement refrigerator. All those... chores... will be left for humanity, like tears... in... rain. Time... to die.
By The Future is Here on Ad Sad
The subtext of this ad is that you can rescue the clinically depressed loved one/friend/family member in your life who sleeps a lot by spending a lot of money on Christmas this year.
@liz It's not raining and the animals don't have a punch up at the end.
@My Number Is My Address Little kids have trouble keeping their balance. But "It's a subway not a lifeboat" has had me giggling for a good five minutes.
"Obviously you should get up for a...young child"
I disagree! If the kid can stand on his or her own why are they more deserving of a seat than a middle aged person? Plus kids hate sitting. F them I say!
Hmmm... I think it seems a little patronizing? Like, I would offer my seat if the "little person" had mobility issues or some kind of handicap, or was pregnant, but I don't see being a little person in and of itself being a handicap.