I have never considered Whataburger “hometown cooking”
I have never considered Whataburger “hometown cooking”
I came to see a glorious picture of Blue Bell. I leave disappointed…til I go to my freezer and see it in person.
#9 I wouldn’t buy these for $20, but if I saw them for a few dollars at a garage sale, I totally would.
I’ll trade you my cherries for your lemons.
Sadly I scored well by thinking “did McDonalds have a Happy Meal toy based on this movie?”
Ah yes, throwing away food you’ve already bought that could be donated to people in need, that’ll show them!…
I’m guessing the friend is having trouble remembering after receiving a concussion in the beat down that followed having to tell a returning soldier the dog isn’t there anymore? seriously though, you almost hope something like this is a hoax and there really aren’t people who sell your stuff when you’re fighting overseas.
yup, that’s about the same look i’d have if i ever got that close to david bowie
“I’ve got to fire that agent.”
#23 I may be a cynic since I’m unsure I’ll ever find human love, but at least I have a dog.
I had a cousin I never met who had a wish granted. He wanted to spend one last day at Disney Land with his sister in hopes she could remember the good times and not what was to come. I’ll never forget the letter his mother wrote to us soon after he passed and how grateful she was to the Make a Wish foundation and its contributors. It seems like such a simple thing, but it means so so much to the family. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to take the garbage out cause I think there are some onions around.
i’ve seen 13 at other grocery stores and 21 at more parking lots than i’d like to recall
#5 This one is kinda funny since Nickelodeon showed the Star Trek cartoon back in the day and also You Can’t Do That on TV which you bring up in number 7. Also most of my friends and I had emails by the time we graduated HS, def had beepers, wrote my college applications on the computer (though I did also have an older word processor).
YES!!!…err I mean SÃ!
I took extra courses (NEERRRDDD) so I was lucky enough to have some pretty decent classes with some neat people. The worst part was getting back to my car after the day was over. There were no trees in the parking lot and I had a blue Tbird with dark blue plush seats, metal seat belts that would give your hands 3rd degree burns, and an AC that took about 10 minutes to actually start cooling. Fun times!
Exactly. They should take some of the characters of their older movies and just squeeze them altogether. Mega Crocosharktopusnado
I love how the European tour has them do something different almost every week. Rory v the robot and the looks on the blindfold challenge were some of my favs.
The one where he got a bit fat looks close to Hank Hill
I’m pretty speechless at the she can watch TV outside while the rest of the family gets to walk through suggestion they were given. Also, kid’s got a great smile, love her and her friends in the first pic.
Of course there will be a sequel. Sharktopusnado!
I’m glad I am not the only one. I have so many spirals and notebooks. Also, #12 My father likes to do this:
-helpless hamburger + help
I always liked the name Amelia after reading Amelia Bedelia.
I never noticed til now how much books were a big part of my elementary school education. I guess it just seems obvious, but comparing it to later years in school, it is quite a difference. I mean we went to the library every week, did book reports (on books I wanted to read), were read to (we got gummy worms when the teacher read How To Eat Fried Worms to us), hell we even watched Reading Rainbow. Later on except for English class it was more so all about texts and learning for tests. Kind of a bummer to think about. Anyway, my favorites back then were Shel Silverstein and Beverly Cleary (Ramona, Socks, and Freckle Juice).
Like Bub, I too am interested in that pillow.
oh wow, i had somehow forgotten about dan v dave which is amazing cause it really was EVERYWHERE. it’s obvious it didn’t work because had you asked me before seeing this, I would’ve told you it was a Nike thing. also, if nothing else, some of these would make some excellent 30 for 30s on ESPN
#5 That’s a pretty large dryer…
They do an example of how hot your car gets on the news every year between Spring & Summer. There are so many misconceptions people have that your child or pet will be OK as long as the temperature isn’t 90 degrees +. I have a black lab mix, a dark blue SUV, and live in TX so I’m always cautious about how quick my errand really will be. They also give tips to parents such as putting the car seat behind the passenger seat and putting something in the back such as your phone, purse, briefcase, etc so when you retrieve it, you can make sure. If you don’t have those things, a stuffed animal who sits in the car seat when the baby doesn’t and sits in the front seat when the baby does. It is amazing how many parents forget and if they’re not found by someone else, don’t remember until they drive back to daycare later on that their child has been in the car all that time.
#9 #multiple #hashtags #are #so #annoying
been over people running onto the baseball field for years now. taking selfies doesn’t make it any more creative.
I just came for the pictures of cats, thanks.
I feel like I should go out and buy some Noxema, they’re so fresh looking. #5 is gorg
i love his quote
#10 Living in SA, after seeing this one I had to start over and look at not just the harsh conditions you can see these children working in, but realize they are without many more things we take for granted. It was 108 the other day and I cannot imagine being outside all day going to a home with no AC and being without something simple like shoes.
#13 I usually have to watch his parts over cause I get caught up in his eyes and forget to pay attention
I love the way the woman on the left in #4 is working it. Lovely find.
If the thing that upsets you the most about the Diary of Anne Frank is something you perceive as “pornographic tendencies”, there is seriously something wrong with your hardwiring
so ugly, but sooooo soft
you and i have a different definition of the word “cute”