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saloomy-memes · a day ago
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salchat · a day ago
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I have six little canvas fridge magnet-things. They were 50p each. I'm thinking Tinylantises would be nice on my fridge. Using all different materials - one in pen, one in oil pastel and so on. Wish it wasn’t school pick-up in half an hour. Oh well, let's see what can be done...
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vintageeveryday · a day ago
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Toilet paper and facial tissue weren’t always just white. Back in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s, toilet paper came in designer colors to match the vivid colors of bathrooms and fixtures of the era. So, where did the rainbow of luxurious softness for your sweet derriere and cute little button nose go? Find out more here...
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chewedcorn · 2 days ago
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A restaurant I saw in Amsterdam this weekend
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jerseydeanne · 2 days ago
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verityshush · 2 days ago
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Once more have I seen the Count go out in his lizard fashion
Jonathan. Jonathan. Jonathan. You CANNOT start your entry like that my guy, now I'm just imagining Dracula going out for a night on the town in some tacky yet incredibly flamboyant reptile skin ensemble.
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brutides · 2 days ago
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randomreasonstolive · 22 hours ago
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Reason to Live #7361
To spend time with my friends whenever I can.   – Guest Submission
(Please don't add negative comments to these posts.)
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spelledcoffee · 2 days ago
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via Giphy https://ift.tt/4RsZXqo
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saloomy-memes · 2 days ago
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tuftsoftulle · 2 days ago
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Ready to Wear | Moschino | SS 22
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vintageeveryday · 2 days ago
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The words “mammoth” and “potato” do not often go together. But in 1894, W. L. Thorndyke, a news reporter in Loveland, Colorado, decided to help a man named Joseph B. Swan. Swan was a farmer from outside Loveland who was looking to promote his farm. Thorndyke and Swan decided to enlist the help of Adam H. Talbot to capture a photograph that would do just that. The photograph that they created depicts a very large potato on Swan’s shoulder. This photo did not take long to circulate. An editor who thought it was funny first picked it up, then many more followed. Today, this photograph is considered to have possibly been the first viral photograph.
To make the photo, Talbot took a photo of a potato and enlarged it to mammoth size. He then cut out a wooden board the size and shape of this enlarged image and he attached the photograph to the board. Finally, he posed Swan holding this giant faux-potato on his shoulder.
Copies of the photograph began to circulate around the community. In the beginning, Joseph Swan never intended for people to even believe that his picture was real. He simply wanted to use this understanding people already had of large produce to his benefit. However, once the photo started circulating it was hard to stop people from this misinterpretation. It was inevitable that people would think it was a real potato especially, because something like this had never been done before. Lots of people asked for parts of the potato or seeds so they could grow their own. Some even wanted to put the potato on display. When people came to his farm and asked about the mammoth potato he would initially tell them the truth of the advertisement. However, he later claimed that it had been stolen, and he did not know where it was.
Whether this was to save his pride in not actually having such a large potato or simply laziness at retelling the story so many times is hard to tell. This is true of many circulating viral photos even today. Once it gets out of hand in this way it is hard to stop the ideas of the general public, and it is often easier to go along with their outrageous beliefs.
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chewedcorn · 2 days ago
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clever girl
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jerseydeanne · 23 hours ago
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slow-burn-sally · 9 months ago
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God Bless people who dress wild and go out in public. I love seeing a woman in all pink with pink hair and pink nails, with a tiny dog in a pink outfit in her bag. Or a massively goth dude covered in piercings sporting a giant green mohawk. Cosplayers. SCA reenactors. Ren Faire people. There’s nothing I love more than a pair of handsome young men walking around in Revolutionary War outfits. Just please keep dressing wild and freaky. You bring color to life, and it never fails to put a big smile on my face.
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marinella-ela · 2 months ago
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someo1ne · a year ago
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bestofinspirobot · 4 months ago
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Has everybody heard about the new thing? You’re supposed to go to inspirobot, and your first generated result is what your 2022 is going to be like.
...here’s mine....
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uh oh.
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saloomy-memes · a day ago
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darkestcinema · a year ago
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baroque in the 21st century
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