“I dropped my headphones in the sand and all the iron collected on the magnets.”
“Sand sculpture I was lucky to see on my morning walk”
“Over 10 years, my socks have buffed the right pedal on my piano.”
“The way these pillars look like people looking at each other.”
“My statue of Zeus broke and now he looks like he’s throwing someone a roll of toilet paper”
“After 3+ years of daily use, I replaced my shoes with an identical pair”
“This tiny ceiling tile at my house”
“My Uber driver offered a conversation “menu” for his ride”
“The ice in my coffee looks like a paw print.”
“My grandma has a radio that look like old computer”
“Packaging from new laptop is 100% recycled plastic, 25% of which was reclaimed from the oceans.”
“This stadium has sunblock dispensers everywhere.”
“Found this block of cheese in my Cheeto puffs today”
“My bathtub fills up with water from the ceiling.”
This chain is so old, the rust makes it look like wood.
Mini tent displays
This dentist office knows what’s up.
Who you gonna call?
“A tasty piece of Salmon from this Salmon ATM in Singapore.”
New dishwasher has a third rack for large cooking utensils
“My shirt’s cuff has thousands of mushrooms printed on it.”
“In India glass soda bottles are reused so you may get a 40 year old bottle with branding to match.”
“I’m the Dude. So that’s what you call me. You know, that or, uh, His Dudeness, or uh, Duder, or El Duderino if you’re not into the whole brevity thing.”
There’s no Mr. Lebowski here. Millionaire or not, I don’t think anyone wants the problems associated with that name, especially the Dude. We’ve lost too many rugs.ny rugs.