We’re happy to see that California is a safe and accepting place for gay people. What is more unfortunate is how accepting they also are of earlobe earings that all the young people are wearing these days. Whoever decided that giant holes in your ears which later turn to saggy loops is attractive, needs a wake-up call.
But we like the idea that Christians, regardless of their orientation, can express their faith and be proud of it at Church like this one. Also, it seems like New Hope has a sense of humor, and that goes a long way in our books.
We have absolutely no idea why this photo is supposed to be funny in the slightest. Other than the fact that the number on this license plate is 69. Some 15-year-old troublemaker must have found their way on Reddit and posted this photo to think they would get some laughs out of people.
It was taken in Delaware, a state where people generally take themselves quite seriously. Probably the best thing to have ever come out of this East Coast state is the one and only Aubrey Plaza, who starred in the sitcom "Parks and Recreation." To be fair, we imagine she'd see the funny side of this photo.
Colorado is home to the great Rocky Mountains and likewise, a lot of bears. If you don’t want to end up in the stomach of one of these dangerous beasts, then you better refrain from feeding them. And keep your kids away from them also.
Thankfully, the state of Colorado found a light, humorous way to make that point in this playful little sign. Though it might be sending the wrong message here. Kids might look at it and think they actually have a chance of getting out of the bear once it swallows them whole. It's not going to play out that way!
A pretty hilarious photo showed up on Reddit, really showing just what to expect when stepping into the state of Arkansas. The image shows a man standing beside his truck, adorned with a humorous sign featuring a squirrel, proudly declaring itself the "World Champion Squirrel Cook-Off."
This quirky spectacle became the first encounter for someone who recently moved to Arkansas, as they strolled through the vibrant city square. We don't even know what a world-champion squirrel cook-off would look like. Do the squirrels cook the food? Or are they the food? We guess we need to go to Arkansas to find out the answer to that question.
In Arizona, the only way to deal with the blistering heat is to go outside fully protected. Temperatures in Arizona can reach 120 degrees Fahrenheit. You need an oven mitt just to handle the steering wheel of your car because it will burn your fingers otherwise. Most people stay inside during the summer anyway to avoid third-degree burns.
We are sure that there are more effective ways to handle the heat while driving around the likes of Phoenix, Mesa, Tucson, Scottsdale, or any of the other wonderful cities in this part of the world. But if you do wear mitts, we recommend taking them off when you get to the Grand Canyon.