We love a play on words. We love and appreciate people who think out of the box and turn simple things into interesting moments full of humor. What we can’t stand are laziness and people who do something for the sake of doing it. If you are going to update a road sign, the least you can do is do it properly.
Instead of using those cheap white stickers and handwritten letters, whatever happened to proper gangster graffiti spray? It would have looked much more professional, and people might have even taken notice. Next time you want to update a road sign, come to us. We’ll show you how it’s done.
Ask Me About My Wiener
First, for those who are finding it hard to identify what we are seeing here, this is a human-sized hotdog with a splash of mustard and a set of green headphones just walking down the street, singing Do Wah Diddy Diddy Dum Diddy Do. This could have been taken during the world pandemic, thinking this might be a great alternative for a facial mask.
This could be a Halloween costume, which sure scares the heck out of us, and it could just be a plain old cold winter day. The dude just found this outfit very warm and cozy — what he looked like to others never crossed his mind.
This is when reality is thrown in your face, and the true colors are revealed, all coated with a blanket of humor and a touch of sophistication. And we absolutely love it. Now, we are not sure where this sign is placed and where it was seen; however, it is so good it can be placed anywhere, and the message will make its way easily. Imagine a child seeing this hanging on his parent's door. Or, even better, at your mechanics?
What we are trying to say is that, just like politicians, you can't trust anyone. Parents are dishonest with kids when they don't want to expose them to the harsh sides of life; mechanics are dishonest with their clients because you can't really fix a 15-year-old car, and politicians, well, there is no need to explain.
Please note. This next photo has not been photoshopped; neither have any children been injured. This is a doll's head the pitbull is playing with. This is the most terrifying image we can come across any day. Yes, we know it's not real, but still.
The next thing we suppose will happen is the dog throwing up the rest of the doll it had already consumed. Why don't these dog owners take better care of their pets? Who are they trying to impress? And why do we have to see images like this even though they are not real, photoshopped, or interesting at all?
Technology has affected us all, and not one thing hasn't changed. Even homeless people and how they ask for money to make their living is not what it used to be. If, twenty years ago, we would see a homeless person lying on a street corner, in his rags, hugging a dog (they always have a stray dog with them), then it's completely different these days.
A skunk has exchanged the dog, and the homeless man doesn't even need to be around. The skunk is there to save the spot so no other beggar takes over. Especially not at Christmas time when it gets really busy, and they can make a fortune.