A quick Caption competition for this the most Christmassey Month. What could represent Christmas more than this.
The first Comic-Con ever, takes place in Minsk, 1842. Cosplayers from all over Russia converge for this significant event. All four of them . . .
Rare photo from the last known Convocation of Deities, where the washed up Powers of the old world would congregate and attempt to stem the steady decline in their worshipers, [circa 1864.]
Pictured are the guest speakers, Lono, the Hawiian Tiki god, Ursa the Bear, a Japanese Oni demon and Treebeard the Ent.
The subject of the lecture is listed as “F*** Darwin, Anyway!”, and a guest list indicates it was the most attended panel of the entire Convocation.
Unretouched L’Oreal advert photos leak online
Professor Extreme family reunion? Apologies, cheap shot . . .
Behind the scenes at the filming of the 2013 DWM Christmas video, ‘Feliz Navidad’, JibJab™ Studios, Burbank CA.
Hahahaha. Yep, remarkable similarities now that you mention it . . .
“Pardon me sir or madam, our troop is selling girl scout cookies to raise funds again this year. They come in a variety of flavors and each cookie is guaranteed to contain at least 5% girl scout in every bite . . .”
Take a good look at that picture and ask yourself:
What in Hades desolate plains could possibly be behind that camera to evoke such strong reactions from the chaps being photographed?!?
“Are you the person who hung up the lost dog poster? We found your dog. We also gave him some minor genetic improvements . . . you might want to wear heavy gloves when feeding him in future. There was talk of a reward?”
Ok, I’ve read your description,
Is this what you mean by “flurries”
Its my lens you see…
No, not Blurring or Chromatic aberration…
No, the lens is still in one piece…
Its just after the last photo of the Forlaiths this is what everyone looks like in my photos..
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