Dripping links.

Hair donations.

This is a bit dated but still “Huh?”-worthy.

1950s lipstick.

Mask enforcement.

Post-pandemic New Yorker covers.

The meme-fication of lumber.

Walls of receipts.

Say it withy me: awww, what a sweetheart!

In other news, we got this check from our mortgage company:

Yeah, I’m not gonna use a 50 cent stamp to send this to our bank.

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4 Responses to Dripping links.

  1. Kathleen Walsh says:

    Ha. ha! The bank gave you their 2 cents worth! In Canada, we no longer use pennies, So a three cent bill jumps to five cents and a 2 cent difference lowers to zero. SO basically the bank gave you zero at least in this country. Once the bank is re-opened you could cash it when going for some other business, though! It reminds me of a waitress i met in Texas where the minimum wage is so low it only covers the mandatory payroll deduction taxes and other fees of the employers side, She showed me her paycheck and for a full time job she earned zero after dediuctions. She completely depended in tips for her survival. I consider this to be a morally bankrupt and corrupt system in that state, and in the state of Florida as well, that permits such abuse of labourers work and time. People in this states need to lobby to get the laws changed on minimum wages because this is financial abuse. And that is my two cents worth. Needless to say, given this rant, that I left her a large tip, equivalent to the cost of my meal.

  2. gayle says:

    (If the mtg co had asked you before cutting the check, you could have had them apply it to the principle…)
    That mask enforcement video was both hilarious and terrifying – even knowing it was a prank!

  3. kimsdee says:

    I remember some of my mother’s make-up’s packaging — true works of art and craftsmanship.

  4. Those New Yorker covers are really powerful. Thanks for sharing!

    I’ve always been a little hesitant about hair donations, since I’ve colored my hair for so long that most places probably wouldn’t take it. Still, I’m glad there are charities who are able to benefit from the year-of-no-haircuts!

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