Ancient Scot Richard's Warriors: Dick's Picts
Loki - Trick pics (from my brother)
Pictures of an Adam Sandler movie: "Click" pics.
Pictures of a Kaitlin Olson character: The Mick's pics
Screenahots of these comments: Wit pics
Leaky faucet: drip pics
X1 Cumberbatch photos: Benedict pics
X2 Pope photos: Benedict pics (also works)
X3 Turncoat snaps: Benedict pics
X4 "Wong" image: Benedict pics
Legal command: Writ pics
Pictures of twigs: Stick pics
A Christmas Story scene: lick pics
Pictures of a Winter Saint: Nick pics
Syringe photos: prick pics (from a friend)
Sporting goods store images: Dick's pics.
Dan Harmon cartoon character: Rick's pics.
It's plumb crazy, but I have pipe dreams!
Me: Yikes! What is The Cure?
Doctor: Oh my God. It is worse than I thought!
"Ahhh... Was this meant for your boyfriend"-Dad
Because he was all about his essays
here's a photo of my daughter and me taken with it
When it becomes apparent
I pulled beside the shiny car, beaming at the price and quality...except I noticed the back passenger door seemed have water dripping out the side panel. I giggled to myself:
Might as well call it a'Leakin, amirite?
Years ago I used to use a LexisNexis database of companies that would give corporate information like name, address, and general business description. While most of them were pretty bland, there were a bunch of them with some really cheesy puns, and over a few years I built quite a collection.
Today I share with you "NEXIS IS RIDICULOUS.txt":
Our first day in it, I was unpacking boxes downstairs, when water started to drip from the ceiling. I went upstairs and found that my wife had showered, only to realize afterward that the shower lacked any kind of sealant between the tiles. Sensing my frustration with the shoddy workmanship, my wife replied, "You're just going to have to give it the benefit of the grout."
Mom: Hey I am putting the gravy back in the jar if anyone is looking for it.
Me: Did you seal it tightly so it doesn't drip?
Mom: Yeah it should be good.
Me: Good I wouldn't want it to be ajar.
Coffee used to be made in a coffee pot. Now, everyone uses a drip coffee maker, but they still call the container a pot. It doesn't get put on a fire to make the coffee perk, so it isn't a coffee pot. It is a carafe.
You have a carafe of coffee. You pour the coffee out of the carafe into a cup. It is now decarafinated coffee.
I am a dad, and I approve this message!