My friend makes garb out of dog skin for scientists to wear when experimenting!

They are popular lab coats.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/thomasbrakeline
πŸ“…︎ Dec 09 2019
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A tailor walks into a clothes shop and requests a fine garb.

Unfortunately, everything they had was too small. I guess they didn’t suit him.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/FeedbackUSA
πŸ“…︎ Nov 17 2019
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Most nuns today no longer where the stereotypical religious garb, but they still dress in simple clothing...

out of habit.

^(edit: wear*)

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πŸ‘€︎ u/seekunrustlement
πŸ“…︎ Oct 03 2013
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I married the prince...

I went online and saw that a nigerian princess wanted to send me millions of dollars. However, I had to send $100 for handling fees on the check. However, I wanted confirmation. So I had her send me a picture. She did. Now, a princess needs a prince right? So I went online and found a picture of an eligible bachelor prince. Some guy from Jordan. I then took the two images, placed them side by side, and had some photoshopped ceremonial garb.

In otherwords, I married the prints. Of course, I took pictures of the happy event and sent them to the "princess" with the caption "I already married the prints." The scammer didn't reply unfortunately.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/Calthropstu
πŸ“…︎ May 28 2020
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There's an onion, and he's studying law at a prestigious college. He's in his third year, and after a particularly tough day, he gets an invite from one of his onion-friends to a party they're having that evening.

Being tired and weary, the lawyer-onion isn't sure whether to go, but decides he needs cheering up.

So he dresses smartly, puts on his favorite aftershave and heads over to his friend's.

He gets to the party to find it quite a packed affair and heads over to the bar - fighting through crowds of reveller-onions - to get a drink.

As he gets to the bar, he notices in one corner a slightly out-of-place female onion.

She looks a bit sad and being the compassionate onion that he is, he heads over to talk to her.

This is quickly affirmed as a good move, as they hit it off immediately; she was abandoned by her friends shortly after arriving and had been minding her own business ever since, but over a night of drinks and talking, they quickly fall into an infatuation and soon end up spending an oniony night of passion together.

When they awake in the morning, they don't find it awkward and a steady relationship between the two is struck.

This lasts a good while, having its ups and downs like any college relationship, but eventually the day comes when they both graduate.

The two couldn't be happier!

They both get jobs close to one another and move into an apartment together.

One day, the partner-onion is anxiously awaiting the lawyer-onion at home.

She's been ill all day and checking has confirmed her suspicions.

She tearfully - and joyfully - breaks the news to the lawyer-onion; they're going to have a tiny baby-onion together.

A shallot, if you will.

A few days later, this prompts the lawyer-onion to propose to his heretofore girlfriend-onion.

They are soon wed, having a fantastic wedding-day and husband and wife-onions are on top of the world.

The day comes of the birth and no complications - a tiny, healthy baby onion is born to two proud parents.

Seeing this little bundle of oniony love in their arms causes them to fall deeper in love than ever.

Over the next few years, husband-and-wife-onions' lives are fantastic.

He's prospering at work, she's really enjoying taking some time to raise the baby-onion and over time the baby-onion grows into a hale and hearty toddler-onion, who then becomes a child-onion.

One day, the idyll of the onions' lives is shattered when tragedy strikes.

The lawyer-onion (now a partner-onion in a prestigious law firm due to chance and hard work) is at work, and mother-onion is washing dishes and watching her child play in the yard.

She glances away to take another plate and turns her vision back to

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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πŸ‘€︎ u/honolulu_oahu_mod
πŸ“…︎ Oct 05 2019
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What do you call trash that has existed since 1200 BC?


Because it doesn't age

Idk if this exists already or not but I made it up

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πŸ‘€︎ u/reddithomeofmemes
πŸ“…︎ Mar 16 2020
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Far Side Comic Idea

A rooster dressed in Native American war garb, giving a fierce look to the viewer. Has a bowl haircut. All around lay the dead bodies of similarly-coiffed roosters, slain in battle.

Caption: The Last of the Moe-Chickens

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πŸ‘€︎ u/tkizzy
πŸ“…︎ Jan 24 2019
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Do you think that when you get really dressed up...

It should be called Avant Garb?

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πŸ‘€︎ u/pipesey
πŸ“…︎ Sep 27 2018
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Got Dadburned....

Scene: Halloween night (this is key), I am donned in normal garb (this is even keyer), and am approaching the front door to my parents house...

Me: knocks on door

Dad: opens door

Dad: "You dressed as a loser?"

Me: :(

End Scene.

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πŸ“…︎ Nov 11 2014
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The stone age was pretty rocky

But the era of clothing was just plain garb-age

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