Homespun Advice

Grandpa is a wise old man. He gives good advice when it’s to his advantage, because he’s spent a lifetime figuring other people out. The young man could learn more from Grandpa if he’d look a little deeper. And while Gramps may regret not skydiving in his youth, he certainly doesn’t want to do it now, because a nap on the porch with no interruptions is a lovely way to spend the afternoon. This is the latest from Buttersafe.


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Humanoids are always asking Han how he manages to look so aloof at all times, trying to glean his secret so they can earn a few more cool points, but Han ain't saying much at the moment. He's so cool his body has turned to pure carbonite, and when people ask him questions he just smirks and thinks about winking, which he can't actually do because he's essentially a big block of stone. But wars will come and go, and Han will still be the star of the show, just as cool as ever, forever and ever!

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People Dressed as Pool Balls Re-Enact a Perfect Break


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The long-running Japanese TV show Masquerade asks contestants to re-enact scenes with low-tech visual effects. The overall theme appears to be something like the pantomime tradition in Western theatre.

Here's an impressive clip from that show. The performers are dressed as pool balls. The player smoothly breaks the rack, sending the heads rolling toward the pockets.

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Colin Furze Builds the Ultimate Doorbell

Crazy inventor Colin Furze was tired of missing deliveries to his house, since he orders a lot of parts through the mail. So he built a doorbell that no one could miss. No matter where they are.

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Um, no thanks. The doorbell I have works just fine. The problem I have is getting anyone to use it instead of knocking lightly. -via Tastefully Offensive


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Speed Dating for Anime Fans

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Good news, my otaku brothers! There may be opportunities beyond our dakimakuras! Yes, you love your waifu. But you need a backup plan in case things don't work out.

That's why you should consider Otaku Speed Dating, a new dating service in New York City. It holds hour long speed dating events that match single anime fans with each other. At the end, the participants fill out cards expressing who they'd like to get to know better. The service then introduces matches to each other. Rocket News 24 gives us the details:

Participants must be 18 or older, but there’s no dress code to adhere to. Otaku Speed Dating says to come in whatever is comfortable for you. The company even expressly states that light cosplay is welcome, although it asks that attendees refrain from wearing bulky, walkway obstructing outfits or bringing weaponry, even of the fake variety. Snacks and soft drinks are served at all events, and alcohol can be purchased at certain venues if you’re over 21 and need a glass of liquid courage.


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Tornado in a Jar

Oliver is five years old. He’s had a YouTube account for a month or so, and this is his first science video, in which we learn how to make a tornado in a jar.

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After the tornado in a jar, Oliver has some tips on how to stay safe in the event of a tornado. You’ll have to supply your own consonants. Outside of the science lab, Oliver does not resemble a mad scientist. Although he may grow up to be one someday! -via Viral Viral Videos

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Unaltered Images That Seem Like They're Photoshopped

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People cry Photoshop when they think something's wrong with an image, but if they'd spent less time crying fake and more time Googling they'd see many of those supposed fakes are actually the real deal.

Take this terrifying photo for instance:

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People screamed fake when it was posted, but if the accusers had simply rotated their point of view they would see it for what it really is- a visual gag done well.

And then there are those who refuse to believe bright, vibrant colors like these can be captured in the wild, when we all know Mother Nature is one hell of a painter.

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People said a lizard couldn't be caught on camera while chillin' with a leaf, but those buzzkills were just trying to harsh this little guy's mellow.

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And as for the image at the top of the post- just a trippy optical effect caused by a tarp thrown over the Hausmannian building in Paris during renovation in 2007. No Photoshop, no bull!

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Stepping Back 100 Years

Believe it or not, this picture was taken this morning at the Waterloo train station in London. A friend of redditor Raimon86 snapped it on the way to work. Others assure us that the same scene is happening all over Britain, as they commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.

The BBC has a roundup of the many commemoration ceremonies taking place today.


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How on Earth Do These Optical Illusions Work?!


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Kokichi Sugihara, a world-recognized expert on crafting optical illusions, has really outdone himself.

My best guess is that the camera is angled precisely to create inaccurate impressions from both the viewer's perspective as well as the mirror reflection. When the hands turn the forms, they briefly take on strange shapes that don't jive with the previous impressions

Sugihara quite rightly won second place at the Best Illusion of the Year competition this year with these odd cylinders.

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10 Incredible Innovations at the New Shanghai Disneyland

Disney’s newest theme park opened in Shanghai, China, just two weeks ago. It’s a showcase of innovation and technology, all 21st-century from the ground up. And it’s not only modern, but many of the park’s features are specifically designed with Chinese visitors in mind. You’ll want to go yourself, when you read about what’s new in Disney entertainment there.

Other Disneyland Parks have their own castles, but none feature as many princesses as the one at Shanghai Disneyland. The Enchanted Storybook Castle doesn’t just feature Cinderella or Sleeping Beauty, as is the case at other parks. Instead, it has gorgeous mosaics that depict all of the princesses from Snow White and Belle to Tiana and Merida. The detail that went into the park’s landmark is incredible, and it’s also the largest castle at any Disney park thus far. Rides there include Once Upon a Time, Voyage to the Crystal Grotto, and then there’s the Ignite the Dream nighttime display. If you’ve seen it at other Disney parks, you’ll understand just why the display at Shanghai Disneyland tops them all.

Read about the Marvel Universe, the Toy Story Hotel, the Treasure Cove, the Jet Packs ride, and more to see at Shanghai Disneyland at Money Inc.

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How to Dad


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How do you convince a baby to clean your house? It's really easy because before they hit the terrible twos, babies will do pretty much whatever you ask of them. The dad of the How to Dad YouTube channel shows how in his latest instructional video.

The entire channel is worth exploring, as it provides helpful tips for new dads, such as how to put a baby to sleep, how to get a child to fetch you a beer, and how to develop a dad bod.

-via Simone Giertz

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Ten Medical Innovations of World War I

The Battle of the Somme began 100 years ago today, July 1, 1916. The global toll was over a million dead and wounded in the battle that lasted for months. The number of wounded in World War I far exceeded anything the western world had seen before. As the war dragged on for years, medical personnel feverishly developed ways to evacuate the wounded, save lives, and alleviate suffering from the new and terrifying weapons that were used. Many of those innovations led to modern medicine and methods we take for granted today. A new exhibition at the Science Museum in London called Wounded: Conflict, Casualties and Care highlights some of those innovations, like blood transfusions.

Doctors had been experimenting with blood transfusion as early as Sir Christopher Wren – now better known for his architecture – who demonstrated the procedure on animals in 1665. In the 20th Century, medical professionals understood blood types and began to perform successful transfusions in humans. The massive amounts of blood loss seen in the casualties of WWI, however, required more dependable and faster techniques.

The invention of the apparatus shown here marks a watershed. Before the war, most blood transfusions required a direct person-to-person process, which was cumbersome and high-risk – not to mention difficult in the high-pressure situation of the front. The first major breakthrough, developed by Canadian Lawrence Bruce Robertson at the western front in 1917, allowed instead for blood to be removed with one needle, pumped through a bottle, and then out through another needle. But it was another Robertson, British-born American Oswald Hope Robertson, who pioneered the system pictured, which allowed not only for indirect transfusion, but for blood to be stored safely (on ice) for up to 26 days.

Other medical advances that came out of World War I were oxygen masks, anesthesia delivery, prosthetic limbs, the portable fluoroscope, and more. Read about ten medical innovations of World War I at BBC Future. -via Digg

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Strong Is The Force, Of Course! - Luke And The Little Green Man


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With a wave of his hand the little green man sent Luke floating into the sky, and as he dangled there he couldn't help but stare at that tiny little guy. How was he able to move things with his mind? And would he turn cruel after acting so kind? Luke couldn't help but be amazed by the master, a guy who called the swamps home and yet didn't own a blaster. But more than anything else Luke was scared, and there appeared to be nobody here who cared. How could he help free the people from the Empire when he was spinning in the air like a roast wampa over fire?

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Rolls-Royce Unveils Their Futuristic Self-Driving Concept Car

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Rolls-Royce put themselves in a rather precarious position by setting their price point so high few can afford their cars, and by making their cars so luxurious customers have come to expect interior perfection.

And now that competing companies are upping the ante by adding cutting edge tech to their newer models Rolls has to work even harder to stay on top.

So they've unveiled their concept car which represents the future of autonomous automotive technology- the Rolls-Royce 103EX.

The 103EX features a massive OLED display, gull wing doors that light your way with a "red carpet" effect, and an artificial intelligence named Eleanor who will drive you around so you can relax in the lap of luxury. The future's looking mighty fancy!

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10 Genius Acts of Awesomeness

Making the world a better place can be tough. But as these tenaciously altruistic moves prove, sometimes all you need is a great idea.

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1. THE WORLD’S MOST HUGGABLE LIBRARY

In 1990, a teacher in rural Colombia named Luis Soriano noticed two things: First, many of the local children were illiterate; second, he happened to own two donkeys. So he did the logical thing, and created a “biblioburro,” or a library donkey. At dawn, Soriano loads up the donkey’s saddlebags with more than 100 books. Then, he travels to remote villages where he picks up kids, gives them rides to school, and encourages them to read while they commute. This has been going on for two decades, despite the fact that Soriano has a full-time job and was once attacked by bandits on his route. (When the robbers saw he had no money—only a donkey laden with books—they tied him to a tree and left.) Since the project began, the biblioburro has served 15 villages and more than 4,000 kids.

2. BEN FRANKLIN’S FUTURE GAMBLE

It started as something of a joke. In 1785, a French mathematician named Charles-Joseph Mathon de la Cour wrote a satire of Benjamin Franklin’s (famously optimistic) Poor Richard’s Almanack called Last Will and Testament of Fortunate Richard. This version involved a character so bullish about the future that, in his will, he bequeaths money that can’t be touched for 500 years. Franklin said he was “particularly charmed” with the idea—so charmed that he actually ran with it. When he died in 1790, he left £2,000 (about $8,800) to the cities of Boston and Philadelphia on one condition: They couldn’t touch the bulk of it for 100 years, at which point they could make a partial withdrawal. Then they had to wait another 100 years before getting the rest. The cities obeyed. Fast-forward 200 years, and the Franklin Fund is worth $6.5 million.

3. THE MAN WHO SAVED AFGHANISTAN’S ART

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Typographic Graffiti Shifts during the Day

The artist Daku created this unique mural in New Delhi. The front of this building is covered in letter forms perpendicular to the wall. As the sun moves across the sky, the letters slant. By this, Daku expresses that time constantly changes all things, including the values and priorities on the wall. Chaos, perception, faith, fear, ego--these are just a few of the features of human experience that shift as people grow.

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The Weirdest Ways Paleontologists Have Found Fossils


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How did the Urinator montanus get its name? The paleontologist Jason Poole was on a dig in Montana in 1999. He need to relieve his bladder, so he found a secluded spot and got down to business.

When he looked down at his target, he realized that it was a fossil. It was an Allosaurus, which he knicknamed Urinator montanus after his method of discovery.

It was a stroke of sheer luck, so don't try to replicate Poole's research. But other scientists have also found fossils through unusual encounters. Smithsonian magazine describes several, such as the Haley O'Brien's pre-menstrual meeting:

While digging at some fossil mammal sites in eastern Africa, O’Brien says, “I was lady-hormone-ing real bad one day and decided the best option was to quietly remove myself from the quarry under the guise of prospecting so I could go nuclear by myself.” This is a part of fieldwork that’s not often talked about. “Your body doesn’t exactly stop functioning when you’re in the field, hormones included,” she says. So O’Brien decided to disappear along a winding riverbed leading away from the excavation.

The local geology was perfect for stress relief. “I followed my way around a river bend to an outcrop that hadn’t produced any fossils for years and started picking up half dollar-sized concretions out of the wall for stress relief,” O’Brien says. Just minutes into this exercise, she plucked out an intact rodent skull, which meant that she would have to call the crew over. O’Brien continued to wander, “trying to put off lady-Def Con 10”, but more plucking and chucking stones only revealed more fossils, some of which became type specimens—or the emblematic representatives—of their species. “It was like a Groundhog Day best-worst fossil-finding PMS-fueled nightmare,” O’Brien says.

-via American Digest


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How to Be a Canadian

Happy Canada Day! To help you know Canadian culture better, the comedy group IFHT explains what it means to be Canadian, from poutine to toques.

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I think it’s pretty comprehensive. Even more so than “Canadian, Please.” -via Tastefully Offensive


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130 People Using a Single Pair of Skis Simultaneously


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As a teambuilding exercise, the Finnish energy firm St1 had 130 employees wear and use one pair of skis. The custom-built skis (yeah, you can't find these in sporting goods stores) were 140 meters long.

The workers strapped themselves into the skis at a track in the city of Lahti, then skied together for 130 meters without a single foot slipping its bindings. This earned St1 a Guinness World Record for the largest number of people attached to a single pair of skis.


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The Enterprise Studio Model, Restored and on Display

The original starship USS Enterprise from the 1966-68 series Star Trek has been sitting neglected at the Smithsonian Institution for years. Now it’s on display in the Boeing Milestones of Flight Hall in the National Air and Space Museum, after a painstaking restoration job.  

The final stages of the conservation treatment came together in the last few months. In April 2016, the Enterprise model, in pieces, was in the large artifact booth in the Mary Baker Engen Restoration Hangar. Special Advisory Committee member Gary Kerr was dubbed our “oracle,” double-checking his notes and diagrams before any detail went onto the model. (There are 952 holes in the faux grill inside the starboard nacelle. He counted.) And Bill George and John Goodson, both of Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), worked with Kim Smith of Pulse Evolution to carry out the physical detailing. Together, they were consummate professionals, bringing their expertise into an ongoing conversation with the Museum staff. More than once, the whole team stopped work to discuss the choices being made, assuring that everyone agreed before proceeding.

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Looks good, doesn’t it? You can see more pictures of the restoration at the National Air and Space Museum site. -via Gamma Squad

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A Brother's Love

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Big brother and little sister will always have a special, loving relationship--until the cash changes hands. He loves her because he's invested a lot in the relationship. So join in the fun and keep in mind her resale value.


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Name That Art

Soul Pancake staged a game. A young child, in this case, 5-year-old Alexa, describes famous works of art. Two art experts try to guess what piece she’s describing. If you want to play along, you should move the video out of your line of sight and just listen to the audio.

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In another video, 7-year-old Chris describes three other masterpieces. This is harder, because he’s starts out with abstract art.   

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A good time was had by all. -via Digg

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Awesome First Grade Teacher Lets Her Students Draw on Her Dress

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Chris-ShaRee Castlebury has a special gift for her "precious Picassos." She's a first grade teacher at Pat Henry Elementary School in Lawton, Oklahoma. Toward the end of the school year, she asks her students to draw on a dress with fabric markers, which she wears on the last day.

Castlebury calls it her "memory dress." It's her unique way to remember the children that she taught that year. She tells the Today show:

"It is a memory dress because I don't want to lose the beauty of the kids as they have to grow up and move on from me," Castlebury told TODAY in an email interview from South Korea, where her husband is stationed in the U.S. Army. "It is a wonderful thing, but so sad each year to fall in love with these kids and then have to say 'see ya later.'

-via Geekologie

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The First American Hero - He's Got Your Back


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In the 80s we met the Greatest American Hero, but that guy ain't got nothin' on the First American Hero, our old pal Cap. Both had similarly scrawny backstories, and both were given super powers by a substance, but only Cap proved himself worthy of wearing the stars and stripes like a true patriotic icon. Besides, Cap came this close to punching Adolf Hitler in the face, can that other guy say that?

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Jeff Goldblum Reads a Children's Book Version of Independence Day


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20 years ago, actors Jeff Goldblum and Will Smith defeated an alien invasion as described in the 1996 documentary Independence Day. To promote the sequel, Independence Day: Resurgence, Goldblum composed a children's book recounting those famous events. This will help children who weren't born at the time to learn about the tumultuous invasion and resistence. 

Jesse Usher, who appears in Resurgence, was only 4 years old at the time. Watch Goldblum mesmerize him with his storytelling.

Content warning: foul language.

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Yearbook Photos Of The 2016 Presidential Election Candidates

The 2016 Presidential election has such a diverse and odd cast of characters it almost seems like America is being trolled by a hidden camera show.

But as far as we can tell they're all human beings with average Earthling backstories, which means they all attended high school at some point.

Bernie Sanders (above) must have attended high school a really, really long time ago because his photo is fading out of existence with age.

Once upon a time Donald Trump actually had normal hair and a normal, non-orange skin tone.

And Ted Cruz didn't look anything like the Zodiac Killer or the lead singer of Stryper when he was in high school, so his creepy looks must have come with age.

Hillary was once an adorable straight A student with that same great smile, but apparently had yet to discover those stiff jackets and pantsuits she loves so much these days.

See These Yearbook Photos Of 2016 Presidential Candidates Will Take You (Way) Back here


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Prankster Leaves Funny Signs at the Zoo

Obvious Plant is Jeff Wysaski's ongoing project to leave funny but fake signs in public places to confuse and amuse people. Most recently, he left official-looking signs at the Los Angeles Zoo that educate visitors about the animals that they see. They describe meerkat psionics, why the Southern Crested Screamer screams, and koala deceptions.

Yes, we know about Phillip. So do Edna and Edna's divorce attorney.


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Kite Surfer Rescued by Batman and Robin

Friends Derren Guile and David Schneider were out kayaking last Sunday off the coast of Sussex. They were dressed as Batman and Robin because they were participating in the Superhero Paddle at Shoreham Beach. The cosplay event turned into an opportunity for real heroism when the two saw a kite surfer struggling in the distance.

David, aka Robin, said: “We were out in the water having a bit of fun and I noticed this kite surfer had got into a bit of trouble.

“His kite was in the water and he was being dragged across the beach.

“I probably watched him for about ten minutes and thought ‘he’s not getting that back up’, so I paddled over, obviously dressed as Robin and called my comrade to help me.

“He was gobsmacked when we turned up. He just looked round and said ‘oh no’.

“I said ‘it’s not every day Batman and Robin come to save you is it?’.”

The kayakers helped the surfer to shore, and then went back out to retrieve his surfboard. The surfer didn’t stick around long, as “he was a bit embarrassed.” The news site compared the caper to a famous scene from a BBC TV special in which two guys inadvertently fight crime as they travel to a fancy dress ball. You can see that video at the Bognor Regis Observer. -via Arbroath


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A Music Video Made Using Snapchat Filters

People who aren't fond of new tech claim you can't do anything good with smartphones or the apps contained within, but those luddites are applying limitations to this technology that simply aren't there.

The beauty of using apps to do something other than post to social media is you wind up discovering capabilities the designers didn't even think about when they created the app.

Snapchat lenses automate a bunch of different video effects, such as face warping, overlays and color changes, so you can apply fun filters to your images in an instant.

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And, as singer Ingrid Michaelson discovered while making the wonderfully weird music video for her song “Hell No”, Snapchat lets you easily turn simple video footage into total madness.

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Selective Memory

This curious slogan takes up the entire back of a Chevy truck in Oregon. After marveling at the creative spelling and kerning, you have to wonder at the motivation behind it. Various redditors offered their explanations as to the identity of Perl Horber.

Perl Horber is the town's sole Uber driver. The sign was supposed to read "a limo", but Perl lost her train of thought when placing the order.

-catharticbullets

I'm guessing Perl Horber was this persons childhood neighbor. Growing up they were the best of friends, always going on adventures and getting into trouble. Until one fateful day they decided to go swimming at the pond near their friend Ali Mo's house. Perl tragically drowned and I dont think this person was ever able to get over that, and still in some way holds Ali responsible. It consumes them so much that it affects almost every aspect of their everyday life, including knowing how to park in a space correctly. Its sad really.

-joy4874

"Hold the Bear, Alimo!"
"Hold the bear!"
"Hold the bear!"
"Hor thebear!"
"Hor thebor!"
"Horthebor!"
"Hordebor!"
"Horbor!"
"HORBOR"
HORBOR

-JesusDeSaad

The truck has been spotted more than once, so we know it isn’t Photoshop.

-via reddit

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