Unfortunately for Wembley, when heard from his mates at the stag party that his wedding night would be “all fanny diving” he greatly miscalculated his outfit for the portrait.
When Constable Farhott said that the life saving station should “look towards the heavens” he didn’t mean for it to also have barnacles on its arse.
No one in Wrigleyville Stadium was refunded their nickel when Strongman Apollon lost both his forearms in a misguided attempt to conquer the power of machines.
Bob Burman’s jalopy was left for weeks in the roadside grass. He hadn’t seen the log in the road the completely ruined the underside motor. Plus he was texting while driving. Idiot.
The Edwardian version of those little battery-powered cars my more moneyed neighbourhood friends had when we were five.
It was at this exact moment that Shelley realized she would never be able to love Frank. Not because he wasn’t a good man, or because he didn’t provide for her, but because his breath was STANK. (courtesy Barbara Levine, http://www.projectb.com/vintage_photographs)
10 miles into the great Yale-Vassar Bike Race, things got out of hand. For the record, Stan’s outfit was out of hand before they left. (via Life Magazine)
Isaac knew he was done for. He never beat his twin brother Isiah in their yearly bicycle race. Especially the countless times when the front wheel of his bicycle accidentally morphed into a gigantic Spaghetti-O (via Fixed Gear Blog).