Score
Title
49371
A note hanging from this taxi driver's steering wheel
9907
Shedding my Skin
16105
Genius
50646
My grandpa in 1970’s when he was playing with the Temptations(he is the main trumpet in their song papa was a rolling stone)
2569
Rainbow hair.
34990
Sock thief
36640
Good advice, wholesome dad
14187
Let me be great! ????
6334
Guy claims to be attacked at Women's March
2809
Little tiny SPIDER
21431
Kevin Hart wins a $40,000 poker pot only from misreading his own hand and decides to give almost half back to the other player.
11290
RAW POWER
3050
NVIDIA Tells Retailers To Sell To Gamers, Not Cryptominers As GPU Shortage Causes Extreme Price Gouging
28638
Ok. But its not what we wanted.
16469
Pathetic.
1835
fresh new format?
35368
Contactless fight [OC]
11595
Tape down your cables
19682
MRW I can finally watch porn without the camera cover on my laptop because the government shut down
7937
Since the one from yesterday seemed to be a hit I made a new one tonight. I can not wait to do this with a larger set!
34620
My camera focused on the background through the glass.
12323
Ten year old girl standing up to remind us that Flint, Michigan still doesn't have clean water after almost four years. ????????????
29389
Speedy Gonzales got nothing on me.
4184
Making Noodles
18233
Finally organized my Nuka collection.
17879
He loved her, and he loved her.
8928
From Facebook page Classical Art Memes
2936
Gotta go fast
24517
Red plastic cups from Pizza Hut
9684
Please put it back where you found it.
10118
Monster Car
16529
Your belly button is just your old mouth.
39109
Images of Venus’ surface by Soviet Venera probes in 1981
2818
[Spoiler] UFC 220: Ngannou v. Miocic
11836
[No Spoilers] My Cersei Lannister cosplay plus Iron Throne wheelchair
4521
anime_irl
1712
"I wOuLd nEveR cALl HiM fAT!"
2590
I (20) DM'd for my dad and his friends (50s) for the first time tonight...[OC]
3772
Some women took pictures of me at the gym today.
3023
Women's March in White Horse, Yukon, 2018
6232 Sumit316 > Sophie's head appeared to be poking out from the snow; the yellow lab completely buried and stuck in the yard of a camp the Silvers had already checked. > It took some plowing to get to her, but Sophie was not only alive; after five days in the cold, buried in snow, Sophie was okay. > A vet check showed she had lost five pounds, but otherwise had no frostbite or serious injuries. It is nothing less than a miracle that Sophie survived, 5 days is a lot of time. Cheers to all those people as well who shared the post. I hope she has a wonderful future ahead.
1681 yeasurewhateverokay I have so many questions... also I’m really impressed a 13 year old dog survived that. I can only imagine the joy she must have felt once her humans found her.
337 BeaversAreTasty Dogs can make it in some pretty extreme cold weather, and are smart enough to burry themselves in the snow for warmth when it gets too cold. Labs may not be an obvious winter hardy breed like a Husky or Malamute, but they are double coated and don't mind jumping into ice covered ponds to retrieve a fowl (see my friends' labs swim across half frozen lakes every year while we freeze our asses in a blind.)
307 yukonwanderer Snow is actually a great insulator. They tell you to if you're ever lost in the wilderness in the winter, build a big a mound as big as you can and tunnel in. Your body heat will do the rest.
714 SandmanD2 I used to live by a river, and every year someone would die jumping in the river to save their dog. And every time the dog would swim out alone and unharmed. Tough beasts.
69 TryingSquirrel Wait, it's an old dog AND a lab? Dog was probably like "Well that was refreshing, but if you will just move some kibble over here I'm due for another multiday snowbank nap."
435 IStoleyoursoxs Years later a DNA test discovers it wasn’t the same dog
89 BrontanamoBay Something something the movie The Thing.
46 phil8248 When I was young I heard the story of how the band Three Dog Night got its name. In Alaska sled dog mushers would sleep under the snow for insulation from the wind and extreme cold. The dogs would also do this. The humans usually slept in the same hole as a dog to share warmth. If it was extremely cold they'd sleep with two dogs. The coldest nights they slept with three, and that is where the name Three Dog Night came from. It was a story that made the rounds and I've never verified this since the internet didn't exist in the 1960's. EDIT: So I had to Google it. Evidently the story I heard was partly right. The internet says it came from Australia but did confirm that it referred to very cold nights when you needed three dogs to keep you warm. I didn't know they had sled dogs in Australia.
35 Alarid [I can't help imagining it looked like this](https://i.imgur.com/VP0I1UA.gifv)
71 PaleBlueHammer Why not just post the original source? IT EVEN GIVES IT TO YOU in the link provided. http://www.newscentermaine.com/article/news/local/207/dog-missing-for-five-days-found-buried-in-snow-alive/97-506944568