1. “Here comes the bride, big fat and wide………… OH SHIT !” Told him to not marry a 1//4 ton’er.

  2. That’s the LAST time I rent a limo to Rosie O’Donnell

    Hey, I know you’re newlyweds, but couldn’t you wait until AFTER the reception?

    Now, the last word in convenience, the Lincoln Folderado, nice and roomy but folds down to the size of a subcompact for parking anywhere!

  3. Rust Belt Limos carries insurance for this.
    Their motto “You’re covered from rain, snow and rust-through when you ride with us.”

  4. Enjoying the factory-installed deluxe ‘split’ feature in her one vehicle dedicated to visiting her friends in the affluent section of Detroit Michigan, fetching ingenue Alexanderia O’Casio-Cortez revels in her temporary ‘whiteness-ness’.

    And I think we can all agree, a broad selection of vehicle colors definitely contributes to localized appeal, especially if ‘the lessers’ tend to assertively express their opinions of certain colors!

  5. Mitch, seen here in white T-shirt, and Matilda, wearing her fav-fav white sleeveless sun-dress, coyly notice each other, then quickly turn away.

    And I think we can all agree, those furtive first glances certainly enhance the fabulous New Relationship Energy buzz!

  6. At the first annual Big Straw Hunley Submarine Down The Sidewalk parade, spectators are encouraged to ‘look away, look away, look away, Dixieland’ in honor of the many brave souls lost to that valiant endeavor.

    And I think we can all agree, this ‘effigy’ will live on in the hearts of believers everyplace!

  7. During a rare visit to the big city, red-turbaned twins Carmen and Clarence forced their father, Rashmus, to wear a stylish white Panama hat, the better to find him if he wanders away into the crowd.

    And I think we can all agree, big city sights can be so distracting!

  8. Seen here on surveillance footage, Rashmus, in stylish white Panama hat, quickly scurries away after unintentionally testing the stability of the city’s newly-acquired barricades. Unfortunately, as independent city auditors later determined, this is just another in a long line of ‘low bid’ failures supervised under the direct supervision of city managers.

    And I think we can all agree, at least in this ‘incident’, those highly-skilled surveillance-camera-watching technicians earned their pay! And benefits! A lot of benefits! Substantial benefits! Benefiting their families long after their untimely suicide… because, as we all know all too well, sometimes it just doesn’t pay to witness certain ‘events’ concerning the activities of city managers!

    1. Just saw your comment – my better half is asking why I’m laughing so hard. I may have to show her the pic.

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