So, one, what was the point of this outfit and sign combination? Did he just do it for a laugh? He made a sign that asks if he’s made of money and then covers himself in money. That doesn’t really prove a point, my man. In fact, it kind of makes any point you were trying to prove pointless.
Is that real money he’s covered himself with? It sure looks like it. We can see bills from multiple different countries, which raises yet another question – is he actually protesting something? Something about money or banks? We’ll never know. The guy behind him seems to be enjoying the joke, but more likely, he just snagged himself a tenner.
Despite technological advancements and their best efforts to drive distractions through the heart of our brain's attention span and the printed page, there are still some bookstores that are putting up the good fight.
Books are not only your reward for having an attention span, but reading will also improve your concentration. So why waste your precious time on that meditation app you'll probably never use? Just get a book and enjoy the mind-altering effects that come along with having an attention span.
Not The Warm Welcome You'd Expect
Not exactly the warmest welcome sign we've seen so far. What happened to southern hospitality, Texans? We're sure there's plenty to see but wherever this sign is, we'll definitely pass on visiting that area.
Perhaps this is just a way of keeping menaces at bay but we're not taking any chances. Thanks, but no thanks!
We saw how much landmass Texas had when we compared it to the map of Europe. It’s no surprise that there are vast expanses of absolutely nothing.
22 miles, is almost as long as a marathon, so that’s a lot of nothing.
Happy Mother's Day!
El Arroyo brings out a nervous laugh to plenty of students young and old. We've all done it before.
You're working hard on a math problem, and instead of calling out Mrs. Pike, or Mrs. Kirkcaldy, or Mrs. Ross, you call the woman mom. Poor her.