Show us your un-GIF images and image macros (that are interesting)


#1645

Touchdown!


#1646

All this makes me think of is this:

Actually, it makes me think of the Steve Martin performance where he handles a heckler by saying this. But I cannot find a clip of that.

Oops. That’s not an un-Gif image! Hold on…

-xtien


#1647


#1648

I like to reply to my daughter’s messages with images only. This one I’m particularly proud of.


#1649

I don’t know what part of a person’s body this is.


#1650

It’s a lower back per sources. That’s been going around a while. So, we get fun stuff like this:


#1651




#1652

Wrong thread, Rich! :P


#1653

Oops. Anyone else feel weird?


#1654

I figured it was just a un-GIF dressed up for Halloween.


#1655

-xtien


#1656

Came out so much creepier than I imagined…

It’s perfect.


#1657

Sometimes you really need a hyphen.

Students get first-hand job experience.
Students get first hand-job experience.

Just make sure you know how to use that thing.


#1658

Dammit, they edited it.


#1659

“Eager students”!


#1660

What does that image have to do with eager students?


#1661

I couldn’t figure this out at first either, but then looking again, I think @TranquilityBase was just pointing out that the students receiving their first hand jobs (lol) were “eager students” according to the first line in the article.

I still, however, don’t understand what the news picture of the 8 dead and 13 hurt in a terror attack is about though.


#1662

Check the background. Specifically, the fact that the reporters are both standing in front of the same van :)


#1663

Isn’t it fairly common for multiple news reporters to be standing in around the same area and reporting on a big event? In the movies at least, always just outside the police lines?


#1664

IIRC CNN did this before. Two reporters right next to each other in the same parking lot. Talking to each other like they were in two completely different locations.