As you can see here, the saying that "everything's bigger in Texas" certainly applies to ordering a steak to go.
Either that or this driver's wife sent him out to get milk and he decided to do her one better.
It's not nuts, it's DiGiorno.
This squirrel clearly snatched this slice in a quick spur of the moment. Now, it's finally sitting down to carefully plan a strategy for exactly what the hell to do with this giant slice of non-legume cuisine.
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This guy might be in trouble. The authorities have super high-tech radars which detect the exertion of physical activity from miles away.
From this point on, he'll be doing plenty more of those pushups...in the slammer.
Hope it was worth it.
This is the kind of promotion you need to run as a business owner if you want to survive in a town that both loves the original James Bond films and hates Jeopardy! with a passion.
It should be noted that ordering in the voices of either Roger Moore or George Lazenby is a serious offense and will actually result in a 10% increase of your bill followed by a lot of nasty looks.
Say what you will about that old, indestructible instrument of a Nokia, it at least tried to be innovative.
Additionally, if you were proficient in binary code, then you had access to a web browser that would put Firefox and Chrome to shame.
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"At least their cups won't make me catch any more STD's than I already have."
This guy is either giving a thumb-up in approval for the cause of Australian sperm donation, or he's simply demonstrating a backdoor technique he uses to improve his donation performance.
Kids born with a laptop in their arms and Wi-Fi in their cribs are hardly entertained by some Bozo imitator who honks his nose-horn and makes phallic-shaped balloon animals.
Now, you can get your children something that will warm their hearts (and crotches) forever: A lap dance.