Ok, a couple of the threads in the main made me want to respond with my own picture and say, "Oh yeah? What do you think of THIS one? 

 

So, I'm thinking of an ongoing thread where people can discuss the picture, as one might discuss a piece of fine art, or they can post their own picture if they think theirs is more interesting.  I have a feeling some of you will post some things that cannot be unseen, so remember to follow the rules of AoM and not post NSFW stuff.  I'll start:

 

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Popeye's steroid spinach addiction left him a shattered wreck of the sailor he used to be...
Ah!  The living room as envisioned by my children at the ages of 8 & 5...

I love that the slogan is 'love it & leave it'

kiss me you fool!
I'd have to be a fool to kiss you!

I swear, when I scrolled down to that, I actually spluttered over my computer screen. I have to wipe the spit off it now. Talk about cheap laughs!

Holy award-winning rodeo belt-buckle,  Bat-man!

 

Just don't ask how Robin earned his.

Don't know if this has been posted here or not, but I do know that every time I see it I laugh like an idiot. Enjoy.

even animals like fast food.

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