Sometimes in life, you’re given two options. Go big, or go home. It’s clear at first glance what this guy picked when he headed to the weekly protest down at the university.
We can see that the sign itself is made from cardboard, but something that big still has plenty of mass – we wonder what the handle of the sign is made from. We also hope this guy is ready to use his muscles if the wind picks up. All that surface area is going to turn his sign into a big sail. Check the sky, and you might see him flying by.
The Long Game
The Bans Off Our Bodies March and Rally were certainly emotional protests that affected a lot of people in the United States of America. Many people participated in these protests from all walks of life. This includes women, men, members of the LGBTQ community, children, and senior citizens. In this photo, we see the latter involved.
She managed to bring a sign to the rally that really painted a picture of her connection to the issues revolving around it. This woman has been dealing with this sensitive topic for most of her life. And she’s not planning on giving up on it anytime soon.
Please Stop Asking
It's after work. You're tired. Meetings were long, and coworkers were annoying. But now you're home, and all you have to do for the rest of the day is eat your pot of buttered pasta and enjoy some quality television. You don't want to have to move any more than necessary – fork to mouth, and that's all.
So why does Netflix keep making you reach for the remote? This is oppression. You just want to watch your programs in peace. When I'm done watching Netflix, I'll turn you off. Capeesh? Otherwise, keep the shows rolling. I need to find out if Monica and Chandler will ever get together.
But Don't We All?
This kid doesn't care. He just doesn't. He's going to talk about his love of trains, whether his mom wants him to or not. We have some good news for this kid: There are adults out there who still love trains, and there are even some who have taken their love to the next level.
They're called rail buffs, trainspotters, or ferroequinologists, people who frequent rail yards to take pictures of the latest machines that have rolled in for a stop. Once he figures out the right way to use the internet and his mom lets him, he'll be able to find plenty of fellow fans.
Put Your Phone Down and Enjoy It!
You're out at a concert, and you're having a great time. That band you like so much is playing that one song you like so much. Everybody's singing along or dancing, but there's that one guy or girl in the back who looks like he or she is just on his or her phone the entire time.
We're all acquainted with someone like this – someone who posts the entire dang thing on Instagram or Snapchat or whatever the latest one is these days, but you don't care – you weren't there. You can't tell who it is or what they're singing.