Second, speaking of captions, here's the next installment in The LG Report's ongoing series of photos recently purchased at an antique store/thrift shop.
1. The world's first torso implant recipient poses with his older sister in 1948 while awaiting a torso from Canada. (Editor's note: Canada always makes things funnier.)
2. This boy is pictured asking his sister, "Do my stomach and chest look non-existent in this outfit?"
3. This little boy is thinking "With these ridiculous, over-sized pants, nobody will even realize that I'm wearing grandma's sweater!"
4. A girl realizes early in life that her parents don't really like face. All of her childhood photos look like this.
5. Pictured here is Waldo McGuillicuddy, inventor of the tricycle with the build-in fishing reel on the handlebars. Unfortunately, Waldo died in a tragic 1952 fishing/cycling accident. Folks, please don't fish and drive!
6. Young Danny DeVito, seen here, would eventually grow into these pants and wear them quite successfully in the film "Romancing the Stone."
If you'd like to suggest your own caption, feel free to provide it in a comment to this post. Or just provide a comment in a comment. Or just enjoy the post silently without commenting; it's totally up to you.
Finally, we leave you with some of LG's November Facebook status updates:
I knew I shouldn't have bought my GPS at the Dollar General. Yesterday it said "Stop being a typical man and just pull over and ask directions."
Getting a bit nervous. My GPS just said "Make a right at
Washington Street and then lock your doors."
People are worried about 2012 because the Mayan calendar predicts the end of the world on December 21" 2012. Relax folks, the Mayans also predicted that Facebook would merge with Yahoo in 2009 and that "Barack Obana" (they misspelled his name) would be elected president in 2004. So they were obviously way off on their prognostications. Mellow out!
My wife said that I'm spending too much time on the internet. I said "LOL!" and then I "un-liked" her comment.
If I were at a class reunion and the guys from Steely Dan showed up, I'd say (quite loudly) "I thought you weren't going back to your old school!" That would show them. [Editor's Note: If you're unfamiliar with the song, you can here it by clicking HERE.]
Who anointed "sliced bread" as the greatest thing ever at one point in time? Regardless, I'm going to buy my wife sliced bread for her next birthday and when she complains I'll just say "Hey, it was the greatest thing ever at one time, it can't be all that bad now. Happy birthday!"
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