Millennial fine art pic.twitter.com/LUSZVE2KRH— Katie Roof (@Katie_Roof) September 29, 2019
Reminder that Star Trek's boldest claim about the future is that videoconferencing between starships of races who've never met before will just work perfectly every time.— Dave Anderson (@dave_universetf) September 28, 2019
Pace this uh recycled thread, railroad gauge measurements are actually quite variable, not lineally descended from chariots of Ancient Rome. During the civil war, the confederacy had a huge transportation problem because of all the different gauges in use. https://t.co/3Rl2dZm7Ey https://t.co/TbfsRFkivZ— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) September 28, 2019
Have you ever wondered why London’s sewers are exactly 170cm tall? Well, that’s because they were built in 1858 by Basil Getty to the average height of a Roman Centurion, who in ancient times used to unblock them by walking along and brushing the pipes with their funny helmets pic.twitter.com/L2gI4xt8w8— Hannah Rose Woods (@hannahrosewoods) September 28, 2019
A history lesson for people who think that history doesn't matter:— Tom Freeman (@SnoozeInBrief) September 28, 2019
Why were tweets (and text mesages) first set as 140 characters long? Well, back in Roman times, before paper was invented, people sent messages by writing them on the side of a horse. They soon found that the max
My in-laws have just arrived in the Med for a short cruise. Oldies only, you know the sort of thing. Not a big ship, a few dozen cabins. At the orientation talk they were warned that all discussion of Brexit is strictly banned. Fights have been breaking out between the Brit OAPs.— David Andress (@ProfDaveAndress) September 28, 2019
At a Q&A someone asked Thelma why such a nice lady would want to work on such violent films and she smiled and said “they aren’t that violent before I cut them”— Little Homosexual Boy (@ToddHaynesVEVO) September 28, 2019
When I was a kid, my dad told me a joke:— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) September 28, 2019
"How many Wisconsin fans does it take to screw in a light bulb?"
"Three. One to screw it in and two to tell you how great Ron Dayne was"
can you imagine the number of belligerent questions that required the shop staff to make this sign pic.twitter.com/dGF4rSejpn— Sophie Gadd (@sophie_gadd) September 28, 2019
SO I’m at ulta & there’s a guy buying a perfume & something else & the girl in the register goes like “oh you are super cute can I get your number” & this guy goes like “can I give you my gf # so she can get the rewards” & if this isnt what god has planned for me I don’t want it.— Shanandra🦋 (@shanxndra) September 26, 2019
Thinking about how the Dutch police arrested a bird for taking part in a robbery, put it in a jail cell with bread and water & when the media reported on it they put a little black bar over the face to protect its identity pic.twitter.com/2ly0zsoAw6— Emma (@CampbellxEmma) September 29, 2019
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