Help me parse the middle one. “You’ve got to be kitten me[ow]” would work. “You’ve got be kitten, right?” leaves a stray meow.
It just doesn’t make sense.
Congrats! I remember my kids getting that sort of stuff from relatives, horrible. Makes good workshop rags though.
I assume it's to be read as 'You've got to be kidding right now'. Doesn't make it any better, but makes some sense at least.
Ironically, heavily pun-based dad-jokes will certainly be an essential element of my daughter's education.
Fucking hell, Orwellian
And so they should. My kids now make dad-puns I would be incredibly pleased with and essentially outdo me, leaving me to have a satisfied chuckle while mrs-ru rolls her eyes. My work is done.
Same. I'm incredibly proud.
The T from Twerk is round the corner.
needs more blood splatter
My friend's tweet, much enjoyed
And cctv cameras.
Difficult not to get 'Arbeit Macht Frei' vibes from this, isn't it.
-- Karl Marx
Is this the LLL equivalent of stair covering?
Reminds me of the necronomicon
A strong LLL game at this shop. The place was full of it
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_typefaces_included_with_Microsoft_Windows doing a lot of heavy lifting there...
Work hard appears twice.
Live, Love, Levis?
Lovely fire escape route they’ve got there. I especially like the open pockets and raised seams spaced randomly around the steps.
K&A canal Reading.
I have drunk in that pub a long time ago, it didn't have that "vibe" back then
Motel Makeover on Netflix atm, millennial wine mum LLL tripe on steroids.
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