There are people who obviously don’t want to be seen, as they deck themselves out in camouflage. Ironically, when they’re out in public, those are usually the first people you are able to point out.
Those people might do it on purpose, but what about the times when you’re simply running about your day and realize you’ve abruptly blended into your surrounds like some kind of chilling chameleon. Yeah, it happens…the carpet matches the, well, your clothes.
Here we consider our subject in her natural environment.
My feet !!! What happened to my feet ?!?
It’s like she was meant to get on that bus.
Now boarding flight 103 running immediately into the carpet.
At least nobody will hit him.
Who left their boots on the sofa?
Well-plaid, dude. Well-plaid.
If you see a puppy going, you might wishes to blow your cover.
Urban Outfitters: Subway Edition
Scene: You’re in the bathroom at the cinema. You realize your shoes match the floor. Run!
I asked for a booth , not for judgment.
Aren’t you that guy from that ad?
Talk about coincidental tan lines.
You’re a tree! Now you’re a dress! Now you’re a tree!
The pigtails dedicate her away.
Yeah, I’m really into juicing.
Shoes that disappear into the tile? Check. Tile that makes your shoes appear dirty? Checkmate.
My face is red! No wait. That’s my pants…and the couch.
It’s that whole, “hidden ball” trick, right?
Matching the dishcloth to your shirt? Aren’t you simply Martha Stewart with more facia hair!
He did this without any train-ing.
Dressed to impress the other mall shoppers.
There’s no cushioning this one.
What’s most disturbing is that these two patterns exist.
She is one with the floor.
Do these stripes attain me look like a fat giant armchair?
You’re a zebra wearing pink accessories. Induce it work, woman. Make us believe you!
No one wins here, really.
Now you consider them , now you….well, still do. But now you are able to marvel at the similarities.
These Cartoons Hilariously( and Accurately) Illustrate the Reality of Parenting
Do you have children? A sense of humour?
Then “youre supposed to” require some Gin, as in, the hilarious commentaries from Katie Kirby, the 35 -British mommy of two and inventor of Hurrah for Gin.
On her blog and Facebook page, she represents her daily parenting battles in viciously honest, yet hilarious, cartoons.
“I use them to depict the funny/ challenging side of parenting, mostly to indicates other parents they are not alone and everyone goes through the same frustrations with young children, ” Kirby said.
She started her blog in July 2013 to hold herself busy following the birth of her second son and uses Microsoft Paint to make her stick figure cartoons.
“People tell me they make them feel better if they’ve had a challenging day with the children, ” Kirby told. “I’m of the opinion that it’s better to ensure the funny side of things and giggle about it than end up feeling down. People shouldn’t feel like they are a rubbish parent simply because they had to drag their kid kicking and hollering out of Tesco’s. It happens to the best of us! “
As do so many of these things…