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popeye.

Spinach Freak
:rotflmao: For the record, I've just spit Coke all over my keyboard. A little notice next time we get to see the notebook background.TIA

 
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houndirish

Footballguy
Shuke ... check out Wheelhouse's thread on taking a pic of a big busted woman. He needs your help ..... BADLY.

 

Al Czervik

Not wearing pants
Good idea for a thread. Can this be the ***OFFICIAL*** post your camera phone pics thread or is it reserved for Shuke pics only?

 

Caution

Footballguy
these cost shuke money, so be sure to laugh...heck, i'm not even looking at the photos but i'm gonna say they are funny...

 

Evilgrin 72

Distributor of Pain
does that street sign say 500 3? what kind of a street name is that?
I think it says 500 S, which stands for 500 South. Some cities/states use a grid system for their roads, which is a great idea. An address like 330 W 500 S is a lot easier to find than 2334 Revere Drive. You don't even need a map to get around for the most part, just an address. Utah is a big grid.. I think Indiana uses it also in a lot of places. Not sure where this photo was taken, though...
 

Wingnut

** Inactive **
does that street sign say 500 3? what kind of a street name is that?
I think it says 500 S, which stands for 500 South. Some cities/states use a grid system for their roads, which is a great idea. An address like 330 W 500 S is a lot easier to find than 2334 Revere Drive. You don't even need a map to get around for the most part, just an address. Utah is a big grid.. I think Indiana uses it also in a lot of places. Not sure where this photo was taken, though...
Winter Haven uses this system, but the street names are letters.Ave J SW, Ave J NW, Ave J SE, Ave J NE, Ave J NS, Ave J SNEW, yadda yadda yadda

Too confusing. Id arther try to find 2334 Revere Drive, cause you know which way it is and you know youre on the right street.

In Michigan, the N and S street designations were based on a dividing street- N Euclid was on the NORTH side of Midland street, S Euclid was on the SOUTH side of Midland street. This way makes much more sense than the jumbled NE, SE, NW, SNW system.

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Punk

OBC waterboy
these cost shuke money, so be sure to laugh...

heck, i'm not even looking at the photos but i'm gonna say they are funny...
:rotflmao: oh yeah, :rotflmao: to the pics too.

 

Evilgrin 72

Distributor of Pain
does that street sign say 500 3? what kind of a street name is that?
I think it says 500 S, which stands for 500 South. Some cities/states use a grid system for their roads, which is a great idea. An address like 330 W 500 S is a lot easier to find than 2334 Revere Drive. You don't even need a map to get around for the most part, just an address. Utah is a big grid.. I think Indiana uses it also in a lot of places. Not sure where this photo was taken, though...
Winter Haven uses this system, but the street names are letters.Ave J SW, Ave J NW, Ave J SE, Ave J NE, Ave J NS, Ave J SNEW, yadda yadda yadda

Too confusing. Id arther try to find 2334 Revere Drive, cause you know which way it is and you know youre on the right street.

In Michigan, the N and S street designations were based on a dividing street- N Euclid was on the NORTH side of Midland street, S Euclid was on the SOUTH side of Midland street. This way makes much more sense than the jumbled NE, SE, NW, SNW system.

hijack courtesy of Wingnut ©
Yikes. The system in Winter Haven sounds too confusing. I love the grid system, though... in Salt Lake, it's so easy to get from A to B. If you're at 1300 East 2700 South and need to get to 350 S 200 W (my old address) - all you have to do is get on 2700 South and drive west until you get to 200 W. Then make a right and go north until you're between 300 S and 400 S. Bingo, you're there. No directions necessary.
 

shuke

Black Ice Skeptic
Good idea for a thread. Can this be the ***OFFICIAL*** post your camera phone pics thread or is it reserved for Shuke pics only?
All camera phone pics are welcome.
 

shuke

Black Ice Skeptic
these cost shuke money, so be sure to laugh...

heck, i'm not even looking at the photos but i'm gonna say they are funny...
Yep, a quarter each. Laugh it up.
 

Tick

Footballguy
When I had a picture phone, I'd occasionally get random wrong-number text messages, stuff like, "Pick me up after practice."I got an upskirt pic once - it cracked me up. It wasn't attractive, but hilarious that someone would mess up the number on an upskirt.

 

shuke

Black Ice Skeptic
BTW, yes, that sign says 500 S.Many towns in Indiana use the grid system. This was shot on state RT 31 north of Kokomo.

 

Gatorman

Supreme Elite Maximum Tier
BTW, yes, that sign says 500 S.

Many towns in Indiana use the grid system.  This was shot on state RT 31 north of Kokomo.
Great, now I am going to have that f'n beach boy song in my head the rest of the day.
 
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shuke

Black Ice Skeptic
Asked some of my buddies who are lifetime Hoosiers about this. This was one reply I got:"This chair has been there as long as I can remember (at least since early eighties) Rumor has it - a giant gnome lived in the corn field and asked the residents to build a chair in their yard so he may sit in it and overlook traffic.....otherwise he was going to eat all of their offspring."

 

Gatorman

Supreme Elite Maximum Tier
Rumor has it - a giant gnome lived in the corn field and asked the residents to build a chair in their yard so he may sit in it and overlook traffic.....otherwise he was going to eat all of their offspring."
Kid C lived in Indiana?
 

Tick

Footballguy
I got an upskirt pic once - it cracked me up.  It wasn't attractive, but hilarious that someone would mess up the number on an upskirt.
Link ####er!
I deleted it after sharing a laugh with my coworkers. It really wasn't worth looking at, I promise. It took us a little while to agree that it was a female.
 

Vroom!

Jethro Q. Walrustitty's alias
Asked some of my buddies who are lifetime Hoosiers about this. This was one reply I got:"This chair has been there as long as I can remember (at least since early eighties) Rumor has it - a giant gnome lived in the corn field and asked the residents to build a chair in their yard so he may sit in it and overlook traffic.....otherwise he was going to eat all of their offspring."
God that's embarrassing.
 

shuke

Black Ice Skeptic
Asked some of my buddies who are lifetime Hoosiers about this. This was one reply I got:"This chair has been there as long as I can remember (at least since early eighties) Rumor has it - a giant gnome lived in the corn field and asked the residents to build a chair in their yard so he may sit in it and overlook traffic.....otherwise he was going to eat all of their offspring."
God that's embarrassing.
I didn't tell them you said it.
 

Vroom!

Jethro Q. Walrustitty's alias
Asked some of my buddies who are lifetime Hoosiers about this. This was one reply I got:"This chair has been there as long as I can remember (at least since early eighties) Rumor has it - a giant gnome lived in the corn field and asked the residents to build a chair in their yard so he may sit in it and overlook traffic.....otherwise he was going to eat all of their offspring."
God that's embarrassing.
I didn't tell them you said it.
Fortunately, I'm not a lifetime Hoosier, so I don't qualify.
 

bagger.

The One Play Quiz
i laughed at the picture of the chair much harder than the scott baio one.chemical x is right, my sense of humor is out of whack.

 

Funkley

Collar: Up
Asked some of my buddies who are lifetime Hoosiers about this. This was one reply I got:"This chair has been there as long as I can remember (at least since early eighties) Rumor has it - a giant gnome lived in the corn field and asked the residents to build a chair in their yard so he may sit in it and overlook traffic.....otherwise he was going to eat all of their offspring."
Giant gnome :confused: . How would you know he's a gnome if he's giant? Wouldn't he be just a weird dude with a beard?
 

Vroom!

Jethro Q. Walrustitty's alias
Asked some of my buddies who are lifetime Hoosiers about this. This was one reply I got:"This chair has been there as long as I can remember (at least since early eighties) Rumor has it - a giant gnome lived in the corn field and asked the residents to build a chair in their yard so he may sit in it and overlook traffic.....otherwise he was going to eat all of their offspring."
Giant gnome :confused: . How would you know he's a gnome if he's giant? Wouldn't he be just a weird dude with a beard?
His parents were gnomes.
 

Sockmonkey

Footballguy
Asked some of my buddies who are lifetime Hoosiers about this. This was one reply I got:"This chair has been there as long as I can remember (at least since early eighties) Rumor has it - a giant gnome lived in the corn field and asked the residents to build a chair in their yard so he may sit in it and overlook traffic.....otherwise he was going to eat all of their offspring."
Giant gnome :confused: . How would you know he's a gnome if he's giant? Wouldn't he be just a weird dude with a beard?
His parents were gnomes.
More likely just his mom was a gnome. Everyone knows gnome chicks are sluts.
 
Asked some of my buddies who are lifetime Hoosiers about this. This was one reply I got:"This chair has been there as long as I can remember (at least since early eighties) Rumor has it - a giant gnome lived in the corn field and asked the residents to build a chair in their yard so he may sit in it and overlook traffic.....otherwise he was going to eat all of their offspring."
God that's embarrassing.
No kidding. I'd much rather eat offspring than be forced to watch hoosier traffic.
 

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