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Your parents were cool, too!
But Honey, she meant nothing to me, honest!
Join the Navy Seals
What global warming?
An early cryonics aspirant who believed the body must be prepared during life for cryopreservation after death.
“Yeah, they’re cold enough now. Who wants a beer?”
Wow, I didn’t know I could hold my breath underwater that long!
I am starting to believe that you are trying to trick me. There doesn’t seem to be a pony down there.
Help! A hotheaded naked ice borer got me!
Proof that the North Pole was warmer in the 1950s, when deciduous trees grew within a quarter mile of the pole.
Note, the Pole was removed leaving the hole, into which this guy fell while trying to place the Caution, Open Pole sign.
Brass balls. They never freeze.
“I’m really enjoying this smelly plastic seafoam and 85 degree water, this sure is a great day at the beach in the year 2100, at least sharks went extinct a while ago so they won’t be able to bite me. Oh hold on! My iPhone is ringing.”
Proof of the Aquatic Ape theory.
Man who thought he was a wereseal finds he is an ice hole.
Keep holding me up honey, they’re about to snap the picture!
Come on in! The water’s fine!
“Wait a minute, if this is the men’s room… WHERE ARE THE URINALS???!!??!”
And I’m staying here until the votes are resolved.
I knew I should’ve taken that left turn at Albuquerque.
Bob said cryogenics were the future, but everyone else said he was a head of his time.
Put that **** camera down and toss me a rope.
Hand me my trunks. Please.
Thank God, the lake finally froze. Now I can climb out.
White cliffs of Dover?
Simea mirans FTW!!!!!!!
Say no more.
Surely you must be drowning Mr. Feyneman.
Oh, come on.
THE ICEMAN COMETH
No way to top #27 (great reference), but I’ll give it a shot.
Though he was trying to get away from it all, Proctologist Phil finally admitted that he was actually on a busman’s holiday.
Just outside the Creation Museum…and the stupid still burns!!!
Shhh! Iz fishin fur polah berz.
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