Throughout my life I have had many collections of things, my parents have had collections, grandparents, aunts, uncles, everyone I know. My family has inherited collections of a variety of things, which is why my parent's home is filled with antiques, glass ware, fancy china, silver ware, the works. You want to have a fancy dinner, call my parents, they'll hook you up.

I wanted to blog to share a collection that I have started recently, and that would be candid photos of interesting people, signs, and other things. They are all kept in my cell phone, where I can send a random picture mail to an unsuspecting friend at any moment.

(due to technical difficulties, I cannot post the pictures from my phone right now, so hold tight, but as soon as i am able to get a few examples of pictures from my collection, they will be posted! so check  back! - bookmark me, follow my blog, follow me on twitter @ rebeccajessene, etc.)

Here are a few examples of photos that I've collected.
first off, we have the lovely zebra printed truck. Don't you gals just adore this?
Next, we have this classy man carrying a keg over his head. But wait ladies, it gets better... I hear he's single!
You may not find this one funny, but I on the other had giggle every single time I hear someone say "big daddy." 
OH NO! an anorexic mannequin!

Last, but certainly not least, we have this sign which was located out in front of a car wash.


Kristina P. said...

What a cool idea! I am excited to see this!

Kristina P. said...

Love these! I am always on the lookout for ridiculous things to send into the Fail blog.

Oh, and imagine your Britney concert, times 100 in skankiness. No joke. It was awesome. Unfortunately, I took only a couple of pictures, so it's hard to do an entire post about it.

Amanda@Imperfectly Beautiful said...

These are spectacular! My personal favorite is the last one...hilarious. Oh and wasn't I shopping with you when you snapped a pic of the anorexic mannequin? The zebra truck was good, but apparently you have not had the joy and privilege of seeing the Monogram Hut's tricked out Suburban. It's similar but about 200 times tackier...if that's even possible.

Lindsay said...

There was a car in Arcata that had about 100 plastic dinosours hot glued to it, it reminds me of the zebra truck. Nice job on the photo collection!

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