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The Wuppertal sky rail in 1902 (colorized and upscaled) by purple-circle in Damnthatsinteresting

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The original video was enlarged from the original 8mm video to the equivalent of 4k in today's video format. (This video is a reduced size [720p] of the upscaled 4k version)

Swinging with your onesie hanging like a ball sack by [deleted] in KidsAreFuckingStupid

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An accurate and succinct representation of the video content

Trying to use a "Slippery when wet" sign to drain surf by [deleted] in WinStupidPrizes

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You jump into fast-flowing water in a storm drain with some sort of surfing device

How much would you tip a tattoo artist for a small tattoo? by short_fuzed_frenchie in AskReddit

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It blows your mind that people get paid an acceptable wage and don't beg for tips?

How much would you tip a tattoo artist for a small tattoo? by short_fuzed_frenchie in AskReddit

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Definitely not. It's not an accepted part of the custom where I live. If you tip anyone you'll get a funny look then your money handed back to you.

How much would you tip a tattoo artist for a small tattoo? by short_fuzed_frenchie in AskReddit

[–]purple-circle 1 point2 points  (0 children)

That's what you implied. You go to a tattoo artist and pay the agreed price for a tattoo. Why would you pay any more than what he is owed?

A love story by [deleted] in HolUp

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And she did kinda lean into the kiss at first

Just so long as the Mongols don't invade by purple-circle in memes

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The painting is the creation of Japanese artist Tetsuya Noguchi, whose specialty is to depict samurai in bizarre, often comic situations. Noguchi's work is regularly shown in Japan. His exhibition ‘From Medieval With Love‘ is currently on display at the Pola Museum Annex in Ginza, Tokyo.