Mom checking to make sure that the bunnies on her graphic tote bag weren’t doing anything “bad” before heading to a wedding with it.
The playground in the park of my old neighborhood, renovated so that it’s soft and accessible now.
The man with a pistol and two clips in “We the People” Constitution-themed graphic holsters.
The sound of CTA trains going by near the backyard wedding.
The former neighbors talking about home improvement projects.
Austin Kleon’s roundup of quotes about holes on his blog.
After a visitor at an art museum fell into a work that was a giant hole, Gizmodo wrote, “Attendees of previous showings of the work have questioned ‘whether there really was a hole in the floor or whether it was simply a circle painted with an extremely dark black paint.’ Presumably there will be no doubts going forward.”
Kurt Vonnegut: “You will see this story over and over again. People love it and it is not copyrighted. The story is ‘Man in Hole,’ but the story needn’t be about a man or a hole. It’s: somebody gets into trouble, gets out of it again.”
The Looney Tunes episode “The Hole Idea,” which aside from its hilarious hole-related quotes, features completely overt misogyny.
Eating a fortune cookie with a Capital One ad on the back of the fortune.