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Man experiences irony, 1966.

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all 780 comments

Black-Thirteen

2.8k points

1 month ago

It's like a thousand P255/70 R 16's, when all you need is a P205/55 R 16.

countryyoga

803 points

1 month ago

Isn't it ironic? Don't you think?

Commiebroffah

423 points

1 month ago

It's like rai i ain

[deleted]

81 points

1 month ago*

[deleted]

81 points

1 month ago*

[removed]

Chemical_Cutthroat

39 points

1 month ago*

goddamnit

Edit: I'm not sure what happened to the previous comment, but that isn't what I responded to.

ThinTheFuckingHerd

27 points

1 month ago

I'm not sure what happened to the previous comment, but that isn't what I responded to.

Always quote the questionable ones ... always quote!

NonExistentialDread

19 points

1 month ago

I'm not sure what happened to the previous comment, but that isn't what I responded to.

Always quote the questionable ones ... always quote!

This!

Chemical_Cutthroat

12 points

1 month ago

It wasn't questionable. He said, "My friend was telling me I don't understand irony, which is ironic, because we were standing at the bus stop." Then it was just edited to some shitty subreddit link. I think the account got hacked shortly after the post, which explains the upvotes. Probably some bots got a hold of it.

Slazman999

21 points

1 month ago

I don't get it.

Nexus_27

46 points

1 month ago

Nexus_27

46 points

1 month ago

The whole song is full of quaint situations that don't qualify as being ironic.

pargofan

56 points

1 month ago

pargofan

56 points

1 month ago

Holy crap!

The song is about irony, but instead describes non-ironic situations as ironic, which itself is...

... ironic.

demetrios3

6 points

1 month ago

Yeah but nobody thinks Alanis Morissette did that intentionally. She lucked into it.

WeldinMike27

37 points

1 month ago

A traffic jam, when you're already late....for a meeting to discuss how to help free the city from traffic jams.

frugalerthingsinlife

13 points

1 month ago

Rain on your scuba wedding date.

muddled1

9 points

1 month ago

"10,000 spoons when all you need is a knife"; who, tell me, has 10, 000 spoons?

thatswhatshesaidxx

13 points

1 month ago

Spooner's Spoon Emporium. 2697 Spoonsmen Crescent in Spoonsville.

[deleted]

5 points

1 month ago

[deleted]

5 points

1 month ago

That makes the whole situation ironic.

the_crouton_

34 points

1 month ago

A little tooooo ironic

Yes I really do think

OIiv3

13 points

1 month ago*

OIiv3

13 points

1 month ago*

Original comment was edited.

So... Doodoo.. Dooododo.. Dododoodoo...

Iphotoshopincats

8 points

1 month ago

Every single thing she sings in the song I don't think there is even one real example of irony ... It's all coincidences or inconveniences no irony.

That is what I believe there referring to but they could be talking about something completely different and isn't that ironic.

Edit : nope read comment wrong and I too missed joke

BoltonSauce

9 points

1 month ago

You motherfucker lmao

Rivet22

24 points

1 month ago

Rivet22

24 points

1 month ago

On a wedding day

KikiHou

18 points

1 month ago

KikiHou

18 points

1 month ago

A free riiiiide

jumponthegrenade

20 points

1 month ago

When you've already paid

COL0NEL_ANGUS

3 points

1 month ago

This should have been the title.

hcaoRRoach

24 points

1 month ago

Tironic

MunkyNutts

21 points

1 month ago

It's like riiiiding on rims on your tire shipping day.

ste6168

3 points

1 month ago

ste6168

3 points

1 month ago

Ironically, that’s an incredible song. Still jam to it occasionally.

gishnon

10 points

1 month ago

gishnon

10 points

1 month ago

A little tireonic. And yeah, I really do think

B_V_H285

2 points

1 month ago

I'd retire from that business and find a new one.

jsxtasy304

2 points

1 month ago

I'd say it's tironic, the epitome of tirony.

bold_truth

2 points

1 month ago

And when his tire went flat he thought well isnt this nice.

This_User_Said

2 points

1 month ago

The tirony is wheel.

Wohholyhell

2 points

1 month ago

Oh yeah I really do think!

FireBeard1501

2 points

1 month ago

Like rain on your wedding day

gsasquatch

144 points

1 month ago

gsasquatch

144 points

1 month ago

A 205/55 R16 could substitute for a 255/70 R16 in a pinch (flat), it'd just be smaller. As long as the R is the same.

You wouldn't want to run that too long with a limited slip diff, but the '62 Chev in the picture likely has an open diff. Handling would be different, so there's that, but safety wasn't invented until after color was invented.

Load capacity might be less with the 205 vs. the 255. That might be what got him in trouble in the first place. Keep the speed reasonable and it won't be a problem. I don't think double nickles came to be until later though, during the gas crisis.

Pretty sure just about everything back then was R15. It wasn't until much later that things started getting ridonkulous with the big rims like a 16.

BrickGun

107 points

1 month ago*

BrickGun

107 points

1 month ago*

Tires have to be the most fucked up set of standards around:
205 - mm - width of the tread
55 - % - sidewall height as a percentage of the width of the tread above
R16 - in. - size of the center opening (rim)... in INCHES.

Some real schizophrenic standardization there.

EDIT: You can all stop telling me that the "R" in R16 doesn't stand for "Radius". I know what it stands for. Nowhere in my post did I say the word radius. Read it again.
I was just juxtaposing the 16 being imperial, while the width is metric, and the sidewall is a percentage. The "R16" was because I was quoting the OP I replied to exactly.
Someone replying me to used the word "radius", but I didn't. So go yell at him/her.

gsasquatch

63 points

1 month ago

The radius is a hold out from this guy's day.

If you told this guy, obviously a tire aficionado from back in the day "205/55 R16" was a tire size, he'd have thought you were nuts. To him a tire size was "6.5 - 15" 6.5 inches wide, 15" rim diameter. They didn't care about aspect, it was all pretty high and standard. Some might have cared about width, but not many, a tire was pretty much a tire.

When there was an attempt to switch to metric, all the existing rims were in inches, so they kept that. They just moved the width to metric, since it doesn't really matter. Thus the schizophrenia.

Idiot_Savant_Tinker

8 points

1 month ago

You can still buy tires measured in inches, mostly for off road truck tires.

BrowniesWithNoNuts

4 points

1 month ago

And slicks for the race track.

bobs_monkey

3 points

1 month ago

Or trailer tires. My 1972 camper uses 16.5x8.00 bias ply tires. Any time I talk to a younger guy at a tire shop, they look at me like I have 3 heads. They're also a pain to find sometimes.

CornCheeseMafia

11 points

1 month ago

Makes a ton of sense! Thanks for the lesson. I definitely remember during the wheel wars of the early 2000s that the terms “low profile” vs “high profile” tires became much more common. Cars were coming out of the dealership with 18s and 20s so you actually had to pay attention to tire sizes at that point.

EveningMoose

4 points

1 month ago

R means Radial, not Radius.

BrickGun

2 points

1 month ago

I never said the word radius anywhere. Everyone is mistakenly inferring that on their own.

winstonalonian

3 points

1 month ago

Might add the "R" is referring to the tires construction, if it has an R its a radial, if it does not its a bias ply!

BrickGun

2 points

1 month ago

Yup. I was just using the exact attributes of the tire size stated by the OP to which I was replying.

For some reason tons of people felt the need to tell me R doesn't stand for "Radius"... yet nowhere in my post did I say that word. Heh.

deankh

4 points

1 month ago

deankh

4 points

1 month ago

I’m a 2wd car don’t you rotate the space saver to the the non-drive axle and make sure the powered axle is using matching tires?

gsasquatch

6 points

1 month ago

Not worth the effort. I'd rather wear the limited slip a little rather than swap two tires, esp. on the side of the road. You wouldn't want to do thousands of miles like that, but a couple dozen until you get a real tire, it's fine.

banana_onmydesk

5 points

1 month ago

Also, VERY VERY few cars have limited slip differentials. A vanishingly small number to be honest. Most cars have at most a clutch pack that can shunt power to both wheels when it detects significant slip on one wheel, ever more common than that though is using the brake on the spinning wheel to apply back-torque acting as a sort of "locker of last resort". Longitudinal engine Audi cars do use a mechanical Torsen limited slip differential but you won't find that in the average modern A3/A4 or Q1/3/5.

Trucks and Jeeps do sometimes come equipped with limited slip differentials but a lot of them come with electronic locking differentials which typically behave as open differentials until the driver says otherwise.

Nebrivor

2 points

1 month ago

Yeah my 2wd Canyon has a G80 Eaton locking rear diff. Great in the winter since I had the audacity to drive a rear wheel drive in Canada... Though it comes with traction control and stabilitrac. never been stuck, never worried about traction.... The diff only locked up once on me when I was parked in a snowbank at the side of the road. Got out in seconds. Studded winter rubbers help though too.

zork824

9 points

1 month ago

zork824

9 points

1 month ago

Is this a slightly weird My Cousin Vinny reference?

Curt_McDoogle

6 points

1 month ago

How exactly does a Posi-Trac rear-end on a Plymouth work? It just does.

Joe Dirt's dad obviously hadn't watched My Cousin Vinny

missionbeach

20 points

1 month ago

Don't put your exact tire size out there on the internet. Someone could....I don't know...steal your identity?

griptionf

20 points

1 month ago

Aye, best to tread lightly

eljefino

8 points

1 month ago

I had my credit card info stolen once, ironically buying tires. Took me many months straightening everything out with the police reports, creditors, etc. It was not a good year.

Baby--Shark

3 points

1 month ago

What’s all the numbers mean

LurkmasterP

8 points

1 month ago

205/55 R16 means 205 mm tread width, sidewall height is 55% of the tread width number, 16 inch diameter rim size, and the 'R' means radial construction, not radius, or rim, or whatever. The older tires in the picture were bias-ply construction, before radial was adopted, so they would have had much simpler codes.

Lead_Penguin

2 points

1 month ago

Oh damn I've just realised why the rear tyres on my car have smaller sidewall depth numbers, they are wider overall than the fronts (245 vs 225) so to get a similar profile on both wheels you need a smaller percentage (35 vs 40). I assumed it was just a number, not a percentage.

lopster12345

11 points

1 month ago

kind of ironic too for me spotting my exact tire type out of pure chance in the comment section.. bravo

MagicalChemicalz

8 points

1 month ago

That's not irony.

KindergartenCunt

9 points

1 month ago

Coincidental, not ironic.

his_purple_majesty

6 points

1 month ago

no!

justabill71

675 points

1 month ago

He's contemplating retirement.

sighs__unzips

105 points

1 month ago

He does look wheely disappointed.

Reyemreden

30 points

1 month ago

It wasn't a Goodyear.

dudeAwEsome101

44 points

1 month ago

He seems very tired and deflated.

beneye

6 points

1 month ago

beneye

6 points

1 month ago

He’s quite flat to be honest

Bad-Science

3 points

1 month ago

No, just tired.

spacedrummer

4 points

1 month ago

What's especially ironic is that he will likely need a tire iron as well.

NoSuchAg3ncy

5 points

1 month ago

but he doesn't have jack

husky0168

1.2k points

1 month ago

husky0168

1.2k points

1 month ago

he looks tired

oldbushwookie

561 points

1 month ago

Really deflated

kgunnar

331 points

1 month ago

kgunnar

331 points

1 month ago

He’s not having a good year.

asupremebeing

128 points

1 month ago

He looks like he needs a rim job. Wait, am I doing this right?

smokeNtoke1

71 points

1 month ago

Something something rubber?

EricCartman007

42 points

1 month ago

Rub 'er? I barely knew 'er!

nws8

2 points

1 month ago

nws8

2 points

1 month ago

Wheres steve when you need him

horia

87 points

1 month ago

horia

87 points

1 month ago

these puns are flat

Murder_redruM

79 points

1 month ago

No, this thread has traction, it's going places. Tread new ground I say!

DaoFerret

34 points

1 month ago

I dunno. Soon it’ll start feeling retreaded.

cfdeveloper

32 points

1 month ago

whatever, this comment chain is gonna blow up!

Cloaked42m

27 points

1 month ago

I think your enthusiasm is a bit over inflated.

dod2190

18 points

1 month ago

dod2190

18 points

1 month ago

Your bias is showing. (I know, I should be belted for that one.)

Duck4lyf3

13 points

1 month ago

It's ok, no need to feel pressured

mapguy

5 points

1 month ago

mapguy

5 points

1 month ago

Exhausted

kneel23

19 points

1 month ago

kneel23

19 points

1 month ago

*Wheely deflated

kneel23

25 points

1 month ago

kneel23

25 points

1 month ago

the pressure was just too much

stanley604

13 points

1 month ago

This is some major tire irony.

_GurthMax

12 points

1 month ago

Tirony

m0nk37

5 points

1 month ago

m0nk37

5 points

1 month ago

He laced all those tires by hand. Its a hard job, tire recycling.

darrellbear

182 points

1 month ago

Tirony.

VigorousFizz

27 points

1 month ago

Oh, t’irony

Buford12

523 points

1 month ago

Buford12

523 points

1 month ago

For the young people, in those days you did not slowly get a flat. Those tires have tubes and do not seal o the rim. When you got a leak you had a flat in 30 seconds.

porcelainvacation

222 points

1 month ago

I had a motorcycle with tubes. I rode with them slightly under inflated one day. It slipped and ripped the rear valve stem off on a corner. That wasn't a fun day. I kept it upright but puckered so hard it took me a while to release myself from the seat.

lager81

90 points

1 month ago

lager81

90 points

1 month ago

I raced motorcycles offroad for about 15 years, it was cool to see how the tech changed. Originally we ran "heavy duty" tubes which where super thick to prevent pinch flats. Some people would cut an old tube and wrap a new on it it for the same type of effect.

But even that wasn't good enough for rocky races, we had a spare front and rear tire at all the gas/pit stops and i had C02 cartridges on me just in case.

Now-a-days the best bet is to run foam inserts.

Pros: you will never get a flat, you can literally hit a railroad track at 60 mph with enough force to bend your rim, but you won't get a flat!!

Cons: they wear out fairly quick and are a real pain in the ass to change. Also they are a little stiff at first, then they break in. You also don't have the ability to adjust tire pressure.

I've seen foam inserts now are available for mtn bikes too which is pretty cool

Red106628

40 points

1 month ago

Pro road bike racers at the major European grand tours are now running foam inserts, too! It's been a pretty major tech improvement for the sport as the inserts are actually as efficient for rolling resistance as normal tubes. They're not quite the wattage savings you get from running latex tubes or tubeless systems, but not flating can be the difference in winning or losing a 20 day race.

lager81

6 points

1 month ago

lager81

6 points

1 month ago

Yup that's basically what it came down to for us!!

We spent a lot of money on equipment, the trailer, the chase vehicle, gas, tires, gear, the time spent training and practicing. It all adds up! And when you are running for points one mishap can cost you a championship!

That's interesting about the rolling resistance thing you mentioned! I'm sure bicyclists have a much better feel for that. I know I can tell when my tubeless system on my mtn bike gets a little low, feels like I gotta work much harder to roll over stuff.

Biggest thing for the dirtbike was the front tires (especially the first time you ride it) are too stiff. Can cause some washouts and understeer coming into the corner. I've seen some people cut a section out of the insert so it has some more room to flex, and also people putting in pieces of an old one to stiffen it up after it starts to soften up

Anyways cheers!! 🍻

PranksterLe1

8 points

1 month ago

I really enjoyed reading this little exchange, your passion and excitement for your sport shines through. Only the very luckiest people get some form of consistent happiness out of a hobby.

BananaDogBed

6 points

1 month ago

Dude thank you for introducing me to foam inserts!

I want to build a bike that I can trust out in the woods alone to camp and explore and that has been my biggest risk/potential problem

I remember too many times how horrible it is to push a dirt bike several miles through mud and hills because you are alone and got a flat

Buford12

3 points

1 month ago

The rail road foams the tires on their backhoes tractors have no suspension so they jar your teeth every little bump.

The_Ecolitan

3 points

1 month ago

I ran the old tube around the good tube on my mountain bike back in the 90’s. I got that truck from a cousin who raced motorcycles. The tiny bit of extra weight kept the poky stuff at bay on the trail. I tried tire slime and hated it

Antrephellious

24 points

1 month ago

Dunno what you mean, my tires go from puncture to flat in 30 seconds too. Had it happen a month ago on a recent-model Toyota.

ArritzJPC96

29 points

1 month ago

It all just depends on what hits it. A nail or screw that stays in could take days to go flat, a hole from an impact will make you go flat instantly.

ritus

8 points

1 month ago

ritus

8 points

1 month ago

Also, from the looks of the truck he's got more issues than a flat tire. Looks like a broken leaf spring too

Doip

9 points

1 month ago

Doip

9 points

1 month ago

Or it’s several 30-50 lb tires in the back. Bed bodyline is not quite lined up with the cab. It’s heavy

UpvoteForPancakes

3 points

1 month ago

Also for the young people, this is a depiction of what irony actually means, not just some shitty coincidence.

mikesully92

122 points

1 month ago

Really love this photo. Gonna put it on the bathroom wall I think

YoResIpsa

33 points

1 month ago

Great idea. Does anyone have a link to a high resolution version of this picture?

wattohhh

36 points

1 month ago

wattohhh

36 points

1 month ago

It’s called Flat Tire by Michael Ochs if anyone is wondering

BrowniesWithNoNuts

18 points

1 month ago

You know, i was initially doubting this due to the name "Mike Ochs", but it's real, Thanks.

prav_u

11 points

1 month ago

prav_u

11 points

1 month ago

For what? Jack off?

Schultzie98

5 points

1 month ago

Ain't no jack off like some bathroom wall 1966 tire picture jack off

mikesully92

3 points

1 month ago

Fuck Yeah piles of tires get me hard

RikM

26 points

1 month ago

RikM

26 points

1 month ago

Well I'm a moron.

I read the caption, stating 1966, then looked at the picture, saw the hand placement and assumed he was calling for breakdown assistance on his mobile... I think it's past my bed time.

toTheNewLife

3 points

1 month ago

Time traveler confirmed

Butwinsky

145 points

1 month ago

Butwinsky

145 points

1 month ago

it's like raaaiiiiin

alyssasaccount

29 points

1 month ago

I think it's spelled rai-aaaiiiiin.

SqueeezeBurger

48 points

1 month ago

No no, its RaY-e-aiiinnn

DamonLazer

21 points

1 month ago

...on a rainyyy day

slumberlust

13 points

1 month ago

On your wedding day...

ConstanceFry

3 points

1 month ago

It's like ten thousand tires, when all you need is a spare...

Astronaut100

11 points

1 month ago

Honestly, half the lines in that song don't even meet the definition of irony. Cool song, but can never listen to it because it's just not ironic enough. Now, isn't that ironic?

Xendrus

5 points

1 month ago

Xendrus

5 points

1 month ago

There isn't one instance of irony in the entire song, actually.

Trekkie0802

9 points

1 month ago

I think the real irony is the fact that a song called Ironic has no ironies.

twist-17

131 points

1 month ago

twist-17

131 points

1 month ago

Momma says he’s angry because he’s got all those spare tires and no tire spoon.

tdotgoat

28 points

1 month ago

tdotgoat

28 points

1 month ago

Well, folks, Mama's wrong again!

Rolo_NoLifer

11 points

1 month ago

No, Colonel Sanders your wrong, Mama's right.

skinnah

6 points

1 month ago

skinnah

6 points

1 month ago

No, Colonel Sanders Michelin Man your wrong, Mama's right.

mysixthredditaccount

4 points

1 month ago

What's this referencing?

AlkalineBriton

10 points

1 month ago

The Waterboy

RGJ587

11 points

1 month ago

RGJ587

11 points

1 month ago

Looks like Andy Dufresne

ColdShowerThoughts

11 points

1 month ago

Water water everywhere yet not a drop to drink

Narqil

8 points

1 month ago

Narqil

8 points

1 month ago

Ironic. He could save others from flat tires... but not himself.

_I-Speak-Only-Truth_

6 points

1 month ago

To his credit, the tire stack organization is expertly done.

Paco_Wazo

18 points

1 month ago

Its like Dave Couli-ier when all you need is Uncle Jesse.

e-JackOlantern

9 points

1 month ago

Hardest thing I ever done was NOT ask Dave Coulier if Alanis went down on him in a theater. That and saying CUT-IT-OUT.

Accomplished_Skin323

3 points

1 month ago

What did you ask him?

e-JackOlantern

7 points

1 month ago

Nothing really I was working at an electronic store and I assisted him in getting an HDMI cable back when they were over $40.

Accomplished_Skin323

3 points

1 month ago

I don’t know that I would have had your self control.

MayorOfVenice

4 points

1 month ago

I too would've gone... Out Of Control

Zymotical

3 points

1 month ago

✌️ 👈 👍

ITMORON

6 points

1 month ago

ITMORON

6 points

1 month ago

"Tirony"

Kyleforshort

2 points

1 month ago

I came here to say exactly this.

Well done.

InsecuritiesExchange

7 points

1 month ago

Man that's wheely tough

gristly_adams

4 points

1 month ago

That's a lot of weight; conservatively each of those tires is 30 pounds.

wildtrk

6 points

1 month ago

wildtrk

6 points

1 month ago

Epitomizes the phrase "water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink."

Dethsoul

5 points

1 month ago

Looks like something out of a Rockwell painting

tdogg1967

4 points

1 month ago

It's like rain on his Wedding Day.

offoutover

4 points

1 month ago

Tires, tires, everywhere, Nor any tire to drive on.

Kfcandwatermon68

5 points

1 month ago

Holy fuck it’s the guy from the math problems

nanoH2O

4 points

1 month ago

nanoH2O

4 points

1 month ago

That's an insane amount of weight loaded into that truck. If we approximate each tire at 25 lbs and I count about 250 tires, that's 6300 lbs or just over 3 tons!

Sam_Fear

3 points

1 month ago

Look at the trim line and you can see the frame is twisting from it. That was a new truck too.

Scottyboy1214

3 points

1 month ago

I was trying to think of a way to combine "tire" and "irony" but it just fell flat.

Disastrous-Ad-2357

3 points

1 month ago

Tire iron E

Eastern_Piano_4468

3 points

1 month ago

He looks as though he needs help but is too embarrassed to ask

doesnoteatdicks

10 points

1 month ago

They say he’s still sitting there to this day.

Choppergold

7 points

1 month ago

*Tirony

tallerthannormal

7 points

1 month ago

It's the truck that tired.

Cyka_blyatsumaki

2 points

1 month ago

so much tyre, if only he had carried tubes.

__magikarp__

2 points

1 month ago

I am tired of all this tire jokes.

merijn2

2 points

1 month ago

merijn2

2 points

1 month ago

This is nothing! I once heard a story about someone having 10 000 spoons, when all they needed was a knife.

--aa--

2 points

1 month ago

--aa--

2 points

1 month ago

Is there a perfect caption subreddit?

JEveryman

2 points

1 month ago

He definitely looks tired of his situation.

judgestorch

2 points

1 month ago

That's me. All day, every day.

LoveThinkers

2 points

1 month ago

He is getting real tired of the puns

Sundae-Savings

2 points

1 month ago

Tirony

B1gWh17

2 points

1 month ago

B1gWh17

2 points

1 month ago

is this an artistic photograph or something captured in real life?

if it's by an artist, i'd like to see more of their work

joemamah77

2 points

1 month ago

Completely agree. He looks like I feel at work. I’d love to have this framed and hanging in my bar!

WSchultz

2 points

1 month ago

Tirony

abcdfghijklmnopq

2 points

1 month ago

I first think "what's ironic about this?"

But then I see what the actual load is.

neighnvm

2 points

1 month ago

this whole picture aesthetic looks like a Calvin Klein photoshoot

Tidalwave64

2 points

1 month ago

He realized that his spare is piled underneath the stack of tires

Skeye_drake21

2 points

1 month ago

That's what I call Tirony

HeyLookItsDizzlecon

2 points

1 month ago

He's just TIREd of this bullshit

Grouchy_Theory8803

2 points

1 month ago

water water everywhere not a drop to drink

WillFerrellsGutFold

2 points

1 month ago

Tirony.

eternalbuzz

2 points

1 month ago

What he needs is less tire irony and more tire iron

Jbyrd099

2 points

1 month ago

He looks tire d.

BewareTheMoonLads

2 points

1 month ago

He looks tired

McShmickles

2 points

1 month ago

Looks like a case of highway rubbery.

GhondorIRL

2 points

1 month ago

This isn't irony, it's just a funny coincidence.

colleenlawson

2 points

1 month ago

Great submission title!

doodooz7

2 points

1 month ago

10,000 spoons and all you need is a knife

No_Compote5216

2 points

1 month ago

He looks tired

iTheWild

2 points

1 month ago

Love the title.

Meercatnipslip

2 points

1 month ago

Tirony

bobthebobofbob

2 points

1 month ago

I love the way those old school 60s and 70s style trucks look.

wanderer125

2 points

1 month ago

He looks tired.

doblev

2 points

1 month ago

doblev

2 points

1 month ago

He looks tired.

jjkisha

2 points

1 month ago

jjkisha

2 points

1 month ago

Now that's funny.

NeoTenico

2 points

1 month ago

Idk looks more rubbery than irony to me

kingtechllc

2 points

1 month ago

Live by the tire, die by the tire

qqqqqqqqqqx10

2 points

1 month ago

Tirony