A portable tank library — because YOU WILL read that book (10 Photos)

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  • http://echogeo.wordpress.com/ echogeo

    What a novel idea!

    • DarkSurge

      It's funny because the car has books on them which are also called "novels" and you used the word novel in your sentence to mean something else but since it's referencing the books in the picture your sentence has two possible meanings the shared meaning of the books and the fact that it's an idea you've never seen before. What a novel idea of using a homonym. See what I did there? I used your sentence but since you've already used it, it isn't novel at all, it's an ironic statement commenting on the irony of your post about a novel idea since that statement is nothing new either nor is using homonyms.

    • CoLNo1

      Very quick my friend! Very quick indeed

  • barney

    Stull wouldnt read any

    • barney


    • 6_Crack_rocks

      Your no reading ever idea should be good for you…well as long as you like being an uneducated loser that spends his life asking "would you like fries with that?"

      • barney


        • DaUndeadDodo


          You forgot to add, "Would you like fries with that?"

  • Martin_McFly

    Welp… I'm pretty sure… I've seen it all now.

  • Lil John

    It's no Biblio-burro, but I'll take it.

  • Fall

    What if it rains?

    • eclipze

      my thoughts exactly. lol

  • Benjamin

    Book'em Danno'…

    • pickleman77

      I see what you did there…

  • Unfkngblvbl

    #2 I know it's a Falcon, but kinda looks like part DeLorean here.

    • Tucker

      I thought the same thing. Looks like the wheels of a Delorean.

      • Hap

        88 mph? Great Scott!!

  • Euhhh

    I know he protects his virginity

    • http://www.cupcakesbymartha.com MarthaJeane

      I can guess not as well as you protect yours… Hot nerdy girls would love this

  • BloodScrubber

    When pulled over by the police, they ask for his library card. Melvil Dewy would be so proud. ;)

  • negative nancy

    buy a kindle.

  • bless1


  • pickleman77

    DON'T YOU KNOW THE DEWEY DECIMAL SYSTEM?!?! ("Like" if you know the movie)

    • Mr.NoItAll


      • pickleman77

        I KNEW there had to other UHF fans out there!

  • 2Dogs

    nailed it.

  • lorycowery

    A few years back, I was out at a club called "Marty's" in Birmingham. I was really drunk and as I made my way to the bathroom in the back, I noticed a small cabinet of random books right outside of the bathroom door. When the door to the men's room finally opened, 2 drunk lesbians walked out and smiled at me. As they walked by, one of them grabbed one of the books off the shelf (without looking at it), pulled by pants out, stuffed the book down my pants and said, "Here sweetie – some literature for you." The next morning, I climbed into my SUV, still recovering from the night before, and I found the book in the floor boards. It was an old copy of "Congo." I never read it because the monkeys in the movie based off the book scared me when I was young, but it is still in my SUV. Alcohol is awesome.

    • Eli

      Literally the worst story I've ever heard. Because 2 girls walk out of the bathroom together there lesbians ? And why do you still have the book ? I hate you

      • lorycowery

        I only assume that they were lesbians because they were making out with each other later that night. I kept the book as a memento of a good night. I don't hate you and I wish you would think better of me. As for this being the worst story you've ever heard, I'm sure you're exaggerating a bit.

      • pickleman77

        "They're" lesbians, not "there" lesbians.. Go back to school you moron.

        • pickleman77

          Grammar-The difference between knowing your shit, and knowing you're shit.

  • AnyoneForCoffee
  • mark

    Still dont like your music

  • Ken Kong

    capitalism at its best.

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  • Sebastian

    Hi… I'm from Argentina and i can tell you some things….
    back in the finishing 70 and earlies 80 when the military army take the power… the iconic car of them was the ford falcon specially green ones… if U saw a green falcon… you gotta hell out because you can wake up with the fish… sad story but true… most of the people disappeared back in the military dictatorship was on those cars. Therefore… using a car with the legend "Armada de Instrucción Masiva" (army of massive instruction) is an irony to instruct the people… and make them never forgot the past, and to revive literature defunct and banned at the time. Personally… my point of view is kinda different because there was many excesses from both part of that civil war… the army… attacking every one and the revolutionaries… attacking innocent people to make their statement….. and as always in the middle the common people pay the consequences….
    Perhaps instead to start make some jokes…. would be better have to instruct your selves first ;)

    P.S.: sorry about my english

  • Mother Pus Bucket

    Reading Rambo!

  • etcrr

    using his imagination, and entrepreneurial spirit to further his life Cool gig

    • tapsnapornap

      How is he an entrepreneur?

  • vargalarg

    Que Chingon!

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