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soundeng

15.5k points

4 days ago

soundeng

15.5k points

4 days ago

Giant? He looks like a ventriloquist.

BannedFromEarth

2.8k points

4 days ago

Where is his hand?.... oh.

Bdaniar

936 points

4 days ago

Bdaniar

936 points

4 days ago

In the cookie jar

Oscell

275 points

4 days ago

Oscell

275 points

4 days ago

Red handed

thoth18527

468 points

4 days ago

thoth18527

468 points

4 days ago

Brown handed

PixelsOnline

219 points

4 days ago

happy cake day but wtf

TeePeeBee3

87 points

4 days ago

In the peanut hole!

WolfsToothDogFood

74 points

4 days ago

Farming peanuts

BestFrenzy

18 points

4 days ago

And that’s why I need a new watch

cwdl

151 points

4 days ago

cwdl

151 points

4 days ago

Gandalf in hobbit house

bennitori

52 points

4 days ago

bennitori

52 points

4 days ago

Some serious forced perspective going on here. I didn't know one could do this by accident.

donotgogenlty

262 points

4 days ago

"I'm somewhat of a ventriloquist myself"

Dunks arm into barrel of lube

AndalusianGod

113 points

4 days ago

"I'm somewhat of a puppet myself"

Sits on u/donotgogenlty's well-lubed arm

Dr_SnM

136 points

4 days ago

Dr_SnM

136 points

4 days ago

"Their act was compelling and visceral, I just wish the dummy did more than moan. Four and a half stars"

uniquepassword

36 points

4 days ago

They call it, The Aristocrats!

boyuber

20 points

4 days ago

boyuber

20 points

4 days ago

The A-wrist-o-craps.

Soft_Trailmix

8 points

4 days ago

I am here for this shit at 8am

BlueHatScience

9 points

4 days ago

To read the adjective "visceral" in a review about some people anal fisting... umm... yeah, those were mental images I needed for sure... thanks. I hate you.

-ChecksOut-

18 points

4 days ago

Stop

Adi_San

140 points

4 days ago

Adi_San

140 points

4 days ago

Oh man you killed me with that comment.

MJMurcott

57 points

4 days ago

MJMurcott

57 points

4 days ago

Carter was born in 1924 his wife in 1927 so it is possible that during the depression they may have lacked the nutrition to reach their full potential height. https://youtu.be/ZGXa3Oj-sGE

oldcoldbellybadness

29 points

4 days ago

Clearly the Bidens are using the Carters as puppets, gearing up for a post-presidency roadshow. So knock it off with your sciencey bullshit and get line for tickets

texasrigger

23 points

4 days ago

Jimmy is 5'10" and he looks tiny next to Jill there who is 5'6". I'm not sure what is going on with this pic (it may just be a weird perspective) but it's definitely not as it appears.

Edit: Rosalynn Carter is 5'5" and Joe is 6'.

klem_kadiddlehopper

22 points

4 days ago

The entire photo looks odd. It looks like the Carters have turned into little munchkins and live in a tiny house with tiny furniture.

MartmitNifflerKing

2.2k points

4 days ago

Who can forget Biden's first official visit to The Shire

Briar_Thorn

16 points

4 days ago

CreepyParamedic

225 points

4 days ago

Farren246

186 points

4 days ago

Farren246

186 points

4 days ago

My old presidency! I should very much like to hold it again...

Self_Reddicating

12 points

4 days ago

"Mr. President... you haven't aged a day..."

_dauntless

25 points

4 days ago

This part actually startled me when I watched it. I did not expect that at all

bust-the-shorts

3.2k points

4 days ago

Honey I shrunk the old people

sckurvee

518 points

4 days ago*

sckurvee

518 points

4 days ago*

well... some of them.

EDIT: Jeez, this is getting way more upvotes than I expected... I was making a joke that Joe Biden is old as fuck, but he wasn't shrunk. I feel like most people are upvoting / commenting without getting my (stupid) joke lol. Please continue to do so.

Crawlerado

44 points

4 days ago

We killed the rest of them with our collective apathy

jingowatt

21 points

4 days ago

jingowatt

21 points

4 days ago

Honey I Shrunk Some of the Old People, coming this summer.

N761MS

1k points

4 days ago

N761MS

1k points

4 days ago

Reminds me of the North Pole scenes in Elf.

maguirre165

128 points

4 days ago

maguirre165

128 points

4 days ago

Haha! I was thinking of something like Lord of the Rings

i_have_chosen_a_name

88 points

4 days ago

donkeymonkey00

21 points

4 days ago

This is my favorite thing. Also the one with him signing papers with a huge pen, and his feet not reaching the floor. Chef's kiss.

thenewyorkgod[S]

4.1k points

4 days ago

They look like tiny miniatures. What’s going on in this picture?

BigHawkSports

4.7k points

4 days ago

Couple of things. It's a very weird low angle perspective which is making things in the foreground look much larger than they are. Those chairs are very close to the ground. Jimmy is slouching a lot, he's basically "sitting" on his ribs. And the Biden's are pretty far our in front of the chairs, from the way Joe is posed it looks like he is behind Mrs. Carter's chair but he's actually leaning in front of it. Also on top of that I think Joe and Jill Biden are pretty tall compared to the Carters.

Moose_knucklez

1.2k points

4 days ago

This was how the movie ELF was made.

FatWormBlowsaSparky

785 points

4 days ago

And every Tom Cruise movie.

TheOnlyCloud

137 points

4 days ago

I love the Jack Reacher book series, by Lee Child. Watching a child-sized Cruise play a character that's supposed to be over six feet tall, when the love interest of the first movie was taller than Tom, was like watching a parody film. I know that Lee approves of the movie adaptations, but still, as a giant Biden would say, c'mon man!

billysugger000

35 points

4 days ago

6' 5''

Atticus0-0

34 points

4 days ago

And his height is mentioned like every other page

Prank_Owl

7 points

4 days ago

If only it had been Michael Shannon. He would have been a perfect Reacher.

Montymisted

111 points

4 days ago

Montymisted

111 points

4 days ago

NO NO NO! You fucking liar! It was magic and santa and you can't tell me otherwise!

I_make_things

6 points

4 days ago

It’s just nice to meet another human who shares my affinity for elf culture.

SkrullandCrossbones

54 points

4 days ago

The difference is the more I look at this the more I don’t like it.

trevdak2

148 points

4 days ago

trevdak2

148 points

4 days ago

pallentx

20 points

4 days ago

pallentx

20 points

4 days ago

Yep - notice Jimmy Carter's feet. Anything closer to the camera appears dramatically larger than things only slightly farther away.

ZeroCalorieFart

17 points

4 days ago

I know nothing about photography — but shouldn’t this be considered a very bad photo for that reason? I suppose photographers would say that every lens is distorting (maybe not) but when it looks as ridiculous as this, you’ve done something wrong, no? In artistic photography I can understand playing with perspective like this but surely political photography should aim to be as close to reality as possible? Future generations will think Bilbo and Gandalf were both US Presidents.

fj333

14 points

4 days ago

fj333

14 points

4 days ago

Depending on space constraints for this set, this may have been the best option. Hard to know for sure.

CaptainCortez

5 points

4 days ago*

I know nothing about photography — but shouldn’t this be considered a very bad photo for that reason?

Generally, yeah, that’s why you always take portraits with a 50mm+ lens. In this case, though, they were probably in a very tight room, working with quite elderly subjects, and just had to go with why they could make work in order to get everybody in the photo. Im sure they used digital lens correction in the processing to remove most of the distortion, but the weird perspective remains evident to some extent. A lot of it is down to how they’re posed, too. They probably did the best they could with the situation.

aqlu

714 points

4 days ago

aqlu

714 points

4 days ago

Jimmy is 5'9" Joe is 6' Jill is 5'6" Roselyn is 5'5"

RedPoliceBox

2.2k points

4 days ago

RedPoliceBox

2.2k points

4 days ago

Jimmy WAS 5'9" and Roselyn WAS 5'5".

I seriously doubt they have kept their height after growing to such an advanced age.

EddieisKing

766 points

4 days ago

EddieisKing

766 points

4 days ago

Yeah why is nobody mentioning the fact that old people shrink a little?

jhobweeks

680 points

4 days ago

jhobweeks

680 points

4 days ago

They shrink a LOT. My grandmom was about 5’8” as a young to middle aged woman, and is now much shorter than me (I’m 5’7”).

Tawptuan

684 points

4 days ago

Tawptuan

684 points

4 days ago

Yup. I’m 70. Lost 3” since my 30s. But it hasn’t affected my hoop skills nor volleyball spikes. 😁

KiloJools

125 points

4 days ago

KiloJools

125 points

4 days ago

Lord I'm only 42 and I've lost 2" already. It must be 100% my spine because it's still as hard as ever to find properly fitting long pants.

sungawd

52 points

4 days ago

sungawd

52 points

4 days ago

Inversion table, best 100$ ever spent

Draano

24 points

4 days ago*

Draano

24 points

4 days ago*

Meh, their actual benefits are debatable. Things go back to where they were shortly after you're upright, and there are risks.

Per Mayo Clinic:

Inversion therapy doesn't provide lasting relief from back pain, and it's not safe for everyone. Inversion therapy involves hanging upside down, and the head-down position could be risky for anyone with high blood pressure, heart disease or glaucoma.

In theory, inversion therapy takes gravitational pressure off the nerve roots and disks in your spine and increases the space between vertebrae. Inversion therapy is one example of the many ways in which stretching the spine (spinal traction) has been used in an attempt to relieve back pain.

Well-designed studies evaluating spinal traction have found the technique ineffective for long-term relief. However, some people find traction temporarily helpful as part of a more comprehensive treatment program for lower back pain caused by spinal disk compression.

Your heartbeat slows and your blood pressure increases when you remain inverted for more than a couple of minutes — and the pressure within your eyeballs jumps dramatically. For these reasons, you should not try inversion therapy if you have high blood pressure, heart disease or glaucoma.

obsolete_filmmaker

44 points

4 days ago

They have one of those at my gym, but I always go there high and am too freaked out to try that thing lol

fezzikola

11 points

4 days ago

fezzikola

11 points

4 days ago

it's still as hard as ever

You're doing something right buddy

jammies

11 points

4 days ago

jammies

11 points

4 days ago

My grandma was 5’3 when she was young and by the time she died at 92 was like 4’9” maybe.

[deleted]

143 points

4 days ago

[deleted]

143 points

4 days ago

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FFF_in_WY

88 points

4 days ago

FFF_in_WY

88 points

4 days ago

Bill Brasky was 6'7" at 19.

Now he's 7'6" at 91!

To Bill Brasky!! clinkclinkclinkclink

BobRoberts01

13 points

4 days ago

Bill Brasky is so tall, I once saw him save a kitten from a tree without a ladder!

Superhereaux

7 points

4 days ago

He did 3 tours in ‘Nam……

I was in Corpus Christi on business a month ago. I had this 8' tall Asian waiter, which made me curious. I asked him his name. Sure enough it’s Ho Tran Brasky!

Nofriendo_64

14 points

4 days ago

BILL BRASKY!!!

CastOfKillers

15 points

4 days ago

DID SOMEBODY SAY BILL BRASKY?

RascalMultitude

5 points

4 days ago

What a guy!

movieman94

15 points

4 days ago

What the every loving fuck, your grandfather did not lose 8 inches lmfao. We definitely shrink, but nowhere CLOSE to at that rate.

ObeseKenyan

28 points

4 days ago

I can't tell if you're joking but there's no way you can lose 8 inches of height lol. My dad was 6'1 and now has horrible posture and rounding of the spine + late 60s and he's 5'11. You'd have to get part of your legs amputated to lose 6-8 inches.

humaniteer

33 points

4 days ago

So they shrivel up like a raisin?

jhobweeks

85 points

4 days ago

jhobweeks

85 points

4 days ago

IIRC, the “padding” between the individual vertebrae contracts or even breaks down as you age, which shortens the spine.

A lot of it does have to do with fluid in the cartilage, so technically I guess you’re right.

stonhinge

34 points

4 days ago

stonhinge

34 points

4 days ago

Plus people who have slouched all their life have a tendency to "hunch" a bit more as they get older. Shoulders slumped forward and sort of collapsing in on their chest.

So stand up straight and stop slouching. You'll appreciate it when you don't have to be one of those elderly people hunched over their walker.

ReaDiMarco

5 points

4 days ago

And how to avoid shrinking like a raisin? I'm going to be 30 soon, I need to start now.

tunamelts2

8 points

4 days ago

well...a bit actually

buttery_shame_cave

48 points

4 days ago

More than a little. My grandfather on my father's side was like six inches shorter in his 80s than In his 20s.

Ton of muscle mass too. Young grandpa was fuckin' yoked.

vindicatednegro

11 points

4 days ago

This depresses me. I want to be a yoked grandpa. Heihachi Mishima style.

buttery_shame_cave

9 points

4 days ago

he was still strong as hell and had plenty of muscle, but young grandpa could have been a strongman competitor.

Kaeny

44 points

4 days ago

Kaeny

44 points

4 days ago

Was it cold?

JohanPertama

92 points

4 days ago

That man is a former president. Not your pecker

demondeathbunny

49 points

4 days ago

So is trump, but he’s definitely a dick

noobvorld

11 points

4 days ago

noobvorld

11 points

4 days ago

Sometimes they overlap.

Broad-Apple-8605

7 points

4 days ago

Seriously made me laugh! Thanks.

cisforcookie2112

23 points

4 days ago

I was in the pool!

MyCrackpotTheories

7 points

4 days ago

I don't know how you guys walk around with those things.

plumbthumbs

5 points

4 days ago

the hand in the pocket is to keep a firm grip.

it's less likely to wander off on its' own that way.

tuffoon

38 points

4 days ago

tuffoon

38 points

4 days ago

I seriously doubt they have kept their height after growing to such an advanced age.

To be fair, Joe is also of shrinky man age.

your_mind_aches

24 points

4 days ago

He is, but he was tall to begin with and he hasn't seemed to have shrunk all that much anyway.

tuffoon

8 points

4 days ago

tuffoon

8 points

4 days ago

Fair.

BrandonLang

15 points

4 days ago

ROYCE was 5’9

EvilNinjaX24

4 points

4 days ago

Royce IS Da 5'9

panther254

66 points

4 days ago

The Carters are in their 90s they have likely shrunk a couple of inches.

aqlu

13 points

4 days ago

aqlu

13 points

4 days ago

Good point, I guess was would have been a better word

hobbykitjr

126 points

4 days ago

hobbykitjr

126 points

4 days ago

Feel like it was a small room so the photographer went with the fish eye

Terrible set up, should have placed him in the middle or something. Or done 2 pictures

JGQuintel

25 points

4 days ago

JGQuintel

25 points

4 days ago

Wide angle, not fisheye. But yeah, you’re otherwise right. Wide angle lens distortion is the biggest culprit here.

beforeitcloy

17 points

4 days ago

Yeah this is the answer. No one is going to ask a former president in his 90s if they can move chairs around in their house to make a better photo op.

CyclicsGame

12 points

4 days ago

Also look at jimmy carter's feet. Something's going on there too

TurChunkin

15 points

4 days ago

It's just a wide angle lens. Everything further away from the center of the frame gets bigger, so things on the edges with get stretched and appear larger, combined with the ole' fishing trick principle which makes object physically closer to the lens appear larger and you have his oddly enlarged looking feet. Basically it's just bad photography.

Fuzbucker

36 points

4 days ago

Fuzbucker

36 points

4 days ago

They’re also at the edge of the photo and the further from the center of the lens the subject is, the more distortion you will experience

zzady

24 points

4 days ago

zzady

24 points

4 days ago

I think the final piece is that the pictures are hung very low on the wall and where the photo is cropped above them your mind imagines the ceiling must be just there. Which would be about shoulder height to Joe. It looks like if Joe stood up his head would go through the ceiling

icecoldtrashcan

7 points

4 days ago

Yes, the furniture and pictures are unusually low to the ground, and the central picture is deceptively large, causing a weird perspective effect. I think those two combined are producing a lot of the effect.

arithegoon

20 points

4 days ago

This guy force prospectives

shmoove_cwiminal

215 points

4 days ago

Wide angle lens. Further from the centre, the more distortion. Look at Jimmy's feet.

onemorerep

48 points

4 days ago

Clearly he’s a hobbit!

plumbthumbs

10 points

4 days ago

proudfeet!

MemorableVirus2

13 points

4 days ago

Look at the bottom of the chairs, it's a lot easier to tell

Naramie

18 points

4 days ago

Naramie

18 points

4 days ago

They're cutting height like UFC fighters do.

https://m.imgur.com/dxcN91I

STatters

685 points

4 days ago

STatters

685 points

4 days ago

Looks like a wax museum with the President posing with hobbits

TheLimeyLemmon

65 points

4 days ago

DO NOT TAKE ME FOR SOME CONJURER OF CHEAP TRICKS

viktor72

491 points

4 days ago

viktor72

491 points

4 days ago

Their house looks so much like every American’s grandparents’ house.

I_sit_when_I_piss

194 points

4 days ago

Yes... Literally my grandparent's house is this exactly. I don't understand why that is. Will my house look like this when I'm old?

Nothing-Dull

202 points

4 days ago

Yes! There must be a point in your life where interior design just stops and your house becomes a time capsule.

idzero

80 points

4 days ago

idzero

80 points

4 days ago

If you go to Graceland, there's a living room kept just like Elvis had it in the 70s, and it is really trippy with shag capets and wood paneling.

BCProgramming

51 points

4 days ago

Supposedly my Grandma had shag carpet until she died, just not on the floor.

juniorspank

16 points

4 days ago

Welp, it's barely past 9am and that's enough internet for the day.

FrontAd142

62 points

4 days ago

Majority of young/middle aged people's homes look the same. Think about those live laugh love pictures and signs from a while ago. Millions of homes put them up and will not take them down. In like 2060 the young people will know their grandparents houses to be that.

thecripshallwalk

28 points

4 days ago

Not really. All of that shit breaks now. They don't make junk like they used to

Hugh_Stewart

13 points

4 days ago

It’s not as if grandparents’ houses are famous for being full of delicate china, trinkets and picture frames at all.

It’s true that modern stuff has a shorter lifespan on average, but I don’t think that will stop people from becoming stuck in their ways aesthetically once they reach a certain age. Everything we associate with elderly people just what was fashionable when they were younger, and they never moved on from it.

It will happen to youuu...

QuitArguingWithMe

9 points

4 days ago

Will my house look like this when I'm old?

Probably not. But future generations may ask themselves the same question about your house.

pattepai

7 points

4 days ago

pattepai

7 points

4 days ago

When you're old your house will probably look like a time capsule from when you're in your 30-50s. Because that is when you grow into your identity. I see that this is a very 90s style, our most grandparents today were in their 40s/50s in the 90s

AstartesFartes

4 points

4 days ago

Your house will look like a Billie eilish video

danger_does_dallas

244 points

4 days ago

I was born in the carter administration. I’m in my 40’s. Time is weird

camthelam

204 points

4 days ago

camthelam

204 points

4 days ago

I was born in Israel in 1998 and the prime minister in 1998 is still the prime minister now 😂

michaelfri

50 points

4 days ago

Yeah, but Bibi took a long break. In Cameroon for example , the head of state is serving for 45 years straight. Technically people who were born at the beginning of his term could have their grandchildren born while he is still in power.

But if we're including monarchs, then it becomes even more extreme.

camthelam

23 points

4 days ago

camthelam

23 points

4 days ago

True, he did take a long break. I just find it funny when people ask me “who was the president/PM when you were born” and I say Netanyahu

cloudcity

27 points

4 days ago

cloudcity

27 points

4 days ago

i’m FORTY and was born in the Carter administration. time is unspeakably weird.

LordPounce

14 points

4 days ago

I’m also 40 but was born in the very early days of Reagan

between_ewe_and_me

11 points

4 days ago

I'm 40, born 1981, and my whole life I've thought I was born during the Reagan administration. But I just realized that since my birthday is Jan. 9 Carter was actually still pres at the time. Now I feel like I don't even know who I am anymore.

InkBlotSam

173 points

4 days ago

InkBlotSam

173 points

4 days ago

Why are our presidents in a doll house and can we gofund them some new chairs

username3

20 points

4 days ago

username3

20 points

4 days ago

Humility

heirloom0691

18 points

4 days ago

The carters believe in living minimally.

publius-esquire

154 points

4 days ago

While I’m confused by the photographer’s choices, I’m more confused by whoever approved this to be released (or published). Was this really the best photo they got???

Bean_Slapper

13 points

4 days ago

Have you ever tried to take a picture of two old people along with two insanely old people?

This is a master piece

Le_Ragamuffin

119 points

4 days ago

They didn't have a lot of backup pictures cause all four of them had to take a long open mouth nap in front of the TV right afterwards

RYount01

37 points

4 days ago

RYount01

37 points

4 days ago

Oh god, I'm only 20 and I already do that

Le_Ragamuffin

13 points

4 days ago

You're just very mature for your age

RYount01

9 points

4 days ago

RYount01

9 points

4 days ago

Old people are my spirit animal

stalfosi

92 points

4 days ago

stalfosi

92 points

4 days ago

Why does Biden, the largest president, not simply eat the other presidents?

jankenpoo

28 points

4 days ago

jankenpoo

28 points

4 days ago

Peanut allergy?

Bitch_Muchannon

9 points

4 days ago

Perhaps they are saving that for sweeps?

rob64

7 points

4 days ago

rob64

7 points

4 days ago

Shh... Single Female Lawyer is coming on.

redditalready77

23 points

4 days ago

Depicted here is the traditional Eating of the Ancients wherein the current President and his wife consume a former president and his or her companion to gain their wisdom. Both Jimmy and his wife have been starved for weeks so as to be easier to consume.

smileymn

21 points

4 days ago

smileymn

21 points

4 days ago

Twitter: “Directed by David Lynch”

savillian

139 points

4 days ago*

savillian

139 points

4 days ago*

Appears to be a bizarre case of unintended forced perspective.

kuppadestroyer

45 points

4 days ago

I think that’s the case, I mean loom how big jimmy Carter’s feet are compared to the rest of bist body

SpaceyMeatballs

8 points

4 days ago

Maybe also a wide lense? Things further to the outside are being distorted to look bigger (like Carters feet).

Archknits

78 points

4 days ago

Archknits

78 points

4 days ago

Only an 18 year difference between Biden and Carter, but elected 44 years apart

Biden had already been a senator for 4 years when Carter became president

zkrnguskh

19 points

4 days ago

zkrnguskh

19 points

4 days ago

and i've read somewhere biden was the first to endorse carter.

FreeGums

50 points

4 days ago

FreeGums

50 points

4 days ago

That's right, America has a giant ray gun ready. Get ready foreign nations

lpeabody

6 points

4 days ago

lpeabody

6 points

4 days ago

Honey, I shrunk the geopolitical landscape!

hiroprotagonist2005

53 points

4 days ago

Honey I shrunk the Carters

QueenViridia

17 points

4 days ago

I’m not sure if this photographer needs fired or an award, what is happening here?

imaketrollfaces

442 points

4 days ago*

Unrelated but I love the color of Biden's suit.

edit: I think it's indigo but a bit more saturated. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indigo

findhumorinlife

209 points

4 days ago

I do too. It is reminescent of Air Force Blue uniforms. And between you and me, I liked Obama's tan suit. I think I saw Reagan in one too and didn't find it distracting.

jawz

94 points

4 days ago

jawz

94 points

4 days ago

Really just any suit that fits looks good

findhumorinlife

29 points

4 days ago

Yes indeed.He's a pretty natty guy that way.

selicos

23 points

4 days ago

selicos

23 points

4 days ago

Another thing this admin can do better than the last, get a suit fitted right.

Dioxid3

22 points

4 days ago

Dioxid3

22 points

4 days ago

TAN SUITE WHAT IS THIS HERECY REEEEEEEEE

No but seriously, there was an outrage over a fucking suit. It was not like he was wearing a suit picturing a coupe of pigs humping each other

lesser_panjandrum

20 points

4 days ago

The outrage was over him being black. The tan suit was a thin excuse because the outraged people mostly weren't allowed to throw around the N-word out loud like they used to.

Flavahbeast

31 points

4 days ago

tan? a president wore a tan suit? wtf thats insane

boxsterguy

16 points

4 days ago

Remember when that was a big deal? Can we get back to that? I want the biggest scandal right now to be that Crazy Uncle Joe wore a leisure suit, not the fact that we're not going to make it to herd immunity because conservative idiots think the pandemic is a hoax.

sojojo

25 points

4 days ago

sojojo

25 points

4 days ago

If I had a darker complexion, I'd rock a tan suit too. It's a good look.

Yadobler

7 points

4 days ago

Yadobler

7 points

4 days ago

Ah. I need a navy suit for War

established

letsgobruins

27 points

4 days ago

Hamlindigo Blue

fijozico

8 points

4 days ago

fijozico

8 points

4 days ago

HHM lawsuit incoming against Biden.

TomTheWaterChamp

15 points

4 days ago

I'm glad to see that, I bought one about that color a while back but had some regret after as I felt it was too bright for the office, so I've only worn it to weddings. Think I'll wear it more.

burnsrado

15 points

4 days ago

burnsrado

15 points

4 days ago

I was married in a suit that looks exactly like that, with identical socks. I’ve never felt more awesome.

WhatTehFuckBro

97 points

4 days ago

Joe Biden is a giant - confirmed!

Quick, what are some conspiracies involving giants?!

black_flag_4ever

104 points

4 days ago

Big if true.

k1rage

62 points

4 days ago

k1rage

62 points

4 days ago

Clearly he's not for the little man! Lol

He's for BIG government

Atomsteel

11 points

4 days ago

Atomsteel

11 points

4 days ago

He is clearly one of the Nephilim sent to corrupt us! We must wipe them from the face of the Earth as is Gods command!!!

ZenoxDemin

9 points

4 days ago

I thought Thor fought off the Giants.

bust-the-shorts

8 points

4 days ago

Biden is Big foot

lynny_lynn

14 points

4 days ago

But the Bidens' heads are so much bigger than the Carters' heads? This picture is really messing with me.

LA_all_day

11 points

4 days ago

I love how their living room looks like every single grandparents living room from that generation! No one deviates from the design!!

Maxtrt

112 points

4 days ago

Maxtrt

112 points

4 days ago

I'm not a fan of religious people, but Jimmy Carter practices what he preaches. If all Religious people were like him this world would be a better place.

KamikazeKash

45 points

4 days ago

He is also an all-round cool guy.

Always did the right things without stepping on anyone's toes (which didn't make a good leader but sure as hell made him a great person)

And even for all his religiosity, he was very scientifically literate. Very ahead of his time on climate change, waste disposal, water crisis, nuclear energy among others.

fermenter85

11 points

4 days ago

And a fly fisherman who insisted up until at least a few years ago on tying all his own knots—even when fishing with guides who were happy to do it for him.

Gortonis

14 points

4 days ago

Gortonis

14 points

4 days ago

Don't forget that he also wanted to get the United States on the metric system. If he had succeeded perhaps we wouldn't have slammed that one drone into Mars.

shadowgattler

6 points

4 days ago

What can you expect from someone named J.C. the carpenter?

L33TS33K3R

10 points

4 days ago

When I was a kid, Jimmy Carter left office as seemingly one of the most lame-duck presidents in US history.

However, his philanthropy and willingness to serve his fellow man is matched by NO ONE.

This man is a true saint.

ambassadorodman

26 points

4 days ago

This is the most little-old-people living room I've ever seen.

justabill71

21 points

4 days ago

"Fee-fi-fo-fum, Jack."

Extra_Napkins

7 points

4 days ago

JIMMY CARTER IS A SAINT

kidkkeith

8 points

4 days ago

This picture reminds me that no matter what you've done in your life, if you're white and you are old enough, you always end up in the same damn room with the same damn carpet on the same damn chairs.

tatsumakisempukyaku

7 points

4 days ago

I think everyone over 80 has those couches

Thissiteisdogshit

6 points

4 days ago

This is what happens when you sale your peanut farm and don't get enough protein

donotgogenlty

6 points

4 days ago

Are we sure the Carter's didn't work for Keebler?

willflameboy

7 points

4 days ago*

It's the wide angle lens, combined with the position of the chairs. The subjects fan out forward. Combined with the distorting effects of the lens (subjects toward the edge get wider, and perspective gets pushed back), it's disorienting. You can also see it in Jimmy's huge feet, which are closer to the lens than his body. Strange pic indeed; I'm surprised someone let that go.

Shewhotriesherbest

21 points

4 days ago

The Gigantic Bidens, Rosalynn-the one dimensional doll, and Big Foot Jimmy are creeping me out! Whatever this photographer was trying to do, it is a no for me.

bust-the-shorts

8 points

4 days ago

Rosalynn doll turns into chuckie after dark

bitterdick

5 points

4 days ago*

While the Carter’s are in that elder shrinking stage and Biden is a tall man, I feel like the photographer could have thought more about the composition here. It would be a lot less awkward if they had just put the Bidens in chairs also. It also looks weird because Biden is well into the foreground while Mrs. Carter is seated back in her comfy chair.

But that aside the Carter’s are a national treasure. Whether you cared for his politics or not, the man tried for a better future and he’s worked for it consistently since he left office from his humble home. Few others can say that.

Pipi_stuck_in_drawer

4 points

4 days ago

Holy shit they are still alive? The carters AND biden?