THESE ARE SOME OBJECTS AND SITUATIONS THAT I HAVE RECENTLY SEEN.
"Warning: autistic driver" signs? Is that a thing now? Exactly what might be the implications of autism for other road users?
I suppose at least being on two wheels means he won't be able to get up to any autistic monkey business when the bullion vans are out. To be honest, I hadn't imagined Chippenam High Street as a place where a lot of raw gold bullion was transported. I mean, it's got ducks on it.
A life-size singing Elvis head, obviously.
The saddest tiger in all the world.
Hey! How did THAT get in there?
(I still can't quite believe they got away with Daphne back in 1983.)
Quite clearly some Halo (pseudo) Lego.
Its previous strategy foiled, the T-1000 adopted Plan B: go back to Edwardian England and kill John Connor's granny.
I hope that in the future, people will grow up whose first language is Japlish.
Woolworths went into administration in November 2008. This picture was taken in February 2011. Green shoots of recovery: still elusive.