• wheeeeeee

    The people in 11 are native new zealanders doing their haka in which they purposely make those faces.

    • dave

      or "Māori", as they prefer to be called. Bad-asses, the lot of 'em.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1379875532 Lisa Martin

    I think some of these might be aunties….lol…still…some folks should just be taking Valium Vitamins. 😀

  • Lori

    What the HELL is occurring in #22???

  • Jen


  • merrrr

    They are also potentially someone's father.

  • Mason Forsyth

    #11 is quite normal actually, that is a new zealand Haka, performed traditionally by the Maoris. it happens all the time down there, especially during events, and that face he is making is also a traditional pose.

  • robsterling

    Is #22 inhaling his own farts?

  • Beau

    I'm pretty sure… that I see…. in #15… A sega dreamcast. Or an eerily similar white cd player.

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  • Stevo

    Yeah #11 is a Maori Kapahaka group performing a Powhiri welcoming Prince William to NZ. Not crazy at all. Cultural sensitivity FTW

  • Jacye

    #13 i believe is a man that attends the renaissance festival. Ive seen him at the renaissance festival in magnolia texas. The best part of his costumes is his drop down man parts. lol.

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