While excavating for Bloomberg’s headquarters, archaeologists have discovered a ancient Roman stylus inscribed with (roughly) “I went to Rome, and all I brought you was this pen.”
Hey, this is pretty fun!
Did Reddit respond?
You’re damn right they did!
Here are the best moon selfies ever in the history of moon selfies!
10. Mean Moon
9. Full Moon
8. Pensive Moon
7. Sleepy Moon
6. Happy Moon
5. Orbiting moon
4. 246 days of Moon
3. Thoughtful Moon
2. Mustache Moon
1. Grumpy Moon
Want to try it out? Take a snap and post it in the comments!
You know you want to…
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