Submitted by: malcolmtent
He did did he?
Thats actually a HackedIRL.. “Sat Here” was Shopped in.
If so, then it’s not HackedIRL.
Something is only HackedIRL if it was actually altered in the real world, not just photoshopped.
Get your terminology straight, people.
Well if it was shopped, it wouldn’t be “in real life” then would it?
It’s not a HackedIRL if it’s ‘shopped. It has to be genuine.
On another note, that guy is probably world record holder of the longest time sitting down.
As those guys before me said, it’s not HackedIRL if it’s a shop.
And also: How can you tell it’s a shop?
Can I guess that you ‘can tell from the pixels, and from seeing quite a few shops in your day’? :3
That’s only plaque-worthy if the dates refer to how long he sat there.
Ok, what did he do next? Don’t keep me waiting for the sequel!
Not pictured: the surroundings. This bench is actually on top of Everest. Yeah, it’s nicer up there than you’d expect.
everest is baren at the top, nothing but snow, and rock….. and the skys black…….. not grassy with trees and such
Ron Franklin sat down on a park bench in 1922. In 2005, he got up. Who knows what he’ll do next.
Probably a guy who went there nearly everyday to sit on that same bench to feed pigeons and read..or something like that/
Probably, and then when he died, he left a sum of money to the foundation that owns the park, and because of that he got his little plaque on the bench. I’ve seen plaques like these on benches in parks in Dublin, Edinbourgh, Vienna, you name it. First the name, then often a small remark like ‘loved this park’ and then year of birth and dead.
I bet he had a sore arse by then …
His arse must have hurt
That’s a long time to sit…
I was thinking just the same
His obituary said he died from blood loss due to splinters…
Ah, yes, Ronald “Boardbutt” Franklin. What a guy…
wow, thats a long time…
wow, thats a long time…I wonder how he occupied himself
Good ol’ Ron Franklin. Born, sat, and died, on that very bench. You should’ve met his mom who swung on that swingset ’til she was 89.
got a sore ass, ron?
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