7. 13 Years Of Contact With Water
For dog lovers, having a dog is one of the best things in the world. Dogs are (usually) loyal, they are companions, and they love their owners unconditionally.
This family has had their dog for a while, and their dog had just turned 13 years of age. They finally decided it was time to change the small ID in his collar and realized that the ID tag had changed so much after 13 years of hitting the water bowl and probably playing in the sea. It’s safe to say that it was definitely time to get a new one.
8. Paper Cuts
While many things have become automatic, manual paper cuts have survived for quite some time now. Many people and a lot of companies still use them, and some have been using the exact same paper cut for years. This image clearly highlights that using the same paper cuts for years does have consequences, creating a mark that will never go away.
For this company, the machine has gone through every single stage the company has, cutting documents that emphasize different stages of the company’s development.
9. Worn Out Button
Owning a car as a young adult is a great accomplishment. Staying with the same car for years is even better, as the car also keeps tons of moments in a person’s life.
The person who owns this car clearly loves music, or the radio, and has clicked on that button more than ever. The button was clicked on so much that the interior almost looks like a Victorian portrait adding a touch of art to the worn-down car.
10. A Thousand Miles After
Hiking can be scary for some people, but for others, it’s just the touch of adrenaline they need in their lives. Some people even get to do it professionally, hiking hundreds of miles in the scariest weather conditions.
This hiker has used her hiking poles since the first hike she ever took and finally decided to buy a new one after she reached the 1,000-mile line. She then put them next to each other and realized how much she had done and accomplished each and every mile.
11. 30 Years Hugging The Same Teddy Bear
These teddy bears have a beautiful story. A mother bought her son two of the same teddy bear back in 1985. She decided to give one of them to the young boy and to store the second one so that he would also be able to give it to his own children one day.
Years later, when his first son was born, he gave him the teddy. They then decided to put the once identical teddy bears next to each other and realized how many moments and beautiful stories the worn down teddy bear had collected.
12. Steel Plate Full Of Experiences
Ah, amusement parks! They are some of the loudest, dirtiest, but most fun places for kids all over the world. Some of the most famous ones include Disney Parks in the US and Disneyland in Paris, OCT parks in China, and Parques Reunidos in Spain.
People can stay for hours in a line in order to experience the most popular rides. This particular steel plate has probably been stepped on thousands of times by amusement park enthusiasts from every corner of the world.