The Wikipedia entry (for Parentheses) gets [pretty] meta. 
Seems legit (x-post from /r/cats) [OC] (parentheses)
The world's oldest known wild bird is Wisdom the Laysan albatross. At 68 years old she is still laying viable eggs and raising chicks. Wisdom has outlived several mates and raised anywhere from 30 to 35 chicks
A pic of the sunset on my way home (I’m new here so if I did anything wrong tell me)
That is a gag worthy combination.
I came across this chart about color theory wedged inside a 1968 Life magazine I was flipping through. The more I look at it, the more fascinating it becomes!
I'm beginning to think these little dudes are invading our streets. I've seen them randomly on the street in two different cities Philly and DC). What are they?
Can you figure out the number?
Can this please be the new acronym for order of operations?