February 6, 2020

Posters of Oscar-Nominated Films Reimagined With an Adorable Corgi as the Star

The internet-famous corgi Maxine is known for her fluffy butt and adorable smile. But beyond her oversized ears and knack for fitting into a backpack, she’s also a movie star—to her pawrents, at least. Her humans, Bryan Reisberg and Alex Garyn, are film buffs who have centered Maxine’s popular Instagram around movies. (Her Instagram handle, @madmax_fluffyroad, is even named after Mad Max: Fury Road.)

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January 17, 2020

Train Carrying Corn Has Massive Spill, Transforms Tracks Into a “Yellow Brick Road”

On a cold winter day in Crystal, Minnesota, Mike Parker noticed an unusual sight near his house. The neighboring train tracks were completely covered in golden kernels of corn as far as the eye could see. And best of all, this magical sight resembled the fantastical Yellow Brick Road from The Wizard of Oz. After snapping a picture of the tracks, Parker naturally shared it on Twitter.

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December 6, 2019

Hilariously Honest “Definitions” of Everyday Words Reveal Their Hidden Meanings

If you’ve ever texted “K” to someone, it could mean “okay” but you know it really only means one thing: you’re mad as hell. Instagram account HipDict tells it how it is, by defining what “K” and other everyday words really imply. The hilarious “definitions” are all user submitted, so anyone can add to the highly relatable crowdsourced collection.

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November 26, 2019

Funny Cabbies Strike “Sexy” Poses for the Last Ever New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar

Over the last few years, we’ve been covering the annually-released New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar. The hilarious photo collection features “12 scintillating and good-humored yellow cab drivers” who are celebrated as the unsung heroes of modern city life. The creators of the calendar series—husband and wife duo photographer Shannon Kirkman and creative director Philip Kirkman—have recently released the 2020 edition of the calendar, which is sadly its the last one ever.

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