December 12, 2018

Funny Photos of “Miserable Men” Who Just Want the Shopping Trip to Be Over

A post shared by Miserable Men™️ (@miserable_men) on Jan 28, 2018 at 11:11pm PST If you loathe the stale air and artificial light of mall stores and big-box retailers, know that you are far from alone. For many years, the hilariously relatable Instagram Miserable Men has documented the plight of guys who made the mistake of accompanying their partners on a shopping excursion.

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November 29, 2018

Honest Comics About Being Single Are Relatable for Anyone Who Flies Solo

Being single can be an illuminating time for a person. After all, it’s only when we navigate the world solo that we learn who we really are. But just because the experience brings us closer to self-actualization, the very relatable truth is that singledom is not all sunshine and rainbows. Flying solo can be an exercise in frustration (especially the dating part) and downright lonely.

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November 20, 2018

Bookstore Finally Sells Book That’s Been Sitting on Its Shelves for Over 27 Years

Once upon a time, a lonely little book sat on a shelf in Broadhurst’s Bookshop, a store in the seaside town of Southport, England. Finally, after nearly three decades, this old book found a new home—and unexpected fame on Twitter. Described as a children’s biography on William the Conqueror, the obscure book was acquired by Broadhurst’s Bookshop 27 years ago.

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November 14, 2018

‘P is for Pterodactyl’ Book Exposes the Oddest Spellings in English

Tsunami. Knight. Wren. Aisle. What do these words have in common? They’re just some of the quirky words featured in the new book P is for Pterodactyl. This fun take on a standard alphabet book features some of the trickier words used in the English language. By focusing on silent letters and silly homophones, the book is a great way for kids to start tackling advanced spelling and for word nerds to get a good laugh.

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