It’s easy to hear the word “cosplay” and to picture elaborate costumes meticulously tailored and sculpted. In that case, let Anucha Saengchart (aka Lonelyman) change your mind. For years, he’s been creating Low Cost Cosplay. The hilarious—and extremely popular—project has him transforming into characters from popular culture all with some basic materials and creative camera angles. If you don’t believe how simple (and low budget)
From cat-shaped bread to corgi butt buns, bakeries around the world are using carbs to not only fill customers’ bellies,...
A giant cat invading a town sounds like something out of a monster film.
Sometimes it’s startling just how like us our primate cousins can be. And recently, one TikTok user found that out in a most amusing way. While visiting a zoo in Indonesia, Lola Testu—known as @minorcrimes on TikTok—accidentally dropped her sunglasses into the orangutan enclosure. Naturally, she captured the entire mishap on video, which is fortunate because what happened next is absolutely priceless.
The depths of the ocean can be an extremely fascinating place, ripe for exploration and new discoveries.
There’s a notorious cat burglar in Beaverton, Oregon, and her name is Esme.
In 2017, a then-21-year-old Campbell Jones and his girlfriend embarked on a bike ride on Rottnest Island. Located off the coast of Western Australia, Rottnest is renowned for its scenic, seaside landscape, warm weather, and ample wildlife—namely, its indigenous quokka population. With its adorable smile and inquisitive personality, the quokka is known as “the happiest animal on Earth.” After meeting one on the bike trail, Jones now knows why.
Kenny Deuss and his two kids love to go on adventures. But these aren’t just any escapades.
From helmet hair to looking uncool, there are a million silly reasons why you might not want to wear a...
Photoshop experts are able to rework images into all kinds of fabricated realities. From color correction and filters to cropping and resizing, the powerful digital tool offers countless editing options. And while most Photoshop experts use the software for professional graphic design, British digital artist James Fridman uses it to troll the Internet. He’s known for taking requests to “fix” the images of people from all over the world.
Ever wonder what a fine art-themed episode of The Simpsons would be like?
Over or under? This is the question that has plagued the Western world since the invention of modern toilet paper.