Funny

May 14, 2019

20 Adorable Animals Booping the Camera with Their Curious Snoots

Fox boops the camera from r/aww There’s a reason that animals are so popular on the internet—they do adorable things! And in trying to snap a photo of their cuteness, sometimes a boop on the camera occurs. But what is that, exactly? It’s where the snout of an animal touches (or practically touches) the lens of the device. The result is an out-of-focus nose and a creature whose curiosity only adds to its charm.

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March 12, 2019

Artist Illustrates the Bizarre Real Life Conversations He Overhears in Public

We’re all guilty of eavesdropping on other people’s conversations. And let’s face it—some of them can be pretty entertaining. Dreamworks animation artist Avner Geller illustrates the weird and wonderful things he overhears in cafes, public transportation, and on the streets of Los Angeles. His personal ongoing series of funny illustrations, titled #ThingsThatiHear, reveals just how strange modern life can be.

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January 31, 2019

People Are Creating Endless “Inception” Paintings of Other People Holding Paintings

Something incredible is happening on reddit. I’m tempted to say these people have way too much time, but this is legit amazing. #RecursionFTW pic.twitter.com/mr8jHjTbnV — Nick Kapur (@nick_kapur) January 30, 2019 Earlier this month, a Redditor shared a sweet and seemingly inconsequential photograph. It showed his mother, Cindi Decker, holding a colorful portrait of an egret. “My mom painted this and said no one would like it,” Gaddafo said. “It’s her 2nd painting.

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January 23, 2019

Viral Twitter Thread Ignites a Debate Over the “Right” Way to Draw an X

Also this is so interesting to me – which way do you draw an X? Colored line being the first stroke pic.twitter.com/a0WTl8WT7P — sixers smasey (@SMASEY) January 20, 2019 How do you draw the letter X? It’s a simple question, but it’s one that has recently ignited a rousing debate on Twitter. On January 19, @SMASEY shared an image that demonstrated eight different ways to draw an X.

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