There’s a notorious cat burglar in Beaverton, Oregon, and her name is Esme. The felonious feline has been stealing small items, such as gloves and face masks, from neighboring garages and bringing them home as gifts for her human, Kate Felmet. Although Felmet appreciates the well-intended gesture, she also knows that stealing is wrong.
In 2017, a then-21-year-old Campbell Jones and his girlfriend embarked on a bike ride on Rottnest Island.
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 helmet when you cycle, but there is one very important reason why you should—it could save your life. Danish Road Safety Council recently collaborated with Copenhagen-based creative ad company &Co to deliver this serious message in a hilarious way. The ad revisits Denmark’s Viking origins to tell the story of a stubborn commander named Svend.
Photoshop experts are able to rework images into all kinds of fabricated realities.
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. It was in 1857 that New York-based inventor Joseph C. Gayetty developed the first packaged variety to be made widely available in the U.S. However, it wasn’t until 1871 that perforated rolls of toilet paper were invented.
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There are many ways to deal with boredom, but photographer Saeed Awawdeh’s solution is funnier than most. Known as “Hurt CoPain” on Twitter, he wrote, “My fridge has a screen so sometimes I get bored and photoshop myself to make it look like i'm [sic] in there.” The hilarious images show what appears to be a miniature Awawdeh hanging out inside the fridge.
America’s National Parks are famous for their natural beauty, but not everyone gets the hype.
For six days, a huge 400-meter-long (1,300 feet)