Disney princesses have received several makeovers in the past—debuting as fashionable millennials, glamorous femme fatales, and empowered career women—and now, the characters from The Lion King (1994) have gotten their own magical transformation. Designer and illustrator Marco (known as Marco the Artist on Instagram) has spent his extra quarantine time reimagining Simba, Mufasa, and their companions as humanlike characters.
Bigfoot fanatics can finally stop searching—the hairy beast has been hanging out at his 5-bedroom home in the Redwoods this...
In a world full of uncertainty, you could probably do with some cheering up right now.
Many restaurants around the world are slowly opening up again, but they still have to ensure customers stay a safe distance apart. Last week, we reported on a café in Germany using pool noodles on hats, but this isn’t the only German establishment to adopt novelty headwear as a tool to help curb the spread of COVID-19. The nation’s Burger King branches recently introduced giant “social distancing crowns,” forcing customers to stand 6 feet apart.
After successfully slowing the spread of COVID-19, Germany is one of many countries attempting to reopen its cafes and restaurants.
Woman Paints Fence to Make Her Nosy Bulldog Look Like a King & Jester When He Sticks His Head Through
While many of us are still stuck inside due to lockdown restrictions, our pets have become a valuable source of...
The coronavirus quarantine has forced many folks to convert their dining rooms into an office. So if you and your significant other are both working from home, congratulations. You now have a new officemate. Couple this with the silliness that comes from being hunkered down at home for months, and you have a potentially hilarious situation on your hands—that’s exactly what happened to Cara Fields.
Being hunkered down in our homes can inspire some odd activities and bizarre challenges.
While many are struggling with life under lockdown, some businesses are trying their best to spread a bit of joy...
As the weeks spent in coronavirus quarantine go on, people are finding new (and usual) ways to entertain themselves, whether it’s recreating iconic art or giving a dog a daily makeover. Liz Koto and her family have found another way to make us laugh—with some help from their neighbors.
While many of us are currently going a little stir-crazy while stuck inside, avid prankster Kristen Vogler found a hilarious...
Things can get a little wacky in the midst of coronavirus lockdown.