Crosswalk buttons (when they work) are something like honorary bros – you press the button and it clears the road for you to walk through. It only makes sense that this button be treated like the bro that it is, and rather than a cold push, the interaction with it can be a much warmer fistbump.
One could have their bandaids explain what happened in detail, or you could use the Boo-Boos to totally not exaggerate the injury by making it look worse than it is. You don’t get to say “Tis but a scratch” for a papercut – you’ve got to earn your right to say it.
This is probably the biggest fear you’d have to deal with on Facebook. Parents using the crap on Facebook to embarrass the sh*t out of you. NYC’s Emily Musson just learnt the lesson when her parents recreated photographs of Emily and her boyfriend.
Millions of years of evolution and thousands of years of civilization has brought humanity at a critical point: the stage of giant robot battles. We’ve been waiting for giant robots to go into an all-out battle for decades now. It seems the battle will happen next year, when the MegaBot Mark II of USA takes on Kuratas from Japan.
Tony might have a killer armor, but I’m willing to bet he’d feel some pain once we get 3-D printing in order and start churning out exoskeletons. Once we do get that in order and find a power source (like the arc reactor) we’ll all be superhumans.
There it is, ladies and gentlemen – the elusive northern water squirrel. Don’t mess with it, it has mad waterbending skills.
Spiders are terrifying, but you might want to try to get over that fear and appreciate the beauty of Arachnophobia – quite a remarkable clock from MB&F. Inspired by Maman, a sculpture by Louise Bourgeois, the Arachnophobia takes the shape of a rather gigantic spider.
There’s only so many times you can hit the snooze button before the clock gets pissed. Well, an angry clock can’t do anything about it, but an angry clock wired to an air compressor and pistons knows how to keep its word.
Emma Watson is playing the role of Belle in Disney’s 2017 live action version of the classic Beauty and the Beast. Reddit user xChasingPavementsx decided to draw Emma Watson as Belle inspired by the 1991 animated movie.
When some folks find logic in things that others cannot see, they drag the other party to the court of law to unintentionally create laughter riots. Some have valid reasons – what they believe them to be – to support their cause; for others, such a practice is just for the sake of doing it. Aiming to force the legal system to lay a golden egg, such people tend to defy established norms and go beyond what seems downright comical – to others who are not gifted enough to see those loopholes in the system.
Here is a list of 10 such logic-defying lawsuits that would sure tickle your funny bones. We have made all possible efforts not to register their deeds in any preset order, since we believe each one of them deserves the #1 position.