Ever get creeped out by the Easter Bunny? Or more by the thought of a middle-aged man, dressed up like a Lewis Carroll fairytale, handing out chocolate eggs to random children? Well, we get your fear. There are some Sketchy Bunnies out there, and now there’s an entire website devoted to showing them off.
On the Regretsy website, Etsy artistic disasters are called out and ridiculed, then sold to hapless readers, who want them for their kitsch factor, and who then send in photos of themselves posing with their newly acquired handmade messes. Recent Regretsy favourites include ‘twilight onsies, vulva jewlery and reusable pokemon pads’.
Awww, a website that hosts pictures of couples kissing. Or nights of debauchery where you don’t remember having kissed anyone, but you did. Singles may say, ‘bah-humbug!’, to you kissing people and others, frolicking in couple-dom bliss, may say, ‘we should try that position’. Whatever team you may be in, Kissez is a lovely site to visit for a daily dose of photographic PDA.
Chances are these people didn’t think their day of reckoning was fast approaching when they awoke and got dressed that morning. Or perhaps they did? Hmmm. Either way, our friends over at the UpHaa website have an astonishing collection of mug shots starring the recently arrested in totally inappropriate attire.
As most of us are re-evaluating our relationship to food in a post-industrial world, we often cycle through various diets and approaches to eating that make us feel good both physically and morally. But the more many of us learn, the more we understand that eating is no simple issue, and as much as we’d like an over-arching resolution to our evolutionary, intellectual, spiritual, and moral paradoxes when it comes to what we put in our stomachs, simply adopting a lifestyle such as veganism isn’t always sufficient or even healthy.
Gullible dates back to 2004 with useless facts to fill your sponge head with. Now you can be that annoying person at a party that starts dropping information that no one wants to hear, or in some cases want to hear, but don’t care about. Did you know nearly one-third of burn-related hospital visits by […]
Sleevefacing is the art of using vinyl covers as part of a bigger picture. The term was coined by John Rostron, a DJ from Cardiff, who uploaded a couple of photos he’d taken with his friends back in 2007. You can find thousands of examples at Sleeveface, where you can also choose between different bands.
You know, pictures featuring Bea Arthur, mountains, and pizza are the best, but there are still a lot of duds out there. Good thing Bea Arthur Mountains Pizza has collected the best of the best Bea Arthur, mountains, and pizza pictures all in one place.
It seems anything is a canvas these days, even dirty greenbacks. On the Defaced Presidents Flickr page, artists from all over have submitted an eye-popping assortment of notes redecorated to look a little more artsy. Clever, indeed.
Designer Haik Avanian has set up a website through which you can send an old sweater for his mom to reknit into a new item. Seeing as he only has one mom, not all orders can be filled, but you can keep trying.
If you ever wondered how the fine people from DC dressed, Curator of DC Style has the answer for you. One of my favorites, this blog features pictures of DC citizens in creative and fashionable attire.
So you didn’t get in on F#*k You Penguin before it blew up; the guys at People Of Walmart beat you to the punch. Well, here’s the answer. Create your own super-fun Meme via the Meme Generator website, and become an instant Web 2.0 hero.
On the Sorry Mom website, anonymous disgruntled women unleash verbal tirades against the guys who have made their lives miserable. Even if only for the briefest of moments. It’s all very entertaining, unless you find yourself up there, amongst the blackened-out eyed men whose personal habits are laid bare for all to mock. As they […]
Our friends over at Cool Material have worked out exactly what the average male would do if he took the reigns at some of the magazine world’s biggest titles: ‘Women get all kinds of advice from magazines from how to dress to how to please a man in the bedroom. And while it’s not all bad, these mags are lacking much needed male insights. For example, we’re actually not that interested in your hair and we definitely don’t care about your shoes. But if women’s magazines were actually written by men, there wouldn’t be so much confusion about what we want. Here are some article titles, written by men that get straight to the point’. Brilliant!