Get ready for the best throwback you’ll see all week, because we’re traveling way, way back to the 1980s — a glorious decade of innovations when Walkmans let us listen to our fave mix tapes on the go, Nintendos let us play in virtual worlds and our steady supply of Aqua Net let us craft
In the modern world where almost everyone has a camera, it’s hard to believe that something can be kept a secret. Well, now we can have a smile when we look at some of the funny things that are about to happen in these pictures.
In the early decades of 20th century people usually send sleazy cartoon postcards while on vacations. In the early 1930s, cartoon-style saucy postcards were very popular and they reached a massive 16m a year. They were often tacky in nature making use of innuendo and traditionally featured stereotypical characters such as priests, large ladies and
Japanese illustrator Keigo has a talent for depicting absurd fictional situations in a comical and quirky style. While the artist doesn’t have a lot to say about himself, his simple but eccentric work has gained quite the following of fans looking for slice of life humor on Instagram and even been compiled into an art
Andrew Fuller, going by Guy Meets Cake on Instagram, is an American cake artist based in Des Moines, Iowa. Andrew Fuller is a cake sculptor, horror fan, and “believer that every day is Halloween.” He recently made an especially terrifying pie inspired by serial killer Ed Gein, who was infamous making clothing and furniture out
Imagine a funeral in which the polished mahogany coffin is replaced by a whimsical wood-carved sculpture. Imagine a last farewell not accompanied by uncontrollable sobs but by celebration. Imagine a journey to the other side with style. Now stop imagining, because the Ga people in coastal Ghana believe when people die they should be sent
Did you know that more than 60% of American office workers usually eat their lunch in the same spot they work all day? Online community Sad Desk Lunch will make you feel one step closer to death just by looking at their horrible lunches.
If you were looking for a sign, look no further: Wallingford Sign is the one. Each week it provides you a new joke, pun, or a witty observation. This funny initiative was started by Seattle Propane at Wallingford Chevron in 2005 and is still ongoing.