Whether you're trying to find a job, practice your craft, give away some scrap metal or just selling a lawnmower, you could run into one of these entitled folks and their ludicrous demands. It's gotta be free, close to free, or delivered for free, and get ready to have abuse hurled at you the whole time. A boss, family member or complete stranger could be an entitled person with unreasonable demands.
Our "Female Artist of the Week" feature provides a platform for and shines a spotlight on a talented female artist whose content deserves to be shared with the world. This week we're so excited to feature Donna Adi, an incredibly talented artist and creative director from Los Angeles, whose viral content combines vibrant illustrations with lifestyle and fashion photographs. Her incredible talent and breathtaking artwork have allowed her to work with major companies such as Puma, Google, and Michael Kors, to create brand campaigns and events worldwide. We spent some time with Donna, who shared her creative journey with us and told us all about her exciting new projects.
Andy Richter decided to call out a Twitter troll after their insensitive remark regarding depression. He handles the glaring display of ignorance in glorious fashion. Saying "cheer up" to someone living with depression is on par with telling a person who has asthma to "just breathe."
Men and women have many differences that both genders will never understand. They say that the only way you'll get an answer is to just ask and that's exactly what these women are doing: they're asking men the big questions and they want the answers! Any men who are reading this, do you have the clarification these women so desperately need?
Made you look!
Road signs, billboards, newspaper ads. It feels like we've seen 'em all. But some signs are just impossible to ignore. Nothing catches your attention better than clever (or shocking) words that get the message across. So enjoy this collection of ten funny signs and check out the previous list for more double-take-worthy content.
If there was ever a time for escapism, it's now. The turmoil ofLord of the Rings may not feel terribly different from our chaotic reality, but it's certified fiction and definitely provides a bit of solace. Especially when those themes are portrayed in amusing meme form.