You don't even have to be a nerd to enjoy Dungeons and Dragons. In fact, totally normie-seeming people love the game just as much as the hardcore geeks. Here's even more for the hyper-nerds!
If you're having a rough time of it, you're not alone. We know that everything seems to be crumbling and the light at the end of the tunnel feels very, very far away. But during dark timesit's important to try to find a way to laugh or smile. Hopefully these extremely dumb memes can help you do that.
In 2012, the invention of Tinder changed the landscape of love, dating, and relationships as we know it. Gone are the days where flirting required real-life, face-to-face interaction — instead, welcome to the age of virtual romance, where your next hook up is only one swipe away. As a woman who uses dating apps, I know how easy it is to feel like a small disposable fish in an endlessly big pond of younger, better looking, and more heavily photoshopped fish. But I often wonder if courtship was really that much easier before online dating took over, or whether the struggle to find good-quality men has been one that women have faced since the dawn of time...?
So many Tumblr rabbit holes to fall down, so little time. If there's one thing that the minds of Tumblr seem consistently able to deliver on, it's those strange, hilarious threads and fan theories that the rest of the world never saw coming. For instance, the thread where Tumblr went deep on The Incredibles analysis. Or, the thread about the dog that figured out how to herd a lawn roomba.
Depending on where you live, an active Homeowner's Association can be filled with some of the most boring, cruel and power hungry people you've ever met. Their draconian rules can suck the life out of your own living situation and you can be punished for something as simple as where you choose to store your garbage bins. So here's an interesting strategy to combat their rules. And for more, here's someone who got revenge when the HOA tried to remove their trampoline.
Interviewing for jobs is like a full-time job in and of itself. And honestly, way more stressful. The pressure, the anxiety, the sweating, the fear of eye contact. Wait -- that's not your experience? Whatever your interviewing habits, we're sure they haven't all been positive. Twitter user Harriet Williamson had that same hunch. She asked her followers to share their worst-ever job interview stories, and boy are some of them wild. They almost rival the weird date tweets we talked about earlier this week. Most of all, we hope none of this stuff happens to us.
You don't always need to be a great inventor to be able to come up with genius solutions to life's problems. Sometimes all you need is a little bit of creativity. Here are some people who found answers to bad situations, proving that you can always make lemonade when life hands you lemons.
Twitter user @isabelzawutan started a viral Twitter thread that inspired many who have worked in the service industry, to share their experiences fielding customers' most ridiculous demands. Some people seem to believe that customer service existing grants them the ability to turn their brains off when entering a store. That is not how it works.
People get very crafty with their low budget DIY solutions. It's not stupid if it works. It might be ugly, dangerous, illegal, and admittedly pretty stupid, but if it works it works. But hey, what do you do if you want a ride on lawn mower and you don't have the cash to buy one? You resort to a masterful low budget DIY solution.