Wow, as far as academic revenges go, this one takes the cake. The revenge is brutal, and entirely effective. We love to see it.
Here are some of this week's top shower thoughts, but with a twist. Welcome to the second episode in the greatest philosophical insights of the average Joe all about animals. They'll make you question everything you thought you knew about our (mostly furry) friends.
And in case you missed last week's top shower thoughts, here they are.
People are always coming up with new ways to try to wake up clueless choosing beggars. In this case, we get to witness a choosing beggar seemingly have their already lacking common sense, completely shattered. What ensues is nothing short of comedy gold. Check out more choosing beggars and their irrational demands over here.
There are point in our life when we see some BS, like these breaking point moments of retail workers. Typically we tolerate this kind of behavior and our social graces prevail so we don't get to act on spiteful impulse. These people said "screw that" did and did that shit anyway.
Perspective is everything, as they say.
Most of the time, you can only truly appreciate something by checking how that particular object fits within your existing knowledge.
We have compiled a list of side-by-side comparison pictures of animals that should put things into context for you. So get ready to broaden your own worldview
Andoni Bastarrika is a self-taught, Spanish street artist who has been creating the most incredible and realistic sand sculptures for the past ten years. Bastarrika works anywhere between six to twelve hours creating each sculpture and uses between 1,100 lb and 3,300 lb of sand for each one. Once they are complete, he leaves them to be enjoyed by the public before the wind takes them away. From animals to mermaids, Bastarrika's sculptures are mesmerizing and intricate and you can enjoy a selection of them below.