Quarantine has undoubtedly brought out the creative side of people. A throwback to the Getty Museum Art Challenge will remind you of the time people recreated famous artworks, but a new challenge has taken that to the next level. Forget recreating famous artworks; now, people are recreating awful amateur paintings as found on the Facebook group Terrible Art In Charity Shops. Scroll through these hilarious recreations of really terrible artwork.
This guy named Cody decided to share a spicy meme that captured how he felt about his job. He shared the meme on a Sunday, when he wasn't working. His boss caught wind of the meme going around, and proceeded to fire him. On top of that, the boss's son reaches out and escalates the ridiculous situation further. Seems like Cody could be far better off not working with people like this.
Celebrities are just regular people, but with glamourous jobs. Right? So no big deal if you date one... right?
Well, before they become famous, maybe. Because most celebs aren't born as stars and before they rose to fame they dated the regular people. Some of those people are spilling the beans on Reddit about what it was like to date celebrities before they became famous and turns out, they're just regular people. Shocker!
When things get heavy, we like to turn to humor to remind us that everything is temporary and there's always something to smile about. Wherever you're reading this, whenever you're reading this, we hope that these memes and shitposts help improve your mood. We all need a little perking up every once in a while.
Signs are an important part of everyday life. They communicate useful and relevant information like "crosswalk" or "food is hot" and they're such a necessary part of life that you can forget why they're there. Sometimes a danger is extraordinary, like an open mine shaft, bomb range or plague outbreak, and those terrifying signs make their message clear. There are some signs that speak the language of fear.