Children like weird and colorful foods, even if it’s just regular mashed potatoes in the shape of some Disney character. Whatever is more fun – they will consume it! This is why some parents dabble in the art of cooking to make their little “food snobs” happy.
The “Buchette de vino” were created in the 17th century in taverns, wineries, and wine producers’ houses when the plague was raging in Europe.
Sometimes all it takes for new definitions to appear is for millions of people to get stuck at home during a pandemic with nothing better to do than come up with funny names for things.
Apparently, Steve Montgomery has a thing for matching looks, he’s proud of it and it’s what people at work have come to expect of him. To Steve it just makes sense to wear matching things, it makes his whole look more intentional and coordinated and he thinks that’s neat.
When the COVID-19 had just hit Europe, Australia, and the US, people went nuts and raided their local supermarkets in search of … well, that’s what we’re going to find out very soon!
Cats are the best thing that has happened to humans. Not only did they voluntarily domesticated themselves because it was more convenient to them, but they’ve also made out lives better, funnier and ultimately gave us as a species a purpose – to look after them and serve them.
During most wedding ceremonies, all kids need to do is look cute and act adorable. They make for great ringbearers and are sort of a symbol of pure innocence. But not all children are ready to be “all that”…
If you’re expecting to see an accurate representation of any country other than the US in a Hollywood movie, you’re going to be disappointed.
There have been many interesting interpretations of Disney Princesses in multiple scenarios, including various style and fashion choices, various body proportions, different subcultures, and even interpretations on what they’d look like as a different gender.
Well if you want to have some fun with your makeup looks, show off your skills and try a funny trend – check out the #TinyFaceMakeupChallenge on Instagram. It’s a fun and creative way to test your skills and surprise people on the street and make them do a double-take.
Arabella and Sam, an American couple, found a way to do something creative with the Covid-19 setbacks and decided to recreate their engagement in the best way possible.
So, you’ve decided to do something useful during your self-isolation time and started doing house chores? Good for you! Many people staying at home have picked up a new hobby or two, and what could be better than teaching yourself how to make delicious food, right?
Everyone is going through this quarantine period doing their best to stay safe and sane, but Fanni Kovacs and her partner, Norbert Hosszú, chose the most fun way to take advantage of the endless hours spent locked in their apartment in Pécs, Hungary.
Recreating classic works of art while on quarantine has become the biggest new trend that has taken over the world. After all, if you sit at home most of your time, this doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some art or get creative yourself! Here are some of the coolest, weirdest, and funniest recreations people came up with using whatever they found in their homes.
Before we get to the good part, here’s a friendly reminder: COVID-19 is still lurking outside, trying to infect every single one of us. But if you’re sticking to the quarantine rules, you should be fine. So stay inside, keep your distance from people, and wash your hands – it’s all you need to do now to make that curve eat grass.
We all know that COVID-19 hates clean hands. This is why we all need to do our duty and wash our hands every time we leave or come home. It only takes like 20 seconds for the soap to kill those 99.9% germs (which includes coronaviruses as well). But have you ever wondered what the right way to scrub your hands is?
The outbreak of the coronavirus has been officially declared a pandemic. More and more countries are tightening their security measures by closing borders, quarantining entire cities and states, and even shutting down all air and land communications. However, while the tension in the world is growing, Internet users are doing their best to ward off the panic. Quarantine or not, the spicy memes have to flow! They will not help you cure the coronavirus, but they can definitely make you feel better.
January 31st 2020 was the day Britain actually left the EU. And while many people are worried about the repercussions of this event and what it will mean for Britain, the best approach we’ve seen in this situation is having a good sense of humor about it.
Every year on February 14, citizens of the World Wide Web start preparing for what’s to come later in the evening. The entire planet is divided into two camps: those who post pictures of fancy candies and fabulous flower bouquets on Instagram and those who dream of half-off chocolates while posting memes about St.Valentine’s Day.
This is not the first time when a cute animal goes viral on Instagram, almost instantly getting millions of followers. This time it’s a charismatic little toad named Toby.