People Are Taking WikiHow Images Out Of Context And Adding Their Own Funny And Dark Captions

We need not mention that WikiHow is one of those blessed online databases that help to keep our lives on track with how-to instructions. It’s somewhat obvious. But let’s talk about the elephant in the room: the very niche instructables it aims to cover beg for very niche illustrations. As a result, WikiHow has become as known for its weird as hell illustrations as for its content. Continue reading »

Babushka Cats That Look Like Old Russian Ladies

Did you know that there is a Reddit community BabushkaCats where cat owners take photos of their pets dressed as elderly Russian ladies? Well, now you know. Featured below are the funniest examples. Continue reading »

50 Times People Took A Photograph And Realized It’s “Accidental Renaissance”

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When you point your camera at a random thing on the street, you usually don’t expect much. But in the vast sea of dull photos that fill your camera roll, one stands out. Call it a miracle, or a lovely surprise, but if you feel like the pic is superior in composition, style, lighting, and somewhat resembles a classical painting, it may be that you have just encountered “accidental renaissance.” Continue reading »

75 Honest Out Of Context WikiHow Captions You’ll Feel Guilty For Laughing At

If the internet’s something like the collective unconscious of humankind, then it says a lot about us if we’re both incredibly brilliant and WTF-level weird all at once.

A great example of this is one of the best-known online resources—WikiHow, a quality database of useful tips and tricks to help people do whatever they need to get done, step by simple step. Easy, right? What could go wrong? Well, some WikiHow illustrations look a tiny bit bizarre when taken out of context and it’s the source of a lot of laughter on the net. Continue reading »

This Reddit Community Is All About Sharing Cases Of “Mild Vandalism” And Here Are The Best Examples

If you often find yourself in the middle of a flaming desire to rage against the machine and respect for authority, don’t worry. There’s nothing wrong with you. Duality is an integral part of human nature. There are more people like you. And they meet on the subreddit r/MildlyVandalised. Continue reading »

Unusual Maps People Shared On This Group That Might Change Your Perspective On Things

An Image Of GPS Tracking Of Multiple Wolves In Six Different Packs Around Voyageurs National Park Shows How Much The Wolf Packs Avoid Each Other’s Range

For many of us, cartography day in geography or history class meant a quick nap. With our eyes open, we’d dream of all the delicious stuff we were gonna eat after school, of music we’d play on the Walkman, of a message we received the other day from that cutie… Continue reading »

19 Times People Took An Ordinary Photo And Got A Renaissance Masterpiece

“My friends and I got lost in the city during 90 degree weather. This photo was taken after we finally found some good air conditioning.”

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Sometimes it happens that you just push the button of your camera but eventually you get something similar to the paintings of the famous Italian artists. In order to share photos like that, Reddit users even created a special community called Accidental Renaissance. Continue reading »

This Awesome Suit Of Armor Made Entirely Out Of Magic The Gathering Cards

That’s not a specific character. It’s a suit of armour made entirely out of Magic cards. Made by TechnicolorTraveler, it consists not only of a full suit (helmet, gauntlets, boots, etc) but a sword and shield as well. Oh, and also a cape! All of them made out of Magic cards. In case you were ever worried about what to do with your spares. Continue reading »

There’s An Online Community That Makes Fun Of People Trying To Sell Mirrors

This Reddit community is so far our favorite online discovery of 2019. Who would have thought that looking at people who’re trying to sell mirrors is so much fun? Continue reading »

Hipster Pensioner Whose Photos Went Viral On Reddit Stars In Designer Ad Campaigns

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A pensioner has proven it’s never to late to achieve your goals after his lifelong dream of becoming a model became a reality when he shared photos of himself online. Philippe Dumas, 60, who lives in Paris, made a last ditch attempt to achieve his ambition seven months ago when he posted images of himself on Imgur. Featuring a collection of images showing himself in various poses and showcasing a beard than most millennial hipsters would envy he achieved 400K+ views. Continue reading »