When it comes to photography, whether landscape, architecture or wildlife, it's more important to be at the right place and time, rather than having the most expensive equipment. For example, in the shot above, two cats just happened to be going in and out of wall slots, giving the appearance of a multi-colored feline. Other examples include: television characters reacting to cats walking by and just a statue-perfect pose. Continue reading to see them all.
Brick and mortar businesses could either advertise online, or come up with a clever chalkboard sign in hopes that they go viral online. These chose the latter, but unfortunately, many do not include their logo or store name on these signs. First up, we have a pilates studio or a cafe that decided "Pie and Lattes" was far more interesting. Next, a bar that touts itself as a "3D Tinder". Continue reading for more.
Whether it be working, gaming, or even brushing your teeth, cat owners know that their pets really don't care about personal space, and will sneak right up to make sure you never get things done. One the bright side, did you know that owning a cat can reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack by a third? Or, that a cat's cerebral cortex (the part of the brain in charge of cognitive processing) has 300-million neurons, compared with a dog's 160 million? Continue reading for more pictures.
You could either use a phone or tablet while lying down on your side, or prop a laptop up, connect a wireless mouse, and click away, like this person. One problem, using the keyboard is still next to impossible due to the angle, but voice control might be another option. That is just one of the many acts of extreme laziness captured for the entire internet to see, other examples include: a homemade pliers razor, sitting on an office chair box and more. Continue reading to see them all.
So far, there are 46 U.S. states that have been texting while driving, but having a highway billboard stating "texting while driving kills" and offering driving tips by texting is a bit strange. Unfortunately, that is just one of the many unintentionally ironic things you'll see on a daily basis. Others include: a 50 Cent album priced at $.50, a bird resting on a "no birds" sign, crushed tomatoes in a smashed can, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.
Despite having no idea on how to use a computer, you'll often find cats either sitting on a keyboard, or just staring at a display, in hopes of something interesting happening. That is just one example of cat logic that makes absolutely no sense. Others include: crawling into empty cardboard boxes instead of their new playset and trying to fit in spaces that are fare too narrow. Continue reading for more.
Let's face it, there are plenty of unsecured Wi-Fi networks out there, and while some may be safe to use, there are others that purely exist to troll potential leechers. For example, this person decided to set their network name to "Tell My WiFi LoveHer" as a joke to whomever may be scanning the airwaves for open networks. Continue reading to see more funny network names - some language may not be safe for work.
There are several internet famous dogs, cats, and now, hamsters. These photographers went the extra yard to show just why the internet needs more of them, especially playing mini arcade cabinets. In the wild, these small animals remain underground during the day to avoid being caught by predators, while feeding primarily on seeds, fruits, and vegetation. They have elongated cheek pouches extending to their shoulders in which they carry food back to their burrows. Continue reading for more.
When it comes to translation services, there are plenty of options, especially with freelancing sites offering gigs at $5 or lower, but one thing you should never do is choose a free online translation service. For example, this restaurant somehow ended up with two Wikipedia dishes, one with a side of pimientos. Now unless this entree comes with a free Wikipedia t-shirt, it's probably in no way related to the Internet encyclopedia. Continue reading for more bizarre translation gone wrong examples.
Comedian James Veitch from London made replying to spam emails one of his hobbies for the past 2-years, and he's managed to compile some of his best work into a book titled "Dot Con". Veitch said: "I set up multiple pseudonymous email accounts and began replying to spam. This must have put me on some sort of list because the spam came in a torrent and I replied to as much as I could." One memory conversation between James, John Kelley, and Libberty Law, was recently published online, and it's something you definitely don't want to miss. Let's just say that things really got detailed by the end, right down to "FULL NAMES", "OCCUPATION", and more. Continue reading to see what exactly went down.