Tinder is the infamous dating app people all over the world have been using to find love, but Jarrod Allen, from Sydney, Australia became an internet sensation by finding potential matches on the dating app and then painstakingly recreates their weird and wonderful profile pictures. Jarrod says, "Everyone thinks they take ages to recreate, but it's actually really quick. I see a photo and if I think I can recreate it myself, I go ahead." Continue reading to see a few of his most popular photos.
Reddit is known for many things, including their goldmine of internet memes. The latest trending meme has been dog shower thoughts, or in other words, things your pet may think about on a daily basis. They include: finding out who the good boy actually is, where all the balls you throw go, and the high-pitched voice humans use around them. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a mind-blowing video of a man who dove into an active volcano.
To get the brutally honest truth about anything, just ask a child. Or, just look at what they write down in their free time. This little girl already has a "Gone List" in case anything happens to her brother. Let's just say that if Ethan has already caught wind of her plan, hiding all those items would be a smart thing to do. Continue reading for more funny and weird things kids have said.
Unless Disney buys out Sanrio, we probably won't see a Hello Kitty Thor anytime soon, but many fans worldwide are already creating their own versions of their favorite superheroes. Other characters include: Captain America, Nick Fury, Batman, Magneto and Even Gandalf. It'll only be a matter of time before someone creates a real costume based on one of these mashups, or so we think. Continue reading for more.
Don't you hate when people start using their phones to text, or worse, answering calls during a movie in the theater? Well, this employee figured out a clever, yet simple, way to make them stop. The tactic involves using a low-powered laser pointer to shame the suspect. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what happens when you place a coin on a dry ice block.
Sylwester Wardega, the Polish prankster behind the extremely popular SA Wardega YouTube channel, has come up with a new prank that involves a giant mutant spider dog known as Chica. This little black dog is excellent at scaring people when in the right setting as well as having props around to make the atmosphere even creepier. Fortunately, nobody was harmed in the making of this video. Continue reading for five more of SA Wardeg's pranks.
We understand that it's quite easy to mix up a few letters on the keyboard, especially if they're next to each other, but "exist" and "exit" definitely should hot have been mixed up. Unfortunately, even with the technology available, there are still a few unfortunate typos that people fail to catch before things go live, and one of the worst offenders involves the Large Hadron Collider. Continue reading to see why.
Everyone needs hydration, but when thirst hits you during the middle of a game, things can go bad really quickly. So, this 9-year-old came up with an ingenious solution that consists of two clips, a zip-lock bag, and an extra long straw. Sure, you could always wear a Camelbak, but who really needs 50-ounces of water while gaming. Continue reading for more fun and clever solutions to everyday problems.
Zilla van den Born, a 25-year-old from The Netherlands, decided to trick her friends and family into thinking that she was on a five-week vacation in South-East Asia, when, in reality, she was at home in Amsterdam the whole time, uploading what appeared to be authentic holiday photographs onto Facebook. This was all for a University project in which she wanted to show how social media messages and photographs are not accurate indicators of real life. "I did this to show people that we filter and manipulate what we show on social media. Thereby we create an online ideal world which reality can no longer meet. My goal was to prove how common and easy it is to distort reality," says Born. Continue reading for videos showing her fake trip and a reaction video.
FAILS are nothing new, but they are inevitable if you are a mobile phone user who has autocorrect turned on. Misuse of text replacement software is a staple practical joke in many schools and offices. Typically, the prankster will set the victim's word processing software to replace an extremely common word with a humorous absurdity, or an incorrectly spelled version of the original word. Continue reading for more - not safe for work language included.