This Comic Nails The Nightly Routine Of Married Couples Everywhere

Have you ever met a chronic couch crasher — a person who claims he/she is “totally awake” while he/she is about to start snoring in just a few minutes? I bet you all have been to a relationship with or have even been this kind of person.

So, if you can identify yourself or your other half to the situation described above, you will be astonished by the trueness of the cartoon below by Adrienne Hedger of Hedger Humor that perfectly captures this all-too-common situation in comic form:


Mr. Bean Digitally Painted Into Historical Portraits

After “Sir Thomas More” by Holbein the Younger

Rodney Pike is a renowned graphic designer and digital illustrator who specializes in photo-manipulated illustrations. From caricature to humorous and political satire illustrations, Pike distorts actual photographs of his subjects, turning them into hilarious and twisted portraits.
Recently, the design blog Abduzeedo shared a recent series of Pike’s, titled "Mr. Bean Collection", wherein he inserted the famous British comic actor Rowan Atkinson, famed for his character Mr. Bean, into historical portraits. The result is simply amazing and if you liked Mr. Bean, you are going to adore all the versions of his new self.

After “Meditation” by William Adolphe Bouguereau

After “Thomas Howard, third Duke of Norfolk” by Holbein the Younger

After “Self Portrait” by Rembrandt van Rijn

After “Mrs. Richard Yates” by Gilbert Stuart

After “George Washington” by Gilbert Stuart

After “An Old Man in a Military Costume” by Rembrandt van Rijn

After “Irene” by William Adolphe Bouguereau

After “‘Tronie’ of a Man with a Feathered Beret” by Rembrandt van Rijn

After “Vanity” by Frank Cadogan Cowper

After “Portrait of a Young Man with Book” by Agnolo Bronzino


Moving Statues Of A Man And Woman Pass Through Each Other Every Day, Perfectly Nail What Love Feels Like

The history of mankind doesn't lack of great and famous love stories — from Adam and Eve, to Romeo and Juliet, Antony and Cleopatra to John Lennon and Yoko months, but here's a beautiful love story you probably haven't heard: Ali and Nino.

Written by Azerbaijani author Kurban Said, the romantic novel depicts the affair between a Muslim boy, Ali, and Georgian princess, Nino who coming from different cultural and religious backgrounds, face many struggles in their path, only to find themselves separated for eternity by the invasion of Soviet Russia. First published back in 1937, the story has been translated into 37 languages and turned into a movie. However, the greatest tribute is their monument standing in Batumi, Georgia.

Walking along the promenade of Georgia's seaside city Batumi you will see two massive figures sharing an intense gaze. These are Ali and Nino.

Otherwise known as the 'Statue of Love,' it's a 23-foot-tall steel installation created by a noted Georgian artist, Tamara Kvesitadze.

The sculpture is supposed to narrate Ali and Nino's love story and does it in the most amazing and, literally, moving way possible as the entire installation is controlled by computer and it begins its journey every day at 7 p.m.
Slowly, the two lovebirds move towards each other until their bodies merge for a short hug. But just like Ali and Nino, these steel figures can't be together forever and the wheel keeps turning and they pass through one another , leaving their loved one behind.

The emotional spectacle takes about 10 minutes. Here, it is captured in six photographs.


Epic Trolling Sees Supercar Owners Mocked With Ford Ka And Wrapping Paper!

Anyone who lives in London will confirm to you that it's a very expensive city. As a result to the excessive prices of its real estate market, the only people who can afford to live in its center are rich Saudi businessman and Russian oligarchs. If you’re not a billionaire, you’re often shown up next to the filthy rich people who’ve moved in. And one guy has had enough and decided to troll one showy neighbor in the most epic way!

Saudi billionaire Turki Bin Adbullah spends his summers in a flash part of London called Knightsbridge, near to the home of the increasingly pushed-out and poor Rupert Richmond-Dodd. He parks up his collection of supercars seemingly intentionally. As if to provoke the less wealthy locals.

There’s a Mercedes G 63, which costs about $450,000, a Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe (a snip at $400,000) and a Lamborghini Aventador, which will cost you in the region of about $320,000.

And now a Ford Ka.

Rupert covered his Ka in wrapping paper and parked up.


This Video Is Taking The Internet By Storm Right Now. It Will Make You Question Everything

Have you ever wonder? Who would we be if world never gave us a label, except from human? How would the world be?
In the eye opening video posted below, a variety of speakers, hailing from a diverse range of racial and cultural backgrounds, answer all these questions and all come to the same conclusion; The Labels Were Made Up to Divide us. There is more to us as individuals than our color, our religion, or where we were born. We are human.
So when we judge someone based on their color, country of origin, job etc, we are failing to discover the true self which exists under all these labels. It is both a lost opportunity on our part and an clear injustice against the other’s right to be recognized as a whole and complete person.
“We were meant to be free and only until we remove them all, and stop living and thinking so small will we be free to see ourselves and each other for who we truly are.”


11 Pictures That Compare Life Today With How It Used To Be

The recent decades have seen many changes in our culture and lifestyle. The 11 explicit pictures below describe the best way the differences between now and then. Some of them will make you laugh, some of them will make you feel nostalgic or a little sad... One thing's for sure; for good or bad, life used to be a lot simpler than nowadays. Don't you agree?


Pimping Out Snail’s Shells to Prevent Them Getting Squashed

For most people, especially for kids, snails are considered to be the cutest, tiny animals who have the exclusive privilege of carrying their own home. Unfortunately, their home is extremely fragile and as a result of their size and brittleness, snails are tend to be accidentally smashed by people.

This was happening until creativity and compassion met together in order to help these adorable creatures. Specifically, some sympathetic people thought that the solution to the problem of smashed snails was to paint their shell. When these snails’ shells are colorfully painted, it’s hard to miss them crawling around. If you want to decorate your garden snails’ shells be sure to use non-toxic paint only, and try not to scare the snail too much or she may crawl out and leave her house behind!