There are certainly “creative” jewelry options out there. Heck, people have been known to even wear their loved one’s ashes.
And now there's something out there for the woman who wants to keep her love of lactation close her, well, breast — jewelry made out of breast milk, one would assume her own.
Few things are coveted in the world of athletics more than an Olympic medal. And while the the symbolic value of them is certainly huge, they have tremendous value as the beautiful creations they are, as well.
Billboards and advertisements have one job — to get your attention and to hopefully get you to buy a product or change your behavior.
But sometimes they catch your attention for a completely different reason, and that’s because they’re placed in an unfortunate position for the advertisers, but fortunate for those of us who need a laugh.
I hope so.
There are numerous examples of disabilities that aren’t necessarily visible to the public eye and those people have been called out for using a handicap parking space or disabled bathroom. It’s unfortunate and frustrating, but it happens.
That's why ASDA, a supermarket chain in the United Kingdom owned by Walmart, made a change to the signs on their bathrooms, reminding the public that invisible disabilities do exist.
When you think of all the places pop superstar Taylor Swift would hang her hat for a summer, you'd probably think LA or maybe NYC. I mean, she did sing "Welcome to New York," after all.
In other words, prepare to lose your mind for a few minutes until you cheat and look at the answer.
I'm pretty sure you won't be able to find it on your own.
As the years pass, even the most classic car designs must adapt and change to keep up with current tastes and to accommodate new technology to perform even better.
They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, but what if those covers are painted on a series of steps to create an amazing staircase?
That was the idea from Pippa Branham, who recently put her DIY skills to the test by transforming her plain old staircase into a a work of art.
You would think that clothing company Forever 21 would have learned that T-shirt ideas should probably go through someone older than say, the age of 21, before being put up for sale on their website for the whole world to see.