Even if you're a fashionista, you probably haven't thought much about the trends for nails before your lifetime. I mean, why would you?
As a kid, you put yourself into various situations while trying to get to sleep — crime fighter, princess, etc. — but for one little boy, going to bed means he gets to be an astronaut every night.
Reddit user BrooklynEWD gets the award for coolest dad today because he turned this empty space into a spaceship bed complete with control panel and storage space for his 4-year-old son.
Babies basically live the life of luxury. People wait on them hand and foot, cook for them, clean them, and let them sleep for a majority of the day. Plus, they get to be pushed around outside while just chilling in a stroller. But how do parents know if that stroller is really all that it’s cracked up to be?
They take a giant replica out for a spin, despite how ridiculous it might look.
At least that's the idea from Kolcraft, a U.S. baby products company that has designed an oversized version of its Contours Bliss stroller to give parents a better idea of what their children experience.
If you're wondering why Drake's smiling in this picture it might be because of the insane deal he got on his most recent LA real estate move. The 'Views' singer was able to score a house that was on the market for $27 million for only $7.7 million.
There might not have been turtles in Jurassic Park, but there is in this miniature version that Oliver Turpin created for his leopard tortoise Louie.
With a grazing area, swimming pool, visitor’s center, and the iconic gates that surround the park, it seems this turtle is living the high life.
This house has been on the market since before pop star Prince's sudden passing last week, but in light of his death, it looks like this place is getting a lot more attention.
They might be little, but kids can have mighty ideas. If you need proof, just ask British designer and inventor Dominic Wilcox, who asked more than 450 children across Sunderland and South Tyneside, UK, to come up with ideas for inventions.
After more than 600 were submitted, he chose around 60 invention drawings and presented them to local makers that could help with manufacturing. The project, simply called “INVENTORS!” let the kids explain their ideas, and the makers had only four weeks to produce real-life objects created exactly how the kids wanted.
As you can see from the sketches, these young minds were full of sometimes practical, sometimes funny, but always innovative ideas. After all, who doesn’t want a food-cooling fork?