Pinterest is a great place to find delicious sounding, beautiful looking recipes that you ambitiously pin in hopes that along with printing it out, you will somehow magically print out culinary skills that you’ve never possessed in your life.
Then again, maybe that’s just me. Well, maybe that’s just me and these 23 people who lean more towards disaster than delicious.
They say there are no stupid questions, but the Google search history of Americans around the country would beg to differ.
Whether looking for an explanation about jorts or "if they can kick it," the country is looking for answers — often to really weird questions.
Estately recently compiled a map of the strangest questions each state asks Google more than any other state. They then ran those searches through Google Trends to determine which state queried each of these selected searches the most over the past 12 years.
Let’s just say they’re entertaining, but I’m now scared of anyone from Texas and Georgia (and Wyoming is probably not harboring many Mensa members).
In case you weren’t aware, a war has been waging the past couple of weeks in New York City. No, it’s not some musical melee like West Side Story, but it is almost as entertaining.
It involves Post-It notes.
More specifically, it involves two companies — Havas Worldwide and Harrison and Star — facing each other on Manhattan's Canal Street deciding to face off with mini masterpieces made on windows with Post-It notes.
Told by building management to wrap things up this week, it came to an epic ending that will stick around in everyone’s minds for awhile.
But let’s start at the beginning.
Meeting a celebrity in a random encounter can be a very exciting thing, like seeing a unicorn in its natural habitat or finding an extra French fry in the bottom of the bag. But for these people, well, let’s just say they got a little bit confused.
Maybe they were just overexcited. Or maybe they overindulged in some liquid courage. But one thing is for sure — they did not meet a celebrity.
A Japanese Johnny Depp.
No matter how bad your mood might be, no matter how sophisticated you think you are, you can’t help but laugh at a good pun.
Actually, you can’t help but laugh at even a bad pun. That’s just how puns work — they’re so stupid that they’re funny, or should I say, punny?
It's almost too funny to bear.
What is art?
It’s a question that has plagued society for ages, and might just be summed up in the lens that you use to see things — or literally a pair of glasses.
TJ Khayatan is a 17-year-old from the Bay Area who recently decided to take in some art at SFMOMA with some friends.
“Upon first arrival we were quite impressed with the artwork and paintings presented in the huge facility,” he said. “However, some of the ‘art’ wasn’t very surprising to some of us.”
One piece in particular — a stuffed animal on a gray blanket — was impressing people, which was as confusing to them as it is to me.