People talk about the “good old days,” and remember how things were before political correctness and, well, technology took over the world. Memories from a childhood 20, 30, or even just 10 years ago are probably vastly different than the ones that kids are making today.
So many things that were simply accepted decades ago would be taboo, shunned, or shocking if done and allowed today. Granted, there’s a good reason for some of these things, but others? Not so much. Redditors took to sharing those very things that made their childhood memorable that would never be allowed today — at least not in a court of public opinion.
You would think that shelling out hundreds of dollars for an airplane ticket would mean you’d at least be fed a decent meal. Well, if you choose economy class — which, let’s be honest, most people do — you’re lucky if you get a package of pretzels and a plastic cup of juice.
But if you spring for an actual meal, you probably wonder if those wealthy souls sitting comfortably up front in first class (with all the extra leg room) are actually dining on high-class fare while you’re relegated to food reminiscent of a high school cafeteria.
Do you remember what you were doing when you were 20 years old? Chances are you didn’t celebrate two decades of life in the spotlight of Hollywood fame, like some of the most popular male celebrities we know of today.
But what were they really doing at age 20? Some had already busted onto the big screen while others were, well, baring it all in an attempt to pay the bills. Let’s take a step back in time and see just what these Hollywood hunks were doing before they were even legally allowed to drink…
Tattoos are a big commitment. I mean, you have to first decide which design you want. Then you have to find a good artist and pay them to ink you up. And the result? Something that will be with you for the rest of your life.
If you can’t even commit to a brand of dish soap for more than a month, a tattoo might not be for you. Actually, a tattoo might be for you…but only in temporary form. They’re the perfect union of incredible ink without the lifelong commitment.
And if you’re looking for the real thing? These will give you a ton of ideas.
Can you truly believe what you see? This digital series by Turkish artist Aydın Büyüktaş distorts the streets of Istanbul into a surreal cityscape and will certainly challenge the your perspective.
The Inception-like project was originally inspired by Edwin A. Abbott’s satirical novella Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions, which is a story of a two-dimensional world occupied by geometric figures.
If you live in a region where snow is a thing, that means you’ve probably bundled up, ventured out, and tried to build a snowman. Good luck trying to roll those heavy balls of frozen ice across the grass, heft them up into layers, and then stick in two eyes made of coal.
But if you’re these people, you take the typical Frosty and turn it into something you hope never melts.