When Imgur user atova asked the Internet to help her photoshop a picture of her and a girlfriend, all she wanted was to make the background of a pretty photo a little bit nicer.
They say your thirtieth birthday is one of those “milestone” dates, and for Rafael Mantesso, that couldn’t have been more true — for reasons you wouldn’t expect.
His wife left him. She took their cookware, their furniture, their photos, and their decorations. She left Rafael alone in an empty, all-white apartment.
The only thing she didn’t take was their bull terrier, whom she’d named after her favorite shoe designer: Jimmy Choo.
But instead of dooming and glooming, Mantesso got creative.
The phrase “Like mother, like son,” couldn’t ring more true for Amanda Booth, 26, a first time mom from Los Angeles who has been modeling for the past 10 years.
She signed her 11-month-old son Micah Quinones up with her agent after realizing he also loves being in front of the camera.
For people who like adventure, roller coasters are a great way to get some thrills. And for some people, they also use those thrilling moments to plan the absolute perfectly posed picture (instead of grabbing onto the rail and screaming for their lives).
Some are random, some are completely yet ingeniously staged, but all of them capture the ups and downs of the ride.
A truly hair-rising experience.
Getting a tattoo is a big commitment. For the most part, it’s putting something on to your body that will be there forever — barring any surgery to remove the inked-on regret.
And for some people with no commitment issues, it’s also a chance to have a little bit of fun and play on words while they play on their skin.
The results? Rather ink-redible. (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.)
And a little bit fruity.
If you’ve ever cared for a loved one suffering from dementia, you know the heartbreak as you watch them go from confusion to frustration to acceptance — all while experiencing those same emotions in a different context yourself.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s are on the rise with senior citizens all over the world, and usually the common solution is to put these elderly people in a home with highly regulated rules and restrictions.
And while it’s imperative that they’re placed in a safe and caring environment, it can still place a lot of stress and tension on the family, staff, and patients.
But in the small town of Weesp in Holland, the community of De Hogeweyk is looking to change the norm by doing something amazing — creating a dementia-focused living center closed off from the rest of the city that’s designed specifically for people suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s.
With an adorable parody of Walk The Moon’s “Shut Up and Dance,” one family is SUPER EXCITED to tell their friends about some new additions.
Ironically, even spelling the word “awkward” is, well, awkward.
It’s just one of the small annoyingly awkward things that we’ve all faced at some point in time — usually multiple times throughout a day.
They’re unavoidable. They’re consistently awkward. They’re part of everyday life. And fortunately (unfortunately?), we can all relate…awkwardly.
We know kids say (and write) the darndest things, and most of the time it’s completely innocent.
They’re too young to know that their depiction of a volcano ends up looking like something a perverted Picasso might paint…
First day of what?
When Jim says he’ll paint it, he means it.
The eponymous artist behind Jim’ll Paint It presumably has a lot of time on his hands, because he somehow manages to bring the most outlandish requests he receives to life…in Microsoft Paint.
If you haven’t already scrolled through his Tumblr, dying of laughter, here are the highlights:
Can you draw Jurassic World but where the dinosaurs are people and the people are dinosaurs?
Competitive climbers Rachael and Zak Farmer always hoped their daughter Ellie would one day love scaling walls as much as they do, but they never expected that day to come at just 8-months-old.