Meet Joe Miller. He’s a 25-year-old artist who lives in Los Angeles…and that’s pretty much all he can tell you about himself.
Anonymous Kid Talked About All His Classmates Online. They Finally Found Out Who He Was at Graduation
Konner Sauve knows high school students can be brutally honest with one another.
So the recent graduate and valedictorian of East Valley High School in Washington decided to chime in, under the guise of a secret Instagram account.
But not in the way you’re thinking…
We all have those people we felt obligated to “friend” on Facebook for whatever reason, if only because their lack of self-awareness makes for an entertaining session of scrolling.
Sometimes in that scrolling you come across a comment that makes it all worthwhile — and maybe even a “like.”
A magical transformation.
Kids may say the darnedest things, but it’s their parents who live to tell the tale.
And if you’re a parent on Twitter, you’ve seen and heard it all: the good, the bad, and the ohmygodthere’spooponthefloor ugly.
Who has time for more than 140 characters when parenting is like trying to raise a miniature Adam Sandler?
Not these 20 hilariously horrified parents…
Teach ’em young — it’s the best way to get them to stay out of your bedroom!
Dawnielle Davison never knew about her near-death experience until five years ago, when she got a message on Facebook from the firefighter who rescued her when she was just 9 months old.
It seems like everywhere you look there’s a new video that aims to inspire you with some fancy words or a really cool soundtrack. You know those videos. You’ve seen them before.
This inspirational video is nothing at all like those…or maybe it’s exactly like all of them…
Google Street View is a pretty amazing technology — you can literally explore the world, peeking in on random addresses at a street level; it’s almost as though you’re there yourself.
The appeal lessens just a bit, however, when confronted with the super weird things humans do when they think no one is looking…
This guy, who’s just having a nice little nap…naked, in the trunk of a car…
This man, caught digging for gold.
Horses like bananas, right?
Image: Funny Google Street Views
This is how you kayak in Norway.
Welcome to my nightmare…
Image: Bored Panda
A few months ago, Sean O’Brien found himself the target of public ridicule all over the internet, after photos of him dancing showed up on 4chan:
The anonymous posters cruelly mocked him by writing, “Spotted this specimen trying to dance the other week. He stopped when he saw us laughing.”
And after the screenshots ended up on Imgur, they began to go viral…but not necessarily for the wrong reasons…
Some awesome people on the Internet thought it was pretty messed up that O’Brien was made to feel bad about his dancing, so they decided to take matters into their own hands.
— TheElleWord (@TheElleWord) March 6, 2015
Anyone know this man or who posted this? There’s a huge group of ladies in LA who would like to do something special pic.twitter.com/DGbu3AXOrB
— Cassandra (@CassandraRules) March 5, 2015
Writer Cassandra Fairbanks turned to Twitter for help tracking O’Brien down, offering to fly him to Los Angeles and throw him a dance party.
The invention of the Internet has given us many gifts: on-demand television, a 24-7 news cycle, social media and, of course, the ability to buy almost anything and have it delivered right to your door.
One such market for feeding your Internet shopping addiction is Etsy — the internet’s cool-vintage-shop, where you can buy everything from a real mink stole to a repurposed apothecary jar from the 1800s.
But push through the pages of hand-painted wedding invitations and sparkly brooches from the 80s, and you’ll find that here’s a darker side to the world’s consignment store. A place where you can buy all the deliciously creepy vintage medical ephemera your little heart desires…
A set of vintage medical teeth, which have been cleaned and polished — though you can apparently re-stain them with Tim Holtz alcohol stains.
A magical transformation.
You’ve probably all seen the typical one-man band before. It’s usually a guy walking around with a huge drum contraption on his back, busking for dollar bills.
Well, this guy has a whole different idea for the concept and all it involves is a modded guitar. Amazing!