Going to work every morning can take a toll on your mood and your life very easily. The dreadfulness of it can creep into your life slowly making you loathe everything as well as everyone surrounding you.
And as you gradually realize that there is literally nothing that can stop your boss from ruining your life, sadness is your last resort. But worry not, my friend. The guy in the big office adorning invisible horns has got nothing on us. He cannot spoil your mood with constant nagging as you scroll through this compilation having a good laugh at the hilarity of it.
1. This australian plant Crotalaria cunninghamii have flowers shaped like hummingbirds (also known as the Green Birdflower.)
It’s absolutely insane that a PLANT is mimicking a living animal. How would a plant know that???
2. My dad had the Crock Pot on it’s highest setting for 6 hours and couldn’t understand why nothing was cooking.
Crock Pot has always been from the left off, low, then high. So when they added auto shift and/or warm it was just added as a third click from off. Because if they added it to the left of off a lot of people would have turned it to warm instead of off when not reading that it was different than it’s been for decades.
3. Found this in rented apartment, In case it’s urgent, you can take a number 2 right in your kitchen.
It’s immensely convenient along with being gross.
4. Jerry is the smartest bartender in town. Good job, Jerry.
If this dude is in NY, I would gladly pay him a visit, and tip accordingly, because I am stealing your pens Jerry. I’m coming for your pens.
5. Doesn’t look like he is enjoying the job that much.
6. Pulled the card quickly to her face right as I took a photo resulting in capturing both.
Thats lots of automated post-processing and some phone hdr setting. It is not a slow shutter. If you think so you have never had an DSLR.
7. The largest hotel in the world, with a staggering 10,000 rooms is currently under construction in Saudi Arabia.
8. A photorealistic image of what William Shakespeare would look like today, based off the portrait to the left.
Keep in mind that portraits are not a good indication of their actual faces. You have to take into account beauty standards of the time. Given that portraits were usually commissioned it was very common for painters to make the subjects appear “better” and more in line with the beauty standards that contemporary at that time. Since we can see how all the paintings of that time shared similar inaccuracies we can extrapolate what features probably should be ignored on the original painting such as the the buggy eyes and thin eyebrows.
9. To infinity and beyond that, this tattoo addresses everything.
That tat says way more than it should.