This article on What Makes People Look Like Their Pets? by Jesse Bering made me chuckle.
“I want to live
the rest of my life,
however long or short,
with as much sweetness
as I can decently manage,
loving all the people I love,
and doing as much as I can
of the work I still have to do.
I am going to write fire
until it comes out of my ears,
my eyes, my noseholes-everywhere.
Until it’s every breath I breathe.
I’m going to go out like a fucking meteor!”
– Audre Lourde
Enamored with these peculiar looking candles by Piera Bochner. Brooklyn made!
“Men are like waffles because they are better able to compartmentalize. They have little waffle squares which they pour syrupey information into. And each square can contain a different subject. Making it much easier for men to think of one thing and one thing only at a time.
Women on the other hand are spaghetti brains. Meaning all of the noodles of information touch each other. So while thinking of work, a woman can be thinking of the errands she has to run and what she’ll have for dinner and a myriad of other topics.”
Yes, this is a ridiculous simplification but it made me chuckle. Men are like Waffles, Women are like Spaghetti, by Bill and Pam Farrel
The Unknown Sticker Patch by Adam JK made me chuckle. Patch measures 4 inches across with white embroidery on black chenille and self-adhesive back.
Miniature Calendar is a stunning and wildly creative project by Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka, featuring miniature dioramas using common household objects and little plastic figurines. You can see a video with some of his process here. I recommend you follow Tasuya on Instagram, his account is a delightful scroll.
(Thank you A!)
This made me laugh. I wish I knew who to give credit to.
I saw this bumper sticker on a car from Maine and it made me laugh out loud!.
Benedict Cumberbatch Reads “the Best Cover Letter Ever Written”. Glorious.
These surfboards designed by Jean Jullien make me want to learn how to surf.
This humanity at play makes my heart happy: In one of the most exciting and competitive high jump finals in Olympic history, Qatar’s Mutaz Essa Barshim and Italy’s Gianmarco Tamberi — who both cleared 2.37m — decided to forgo a jump-off and share the gold.
Click through and watch the video here.
This. Is. Beautiful!
Team ImprovEverywhere surprised random people with an unexpected 100-person dance party on the streets of NYC. This is pure joy!