Meet Belarus, a very handsome and fluffy boy, yearning for your attention. More than 300 thousand people have already fallen in love with this loveable cross-eyed cat and his fandom continues to expand. It’s not hard to see why: his adorable little face and funny shenanigans is a great way to make your day brighter during these troublesome times.
Here’s a funny tweet list of how quarantined cats are spending their days with their owners during the COVID-19 lockdown. Let us know in comments how your cat is dealing with you being home all the time.
The coronavirus has made Heidi Lee Oley from Atlanta, Georgia temporarily shut down her hair salon. During the pandemic, she and her boyfriend Geoff have been staying at her family’s cabin in north Georgia to escape the city. Heidi misses not only the people she works with, but her clients as well. However, she’s still working with one of them: Geoff. The woman is doing his hair each day they are quarantined and, honestly, it’s the definition of couple goals.
Spanish artist José Manuel Ballester has created an exploration of the role that people play in classical paintings – by removing them. This unique series, titled “Hidden Spaces” looks pretty unsettling without the people that we know should be there, and it gives us another angle to look at the world during COVID-19 quarantine.
Stephen Crowley has figured out the perfect way to give relatives a heart attack: “I’ve been photoshopping my kid into marginally dangerous situations. Nothing unbelievable, but enough to make people think: wait, did he just…?” Now we just have to wait until the kid is old enough to photoshop him into marginally negligent nursing home facilities.
Apparently salad knows all the best jokes… at least according to stock photo sites that for some weird reason portray women as overly excited about hanging out with salad while alone at home.
Doctors around the world keep telling us that we should eat more salad, that salad is healthy. But is it really? Who profits from this lie? What’s REALLY happening?!
Since dog owners now spend so much time inside home with their dogs because of COVID-19 social isolation, they have started to create dog-human hybrids. Scroll down for the funniest examples!