We spent countless hours and compiled the greatest collection of trees that look like butts. We believe this is the greatest mankind’s achievement since the Moon landings. Scroll down and enjoy!
Atomic bomb, sausage and mink queens… The vintage beauty pageants covered all kinds of things. I wonder why don’t we get these kind of beauty pageants today?
You know the saying “comparison is the thief of joy”… but not in this case. Featured below are the funniest examples from /r/PrettyGirlsUglyFaces, where girls post hilarious “before and after” photos of themselves that show polished Instagram-worthy poses followed by the ugliest faces they can make.
You had to look like this, if you wanted to be cool in the 1980s… But now these photos look hilariously awkward and you can almost smell the hairspray trough the screen.
One of the keys to appear professional and keeping a cool facade is the art of sending a polite sounding email, the kind that puts a glossy cover over your underlying frustrations. We gathered some of the most common work email phrases and their true savage meanings. Let us know in comments if we missed something.
There’s a new movement dedicated to piss off Trump and we have a feeling that the president is not going to like it. Scroll down to see the funniest examples.
One of the stranger aspects of our modern lives is that food companies are forever releasing new flavors, regardless of whether they actually taste good. Remember cappuccino-flavored Lays? Hopefully not. That’s exactly what prompted Laura González to create @fakefantas, a Twitter account that generates made-up flavors of the popular soda. Scroll down to see the funniest examples.
It’s perfectly OK for men to post cute photos of holding cats in their arms, but these guys have taken it to a whole new level… and we sure are glad they did because their pictures came out funny as hell!
McCall’s was a monthly American women’s magazine that enjoyed great popularity through much of the 20th century. Kim Marx-Kuczynski came across an interesting copy of a January 1958 issue. In that magazine, an article “129 ways to get a husband” caught her eye. She decided to share it, and it is every bit as good as you would expect.