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Artist Kathy Maniscalco brightened up our day when she posted photos and videos of a mama bobcat with her 5 kittens relaxing near her home in Sante Fe, New Mexico. Open full post

Since the last time we wrote about Terrible maps, a project that is dedicated to sharing maps no one asked for or needs, they've kept themselves rather busy. So it's only natural we created a follow-up article about the cartographers who are so bad, they're actually good. After all, what is the Internet for if not to poke fun at politics and our geographical illiteracy? Open full post

"Please stop dropping bibles down the Quickdrop return slot. God abandoned us long ago." Open full post

We're used to seeing mystical creatures depicted as tall, well-built warriors or old, bearded wizards. After all, slaying beasts or casting powerful spells takes strength and experience. But Hong Kong-based illustrator Rudy Siswanto decided to flip our preconceived notions around by depicting them as babies. Open full post

Thinking about making the ultimate ode to your furry friend? Put it in ink. Open full post

With art institutions closed around the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, house-bound museum staffers are finding all sorts of ways to showcase their exhibits to people online. One of the initiatives that really stand out is the #CuratorBattle on Twitter. Open full post

"My family has a restaurant on a Greek island. We receive dozens of messages like these every year." Open full post

People get tattoos to hide body imperfections, like scars or birthmarks. That is what this Vietnamese tattoo artist helps people with: feeling beautiful and happy in their bodies. Open full post

There's just something raw about looking at a person and seeing the color of their eyes. You don't get that with a monochromic image. Open full post

Artist Hector Janse van Rensburg is making us happier and our lives more wholesome with his comics that feel like miniature hugs and feature a meowtivational cat. Open full post

When it seems like we can't possibly like Ryan Reynolds even more, the dude leads an internet-wide search to find Mara's stolen bear and comes back with happy news. Open full post

Some of these jokes are hilariously on-point while others tell us all about the sad state of society. Open full post

Artist Isabelle Staub is giving Disney animals that we know and love stylized makeovers, and they look gorgeous. Open full post

Even if the current events that have shaken our lives lately have made you think otherwise, bats are really amazing animals. Open full post

Even to this day, there are so many things we still don't know about our beautiful planet and its history. And maybe that's the reason, why every little detail scientists and archaeologists manage to discover feels extremely exciting to hear about.  Three decades ago, a team of archaeologists were exploring a cave system on Mount Owen in New Zealand when they came across a breathtaking find. Open full post

Japan is an intriguing country (especially for an outsider) that never ceases to amaze and inspire people by striving for perfection. It appears that the pursuit of excellence is something that's deeply embedded in the culture, and it shows in different areas of life and various ways. Open full post

Demi Skipper sets her tiny bobby pin on a cosmic trading journey that should land them if not on the moon, then maybe in a dream house. Open full post

Dogs are known for their keen sense of smell and can sniff their way out of anything, but they can sometimes get lost too. 4 M.O. pup Khiew Ngern lost his way home, so he went to his vet for help. Open full post

Houston moms who gathered for a protest for sending their kids back to school asap were joined by Grim Reapers that were glad to keep them company. Open full post

Parenting is a never-ending rollercoaster of ups, downs, loop de loops, and hilarious moments that you can’t help but share with the world once in a while. Open full post

Ontario-based artist Miguel Vasquez creates realistic renditions of famous cartoon characters that might even disturb you. Open full post

Thanks to mad crafty skills and aesthetic goals, people have been upgrading their glass tables into full-blown succulent gardens. And I sign up for every one of them. Open full post

This one is a valuable lesson on income inequality. 'Cause not everything that's classy if you're rich looks equally fancy when you're poor. Open full post

Kids who grew up in the '90s probably still remember a movie called Hocus Pocus. However, if you haven't seen it yet, you're missing out. It's an American comedy released in 1994, directed by Kenny Ortega and written by Neil Cuthbert and Mick Garris. Open full post

This post is shinin’ bright like a diamond ‘cause we are talking lamps, and not just random ones, but proud secondhand trophies of mad thrifting skills. Open full post

While the practice of wearing face masks and coverings has been proven to be a powerful weapon in fighting pandemics by many different countries, there are still a lot of people who don't believe they're effective. Moreover, some believe that wearing a facemask on a daily basis can have a harmful effect on a person's health. For instance, some individuals refuse to wear a face mask because, allegedly, it can lower your oxygen levels. Open full post

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