These posts prove people on tumblr are quite funny too...
There are certain things you just don't do. One of those things is taking inappropriate selfies at ANY memorial site. When an Israeli artist, Shahak Shapira, came across these disgraceful selfies at the Holocaust memorial in Berlin, Germany, he decided to rightfully shame them in an art project called "Yolocaust" in hopes to bring awareness and stop the disrespect. Kudos, Shahak Shapira!
With the Holocaust Memorial Day approaching for Israel, it's important to remember the past in order to not repeat it in the future.
We've all been there, or at least felt uncomfortable with our looks at some duration of our lives. But it's always important to remember it's what's inside that's beautiful. Read this Twitter users story on how he accepted and grew from the pain:
Ah, stock photos. We all love to poke fun at them but what about those that are actually in the stock photo? And what if they didn't know what the photo would end up being used for? Here are 15 times people found themselves in bizarre stock photos!
Credit to Reddit user FreddTM for asking the community, "People in stock photos, what's the weirdest way you've seen your photos being used?"
What in the world is "green coconut cake?!" When Facebook user Micala, and her mom, they were going through their things, they came across a newborn discharge release form from 1968 that had specific instructions on how to care for your newborn. As Micala writes in your Facebook post about it, "Thank goodness things have changed, I can't imagine!"
While Emily scrolled through Twitter, she stumbled upon a tweet that she would normally ignore, but this tweet really rubbed her the wrong way and she could remain silent. And while she goes on to explain that the tweet is "pretty self-explanatory" but it's the video the tweet was attached to that was not. The video attached was of a fan reacting to the new Star Wars trailer, obviously very excited. Emily thus began her rant:
A major fire has engulfed the medieval cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris, one of France's most famous landmarks. Artists from around the world are paying tribute to the historic landmark with illustrations. Check out the touching tributes below:
The bizarre toy collection was launched by Vienna Funeral Museum and showcases 300 funeral items such as death masks, coffins and hearses designed to make "the topic of death approachable for children". It is located on the grounds of Vienna's Central Cemetery, one of the largest cemeteries in the world with over 330,000 graves and tombs spread over 590 acres in the Simmering suburb of the Austrian capital. The LEGO sets were presented with the Vienna State Association for Psychotherapy. One set includes a crematorium furnace and a LEGO figure holding an urn while another features a grave digger and a headstone. Other figures represent a bereaved family, the recently deceased and a skeleton. Quite morbid...