You don't always have to know what you want to do, or what your passion is at an early age. Sometimes, you scream "Sc*** It' and take a shot later down the road, just like they did...
If you've never heard of The Royal Ascot, don't worry you aren't alone. Apparently, The Royal Ascot is an annual five-day horse-race meeting held on a course outside of London, England, with racehorses competing for millions of dollars in prizes. (Yup! MILLIONS) It's also a major event for not only racing fans but, for the fashion as well. The even is also regularly attended by Queen Elizabeth II and other royalties! So, it's not a surprise that many go above and beyond in the name of fashion... but have these hats gone a little too far? One thing for sure, they are hilarious to look at!
German Twitter users recently started a trend. The trend? Making sandwiches that look like paintings by famous artists! The action was initiated by blogger Marie Sophie Hingst, who introduced hashtag ##KunstGeschichteAlsBrotbelag. (we are guessing that means, #makefamouspaintingsintosandwhiches ) Other Twitter users happily took up the idea. And if you scroll down, we will present some awesome and creative sandwiches!
When we meet celebrities or anyone famous, we might want an autograph. A signature to show people. To say "YES, I REALLY SAW / MEET THEM!" Well, here are a few famous signatures we might all want, and some that make us scratch our heads with as we wonder, "Who can even read that?!"
Alan Wagner is a hilarious comedian as well as a talented video editor. He decided to put some of his skills to use and created a number of very funny flyers. What did he do with these flyers? Put them all over Los Angeles of course! Just take a quick scroll and see for yourself!
Branded in Memory is an interesting experiment created by Signs.com, which asked 100 people to draw 10 famous logos, in order to analyze how well we are able to retain the details of these images that we meet almost daily.
Huge companies like Ikea or Starbucks have become such an inaugural part of our daily lives that the mere thought of them reminds us of a gazillion jokes and memes associated with them. This gave illustrator Leonid Khan an idea for a new comical series of job interviews which take place in those famous companies. Made for the guys at Bright Side, the series offers 13 job interviews in companies like Ikea and Mcdonald's, poking fun at the stereotypes about them.