Check out our hilarious photo compilation that proves that dogs know nothing about privacy and it’s one of the most adorable things about them.
Halloween is coming up, and for those of you that are in a committed (or less so) relationship, this is a great opportunity to make a statement to the world that you’re a power couple. And there’s nothing that says “power couple” quite like wearing a great “combo” Halloween costume.
A perfect life of an Instagram blogger is just a fairy tale story they made up to fool your eyes and make you jealous. Wanna know what’s hiding behind those perfect Instagram shots?
Do you love pizza? Do you hate traditional weddings, with all their white dresses, vows, and churches? Then this could be just for you.
Who doesn’t like the Face Swap app, right? It’s hilarious! We’ve all tried it at some point. And who doesn’t like Disney movies? We all had a crush on Ariel at some point in our lives. And if Internet has ever been good for anything, it’s providing us with all kinds of Disney-related things. While…
Meet Dave Pollot, an artist from the US who takes existing pieces of thrift art and adds elements of pop culture into them.
Looking at all those photos of celebrities going all wrinkled up, it made us wonder what our favorite TV characters would look like when they grow old.
Rude people? Check. Flights and small chairs? Check. People with no respect for your personal space? Check.
While skirts and crazy colors are almost the norm, Thom Browne has managed to rock the boat of men’s fashion and add ballerina tutus, ball-shaped bags and dog shaped bag as well.
A bunch of guys poking fun at girls doing “basic” stuff on Instagram is arguably our favorite thing on Instagram.
We are pretty sure every girl you know has had some pictures taken of her at a certain point where – no matter how cute or gorgeous she is most of the time – she looks absolutely horrendous. Thankfully, someone decided that Disney princesses need this realism treatment too!
Margaux Lange has launched a fashion jewelry collection called Plastic Body Series. This New York designer uses Barbie parts from salvaged dolls to turn mass produced product into special handmade jewelry art.