Jokes And Memes About The Pandemic To Get You Through These Dark Times

Humanity is going through a very dark time. Even worst is, according to U.S. experts, the pandemic could last for two years. Two years! Now, that’s really a holy shit situation. Everyday life, as we know it, has changed forever. Masks and physical distancing are and will be part and parcel of everyday life.

Japan Saw The Opening Of The Country’s Largest Glamping Ground

For those who love the idea of camping, but rather not put themselves through the inconveniences of not having modern amenities, glamping is the way to go. Glamping, which is the portmanteau of “glamorous” and “camping”, pretty much says it all. It is essentially like camping, but with amenities.

In The Age Of COVID-19, A Haunted House In Japan Goes Drive-In

There are many new normal forced upon us due to the COVID-19 pandemic. New norms include face mask, social distancing, washing hands more often than usual, drive-in strip club, and now, drive-in, ermm, haunted house?

Exciting Online Games To Play During Isolation and Keep Things Fun

Due to social isolation, slots and other similar online games are increasingly growing in popularity. The online betting and gaming industry has been consolidating its position long before the coronavirus outbreak, and new measures like self and social isolation only helped finish the job.

Here’s The Science Of Why We Should Wear A Mask

Given that there are people who believe Earth is flat, I am not all too surprise that some would think mask does not help to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (or mask will cause death). But I am not here to debate about flat earth theory. Novel coronavirus wouldn’t care less if the Earth is […]

adidas Collaborates With Carbon To Produce 3D Printed Face Shields For U.S. Healthcare Workers

adidas is not only selling face mask and contributing to Save the Children’s Global Coronavirus Response Fund. Like Nike, it is also turning out face shields to support U.S. healthcare organizations, first responders and “underserved communities” who do not have access to adequate supplies.