As human encroaches into wildlife’s home, it is not an uncommon to see local authorities putting up signs to warn residents of wildlife wandering into humans’ living spaces. Redwood City in California, USA, is no different. The Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department has put up a sign to warn locals of “coyote activity” – complete with the requisite silhouette of a lone coyote and a bunch of text warning about the potential danger and whatnot. Continue reading The Fine Print On This Coyote Warning Sign Will Crack You Up!
Though religion is an ancient belief that is several thousand years old, it has to keep up with times to remain relevant and in the case of Roman Catholics, it is keeping abreast with technology. On Sunday (January 20), Pope Francis officially launched a new app for Android and iOS, called Click to Pray, that will allow devotees to pray with him. From what we understand, “pray with Pope” does not mean praying with the Spiritual leader, side-by-side, virtually at the same time. Continue reading Thanks To A New App, Praying With The Pope Is Just A Click Away
It is just the second week of 2019, but already, we have some pretty crazy news going around. First it was a man who French-licked a doorbell for hours and then, apparently, a bird ‘migrated’ on its own on a 14-hour flight from Singapore to London, and now this: an egg. There’s really nothing special about this image of an egg that is of a typical egg hue that is covered in the requisite freckles you expect of an egg. Though it does appeared to be perfectly shot. Continue reading How The Hell Did An Image Of An Egg Becomes Most-Liked Instagram Post?
If you haven’t heard, last week (January 7), one airline company had an unexpected, non-paying passenger: a myna, and mind you, the bird wasn’t in the cargo hold with the rest of the pets that might be traveling on this particular flight. This avian creature was a discerning traveler because, it was found in the Business class. I kid you not. I guess, this is the future of bird migration? Continue reading Bird Migration: Stowaway Bird Took A 14-hour Flight In Business Class
The online tools available today make it easier than ever to set up an ecommerce store. Entrepreneurs need not know extensive web design skills to set up shop because plug-and-play website platforms have enabled easy customization. This is good news for those looking to capitalize on the ever-growing online retail market. Continue reading More Than A Store: How To Create An Ecommerce Brand
Well, this is one strange tale to start the year. It was the first week of 2019 when the Dungan family from Rossi Rico neighborhood of Salinas received an alert of movements at their home’s porch. They were out of town, but apparently their children were home and so, they checked the home surveillance camera footage. And boy, were they not prepared for what they about to see (neither were we!). The infrared footage shows a stranger approaching the home’s… doorbell and proceed to give the inanimate object a good tongue-lashing. Continue reading Strange Tale: Man Caught On Camera French-licking Doorbell For Hours
It is hard to describe to a barber what was the hairstyle you are after. The best way to do it would be showing him a photo of that particular hairdo, but do not show the barber a video, though, as an unnamed man in China found out recently. The story was originally posted on China’s micro-blogging site, Weibo, by one influential entertainment blogger by the handle of Tian Xiu Bot (天秀bot). In the post, Tian Xiu Bot, attached several images, including a screenshot of the originator known as Red Devil – Accidental (红魔-偶然) who had posted it on an unknown platform. Continue reading This Is Why You Shouldn’t Paused A Video To Show Your Barber
If you have watched Harry Potter’s movies, you would have know that Hogwarts did indeed have bathrooms. However, it turns out, the school of witchcraft and wizardry used to NOT have bathrooms, revealed Pottermore in a recent Tweet. So, if there weren’t any bathroom, how did Harry Potter’s forebears pissed and pooped? Well, they just did their businesses wherever they stood and then wield their magic to make the human excretion disappears. Don’t ask where the “evidence” went. It had to go somewhere somehow, but I really don’t want to know. Continue reading Witches And Wizards In Harry Potter Used To Poop Standing And Use Magic To Clean Up Afterwards
If you think paying $1.8 million for a live ornamental fish was preposterous, wait till you read about yet another mind-boggling fish-related auction. Someone have just coughed out a staggering 336.3 million Yen, or about 3.1 million American dollars, for a stiff tuna. That number there is not a typo, btw. Someone actually paid for a tuna with 3-freaking-million! Holy mother of… that’s hell lot of money for something that is going to end up in the stomach. Continue reading Japan’s Tuna King Paid A Record $3.1 Million For An Enormous 612-Lb Tuna
The age of Internet started out rather harmlessly, but few decades on, it has become kind of dangerous and stupid. The former needs no explanation. As for the latter, it is because of challenges. To be fair, challenges did not start with the Internet; it started after the ice bucket challenge (which, though was for a good cause, is still stupid anyways). Continue reading Seriously, Netflix Is Asking You Not To Get Hurt Doing The ‘Bird Box Challenge’