Children From The US And Mexico Play Together On These Seesaws Built On The Border Wall In Defiance Of Trump

Like something out of a fairytale, a set of shocking pink seesaws sprang up right in the middle of the United States border wall with Mexico. Quite unsurprisingly, the seesaws became an instant hit. Children (and adults!) flocked to have fun on them, not minding the metal border wall that separated them. Image credits: The seesaws were installed right across the US-Mexico border between El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez in Mexico. The geniuses behind this brilliant and playful idea were two professors. They are Ronald Rael, a professor of architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, and Virginia San Fratello — an associate professor of design at San José State University posted videos and photos of the seesaws in …

45 Funny And Strange Things Spotted On the Subway (New Pics)

Ah, the subway! The magical place where the laws of normality stop working. The moment you go underground to catch a train, you’d best be prepared to see hilarious, weird and, frankly, mind-blowing things. To keep you laughing all day long and to remind you that life is full of little surprises, Bored Panda compiled this list of funny, bizarre and peculiar things spotted on the subway. Vote for your favorite strange(r) things (pun most definitely intended), and let us know in the comments below what you think the stories behind the pictures are. Also, be sure to check out Bored Panda’s other lists about the subway, including weird people, the most beautiful metro stations, vintage photos of New York’s …

30 Hilariously Unsuccessful Travel Photos

We celebrate amazing travel photography and rightly so, but what about the times when it all goes wrong? Those hilarious occasions when people have traveled across the world and completely failed to share its beauty in a photograph, times when they would’ve found more culture in their local supermarket than that blurry pic of the pyramids. This list of disappointing travel photos is funny for its self-awareness; these people understand the irony of traveling thousands of miles to see something that just happens to be cloaked in fog or undergoing repairs. #2 Traveled Thousands Of Miles To See The Big Ben #3 Not Mount Rushmore, But I Woke Up At 3am And Hiked Up Machu Picchu To Be There At …

Artist Creates Mind-Bending Photographs By Blending Drawings With Reality (30 New Pics)

#2 Cataudella has trained his eyes this way totally on his own. “I have never studied illustration or any other art discipline. I learned everything I know by myself with a lot of practice, patience, and passion driving my endeavors.” “My current pieces begin with an object, typically a building. After I find something that intrigues me, I try to think about a link between the object’s shapes and something that I’m already familiar with. This step might take up to a few hours. After that, I start creating the image, combining all of the pieces.” #25 #26 #27 #28 #29 #30

30 Times People Traveled To Japan And Realized Theyre Too Tall For It

On the other side is Japan; 126 million people squeezed on to four main islands, with a total area 26 times smaller than the USA. The Japanese have learned to be economical with space – whether it be technology, houses or dioramas – which can be an issue when tall people visit the country. Heads are bumped on low doors, showers are too short, and train seats… well, it’s cozy put it that way. #2 Tall In Japan #3 6’3” Lived In A Traditional Japanese House In Japan For Two Months. There Were Lots Of Exposed Wooden Beams Things don’t fit: Many things won’t fit you. At my size, it is not that hard to find fitting clothes or shoes. …

People Are Making Fun Of Apples New $999 Monitor Stand And Mac Pro With 30 Hilarious Memes

There’s always a lot of fanfare about the latest Apple releases; they were the ones that first made a real ‘event’ out of their new products. Predictably, this brings out the haters too, eager and ready to mock the latest piece of overpriced and overhyped tech. The latest memes center around the new Mac Pro, which people are poking fun at for its resemblance to a cheese grater. Mac Pro starts at a hefty $5999 and is best enjoyed with a new Pro Display XDR, that starts at $4999 and comes without a stand. Which you will need. How much can a stand be, I hear you ask? That’ll be $999, please. So $12K all up, and it will all …

Tired Of Property Developers Cutting Corners On Accessibility, Architect Illustrates How It Impacts People

#2 In an attempt to increase awareness amongst his students, Azari started sketching some of the issues. “It was after I shared my drawings on Facebook that they gained traction. Now I’m also advocating for universal design in architectural schools in Malaysia, mainly to get it implemented at least by a lecture or two if not become a full subject of its own.” #4 “Of course, to change something that is not easy. But many groups are now moving in tandem to create awareness by engaging the politicians, property developers and other invested parties. And I’m merely contributing in academia, creating awareness amongst young architects so they would be ready to tackle universal design issues in the future as well.” …

25 Most Unique Airbnbs Around The World

#2 Skylodge Adventure Suites In Peru If you really wish to run away for everything, this Airbnb is perfect for you. Located in the mountains of Peru, this Skylodge lets you spend some very much deserved time alone. One night at this Airbnb costs around $581. #4 5 Floor Bamboo Palace In Abiansemal, Bali Unfortunately, this mind-blowing bamboo Airbnb is not available to book for the next few years. But according to Airbnb, this house comes with your own personal maid and you can even book a chef that will cook you food throughout your stay. #6 Private Island In Sunny Hvaler, Norway Sometimes you just get so sick of people, all you need is your own private island. So, …

Former Retail Worker Hilariously Shows Why People Who Start Shopping Minutes Before Closing Time Are The Worst

YouTuber Domics posted a video about working in retail that contains things which should be common knowledge Now, after he has spent some time reflecting on his struggles, Domics is doing God’s work — making hilarious videos that show the public what not to do if they don’t want to piss off the entire industry. Domics, a.k.a Dominic Panganiban, is an internet celebrity whose work proves to be poignant, funny, and painfully relatable. Domics has 6.7 million people following him on YouTube alone and his videos have amassed over 893 million views. told Nikki Celis. “I’ve always had ‘Domics’ on the side back in the second year when I was just making silly comics as an outlet for the workload stress. By the …