Life is full of problems. Luckily, we always strive to make life easier. Medicine, flight and the internet are just a few things that we’ve made to smooth out the rough edges of life. But even in 2017, we humans are still assaulted by innumerable problems. How can I hold an umbrella and two coffees at the same time? How can I plug in all my gadgets into one power strip? How can I stop Mike from constantly stealing my mug at work?
Celeste Barber is the Austaralian comedy queen. She is a comedian, an actor and a writer. #celestechallengeaccepted began in Jan 2015 as a fun experiment to see what it would look like for an average person to photograph herself doing rich people things. In just under 2 years Celeste Barber became a global success with her Facebook fan page gaining 240k+ followers and #celestechallengeaccepted has clocked up over 1.2 MILLION followers on Instagram. Her international reach and appeal of this comic ‘everywoman’ has attracted some high profile fans including Robbie Williams,Ashton Kutcher , George Takei, Cindy Crawford and Kris Jenner, to name a few.
Everyone knows that people tend to start acting a little bit different under the influence of a few drinks. Whether you’re nicer, nastier, or just way more wacky, almost everyone is a bit different in some way when they’ve had a few. If you’re a frequent drinker you will probably already know what kind of drunk you are. Some people are happy drunks, some are emotional, and some like a completely different person when they’re under the influence. But scientists have whittled it down to four categories which they say everyone falls under.
Talented illustrator Yao Xiao has drawn a comic presenting a compelling argument why many of the “sorrys” should be replaced with “thank-yous.” Simply put, it’s all about accentuating the positive attitudes that people have towards you instead of driving home the point that you might be doing something wrong. Finally, a comic that gives both useful advice and food for thought!
Everyone has accidentally texted a wrong number and, occasionally, received messages intended for someone else. For the recipient of a misguided text, it’s like the universe has giftwrapped and delivered a PERFECT prank opportunity. Sure, most people just politely point out the misunderstanding and many others ignore it altogether. But, luckily, some of us took full advantage of the opportunity and the results were hilarious.
We've all been there. You’ve had a few (dozen) too many and you get really hungry. But, your mind is totally compromised by fermented grain/hops/grapes, so you make really bad decisions in the kitchen. Next thing you know – you wake up with a headache, a stomach ache and no idea how that huge mystery stain got there.