War And Peas is a hilarious cartoon series made by a two-headed squad of Jonathan Kunz and Elizabeth Pich. Since 2011 they joined forces to publish comics together. Their comics often deal with unfulfilled desires and the tragedy of the modern human condition, featuring such characters as sassy robots, woeful ghosts, and highly-skilled dogs. The stories concentrate on observations of everyday life, with a pinch of dark humour, often leading to a trenchant plot twist – and all in a four-panel-format.
Most optimists can be a little pessimistic at times, and no matter how much they want to believe their glass will always be half full they know sometimes it’s just plain empty, and there are no more free refills. But eternally cheerful guy Kevin sees the silver lining on every mushroom cloud and gold nuggets in every pile of poop. Comic strip Kevin & Friends shows how sickening an eternal optimist can be. It’s demotivational, dark and disgusting in all the right ways, and even though life sucks for saccharine Kevin his misfortune makes us smile, so that makes it all worthwhile, right?
These pictures are truly heartbreaking. You can see a silent scream for help in every single one of these photos. The other thing you will notice: the look of betrayal. Those eyes are saying: “I trusted you… Now I’ll have to murder you in your sleep, human.”
You can almost hear them saying “I’m not angry, I’m just disappointed”. Please rethink your poor life choices so that these cats can stop judging you. Turn you life around!
Medieval art sure is weird. We’ve already featured people happily dying, battle snails and cats licking their butts galleries that dived deep into the craziness of medieval drawings. But there’s one more mystery to solve: why were the artists of that era so obsessed with depicting murderous rabbits? Scroll down to see the examples and read the explanation!
Meanwhile on Instagram, men have been sporting a glitter beard… For those who wish to participate in this trend and help to pollute our planet with microplastics here’s what you must do: Step 1: Grow a beard. Step 2: Put some glitter in it. Step 3: Post a picture on Instagram with #GlitterBeard tag. Step 4: Collect your likes.
Have you ever wanted to have a taxidermy mouse in your home? What about taxidermy mouse that’s doing various things that only humans do? Well, you are in luck! Taxidermy Tom is here to help you. He has makes and sells the exact thing on his Etsy store. As Tom himself puts it: “They’re great fun to make and I love giving them different personalities and costumes. I have lots of ideas in the pipeline, the only limit is my imagination.”
There isn’t anything in the world that a good owner wouldn’t do for his beloved pet. So when a health emergency comes up, some of us panic and rush to the vet, which is a completely normal reaction. However, in some cases, what we thought was a major problem turned out to be something completely silly. Scroll down to put a smile on your face, and don’t forget to share your own story in the comments!