Itsy Bitsy Spider came up the waterspout. Down came the rain and washed the spider out. Unless it went to the television screen and managed to manage not only the viewers but also the ones on the other side of the screen. Now we know it is never a perfect time to have a slider climbing up tour screen; however, you can’t argue that this photo was taken in perfect timing.
We do have one thing we can’t get our minds around. In order for the photographer to know this man was going to cover his face and say wooooo, he must have watched this before. The only surprise here is the spider, and we doubt it was planning his escape route.
Walking on Water
Sit back and tell us the tale of Dogster — the dog that walked on water. When Dogster was born, his parents knew he was special, but not in everyone's- special hipster kind of way. He has always had a special connection with seal puppies and other marine creatures. As he grew older and his connection with the ocean grew deeper, Dogster became world-famous.
He now has his own YouTube channel where he teaches people and pups of all kinds how to embrace their inner mermaids. He is a true believer in the saying that if you have the ability to dream it, you have the ability to do it...and this flying canin is doing it all.
The Art of Blending In
This guy left the pad for the day, styling a modern baggy-style striped ensemble with ’80s dayglo orange shorts and an electric orange and white stripe tee. He topped it off with a sparkling white cap, and he finished it with white sneakers. In any other setting, it is a flashy fashion statement. As it is, his digs are causing drivers to confuse him with a traffic cone.
It was such a funny coincidence that someone photographed this scene through the car windshield! At this intersection, he could pass for a construction worker. At the very least, he already has a construction-themed Halloween costume lined up.
Les Misérables Meets The Shining
Just when you thought late 18th century France couldn’t get worse, “Here’s Johnny.” Destitution, starvation, endless suffering. And, now, introducing a deranged ax murderer who calls himself Johnny. This is precisely what happens when Hugo, Kubrick, and King meet up.
Add Jack Nicholson to the act, and there’s no reason to believe the advertised “musical phenomenon” is not a perfect way to spend Christmas day. In other words, this is the modern version of "Les Miserables." The original cast just wasn't good enough for the Gen Z's, and a modern and fresher feeling had to be added.
Warning: Possible Flooding
Siofok, Hungary, is the nation’s most popular place for summer holidays. Beautiful Lake Balaton offers long sandy beaches and plenty of sunshine. There’s a medieval abbey on one end of the lake and a walkway of classy bars and exquisite restaurants on the other.
But it’s a rainy place, so if it’s flooding, you might want to try Budapest instead. In this coincidence of natural disaster proportion, it looks like the sea rose to meet this stylish surfer. A lot of thought was put behind this ad, and it is no coincidence that Decathlon and Global warming clash.