This was gold. Would love to see whatever excuse was able to have been hatched up after this. Might have to call this one a checkmate, my dudes.
People who "hate" cats try and live with one for one full week. ... We would probably (most definitely) lie and say that I hated cats just so we could have a cat for the week.
Can you guess what will happen when these humans spend a whole week with those adorable furry animals?
Love. Unexpected love. Which is always the best kind of love.
And with that, maybe there's evidence the world won't completely slip into utter chaos. Sure, the strangeness of students can result in some weird and stupid school stories, but that doesn't mean students are necessarily complete animals all the time. Sometimes it can be teachers who say weird and wild junk.
Want to spice up your day with something interesting? Instead of watching the old cat videos, check out these science GIFs. Not only are they fun to watch, they're also educational. Best of both worlds.
Want more? Check out this article about how some ancient chewing gum revealed a 5,700 year old woman's life story.
Apple has a habit of making products that look like everyday household items, but do not act like them. In the latest installment, Apple has released a new Mac Pro that nods to it's past designs, except for one very noticeable feature: it has a cheese grater on the front. So, like any sane person would, the peeps over at iFixit tried to grate cheese on the Mac Pro. The result? It isn't so great at grating. Surprisingly. Want to read more about technology? Have a look at this article about some new airplane seats that could revolutionize flying.
We all know that there's high comedic value in fails. Especially when the things that are failing are not meant to fail... like robots. Simone Gietrz makes robots that have potential but were never really meant to succeed, and watching Simone "use" them will make you laugh harder than anything else you have seen today. Promise. You should probably just watch all of her hilarious videos on her YouTube channel. If you like to watch things exploding, check out NASA's test megarocket fuel tank exploding with liquid nitrogen. It's pretty cool.
Sit back and watch the 50s become the 60s before your very eyes. You can watch her (the chosen research subject) try to explain what she's experiencing, seeing to Dr. Sidney Cohen, who administered LSD to her at the Los Angeles Veterans Hospital. It would seem to be a hopeless cause, as people suggest, the only way he'd have fully understood, would've been to have taken the LSD himself.