Anyone noticed that people are getting pretty preachy about all the things we "should" be doing in quarantine? Apparently we're supposed to be using this time to somehow be more productive, cultivate new interests and practice hobbies. The whole thing is terribly obnoxious. People can cope however they see fit, and we're not here to pressure you do "do more." In fact, we're here to help you do less and have more fun...with memes.
Rob Arnold has spent a dizzying amount of time sifting through washed up litter, and has some interesting and informative things to say about the plastic he's seen. Some of this stuff can even be traced back to specific incidents from decades ago, which is crazy to think about.
If you love cats and love some Lego fun, you really need to check out these paw-some DIY kits by Jecka company. They have it all- black & white cats, calico cats, tuxedo cats, orange tabby cats...anything you like and dream of.
JEKCA company believes everyone has a unique sense of creativity deeply embedded within each one of us. The company is aimed at unleashing this talent by helping you build useful and interesting items using simple techniques and basic building block units. so, you can now create your dream cat model in the easiest way possible. Check out their website for all the dozens of options.
Cats can be a great source of entertainment but can also bring great anguish and pain with their hilariously mischievous actions.
Take this guy, for example.
Few days ago, this Thai toy seller shared on Facebook his frustrating and funny experience involving his cat and a Doraemon figurine he was working on for seven days for a customer. The customer originally wanted to get it before the new year but in one second, it was all destroyed by his naughty cat: 'Damn Cat! I spent a total of a week, making this. The customer wants the piece before the new year.' The angered guy said in a Facebook post.
The post has gone viral on the social media site with over 70,000 shares and 22,000 comments.
Most of them can't stop laughing at the man's situation and the kitty's 'totally not sorry' expression.
Just to clear things up- the furious guy wrote at the end of his post "I will kill you!!!" but of course, he didn't mean it. He later posted a photo with his cat and said that all was well with them. After all, how can you stay mad at that innocent face?
Remember that big box of Lego you had as a child that was filled with hundreds of different styles of Lego and twenty Lego men and women from Darth Vader to scuba divers? Trying to sort those boxes would have been impossible. That's probably what Daniel West experienced before he built his Universal Lego Sorting Machine from Lego. It uses artificial intelligence to sort the Lego pieces and we all want one for our ahem nieces and nephews.
Want to read some more interesting articles? Have a look at this story about the very strange fish that washed up on a beach in California.
This article was originally reported by The Verge.
Looking For a Creative Christmas Gift Idea for homeowners who have it all already? The Little Brick Lane store on Etsy makes custom scale Lego home models of houses and they're pretty much perfect. As you would probably guess, they are fairly expensive with prices ranging from about $1,000 to $4,000.
Call it a lack of self-awareness or whatever but the internet is teeming with people who are convinced that they not only have the facts, but are of genius level intelligence. They put people down, make everything about themselves, and completely ruin jokes. There's just a whole lot of smart-tastic brain lords whose self-importance knows no bounds.
This LEGO construction by The Quinten is called a 'skep', which consists of coils of grass or straw to make the basket. The skep beehive has been around for more than 2,000 years and although it is not as common today, the skep is still an iconic symbol of beekeeping.
The mechanical design features a beehive structure with some googly-eyed bees buzzing around as its crank is turned. The project is currently seeking support on LEGO Ideas, and we'd love to see it put into production.