One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do, and when two too quickly goes back to one it can be just as bad. But they just don't make dance partners like they used to, and until Saitama comes across a creature who can withstand more than one of his punches he'll just have to get used to being a lonely army of one.
Sock it to your fellow One Punch Man fans with this One t-shirt by Bomdesignz, it's a real knockout!
Reading a good to great fantasy novel makes the reader feel like they've been swept up onto the back of a pegasus and flown to another world, where magic, intrigue and danger abound.
On the other hand, reading bad fantasy is like watching an episode of Barney, because you always know what's coming next as you wait for the monster to remove the mask and reveal the idiot inside.
That's why bad fantasy is best read in teeny, tiny snippets, so you don't get disillusioned and decide to give up on the genre altogether, and the best place to read bad tidbits is the Awful Fantasy Twitter account.
The Awful Fantasy Twitter account is full of horrible excerpts from fantasy stories that weren't actually written and will thankfully never make it into print, and just like smoking pipeweed it's easy to know your limits.
But if you take it one terrible toke at a time you'll soon find your love of fantasy renewed and reinforced, and the hilarity of those bad entries will stick with you like a Necromancer's curse.
Between helicopter parenting, kids staying indoors instead of going outside to play and schools instituting stricter policies regarding recess, the young folks can't have any fun these days.
So when Julie Walsh Holcombe found out her sons got in trouble at school because they were climbing a tree and playing like normal kids she sent a strongly worded memo and a permission slip to the teacher and guard involved.
Julie's kids look too old to be getting hassled about climbing trees, but now they have official permission to have fun!
The Doctor decided he was through with adventure, done with danger and finished fixing problems in the timestream, so he traded in his companion for a camera and a laugh track and started filming a hidden camera show. It was easy to find patsies for his show, all he had to do was look back through his database entries marked "enemies" and choose a chump to prank. But who to pull a prank on first? Considering his options he chose to begin much like comedy on film began- with the silence. A prank and a pun in one, now that's how you do live comedy like The Doctor!
People who appreciate a punny shirt will adore this Silence Falls t-shirt by RebelArt, it's fall down funny with a sci-fi twist and sure to make your fellow Whovians howl with laughter!
The dog, dubbed Freeway Frida by the Galt police officer Sylvia Coelho who rescued her, was first spotted by drivers on Highway 99 near Simmerhorn Road back in April, but she evaded capture so the police were unable to nab her until around May 18th.
Some fantasy character costumes are easy to put together, and a pair of pointed ears or an epic beard go a long way when you're dressing up as an elf or a dwarf.
But Geralt of Rivia, star of The Witcher video game franchise, is a totally unique and singular character, so cosplayers who want to embody Geralt must be born with a Witcher's soul.
Cosplayer Maul from Defcon Unlimited clearly looked in the mirror and saw the eyes of a monster hunter looking back at him because his Geralt cosplay is almost too perfect, right down to the rune laden sword Maul made in his cosplay forge.
Everyone has something they fear in life, be it abstract or unnervingly real, but just as we're told not to wallow in our tears we shouldn't swallow up our fears- we should let them out and expose them to the sunlight on a NeatoShop t-shirt.
That way we can share them with each other and laugh at how small they really are in the grand scheme of things.
The fears that lurk in our minds are very real to us
One particular group of makers who call themselves the Cabaret Mechanical Theatre like to build ridiculous yet marvelous crank operated machines which they then film in action and share on the interwebs.
Sometimes we like GIFs because they send a short but sweet message, other times we dig them because they feature a scene from our favorite movie or a funny moment that fits nicely in a three to five second clip.
Set one of these suckers in motion on a coworker's computer screen and watch them squirm and schedule a meeting with HR, or stare at one when you're feeling down to remind yourself how human you really are.
It appears the internet has actually run out of optical illusions to share, so until an artist like Dudolf creates a new one for us to stare at we're staring at this brick wall illusion that made the rounds in 2014.
See if you can figure out what's stuck in between the bricks in the wall before you scroll down to see the answer below.
This is definitely one of those “illusions” that can't be unseen once the answer is revealed, since it's something our eyes have trouble processing so once they're told what to see they see it every time.
Anyways, enough stalling, here's what's stuck in the wall:
It's a cigar! Did you see it immediately or did your eyes keep telling you it was a crack in the brick with some little gray thing sticking out? Yeah, same here...
Fathers and daughters can have a nightmarish relationship, butting heads about things like boys, makeup and appropriate school attire.
But if they're lucky they can find something fun to do together, an activity that brings them closer together and makes their family life a dream come true.
For photographer Joshua Hoffine that fun activity is also the stuff of nightmares, because he uses his daughters as models in horrifying photo shoots best described as darker than midnight.
Joshua's photos often depict a bad dream come to life, but the girls don't get scared by the terrifying scenes their daddy comes up with, because they see the whole thing as "a giant game of dress-up".
Those little girls are brave to play along with such a demented daddy!
As a general rule adding music to just about any activity will make it better- taking a cold shower, eating leftovers for dinner, starting a riot, even watching a weather report is more enjoyable when you add music.
Twitterers in their teens and twenties get all the attention these days, which is totally unfair to those hard-working guys who gave those kids their smartphones and can take them away if the kids don't behave- the dear old dads.
Blind film critic Tommy Edison has a good sense of humor about sighted people asking him silly questions, and now he can tell anyone who asks this question to Google his video and stop being such a dingleberry!
It's even worse when someone takes a picture of you with that walleyed expression on your face and then posts it on the interwebs, because you know somebody's gonna Photoshop you into an embarrassing meme.
Hundreds, if not millions, of valiant adventurers head out each year to rescue princesses from dragons and other fiendish beasts, and yet very few return with the princess in tow.
Why do these well-trained warriors keep coming up short? Is it their lack of magical equipment? Are their Strength and Dexterity attributes too low?
This strip by Pedro Arizpe of Port Sherry Comics shows how hard it is to rescue a princess when you're not her "type", and also teaches us another important lesson- some princesses don't like it when you slay their dragon pals.
The Lane Motor Museum is home to rare models built by companies trying to break into the auto biz, such as the French pedal car company Mochet (above) or the British tractor company Opperman, who built this adorably austere Opperman Unicar back in the 50s:
The Lane is also home to oddball autos made by motorcycle companies, such as the Maico (pic at top of post), doomed because of a dumb engineering oversight:
In 1956, they stretched the Maico 400 chassis to accommodate four passengers but didn’t fully engineer the resulting Maico 500 (the Lane owns a ’58), and the added weight overwhelmed the front axle.
But motorcycle makers didn't always fail to transition to more than two wheels, as the strange looking yet moderately successful three-wheeled car called the New-Map Solyto proves.
The Solyto was manufactured by the French company New-Map from 1952 to 1974- it weighed only 330 pounds and had an output of 5.5 horsepower, but it was always a big hit with the microcar crowd.
We watch movies like The Bad News Bears, Heathers and American Pie when we're younger and don't really pay attention to the subtext, which we later discover is all kinds of messed up.
But looking back it's incredible to think that The Bad News Bears got a PG rating, considering all the cursing and racial slurs in the movie, and Heathers just hasn't felt the same since school shootings became all too common.
American Pie taught us it's okay for zany teens to film sex acts without asking for permission, and yet didn't manage to teach teens to be more careful with their compromising webcam footage.
So, while these aren't the main plots or points of these films they are the shockingly bad subtexts we can't help but see after we've grown wiser with age.
We hang chimes outside our homes so they'll catch the wind and play us a pleasant little song, but if you live in Alaska and hang up chimes you're actually asking for a personal musical performance by a moose.
When Healy, Alaska resident Britta Schroeder awoke to this candid moosic-al performance being played on her neighbor's wind chimes she did the right thing and filmed the show.
And just to avoid the accusations that she lured the moose into her yard the video came with this disclaimer:
Healy, Alaska – As I lay in bed this evening, I could hear my wind chime blowing up, but when I looked out the window, not even a blade of grass budged. I should clarify that the blender and the red bucket in the video are part of a paper-making project and have no food, nor have ever had food, in either. The chest freezer is also locked.
Legislators didn't really know what to do about those mobile surveillance cameras we call drones when they first flew onto the scene, and many places are still lacking any sort of laws relating to pics taken by drones.
As the media brought people up to speed on the dangers of unchecked drone flight, and many countries passed laws to make sure they were protected against these remote controlled spies.
Matthew McConaughey may be know for his laid back "alright, alright, alright" line and the stoner persona he seemingly became after filming Dazed and Confused, but he's more than just a word said three times.
He's an actor, a runner, a surfer and the proud owner of a Lincoln MKX, and as this supercut video from Owenergy Studios shows "Matthew McConaughey Makes Noises". (NSFW due to language...or is it?!)
Working from home seems like a dream come true when you're tired of being forced to commute and sit in the same building day in and day out, but working from home also comes with a risk of turning into a troll.
Now we're not talking about the online version here, we're talking those antisocial creatures from folklore who smell and are so socially inept they end up living under a bridge because they can't fiti in with society.
If you work from home and don't want to go full troll all you have to do is work like you would anywhere else- keep your work space clean, keep to a work schedule and keep track of all tasks and deadlines.
You'll also feel like less of a troll if you keep your pants on while working, or at least bathe on a regular basis, both of which will make things a lot less awkward when you invite your fellow trolls home workers over.
But beware- day drinking often leads to a loss of pants!
I'm not sure if animals are getting used to having their picture taken and are learning to pose for portraits, or if it just seems that way since there are so many animal pics posted online these days.
Whatever the reason, animals are posing like never before, and even wild animals seem like they're waiting for some traveler to take their pic and post them online so people around the world can see how cute they are.
Chanel and Stevo from howfarishome.com are two travelers who love to post pics on behalf of internet deprived animals, using an ultra-wide angle lens to take "mugshots" of the friendly critters they encounter while traveling around the world.
It's only a matter of time before tech companies start making smartphones for animals, and if you think social media is crazy now wait until the world's critter population starts posting!