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30 Facts From The ’70s And ’80s That Seem Unbelievable Now, Shared In This Online Thread

Kids in the ’70s and ’80s had a different experience when growing up. No wonder your auntie Betsie never misses a chance to tell the same old story of her 10-year-old self walking 5 km to school in freezing winter. “These days kids, they don’t know!” she mumbles.

But she must be right. This illuminating thread shared by Dan Wuori, the senior director of early learning at The Hunt Institute, shed light on what kids in the past experienced in their daily lives and most of it is simply hard to imagine.

“My high school had a smoking area. For the kids,” Wuori tweeted before asking everyone to share “What’s something you experienced as a kid that would blow your children’s minds?” Below we selected some of the most interesting posts that reveal just how much times have changed.

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Childhood memories are something most of us cherish throughout our lives. Prof. Krystine Batcho, a scholar in science of nostalgia and licensed psychologist, has developed a tool to measure our emotions towards the past using the Nostalgia Inventory Test. The tool shows how strongly and how often people feel nostalgic.

In a previous in-depth interview with Prof. Batcho, Bored Panda asked the professor about the role our childhood memories play in our lives. According to the professor, childhood memories can influence our adult lives in a number of ways. “They can contribute to our overall sense of happiness in life.”


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Moreover, Batcho argues that social experiences we had when little are crucial to our development and adult lives. “Positive childhood social events, such as family get-togethers during the holidays or parties to celebrate birthdays or achievements, help establish good self-esteem and healthy social skills in adulthood,” she told us.

Prof. Batcho’s life-long research suggested that “positive childhood memories are associated with more adaptive coping skills in adulthood.” For example, people with happier memories of childhood were less likely to turn to counterproductive ways of dealing with stressful situations, such as substance abuse or escapist behavior.


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That means that healthy coping is not something we’re born with, but rather “it is learned during childhood by role modeling trusted adults, and memories of how respected adults coped with adversity,” the professor explained.

If you deeply cherish your childhood memories and carry them throughout your life, you’re not the only one, Batcho argues. The professor explained that this phenomenon is called “rosy retrospection,” and it refers to a tendency to remember the past as better than it really was.


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“There might be an evolutionary reason for it, because a favorable focus on the past helps most people remain healthy and happy despite the practical and emotional challenges of adult life,” prof. Batcho explained. Having said that, it’s also important to note that memory retrieval and the way we feel about them is directly influenced by a person’s current mood and state of mind. It turns out that when we are sad or depressed, we are more likely to remember negative events in our past and remember past experiences less favorably.


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40 Homes That Feel Too Dreamy To Be Real, As Shared On The ‘Somewhere I Would Like To Live’ Instagram Account

If you live big city life, you probably know what it feels like to rent an overpriced studio, share an apartment with fellow grown-ups or cram yourself into a cupboard-sized flat that means lie-ins are simply impossible. No wonder more and more people on Earth find themselves living in tiny spaces, known as tiny apartments that can be as small as 10 square meters. Tokyo, anyone?

So if you are starting to feel a little claustrophobic in this busy world, this Instagram account comes as a breath of fresh air. Welcome to “Somewhere I Would Like To Live,” an account that offers a beautiful collection of mesmerizing places that truly exist somewhere. Curated by Ruben Ortiz and Katty Schiebeck, the founders of Katty Schiebeck interior design studio, the account is a real treat for interior design fans and anyone who appreciates aesthetically pleasing things.

Scroll down through the most beautiful posts shared on the page and hit upvote on the ones you’d like to live in!


94-years-old Agnes Kasparkova turns a small village in her art gallery in Czech Republic.

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Our planet Earth is so full of breathtaking places, you would probably need a whole lifetime to travel them all. But let’s say you just decided to do just that. Where to start? How to plan it? What to do and more importantly, not to? These are some of the questions you should consider before buying a one-way flight ticket.

Meanwhile, Big 7 Travel announced the list of the world’s top 50 bucket list destinations that shouldn’t surprise us. “White sandy beaches are still a must-visit for many, with vibrant cities also making an appearance on a lot of people’s bucket lists,” says Clayton-Lea, the head of the content at Big 7 Travel. In fact, countries with naturally beautiful scenery and world-famous landmarks came out on top: 22% of the destinations on the list have white sandy beaches, while 52% are iconic cities.


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While Bali topped the list of the 50 most popular bucket list destinations on Earth, some travel picks were less expected. “The top 10 list has a lot of the expected dream destinations, but there are a few surprises on the list: Paro Valley in Bhutan, for example, or Virunga National Park in the Congo,” Clayton-Lea commented. “I think this shows a great appetite for a need to get off the grid and can only assume that social media (and Netflix, in the case of Virunga!) is responsible for spreading the word of these amazing places.”


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Bored Panda reached out to Jolene and Andrzej Ejmont, the serial travelers and creators of family travel blog “Wanderlust Storytellers” to find out some tips that you will find useful in case you set out on a mission to visit any of these places.“It’s no secret that often things go against the plan while traveling. But the best way to ensure that your mood stays good, even when things go not according to plan, is to pre-plan the ‘buffer time’ for when you are at a particular destination,” the Ejmont family told us. “For example: if you are going to Rome for three days exploring, book four days to be safe. And if that doesn’t help, there’s always cocktails, chocolate and ice cream.”


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Moreover, little details count when you travel and hiring a car without a GPS is such an easy mistake to make, but it can surely make your travel go sour. “It is so much better to rely on the GPS than your personal phone’s maps. It doesn’t matter then if you happen to have no reception on your mobile phone,” Andrzej said.


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When asked whether, in their opinion, people are generally more experienced at traveling these days, the Ejmont family said that’s definitely the case. “People are slowly venturing out to more and more of less-travelled destinations and experiencing travels like never before.”

“This, of course, creates more understanding for travel and as a side effect, enriches more and more souls with tolerance, humility and compassion,” Andrzej told us.


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“‘The Scola Tower’ Built in the 17th century, It stands over 42 feet tall in the sea by La Spezia, #Italy The tower was originally designed, as part of a defensive system for the Senate of the Republic of Genoa”

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When asked about solo traveling, which seems to be tending lately, Andrzej said that solo travels are filled with adventures like no other. “To lose yourself in passion for travel and be open-minded to whatever comes your way, whomever you meet… definitely an adventure in itself.”


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“Barcelona’s Liceu opera audience was made up of 2292 plants. A string quartet performed Puccini to the potted plants before they were donated to 2292 health workers”

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“The gardens of Eden”

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50 Pets Who Thought They Were Hiding, But Actually Weren’t

Pets are a wonder — they never stop brightening up our days with their hilarious shenanigans and weird little quirks. After all, looking at them jumping, pouncing, and getting us just as excited for the day as they are is a source of entertainment right there.

However, sometimes our beloved goofballs feel this overwhelming urge to crouch behind furniture, run underneath the bed, or bury their heads in the couch. Especially when they’ve done something mischievous. But while some of them are true masters of camouflage, others hilariously try to go unnoticed and fail in the best possible way.

Today, we bring you a list full of amusing pictures of our beloved four-legged friends who are so terrible at playing hide-and-seek, their owners just had to take a brief pause from laughing, snap a photo, and share it with everyone online. So continue scrolling, upvote the ones that made you smile, and make sure to check out Part 1 of this post right here!

#1 I Got You, Fren

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#2 Hashbrown Hasn’t Completely Figured Out Hiding Yet

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#3 Hiding In Plain Sight

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The concept of hide-and-seek is uncomplicated to us humans — one hides, the other seeks. But our pets seem to have their own idea of what going under the radar actually means. Whether they get scared, chew on something they’re not supposed to, or simply want to act all goofy, our companions are drawn to the cozy confines of private spaces. But the truth is, we can often see them in plain sight.

To find out more about this peculiar urge to hide and what we should do about it, we reached out to Kate Mornement, Ph.D., who goes by the handle @petbehaviourist on Instagram. Being a qualified animal behaviorist and founder of the consultancy Pets Behaving Badly, she strives to help people better understand these charming creatures living under their care.

She told Bored Panda that animals usually hide because they’re afraid. “When pets hide, they’re telling us they’re scared or need space. Things that often cause pets to hide include loud noises, unfamiliar people or animals, and things they associate with unpleasant experiences, such as the cat carrier coming out before a vet visit.”

#4 He Got In Trouble For Barking (We Live In An Apartment) So He Threw A Tantrum And Went To Hide Under The Fridge

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#5 There’s Nowhere To Hide At The Vet’s Office

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#6 Found A Loose Seal In My Bathroom

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Kate explained that some sneaky critters also try to go unnoticed when they have an object they shouldn’t have. “They hide because they’ve learned that that delays or prevents the item being taken away,” she added.

It seems this behavior is based on their natural instinct to escape potential danger. “It’s part of the ‘fight, flight or freeze response’ which is a survival instinct,” Kate told us. “Hiding when you’re eating food is also a survival instinct. If you eat alone, you consume more compared to eating with others competing for the same food.”

#7 Hiding From The Vet

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#8 My Friend’s Dog Is Terrible At Hide And Seek

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#9 My Kitten Likes To “Hide” In This Jar, And Her Brother Is Confused

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Pets move around in their surroundings using impressive senses of smell, sound, and vision. But as you scroll through this list, it can be quite surprising to see how many pets are simply terrible at the art of stealth. Even cats, the most celebrated hiders out there, seem to hilariously fail sometimes. Though they’re trying their best, and we love them for it.

#10 My White Cat Attempting To Hide So I Can’t Clip His Nails

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#11 I Finally Figured Out Where Tank The Cat Has Been Hiding. I Only Saw Him Because A Bird Chirped On TV And He Stuck His Head Up Slightly. Who Sees Him?

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#12 Master Of Disguise

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When asked why some of our four-legged friends can’t seem to find a well-concealed hiding spot, Kate noted it’s probably because they don’t understand the concept of the game.

“I think we misinterpret a lot of our pets’ behavior in general, so it’s important to learn how to read your pet’s body language to ensure you understand them and can help them overcome any fears they may have,” she continued.

Still, happy pet owners enjoy taking pictures of and genuinely laughing at these funny failures: “Sometimes our pets do goofy things that make us laugh. Sharing these moments with others who can relate makes us feel good.”

#13 My Big Boy Likes To “Hide” When It’s Time To Leave The Park

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#14 You Can’t See Me

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#15 They Both Chose The Same “Hiding” Place At The Vet

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The good news is that you can indeed help your pet stop spending so much time hiding under or behind objects. “Training pets not to hide under things involves helping them be comfortable with the situation that causes them to hide,” the animal behaviorist explained.

“For example, if your pet hides when visitors arrive, teach your pet that visitors predict good things by having the visitor throw your pet their favorite treats. Also, ask visitors not to approach your pet or try to interact until your pet initiates interaction. This will help alleviate their fear over time,” she added.

So if you ever want to try out hide-and-seek with your beloved companion, Kate said that playing games with pets is a fun way to bond with them. “Just make sure that your pet is also enjoying the game!”

#16 I Wonder Where My Cat Is Hiding

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#17 Found This Little Guy Today. He Felt Safe Hiding In My Girlfriend’s Hair

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#18 Google Reminded Me Of How My Dog Used To Hide In The Couch

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#19 Trip To The Vet. She Thinks We Can’t See Her

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#20 All Time Hide And Seek Winner

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#21 This Cat Thinks She Is Hiding And Can’t Be Seen

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#22 I’m A Shelter Photographer And This Kitten Was Not A Big Fan Of My Camera. This Was Her Idea Of “Hiding”

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#23 My Cat Truly Thinks He’s Successfully Hiding From Me

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#24 I’ll Just Hide In Here, So No One Can See Me

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#25 Hiding After Being Fussed At

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#26 Velma Thinks We Can’t See Her Behind The Curtain

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#27 Favorite Hiding Spot

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#28 My Cat And His Incredible Hiding Skills

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#29 Worst Hide And Seek Player Of All Time

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#30 Stealth Doggo

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#31 Hide And Not Too Much Seek

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#32 Nothing To See Here

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#33 Simba Doesn’t Quite Get Hide And Seek Yet

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#34 When Lola Is Tired Of Playing She Hides From Our Other Dog So She Can Get Some Rest. This Is Her Hiding

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#35 This Is My Mom’s Cat. I Think She’s Beautiful. She Hides From Birds

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#36 She Did Her Best To Hide

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#37 My Cat’s Attempt At Hiding From The Vet

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#38 His Favorite Hiding Spot

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#39 Watching Our Guests Sneakily

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#40 Maybe If I Hide Here, She Won’t See Me

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#41 Absolutely Unexpected Trap

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#42 That Feeling When You’ve Found The Perfect Hiding Space. Nobody Will Find Me Here

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#43 A Master Of Stealth

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#44 My Husband Took Our Cat To The Vet Today

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#45 He Doesn’t Know We Can See Him

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#46 We Brought Home A Cat. He’s A Little Scared, So He’s “Hiding”

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#47 Knew My Cats Were Plotting To Kill Me, Ninja Hiding On My Way To The Bathroom

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#48 My Huge Senior Dog Is Afraid Of Fireworks, And It Is Well Known That The Shower (Where He Clearly Doesn’t Fit) Is The Safest Place To Hide From Them

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#49 This Is Snacks. This Is Where Snacks Hides When She Gets Yelled At

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#50 He Meows Really Loud And Then He Goes And Hides Here For 20 Mins. He Thinks He’s Hidden

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‘Aged Like Milk’: 35 Things That Aged So Badly, They Went Sour (New Posts)

People say that it’s easy to be right but even easier to be wrong. More often than not, people forget to be careful about what they say online. Quickly typing a few nonsense sentences and pressing “share” might seem like a great idea at the time, but the truth is, they might stay on the internet forever.

The online community called Aged Like Milk is here to remind you of that. As the moderators write in their description, it’s “a subreddit dedicated to all those things in media and elsewhere that didn’t stand the test of time, at all.” More than 795k members are on a mission to find and document ridiculous posts that quickly turned sour.

Take a look at some of the worst takes Bored Panda has collected from this group and upvote your favorite ones. Also, if you’re hungry for more examples of how people’s opinions came back to bite them, be sure to check out Part 1 of this post right here.

#1 Warned A Person Considering Traveling To Chernobyl To Check Travel Advisories Got Called A Troll

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#2 This Did Not Age American At All

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#3 Battleship, Fun For The Whole Family…

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According to Know Your Meme, “aged like milk” is a catchphrase that mainly describes social media posts that have grown increasingly troublesome since their inception. When people throw their opinions left and right, some of them are bound to be wrong. Well, they might look fine at the time, but time truly shows which beliefs aged poorly by completely breaking modern social norms.

While the origin of the phrase is unknown, the earliest usage comes from a 2006 comedy special Jeff Dunham: Arguing with Myself. A puppet called Walter said “She’s aging like milk!” in one part of the dialog. Since then, the clip received more than 4.2M views on YouTube and quickly spread to other platforms, forums, and threads.

#4 Aged Like Eggnog

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#5 I’ve Never Met A Single Adult Without One

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#6 Sk8 Or Die

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#7 A Daily Mail Article From December, 2000 (Reupload)

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If you ever felt slightly embarrassed about something you shared online, don’t worry. After all, social media is the place for us to vent about politics, culture, sports, our personal lives, and more, so you’re definitely not the only person to ever have a bad take. In fact, more than half of Americans (57 percent) say they have social media regrets. One in six routinely rue their decision to post at least once a week, with Millennials being the most regular offenders.

#8 Lady Gaga Had A Hater Group

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#9 He Regretted It

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#10 The Snow Scene In The Wizard Of Oz (1939) Used 100% Pure Asbestos Fibers For The Snow

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#11 Anyone Remember These Ads?

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These numbers come from YouGov Omnibus’ survey where they asked U.S. citizens about posting or texting something they regret. Many people admitted they were less anxious about sounding silly compared to a few years back. However, they are more worried about damaging their reputation at work — 22 percent said they are concerned that a questionable post might affect their career.

Results also showed that 14 percent of participants feared they may hurt relationships with family members or partners by sharing misguided images or messages. Plus, women were slightly more likely to feel troubled about social media blunders damaging their close relationships than men.

#12 Remember Y2k?

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#13 Good Boy! Wait, Wha??!

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#14 Only Took One Mooch For This To Turn

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If you’re wondering how to make sure your social media posts won’t come back to bite you, always think twice before sharing something online. Ask yourself if there’s anything in this particular post or comment that could potentially hurt you in the future. Think about whether it might defame a specific view or lifestyle. Also, determine whether your words will actually contribute to the conversation or whether they will only create more noise.

#15 This Is Hung Up In My School

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#16 If Only That Was Still The Case

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#17 Texas Would Never

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Also, it’s always good to self-reflect and review your older media posts. It’s recommended to delete inactive accounts, provocative or controversial topics and discussions, and anything that might make you look overly cynical or mean. You have a larger audience than you think, so it’s quite easy to overshare and sacrifice your privacy. And just remember, if you ever end up posting something extremely cringe-worthy, there’s a big chance the members of the Aged Like Milk group will pick it up and will make sure to share it with the whole community.

#18 I Remember Winning Vietnam As Well

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#19 This Guy Deleted His Account To Dodge His Bet

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#20 I Was So Young, So Naive In 2010.

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#21 Texas Winters, You Can Never Predict Them

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#22 Tucker Carlson: “Putin Just Wants To Keep His Western Border Secure”

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#23 They Were Warned

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#24 Rip The Nintendo Switch

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#25 In An Article On How To Befriend People At Work…

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#26 Definitely Going To Jail

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#27 Pray For Afganistan

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#28 This 1939 Poster About How The Next European War Will Start In Ukraine

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#29 An Old Memory Of Mine… Don’t Ask Me For Any Future Advice..

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#30 Not Only Has The Globe Not Cooled, The 7 Years Since This Was Published Have Been The Hottest On Record

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#31 Youtube’s Finally Done It

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#32 ? R/Teenagers In A Nutshell.

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#33 Well, It’s Pst September

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#34 Too Soon?

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#35 Plaque Outside Blizzard Office Has Aged Like Milk, Again

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“Bored Panda Best Comment Awards”: 50 Funny Times The Comments Made Our Posts So Much Better (New Pics)

Ah, the comment section—it’s full of life. Sometimes, people there spark conversations about a variety of social issues. Other times, they’re going livid over someone else’s opinion. Or maybe they’re simply enjoying a spicy argument and, of course, grabbing a box of metaphorical popcorn along the way. And when the comments tend to go from plain insulting to inspiring in mere seconds, ​​we’re sure glad they’re there.

Our readers have proven time and again how curious, funny, and wholesome they can be. Some of you commenters offer even better content than the picture itself. To celebrate your creativity and wit, we have compiled a list of some of the best and most upvoted comments we found floating around our page.

We here at Bored Panda love clever humor, and we know that you do too. So continue scrolling, see if yours made the list, and share even more hilarious wisdom under the pics below! Also, be sure to check out Part 1 of this post right here.


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To learn more about witty comments and how to improve our comedy skills, we spoke to Abigail Paul, a standup comedian, improviser, and actress with an irreverent and original comedy brain. Having performed improvisation, standup comedy, and theatre in venues all over Germany, the US, and the EU, she was kind enough to share her thoughts on why people leave comments in the first place.  

“Today’s reader has the advantage over their predecessor that they feel part of the action,” she said. “In comedy, we are always looking to create content that an audience member will relate to, so when someone leaves a fantastic comment on an article or picture, it helps us feel connected, a little less alone.” 

“It shows us that someone else, maybe many people, think the same way we do,” Abigail mentioned. “We take great comfort in not being alone on our ideas.”


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The standup comedian revealed that the secret to a successful comment is probably equal parts true and surprising. An unexpected remark “that just has shock value isn’t as highly regarded as one that is embedded in truth.” 

“In comedy terms, your picture or article you are commenting on is your setup. Your witty comment is the punchline,” she explained. “There are lots of ways to be funny, but a great punchline will usually have excellent use of wordplay, exaggeration, or make an analogy to something else so the reader can maybe see the topic in a new light.” 


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“The most important thing is usually an element of surprise. Good comedy writers use misdirect as well as a magician does. We think we see you going to one place and you go somewhere unexpected. Audiences love a twist,” Abigail said, providing true crime podcasts as an example.

According to her, leaving a comment and letting out a few chuckles helps us bond with others. “Comedy is the most fun thing humans can share (besides pizza),” she said. “The pandemic has forced a lot of comedy experiences online. It hurt live comedy a lot, but new spaces have thrived online because people need to connect and laugh. The upside is you can find ways to be funny at home in your PJs.”


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If you want to improve at writing clever comments online, you need to practice. “Comedy is a skill,” Abigail told us. “The more you write, the better you usually get.” But it’s important “not to get too precious about your work. Notice which clever comments you are writing get lots of likes or replies, and see if you can dissect why that comment is working.” 

“If something isn’t working, don’t worry too much about why. A lot of good writing is throwing spaghetti at the wall and seeing what sticks.” She advised you to focus on what works and try to replicate your own formula. “Also – edit. Are there any words you can take out, but the comment is still really funny? Then do. The more concise you are, the better it is for your reader.”


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Abigail is now busy with her new organization in Frankfurt called English Comedy Frankfurt, aiming to bring fun shows with diverse audiences and comedians. So if you want some tips on writing for standup, be sure to check out her website and follow her work on Twitter.


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50 Times People Had Such Wholesome Coworkers, They Just Had To Share It Online

People say that how we live our days is how we live our life. For many of us, a significant amount of time is spent at work. While we search for the ideal work-life balance by making big and small changes in our daily routine, we might not realize that the biggest morale booster is sitting right in front of us.

Of course, there are countless stories about office bullies and ruthless bosses who can make our days bitter. Yet, we might end up complaining too much and forgetting that our jobs can actually be nice. Especially if we’re surrounded by like-minded and lovely people.

We have compiled a list of some of the most wholesome coworkers many would be delighted to work with. Continue scrolling and upvote the pictures that made you smile the widest! After you’re done with this list, make sure to check out our previous posts to get a full picture of the working experience right here, here and here.

#1 Heartwarming

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#2 My 88-Year-Old Coworker Showed Me His Binder Of Love Poems He Writes. 2 Months Of Work And I Got My Coworker Published And Delivered His First Book

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Having great relationships with the people you work with can positively impact your emotional well-being and professional success. Whether it’s venting about your manager or chit-chatting about the weekend plans, close bonds alleviate the stress you might be feeling in your current position. 

Bored Panda has reached out to Sharlyn Lauby, a human resources professional, speaker, and the voice behind HR Bartender, a blog dedicated to talking about different workplace issues. The site has been recognized as one of the “Top 5 Blogs HR Pros Love to Read” by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

She was kind enough to share her thoughts and insights about workplace relationships and what part they play in the office. According to Lauby, having good bonds with the people you work with is very important.

#3 I’ve Been Biking To Work In The Cold Every Morning, My Coworker Noticed And She Made Me This Scarf And Beanie

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#4 Wholesome Coworkers

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“Gallup [a global analytics and advice firm based in the United States] has some classic research that says there’s a correlation between having friends at work and employee engagement,” she told us. “It makes sense. No one really wants to spend the kind of time we do working with people that they don’t like being around.”

However, Lauby does feel the need to discuss what makes for a good working relationship. “This doesn’t mean that there won’t be challenges. All relationships have tough moments,” she added. “That’s one of the reasons building good working relationships is important. When you have a good working relationship, you can work through those challenging times a little easier.”

#5 The President Of Our Company Is A Giant Kid, So For His Birthday We Made His Office Into A Ball Pit

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#6 Today’s My Birthday. When The Clock Hit Midnight, The Security Guy Who I Barely Know And The Only Other Person On Site Turned The Corner And Surprised Me With This

I work 3rd shift monitoring the machines at a tourist attraction.
A great start to what could have been a lonely day.

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The desire to feel connected to others is a basic human need. The positive social interactions we have with each other can boost our mental and physical health. Besides the fact that getting along with your coworkers helps you get through difficult obstacles, it also makes the work environment more pleasant.

“Another benefit ties back to the definition of a good working relationship,” Lauby continued. “Hopefully, you can be yourself. When you build good relationships, this should allow you to feel safe and comfortable being your authentic self. It’s great for you as an individual and it’s great for the teams that you’re working with.”

#7 My Office Has Been Working From Home For Weeks. I Had Sent Out An Email Asking That Anyone Who Has To Drop By The Office To Feed My Fish

I went in today for the first time – someone made a log book. I’m crying.


#8 My Cousin Worked At McDonald’s In Northern Ontario For Most Of His Life And Was A Manager There For The Majority Of His Career. He Passed Away Suddenly Last Monday

The 3 McDonald’s restaurants in that area flew their flags at half-mast in his honor. Such a beautiful gesture.

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If you want to improve the way you communicate with your colleagues and make the bonds even stronger, there are some things you should keep in mind. Lauby emphasized that credibility is one of the first things she thinks of when it comes to being a good coworker. 

“Do what you say you’re going to do. Deliver on time. Be that person others count on,” she elaborated. “And if for whatever reason you can’t, go to your colleague or team and let them know. Hopefully, before they figure it out. You can ask to renegotiate your commitment.”

#9 God Bless The Co-Workers

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#10 A Coworker Of Mine With Down Syndrome Makes Me A Card Every Christmas

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On a final note, being a person of your word goes a long way in building relationships. Sharlyn Lauby wants to remind you that all of the things we discussed—strengthening personal bonds, being credible—are important for both in-person and virtual working relationships.

#11 My Sister Is Fighting Cancer & It’s Been Absolutely Brutal. It’s Really Taken A Toll On Me & My Work Performance Has Dropped Significantly, I Feared I’d Get Fired

Instead, my coworkers presented me with this care package to comfort my sister through chemo, a hand-painted card & a $750 donation.

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#12 My Hometown PD Threw This Brave Officer A Birthday Party. Happy Birthday, Max

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#13 My Wonderful Colleague Is Having A Baby, So I Made Her A Zookeepers Baby Blanket

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#14 Happy Retirement To My Coworker That Always Brought Us Candy. Thanks For Always Being Awesome, Mark

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#15 I Took Care Of My Colleague’s Snail While She Was Gone And It Unexpectedly Had Babies. I Threw A Baby Shower For Her To Come Back To. Congrats, Loki

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#16 I Work At A Small Family Owned Italian Restaurant And My Boss Let’s Me Study When We’re Slow So He Brought Me A Small Pizza And Said “Snack While You Study”

I worked a 12-hour shift today and he fed me three times and made me a sandwich to take home. He’s an angel walking among us.

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#17 To Have A Boss Like This

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#18 New Friend/Coworker Of Mine Couldn’t Afford A New Computer. I Built A New One And Gave Him My Old One For Free. He Was So Happy He Asked Me To Take His Picture

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#19 Today Is My Birthday. My Coworkers Know I’m On A Diet But I Told Them They Were More Than Welcome To Still Get A Cake For Themselves To Enjoy

Instead, this was waiting for me when I got to work. Truly made my day and was quite delicious!

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#20 A Note From A Coworker During A Dark Time. It’s Been 3 Years And I Still Look At It When I Need A Pick-Me-Up

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#21 Tomorrow Is My Last Day At My Current Job And My Coworkers Knew I Liked Anime So One Of The Older Ladies Made Me An “Anime” Quilt

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#22 My Mama Retired As An Emergency Room Nurse Yesterday And Her Coworkers Threw Her A Huge Party

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#23 My Wife Made This Last Night For A Coworker That Had Her 10-Year-Old Chihuahua, Lucy, Passed Away Unexpectedly Of Heart Failure

Apparently, she seemed completely fine on Sunday, but Monday she was gone. As anyone who has experienced the loss of a beloved pet knows, it can be traumatizing, especially when you have no time to prepare for it. She missed work on Monday (I would’ve taken it off too) and then told my wife about it yesterday.


My wife being the sweet person she is came home later that day and told me the sad news, then got out our iPad and started working on the picture above. She claims she has no art talent, but I think she did a pretty great job. The ears on the top are an outline of Lucy’s ears.

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#24 I’m A Nice Colleague

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#25 I Have The Best Coworkers In The World. Down With Lymphoma For A Bit And They Just Made Day

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#26 The Restaurant I Work For Is Closing Until Further Notice. My Manager Gave Me A Gift

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#27 I’ve Been Snapping Selfies On Unattended Phones At Work. Today My Coworkers Gave Me Photo Albums Of The Selfies They Found On Their Phones

One of the most heartfelt birthday gifts I’ve ever gotten.

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#28 The Janitor At My Mom’s Work Bought Her A Fancy Christmas Ornament With This Written On The Box

He is a very sweet elderly man. Since he and my mom are such good friends, he made her this.

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#29 My Wife Had To Cancel Her Baby Shower Due To Corona, So Her Co-Workers Threw Her A Surprise Mini One In The Break Room

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#30 Me As A Boy In 1965 With Newly Completed Model Airplane Minutes Before Destroying It On Maiden Flight. Also Me 56 Years Later With Surprise Christmas Gift From Coworker Of Identical Replica

Additional info: It’s a control line plane, it flies in a big circle, it’s not a remote control. You have a handle and two steel cables to control the elevator, pull the top of the handle back the plane goes up, push it down it goes down, do it wrong it crashes violently. 


Yes, I work at a wonderful place with some terrific people and consider most of them dear friends. 


He mentioned that he was building planes with his kids, and I showed him a lo-res version of that old picture I had received from my daughter. He contacted my daughter, got the hi-res, then acquired all the parts necessary to build the plane over several months (the propeller came from Uzbekistan). Then, surprise!

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#31 The 66-Year-Old Receptionist Where I Work Prints Out Memes On Paper And Puts Them On The Wall

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#32 His Wife Called In To Sing Happy Birthday Over Video Chat

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#33 A Co-Worker Makes These Boxes For Charity On His Lunch Break, And He Needed Leather So I Asked If He’d Like My Departed Dad’s Jacket, And He Came Up With This For Me Today

I work with this amazing gentleman that spends his breaks and lunches making these beautiful boxes for charity auctions (I know – so sweet!) He took me aside to show me his first box of 2020, and I asked him if he’d be interested in my dad’s old leather coat since I’m having a hard time getting rid of his stuff. Well, today he brought me this black walnut box made with the leather from my dad’s favorite jacket. It brightened up the office and all of us were so touched. What a sweet man!! This is such a cherished thing for me. Yes, I am definitely making him an authentic British shepherds pie and some English treats to thank him (he’s English, but we live in Canada). I hope this cheers you all up during this dreary and frightening time! Good people exist everywhere!

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#34 This Was My Face Of Pure Happiness When A Coworker Brought Two Kittens By The Office Yesterday. Sat There For An Hour While They Cuddled On My Lap

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#35 My 72-Year-Old Grandma Not Only Cleans Schools, But Cleans Schools Better Than Everyone She Works With. Her Teachers Always Make Sure She Knows

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#36 Today Was My Boyfriend’s Last Day At His “Big Box Mart” Job. The Company Itself Did Not Acknowledge His Last Day, But A Coworker In The Bakery Made Him This

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#37 My Girlfriend’s Boss Makes Her Healthy Lunches Because She Has Fainting Spells

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#38 Told My Coworker A Story About My Brother Eating All The Charms Out Of The Cereal Box Before I Got To Them Growing Up

I literally thought you had to be lucky to get charms. He dropped these in my office today.

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#39 Boss Is A Marvel Fan And Recently Had Open-Heart Surgery, So A Co-Worker And I Got Him A MK 1 Arc Reactor

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#40 The Other Day I Slipped And Fell At Work As I Was Wearing Old Worn Out Shoes, So My Coworker Gave Me A Fresh Pair Of Non Slips When She Found Out About The Incident

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#41 Coworker’s Wife Spent 10 Hours Making This For Me After My Cat Passed Away

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#42 We Were Surprised By My Coworker Who Put Together This Dinner Date Table For Us, Complete With A Personalized Menu And Three Course Meal

Was supposed to be celebrating my honeymoon with my wife in Italy this week. Extremely thankful!

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#43 Couldn’t Afford New Work Boots, These Were On My Workbench This Morning

They got my size and everything. $179 I just could not afford at the moment.


Everyone wears them in the company. Also, they are the best!


I’ve been struggling with my old pair and just had a week off with a planter wart in my heel. It was removed but I’ve been unable to fully walk properly for a while.

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#44 My Coworker Blessed Me With A Christmas Miracle. $500 Cash

The card says: “Hey Boo! Okay, so I might have felt awful when you told me that you would walk all the way home from work, so I set up a GoFundMe (don’t worry, I didn’t use exact names). I managed to raise a bunch of money, hoping you could set it aside for a car, but now maybe it can help fix yours now. Merry Christmas!”

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#45 My Coworker’s Photo Of Her Dog On Her Desk And My Christmas Present To Her

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#46 My Mom Is A Nurse And She Spent All Of Today Making Facemasks For Her Coworkers

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#47 Co-Worker Checking In Due To Having The Weekend Away From My GF And Feeling A Bit More Of Top Of My Depression

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#48 I Draw Little Pictures Daily For My Coworkers To Find In The Morning After I Leave Third Shift

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#49 My Coworker Is Having A Hysterectomy. So The Department Had A Food Day

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#50 Wife Just Made Over 100 Truffles For Her Coworkers. Now She Gets To Go On The Train Into Boston With These. She’s The Best

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50 Moments People Realized They Were Dating Or Married To An Idiot

Man, relationships start off so great. The initial, sweeping romance often consumes a couple when they first get together. In this stage, you feel as if you’ve found a perfect match, someone who is both similar and new. Someone compatible. You want to spend as much time with them as possible, and enjoy each other’s boundaries melting away. But that exposes our less glamorous attributes too.

In an attempt to show the unexpected turns their love life has taken, women are confessing to the internet how husbands and boyfriends are testing their limits. So we at Bored Panda decided to put these complaints together and see if we can all somehow grow from it.

From little everyday crimes (such as eating cheese like an animal) to bigger offenses (like hitting on your partner’s married niece), here are a million ways to frustrate and disappoint your partner.

By the way, I feel like we also need to include a disclaimer. This publication doesn’t mean that all men are garbage and every woman is a saint. I’d say it’s more of a study to see what common relationship problems women go through.

#1 My Husband Is Technologically Challenged

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#2 My Husband Bought Memory Foam For “His Side Of The Bed”

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According to some estimates, almost 50 percent of all marriages in the United States will end in divorce or separation. But what exactly makes sustaining a romantic relationship so hard?

Well, in 2020, a team of scientists led by Menelaos Apostolou of the University of Nicosia in Greece found that fading enthusiasm, long work hours, and lack of personal time and space are the three most common problem areas that prevent people from staying together. However, if it offers you some reassurance, they also think that only 30% of adults find it easy to maintain long-term romantic relationships.

#3 This Is Where The Plate Goes After Dinner. Not In The Dishwasher. Not On The Counter. Not Even In The Sink. It Should Be Perfectly Balanced On The Sink, Just Like This

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#4 I Split Up With My Boyfriend Yesterday. I Fell Asleep While He Was Packing And He Stole My Toilet

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When it comes to the top challenge (fading enthusiasm, it can be explained by the fact that many people find long-term relationships to be tiring and they get bored quickly. They also sometimes realize that the passion and romantic love fades sooner than they might’ve expected. Fading enthusiasm is especially problematic among people who dislike routines.

Long work hours is one of those factors that might seem a little bit surprising at first but later sound really logical. In fact, some have already speculated that divorce rates can be predicted by the length of a spouse’s commute. This research adds credibility to this notion — partners who spend many hours working or prioritize their career over their relationship are, not surprisingly, less involved and less successful in the latter.

#5 100% Will Rip Open A Bag Like A Damn Raccoon And Then Notice It’s Resealable

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#6 Asked My Husband To Do A Maternity Photoshoot. Don’t The Dogs Look Great?

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#7 I Was Complaining To My Boyfriend That We Never Cuddle Anymore And This Was His Solution

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Feeling suffocated or lacking sufficient me time is the third most common reason why people have difficulty maintaining romantic relationships. Those who feel constrained by their commitment, or (whether or not it’s justified) feel that their partner is constantly nagging them, will have issues working on and sustaining it.

The publication said that other common problems were character issues, clinginess, and bad sex.

#8 Sent My Husband To Buy A Baby Shower Gift Bag

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#9 My Husband Doesn’t Want The Case To Get Scratched And Cause An “Eyesore”

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#10 My Aunt’s Skeevy Boyfriend Went From Asking What My Husband And I Want For Christmas To This Garbage In 2 Minutes

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#11 My Boyfriend Puts The Butter Away Like This In The Fridge Door. Fully Exposed And Touching The Fridge I Haven’t Washed In Months

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But coming back to what we briefly mentioned in the intro of this publication, it’s important that no gender is the bad one. Just the individuals. Dr. Kristie Overstreet, a clinical sexologist and psychotherapist, highlighted that men face their own unique set of relationship issues—and a lot of them have to do with the way guys are raised. (Keep in mind that these differences are not relegated to just men in heterosexual relationships; they apply to all men in every kind of relationship.)

Fear of rejection, hiding depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues, pressure to be the financial provider, and performance anxiety around sex are just some of the things that men frequently worry about in relationships.

“Men are taught from a young age to not talk about their problems or struggles. Men aren’t allowed to show or express emotions,” Overstreet told Men’s Health. This can actually be the root cause of many romantic conflicts. After all, managing emotions and communication is vital for every couple.

#12 Instead Of Cleaning Up The Sugar He Spilled, My Boyfriend Decides This Is Perfectly Reasonable Instead

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#13 My Boyfriend’s Gaming Set Up

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#14 My Boyfriend Doesn’t Throw Away Empty Toilet Paper Rolls. Instead, The Top Of The Toilet Becomes His Garbage Display Area

I take out the garbage regularly, but I wanted to see how long this would go on for – it’s been 2 weeks.

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#15 Texted My Husband To Show Him My Brilliant Idea For Making Sure I Drank My Full 1 Liter Of Water Before My Ultrasound

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#16 These Gum Piles My Husband Keeps Leaving Around The House

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#17 Instead Of Rinsing His Cup Between Drinks, My Boyfriend Will Just Refill It With Whatever Since It “Mixes In His Stomach Anyway”

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#18 The Way My Boyfriend Sliced This Avocado

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#19 Husband’s Gift To His Wife

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#20 I Asked My Husband To Stop At The Store And Get Coriander

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#21 On This Table, You Can See All The Gifts My Husband Has Bought Me For Last Christmas, Our Anniversary, My Birthday, And Mother’s Day

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#22 I’m Breaking Up With My Boyfriend

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#23 My Roommate Got A New Boyfriend, He Used My Clippers, Didn’t Brush Them When He Was Done, Didn’t Clean Out The Sink And Clogged It Too

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#24 When My Husband Goes Out In Public Like This

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#25 When You Ask Your Husband To Load The Dishwasher

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#26 Holiday With A New Boyfriend – He Opens Bread Like This

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#27 Gave A Girl A Compliment About Her Shirt, Received This From Her Boyfriend

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#28 My Boyfriend’s Job Title Is Actually “Solutions Engineer.” This Was His Solution

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#29 How My Boyfriend Uses Cheese

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#30 My Husband Eats Apple With A Spoon

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#31 My Sister Asked For A Nintendo Switch For Christmas. Her Boyfriend Must Have Misunderstood

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#32 My Boyfriend Put Salt Instead Of Rice In The Rice Cooker, Been Wondering For An Hour Why It Was Taking So Long To Cook

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#33 Got My Boyfriend Some Nice Cookies Imported From Holland, Turns Out He’s A Monster

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#34 Husband Used My Favorite Knife As A Garden Tool

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#35 Husband Puts His Coffee Mug Next To 2 Empty Coasters

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#36 The Lights In My Boyfriend’s Bathroom

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#37 So My Sister Got Goalie Gloves For Christmas From Her Boyfriend For ‘Being A Keeper’

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#38 Wife Likes To Store Things In The Oven. I Don’t. That’s Why I Don’t Check It

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#39 My Boyfriend Leaves Empty Packages In The Fridge

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#40 My Husband Leaves A Tiny Bit In The Bottom Of Snack Bags And Puts Them Back In The Cabinet

He says he’s “saving it for later.” There are now ten bags with little or next to nothing in them. The problem is he never eats them, buys new ones, and after a few weeks I have to throw them away.

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#41 When Your Husband Says He’ll Take Care Of Lunch

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#42 The Way My Boyfriend Left His Ice Cream Cone While He Went To Pee

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#43 I’ve Waited For So Long, Then My Husband Drove The Car

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#44 How My BF Opens Cereal

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#45 My Sisters Boyfriend Cut A New Loaf Of Bread Like This

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#46 My Boyfriends Food Cupboard. I Think He Just Upends His Shopping Bags Directly In The Cupboard Rather Than Unpack

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#47 The Way My Boyfriend Eats Pizza

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#48 My Husband Never Finishes A Pack Of Gum Before Opening A New One

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#49 When Bae Put His Beer Away By Himself. What Is This Mess?

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#50 My Sister’s Boyfriend Thought A Rock, From His Backyard, Was A Good Christmas Gift For Her

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This Online Community Shares Pics Of Products That Make Its Members Say “I Need It” (50 Pics)

The subreddit r/INEEEEDIT has a pretty bold introduction. Its moderators call this online community the home to the coolest products on the internet. But once you start scrolling through its content, you realize it’s kinda accurate, too.

From cute and simple (a mop that looks like a dog) to intricate and rare (a 16th-century ring that turns into an astronomical sphere), the sub has a little bit of everything. And whether you’d actually use these items or not doesn’t even matter. You’d just love to have them.

Continue scrolling and check out some of the most upvoted posts on r/INEEEEDIT!

#1 16th Century Ring That Turns Into An Astronomical Sphere

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Even though the subreddit has grown quite a bit since its creation in 2017 and now unites 564K members, nobody on the mod team looks after it regularly. Nobody, except u/abrownn. But despite the time it takes to tidy up r/INEEEEDIT, the Reddit user found a few minutes to answer a few of our questions.

“Unconventional but utilitarian things or high-quality/craftsman-style items do the best here,” the moderator told Bored Panda and showed this straw, clock, and coffee table as prime examples.

“They are all things that already exist in other forms but they’re modified, unique, utilitarian, etc. Useless garbage items may get lots of upvotes because of the ‘cool factor’, but they’re usually eviscerated in the comments as they should be (overengineered, useless, dangerous, plastic crap, etc.).”

#2 This T Shirt

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#3 All The Hooks And Shelves You Need

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To learn more about design for another piece I did a few months ago, I contacted Nicole Phillips, who has been working in the design industry since 2005 and has a background in fine arts and advertising. Phillips specializes in logo design, branding, and package design for food & beverage, beauty, health, and interior design clients, and for each project, her work is unique and never linear.

“The design process requires research, experimentation, and even a bit of psychology,” Phillips then told Bored Panda. “When I feel frustrated with the process, I remind myself to take a step back, have fun and play. It’s those moments of play and experimentation that usually create the best results, but it’s those hours of research that help build the foundation for the final result.”

“My clients are not paying me for my time, they are paying me for my many years of experience, so if I am able to complete the design process in 5 hours rather than 5 weeks, this is a sign of my years of experience and knowledge, this is valuable,” she added.

#4 Skylight Reimagined

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#5 This Dice Roller

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#6 Julius Cesar Pencil Holder

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Trying to determine whether or not a particular design is good, many turn to Dieter Rams and his ’10 commandments.’ According to Rams, good design is innovative, makes a product useful, is aesthetic, makes a product understandable, is unobtrusive, is honest, is long-lasting, is thorough down to the last detail, is environmentally friendly, and involves as little design as possible.

Nicole Phillips agrees with the German design legend.

“Good design includes a good balance of function, form, and fun,” Phillips said. “The user shouldn’t have to try too hard to get what they need from the design. Good design isn’t just aesthetics, it should communicate well and push boundaries a bit. Good design solves problems.”

To paraphrase Don Draper from Mad Men, it’s simple but significant.

#7 This Yoda Bookend That Looks Like Yoda Is Holding The Books Up With The Force

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#8 Noise-Cancelling Dog House That Can Keep Your Pup Calm During Fireworks And Thunderstorms (A Prototype By Ford, Using Technology Created For High-End Vehicles)

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#9 These Cards

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Coming back to the sub, u/abrownn said its members aren’t really much of a community. “Posts that aren’t guerilla ads are rare which means there isn’t much r/INEEEEDIT culture to speak of, more broadly it’s plain ‘Reddit culture’ here, same with most big image-based subreddits.”

It’s not that easy to turn r/INEEEEDIT around, either. “The top mod sold his account and the subreddit several times and we’re currently held hostage by their account that’s still squatting but seemingly abandoned Reddit (it’s been almost 2 years with zero activity),” u/abrownn explained.

“After the mods ‘admonished’ them for doing so last time (they lied to the mods, we caught them soliciting the sale of the account several times on Discord and they threatened another mod who caught them doing so with a GIF of them firing a gun blindly on their property in real life), I’m the only one who checks in on the sub and cleans up the garbage, approves posts, etc. now, no other mod checks in. It’s a little stressful knowing that he could very well come back and boot us all again and sell the sub.”

However you feel about this online thriller, you have to admit that it’s quite impressive that a single person can curate all of this content and keep it so engaging.

#10 Awesome Black Out Curtains

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#11 Animal-Saving Escape Ramp For Pools. This Could Be Extremely Important For Any Animal That Could Drown In Someone’s Pool

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#12 I Think Planetary Chocolates Would Make A Great Christmas Gift

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#13 A “Book Nook” Alleyway

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#14 Home Theater Bunker

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#15 House Key

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#16 This Flash Drive That Shows How Full It Is

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#17 This Star Wars Fish Tank

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#18 Lord Of The Rings One Ring Firepit

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#19 These Dog-Themed Playing Cards

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#20 It Shows You What Colour Bin To Put Outside Your House

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#21 This Bed

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#22 A Mop That Looks Like One Of Those Dogs That Look Like A Mop

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#23 Nightmare Bed

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#24 A Charger That Sits Flat When Using So That You Don’t Bend And Break It

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#25 Rook Tower Pack-Away Chess Set

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#26 Eraser That “Transforms” Into Mount Fuji After Use

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#27 Alternative Slide To Stairs

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#28 Toothbrush Holder That Drains Into The Sink

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#29 These Loch Ness Monster Soup Ladles

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#30 This 3D Moon Lamp

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#31 I Need This Lazy Susan Fridge!

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#32 A Clock Clock

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#33 This Candle Which Makes A New Candle From Its Melted Wax

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#34 3-D Printed Faucet

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#35 This Purse

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#36 This Charging Chord Designed To Eliminate Unnecessary Slack

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#37 Sometimes The Simplest Ideas Are The Best Ones

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#38 This Wooden Robot Drinks Cabinet

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#39 Katana Earbuds

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#40 Office Swings

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#41 These Are Waterproof Socks

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#42 Adorable Penguin Egg Cooker

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#43 A Transparent Padlock To Learn How To Lockpick

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#44 Not Clean, Not Needing Washing Basket

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#45 This Inception Coffee Table

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#46 This Phone Throne

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#47 Remote Controlled Steampunk R2d2

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#48 Wooden Lamp That Looks Like It’s Burning

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#49 Radioactive Drop Nightlight

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#50 This Light

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50 Times People Absolutely Won The Food Lottery (New Pics)

Nature, Lady Luck, and Karma have a way of rewarding us with fun surprises when we least expect them. We believe that looking at photos of food is a great way to pass the time, especially as an appetizer before your next hearty meal. That’s why our gastronomic geniuses here at Bored Panda have cooked up this fun list of people winning the food lottery.

From gigantic lettuces the size of a teen and massive lemons bigger than cans of soft drinks to packs containing two ice-cream cones instead of one, we’ve got the luckiest winners who played the Food Wheel of Fortune without even realizing it. Remember to upvote your fave photos as you continue scrolling.

What’s your biggest food lottery win, dear Pandas? Let us know in the comments. Hungry for more food surprises? Be sure to check out Bored Panda’s earlier two articles about them right here and here.

We can’t expect to constantly win the food lottery or any lottery in life for that matter. British environmental psychologist and well-being consultant Lee Chambers walked Bored Panda through various strategies on how to deal with uncertainty in life, talked about why it’s problematic to believe we always have good or bad luck, and gave some spot-on advice about why we should opt for a healthier diet and try to avoid fast food. You’ll find our full in-depth interview with him below, Pandas.

#1 This Big Lettuce

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Psychologist Lee noted that we have to learn to embrace the fact that uncertainty is a part of life. There’s no running away from it. Compassion, acceptance, mindfulness, reflection, and healthy routines help us deal with uncertainty better. “When we are looking to become more tolerant of uncertainty in life, the first step we need to take is to accept that uncertainty is part of human life. As a species, we love control and predictable patterns, and have a strong response to uncertainty as a potential threat, as this is what has kept us alive as we’ve evolved,” he told Bored Panda in an interview via email.

“When it comes to becoming more cultured in dealing with uncertainty, there are a number of things we can practice. The first one is to become compassionate with yourself and express your emotions healthily. Whether we write them down, speak about them or soothe ourselves, expressing our feelings and being kind to ourselves helps to dampen the impact of uncertainty, while suppressing our emotions and feelings, or fighting against them, can make uncertainty feel more intense,” Lee explained that we have to learn to be compassionate to ourselves and to express what we feel in a healthy, mature way.

#2 A Miracle Has Occurred

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#3 Found A Perfect Salt Crystal In My Sea Salt Packet

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“We can practice acceptance that there are things we can’t control while looking to take ownership of the things we can. This makes us feel more empowered, and not waste energy trying to control things that are outside of our ability to do so, and also helps us to stop ruminating on past challenges and future worries. We can also practice being mindful in the moment, as we can always control more variables right now.”

Reflecting on past experiences can also help us learn what our triggers are. It can also help us understand how we handle uncertainty and what personal strengths and skills we used to get through it. As Lee put it, we’re far tougher than we believe. “We are often more resilient than we think we are, and we can learn a lot from how we navigated difficult times and situations when we look back with a desire to learn and grow,” he said.

Meanwhile, healthy habits also provide us with a solid foundation to tackle the uncertainty that life will throw at us. “We should also look to our routines, things that relax us and things we enjoy. We should make an effort to eat well, sleep optimally, and move our bodies, as they all help us with our emotional balance, optimism, and cognitive ability to navigate uncertainty, giving us the clarity, elevated mood, and energy to get through and be less affected,” the psychologist told Bored Panda.

#4 Giant Lemon Off Our Tree

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#5 This Butternut Squash Was Almost All Squash

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#6 This Banana Is The Size Of My Entire Forearm

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“One other thing to consider is planning for a dynamic world that is ever-changing. You can create your own method for handling uncertain situations by using many of the skills above, understanding the habits and routines that keep you grounded, and knowing who can support you if you are struggling. By finding strategies that work for you and practicing acceptance and mindfulness, we can start building our toolkit for when the going gets tough and you are unsure what’s coming next.”

Bored Panda was interested to learn whether it’s problematic for someone to have a mindset that they ‘always’ have good or bad luck in their lives. According to psychologist Lee, having a fixed mindset like that can present a whole range of challenges. “

“As human beings, we have an evolved ability to focus on decisions we have made, including those about ourselves. If we believe we always have good luck, we can start to only focus on the times when things go our way. This can cause us to take unnecessary risks and make poor decisions because we feel we will be lucky while ignoring our mistakes and not being able to learn from them.”

#7 My 5-Year-Old Found A Pack Of Fruit Roll-Ups With 2 Rolls In 1 Wrapper

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#8 My Friend’s Chicken Laid A Huge Egg With A Regular Size Egg Inside It

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#9 I Got A Bonus Roll

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However, believing that bad luck keeps following us around is also problematic and limiting. “On the other side, if we believe we always have bad luck, we can miss all the great things that are happening, worry about the future, and miss opportunities to grow and develop. We will also likely be cynical and negative about ourselves and feel hopeless because luck isn’t on our side.” What we need to do is embrace a balanced, growth mindset.

“Embracing a growth mindset around luck is great because we start to look at optimism as a skill we can build, we find a balance between when to take risks and when to be more conservative, and we get the benefits of learning from the past, being realistic about the future and taking ownership of the present.”

#10 This Kinder Egg Has Two Layers

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#11 Was Portioning Out Some Sour Patches When The Ultimate Sour Patch Boss Fell Out

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#12 Grapes My Dad Grows That Look Like Plums

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Lee revealed that food and our moods are far more closely linked than many of us realize. “Almost 90% of our serotonin, the feel-good hormone, is produced in our gut, and our gut feeling isn’t just a saying; it has a whole nervous system down there! A healthy diet gives us the energy and cognitive clarity to go out there and do our best, free from blood sugar spikes, bloating and the lethargy that comes from eating poorly. We also find it easier to move and sleep, which both have a significant impact on how we are feeling. Our food is fuel, and our brains use more of that energy than any other part of our body, so what we eat impacts how we feeling on a variety of levels,” he explained to Bored Panda.

#13 I Cracked An Egg Today And There Were Three Yolks Inside

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#14 Got The Rare Dark Chocolate With Granola Bar Flavor

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#15 Full Meal Kiwi

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The psychologist put it bluntly that we generally should avoid it. However, not all junk food is created equally. Some products are far worse than others. “I wouldn’t permit a safe level of junk food, but what I would say is that having it occasionally is not a bad thing. While I don’t think seeing it as a treat is positive, as using junk food in a rewarding way can be dangerous, finding a junk food type that we enjoy but don’t feel awful after eating is a good way to approach it,” psychologist Lee said. “With myself and my clients, I suggest that using an 80/20 healthy/favorites rule works really well as a balanced diet, and that finding the healthy food that energizes you can be an enjoyable game to undertake!”

#16 My Wife Hit The Animal Cracker Jackpot

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#17 My Ice Cream Was Completely Overfilled

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#18 This Mushroom I Found 5 Years Ago

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Meanwhile, my talented colleague Liucija previously spoke with the CEO and founder of Ugly Produce is Beautiful, Sarah Philips. They talked about the ugly produce movement and how it helps minimize food waste.

“Every year, some 2.9 trillion pounds of food never gets consumed and it’s enough to feed nearly 800 million people worldwide,” Sarah told Bored Panda.

#19 This Pizza With Way More Toppings Than Shown On The Box

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#20 This Baby Tangerine Was Hiding In A Bigger Tangerine

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#21 Found A Giant Blueberry In My Parfait

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Sarah from the Ugly Produce is Beautiful project suggested that we ask our local grocers to “bring in uglier produce to sell at a discount and support local farmers.” She noted that farmers don’t waste food and use as much of it as they possibly can.

“Farmers by nature aren’t wasters and they feed ugly produce to livestock, cook with it, and give it away, or sell it at farmers’ markets.”

#22 A Twin Banana

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#23 Found This Bunch Of Bananas In My Box Of Runts

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#24 My Corn Sprouted A Baby Corn Inside The Husk

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Luck is a very peculiar thing. Some folks seem to have it all, finding (literal or metaphorical) four-leaf clovers around every corner. Meanwhile, others seem to be bad luck ‘magnets.’ The odds of getting struck by lightning each year are roughly 1 in 1,222,000. However, these odds rise to 1 in 15,300 if you take into account the possibility of being struck over your entire life. 

#25 Jackpot

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#26 I Just Found A Super Long Mini Marshmallow

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#27 Weirdest Blackberry I’ve Ever Seen. Crested Black Satin Thornless Blackberry

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Plane crashes are, of course, horrific accidents. However, someone who has a fear of flying might feel just a tad easier knowing that your odds of dying in such a crash are only 1 in 11 million. That’s roughly the chance of dying in a tornado, the odds of which stand at roughly 1 in 13 million. (Though the odds of the latter happening increase if you take risks near tornadoes, live close to the paths tornadoes tend to take, or if you live in a mobile home.)

#28 Behold, The King Of Cereal Flakes

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#29 I Found The Legendary Garlic Bulb

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#30 Giant Puffball Mushroom My Sister Found In The Woods

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Meanwhile, the odds of winning a (regular, non-food) lottery depend on which one you’re playing. For instance, winning a prize, any prize in the Powerball are 1 in 24.9. However, if you’re aiming specifically for the jackpot, the odds then become 1 in 292.2 million. These odds become even slimmer, 1 in 302.6 million, if your goal is to win the Mega Millions jackpot.

Oh, and in case you were wondering, the chances of you finding a four-leaf clover are actually pretty good: 1 in 10k. Pity they’re not an extra ice-cream cone, right? Though we’d probably suggest going for a healthier option!

#31 I Found A Whole Oreo On The Surface Of My Ice Cream

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#32 A Big Cheese Stick

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#33 Garlic-Ception

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#34 A Whole Potato In Curly Fry Form

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#35 The Flesh To Rind Ratio Of This Watermelon

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#36 I Got 14 In My Box Of A Dozen Doughnuts

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#37 This Is The Smallest Pit I’ve Ever Seen In An Avocado

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#38 This Comically Huge Strawberry That I Purchased From The Grocery Store Today

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#39 This Massive Fry

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#40 We Ordered A Pound Of Carrots. We Got A Pound Of Carrot

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#41 Got This Abnormally Thick Dorito In An Otherwise Normal Packet

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#42 I Found An Orange Without Pith In The Middle

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#43 I’ve Grown Onions, 600 Grams Each

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#44 This Obnoxiously Large Watermelon From My Grandpa’s Garden

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#45 My Fiancé Found A Massive Ball Of Doritos Seasoning In Her Chip Bag. Chip For Reference

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#46 I Hit The Jackpot Of Pringle Flavoring. The Whole Can Is Like This

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#47 My Giant Mini Penne

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#48 This Papaya That Ended Up Having One Seed Inside

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#49 Got An Extra Wiener In My Package

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#50 Breakfast Jackpot

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People Are Sharing ‘Alternate Angles’ Of Iconic Events And Places In History, Here Are 30 Of The Best

Close your eyes, and imagine the Statue of Liberty. You’ll probably picture its gigantic size, powerful posture, its intense face, the seven spikes of its crown, the way she’s holding a torch… Even if you’ve never seen it in real life, your mind most likely has a common image of it that most people have.

Thanks to the media, popular culture and instant access to virtually any information, we all have developed common perspectives of things, places and historical events. But what if we take a look at the Statue of Liberty from a completely different angle, let’s say, the very back of its head?

Well, one excellent corner of Reddit named “Alternate Angles” may have an answer or many answers to things we see at their face value. In fact, this relatively new online community created in 2019 is dedicated to showing a whole new viewpoint of “iconic events and places in history beyond the traditional well-known photos and videos.”

The result is fresh perspectives and never-before-seen angles that prove there’s so much more than what meets the eye! Plus, scroll down for the interview with the awesome moderator team behind the Alternate Angles subreddit.

#1 Aa Of The Sphinx – It Has A Tail!

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#2 Onlookers In Horror And Disbelief As They Watch The Twin Towers Collapse On 9/11

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#3 Photo Of A Hiker Watching The Eruption Of Mt. St. Helens From Mt. Adams, About 37 Miles To The East.

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These days, when there’s so much content being shared on Reddit, it’s becoming hard to stand out from the rest of the subreddits. But the Alternate Angles subreddit proves that the internet can be an incredible place where we can all learn something new every day and expand our horizons.

With 132k members, Alternate Angles has been sharing a bunch of very interesting pics that show various objects, places, and events from unusual angles. It comes as a breath of fresh air where the dedicated and professional moderator team stands at the core of it.

#4 Bob Ross Before His Perm + Beard

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#5 Onlookers Reacting To The Explosion Of The Challenger Space Shuttle

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#6 Prince William Giving “Middle Finger” After Prince Louis’ Birth

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“The origins are really quite simple,” the mod team told Bored Panda and continued: “A comment in another subreddit of famous pictures suggested that someone should create a sub of different views of famous pictures, which led to the creation of r/AlternateAngles by u/Murkon and another Redditor who decided to step down and is no longer a moderator.”

Most importantly, we asked the moderators to explain the very concept of Alternate Angles. They said that “it can be summed up by a rule: Limit all submissions to alternate views, or unique perspectives, of well-known locations, items, people, and events. An alternate angle of your kitchen does not qualify but Gordon Ramsay’s kitchen does.”

Having said that, the moderators added that determining what is “well known” is subjective. Hence, “the occasional post of an obviously non-well-known picture slips through, but we strive to keep with the original objective.”

#7 Charles Ebbets Photographing “Lunch On A Skyscraper”, The Famous Picture Of Workers In NY Eating Their Lunch On A Hanging Steel Beam

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#8 The David Statue Protected By Bricks During Ww2

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#9 Neil Armstrong’s Family Watching His Launch To The Moon-1969

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Turns out that much harder posts to moderate are those that are fakes or photoshopped. For this reason, the team relies on “the fantastic and active user base to help out with those.”

When asked to share some of their own personal Alternate Angles posts, the moderator team said they “could have spent hours culling through thousands and thousands of posts to pick out more.” However, they picked a couple ones for our readers to enjoy: the Lincoln Memorial before the reflecting pool, recording Leo the Lion (the MGM’s iconic mascot), this alternate angle of one of the biggest tragedies in US history, and this rare view of the back panel of Mona Lisa.

#10 A More Depressing View Of The Taj Mahal

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#11 The Statue Of Liberty At The 1878 Paris World Fair Before Being Fully Assembled And Shipped To The United States

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#12 Backside Of Tutankhamuns Mask

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#13 Different View Of The Pyramids

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#14 Queen Filming The Iconic Bohemian Rhapsody Music Video In 1975

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#15 Lincoln Memorial Before The Reflecting Pool

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#16 I Have A Dream

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#17 The Tank Man Photo From The Day Of The Tiananmen Square Massacre In 1989, Uncropped

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#18 Star Wars Episode Iv Opening Crawl

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#19 The Beatles Lining Up For The Abbey Road Album Cover Photo

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#20 Tiananmen Square Before The Infamous Picture, The Guy Is In The Top Left, 1989

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#21 Lady Liberty

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#22 The Nevermind Baby Getting Out Of The Pool

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#23 North Korean Founder Kim-Il Sung Had A Baseball Sized Tumor On The Back Of His Head. North Korean Propaganda Officials Had All Photos Taken Of Him From The Left Side. This Is One Of The Few Candid Photos Of The Tumor

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#24 Sydney Opera House From Top

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#25 Alternate Angle Of The Phantom Menace

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#26 The Leaning Tower Of Pisa Is Empty On The Inside

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#27 Behind The Price Is Right Wheel

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#28 Vincent Van Gogh

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#29 Not The Typical View Of The Tiananmen Square Protests…

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#30 The Position Of The Camera Man Who Took The Picture Of The Dallas Shooter

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