45 Funny Times The Comments Were Better Than Our Pictures

We all know that the comment section under any post on the Internet can easily turn into a dark place. From people going wild over someone’s opinion they don’t agree with, to completely pointless and highly unnecessary insults – it’s easy to notice how rude we often treat each other online. However, let’s not ‘cancel’ the comments section just yet, instead let’s celebrate the commenters who manage to make any content on the Internet even better. We here at Bored Panda noticed how creative, funny and wholesome our readers are. So to celebrate your wit, we decided to compile a list of some of the best and most upvoted comments we’ve encountered on our page. Scroll below to read them …

This Instagram Is So Satisfying It Will Give You An Eyegasm (30 New Pics)

“I grew up fascinated with art history, so it seemed natural to want to create my own art,” he told Bored Panda. “Instead of traditional painting and sculpture, I wanted to use materials that reflected the time I live in, which is why I use everyday objects.” #1 Food is arguably his most common choice. “Unlike more permanent mediums, food is transitory, and can only be preserved through methods such as photography,” Adam explained. “Because I use Instagram as my way of exposing my work to a larger audience, I use food because it is something that is unique to photography because it can only be experienced through reproduction, unlike painting or sculpture which are better experienced in person and …

Guy With Depression Shares The Hidden Messages His GF Leaves For Him, And 292k People Love Them

AshciR’s incredible story touched a lot of internet users’ hearts and it went viral. It racked up over More info: AshciR AshciR AshciR His girlfriend is very kind-hearted and has a good sense of humor AshciR AshciR AshciR AshciR AshciR AshciR AshciR AshciR AshciR AshciR explains that SAD is a “subtype of depression or bipolar disorder that occurs and ends around the same time every year.” While SAD mostly starts in autumn, there are cases when people suffer from it even in spring or summer. Around 1 in 20 people living in the United States experience seasonal depression; and around 80% of those affected by SAD are women. This type of depression occurs when you get very little sunlight. Naturally, …

We Asked Photographers From All Around The World What Love Meant To Them, And Here Are Their Responses (40 Pics)

When it comes to defining what love means, each one of us can have a unique definition. These 50 photographers have shared their unique points of view around ‘Love’ and have been selected as finalists among more than 15,093 submissions in the #Love2019 Photo Contest by AGORA images, a free-to-use photography app that has been awarding the world’s biggest prizes in global photo contests since 2017. More info: #21 Love Electric kiss in Germany by @wunderbuilder 17 reply View More Replies… #22 Love Is Love Beautiful moment between this couple in Madrid, by @evablanco 11 reply #23 Hasta El Fin De Los Tiempos Eldery couple in the Sucre Province, Peru. Times are hard, because he’s been suffering from dementia – …

Family Accidentally Texts Baby News To Complete Strangers, They Pay Them A Visit And Bring Gifts For The Baby

However, that didn’t stop him and his brother, Deorick, from congratulating the new parents in person anyway. Yung Rich told Daily Mail Online that his mother didn’t realize she was inviting a stranger up to the room where he and his wife were caressing their new baby boy: “The reason it happened was my cousin had a new phone and I guess those boys ended up with her old number.” Yung Rich “[My mother] thought she was still talking to my cousin, that’s who she thought she was talking to,” Mark added. “I don’t think we would have randomly invited them over but we appreciate it and the gifts. You don’t hear about much compassion in the news anymore.”

This Woman Gives Tips on How to Treat a Loved One During A Depression Episode

With around 300 million people suffering from depression worldwide, chances are that someone close to you is affected by this condition too. Sadly, the stigma surrounding mental illness is still very common, so it prevents people not only from seeking help but also to avoid talking about their ailment to family members and friends. Despite depression being one of the most common mental illnesses, those who have never experienced it don’t have the means and knowledge of how to support and help their loved ones. This only furthers the social isolation that depressed people might be already experiencing. So, now you are probably wondering what can you do to help someone with depression? Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image …

23 Hilarious Fish That Got Shamed Publicly For Being Naughty

Probably most of us love our pets absolutely unconditionally, whatever they are – cats, dogs or… Fish? You read it right! While both cats and dogs get loads of attention all over the internet, fish owners decided they are no lesser than the latter. Having that in mind, someone thought what could better get the attention of people all over the Internet if not some good old shaming posts. Remember? We here on Bored Panda had a good share of laughs, going through these cat and dog shaming posts, so let’s give it a go with these terribly naughty fish as well. Scroll down to see all the little criminals! #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 …

Artist Creates Modern Landscapes In His Unique Abstract Style (13 Pics)

Jason Anderson, from Dorset in England, began his art career working on restoration projects like York Minster, Gloucester and Wells cathedrals as part of a stained glass apprenticeship. These famous old cathedrals boast some of the world’s most intricate and beautiful stained glass in the world, so it is no surprise that Jason’s paintings take some inspiration from their kaleidoscope of colors and shapes! Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: “This creates two experiences… from a distance, it’s a scene – but up close it’s all about the shapes and color.” Jason Anderson “Using a knife also allows me to create bold straight lines that give each structure strength and impact – especially when they blend into a smooth background. …

This Aquarium Picks The Naughtiest Penguin Of The Month, And The Crimes Are Too Funny (New Images)

Those naughty penguins are at it again! Last year, we introduced you to a group of penguins from the National Aquarium of New Zealand. As you probably already know, they are out of control. From pushing each other from the pier, stealing one another’s dinner, or just being outright obnoxious, these water birds were mercilessly shamed for their deeds on the zoo’s Facebook page. However, as you can suspect, it didn’t help. These penguins are not planning on fixing their ill ways anytime soon, and, to be honest, we love it! Because not only are they cute, but they are also hilarious! So we couldn’t resist but share more of the penguins’ crimes and of course, let’s celebrate their good …

7 Side-By-Side Pics Of The Same Exact Locations In England Show What 125 Years Do To A City

If you were given one travel ticket to any time and place in the past, where would you go? And whilst we can’t say we’ve invented the time-traveling machine, this is as close as we can get if your choice was Victorian England. The world is rapidly evolving and the only visual reminder about the past is captured in the archive images. On Stride took it even further and juxtaposed historical photos of seven English cities from the end of the 19th century and modern times. By comparing photos taken in the same exact place, the project shows how these cities have transformed in the past 125 years from architecture to lifestyle and even fashion trends. Some graceful historical buildings …

Someone Modified A Roomba To Curse When It Bumps Into Things And Its Hilarious

If you, like me, were unfamiliar with the name ‘Roomba,’ it is one of those robot vacuum cleaner thingys, which are now much more common and popular than I realized. Apparently, I’m still stuck in the middle ages, vacuuming away in analog like a absolute sucker. Image credits: Michael Reeves, known for his colorful language and clever but ultimately pointless robots, decided to take a different approach, however, by responding to his followers’ requests to make a Roomba that screams and curses when it bumps into stuff. After some unusual engineering, Michael Reeves created a monster iDubbbz, LilyPichu to lend their voices and inspiration to the project. Eventually, they come up with a whiney, potty-mouthed machine full of self-pity and existential …

30 Girls With A Sense Of Humor Who Showed How Different The Same Person Can Be In A Photo (New Pics)

Because although a brief skim through Instagram might leave you feeling that everyone is just perfect except for you, nothing is further from the truth! Even the most attractive people can quite easily ‘uglify’ themselves, and this is celebrated on the subreddit #2 Move Over Fiona #3 My Mother Told Me I Shouldn’t Keep Posting This Just In Case A Boy Saw. Helloo, Boyz This rural English tradition now has it’s own World Championships, with people coming from across the globe to try and win the title of ugliest face. Traditionally gurners frame their faces with a horse collar, in a procedure that is known as “gurnin’ through a braffin’. A typical gurn involves projecting the lower jaw as far …

Dozens Arrested In NYC As ‘Jews Against ICE’ Protesters Hit The Streets Across The Nation

Tisha B’Av took to the streets Sunday to protest the treatment of immigrants by the Trump administration. Dozens were arrested in the Protesters gathered elsewhere in Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, “We are demanding an end to this unfolding modern-day catastrophe,” T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, one of several groups that participated in the protest. concentration and “migrant camps.”  “Congregation Beit Simchat Torah in New York told Haaretz. “Public outcry, especially in our modern age, can really change attitudes, and change policy. This is a deeply Jewish thing to do.” also wanted to share our anger.” REAL LIFE. REAL NEWS. REAL VOICES. Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard.

Green MP criticised over all-female cabinet plan

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionCaroline Lucas tells the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire why she wants an all-women cabinet A Green Party MP has been criticised after suggesting an all-women “emergency cabinet” could meet to try to stop a no-deal Brexit. Writing in the Guardian, Caroline Lucas said the cross-party group, formed of 10 female politicians, could “bring a different perspective”. Ms Lucas said the cabinet could organise another EU referendum if the PM is defeated in a no-confidence vote. But cabinet minister Liz Truss criticised the plan as sexist. Ms Lucas – a former leader of the Green Party – has also apologised after receiving criticism for only inviting white women to sit on her proposed group. …

King’s Cross developer defends facial recognition

In a statement, developer Argent said it used cameras “in the interest of public safety” and likened the area to other public spaces. “These cameras use a number of detection and tracking methods, including facial recognition, but also have sophisticated systems in place to protect the privacy of the general public,” it said. A spokeswoman declined to say what those systems were, how long the facial recognition had been in operation or what the legal basis was for its use, as is required under European data protection law. Potential for inappropriate use In addition to the National Rail, London Underground and Eurostar stations, King’s Cross is home to a number of restaurants, shops and cafes, as well as offices occupied …