Tag: funny


The TV show ‘Friends’ is basically my favourite TV show of all time.  I have the full boxset, and I’ve watched it over and over.  I pretty much know the episodes off by heart, and can say the script along with the actors.  Side note: I can be annoying to watch TV shows with.

Here are my top ten favourite quotes from Friends: (more…)

Terrible Real Estate Photos

If you guys haven’t discovered Terrible Real Estate Agent Photographs yet, then you don’t realize what you’re missing out on.  I discovered this tumblr a couple of months ago, and view it regularly.  I can easily scroll right back to the beginning and still laugh at some of the pictures that I’ve seen countless times.

The photos are real (and almost unbelievable) but the comments are what take it to a whole new level.  You can now find the creator on twitter on @BadRealtyPhotos.

Here are some (of the many) that had me laughing out loud..

realestate1realestate2realestate3realestate4realestate5realestate6Go check it out, I promise you won’t be sorry.  Except for the fact that you will say ‘ta-ta’ to your productivity levels.

Jenna Marbles Does It Again

Jenna Marbles is my hero.  Lesbihonest – I would.  If you haven’t watched her hilarious youtube clips, then you are missing out.  If you ever need to smile or have a laugh, go to her channel!

One of her latest clips is of a Photo Booth Tag challenge – using Photo Booth (on an apple device), you have to get the other person to laugh, and each time they laugh, they have to drink.

Watch the video here – this guy is amazing.  Trust me.  I laughed so hard I cried.


How Animals Give Birth

Here’s some interesting animals and how they give birth.

1. Horses

Horses are pregnant for about 11 months.  They usually ‘foal’ at night and it can take anywhere from 30 minutes up to a few hours for them to give birth.  When delivery is imminent, she will become restless and paw at the ground while lying down and getting up repeatedly.  The foal is usually born with it’s nose and front hooves first.

horse12.  Seahorses

The male seahorse carries the pregnancy (why wasn’t I born a seahorse?) and gestation usually lasts between 4 and 6 weeks.  They can release between 100 and 1000 young in one delivery, with the help of muscular contractions.  This usually occurs at night.  The young aren’t nurtured after birth, and go it alone from the start.

seahorse3.  Sharks

Some sharks lay eggs, some give birth to live young and some carry the eggs inside their bodies until they hatch.  Most sharks are ovoviviparous which means they carry the eggs inside their bodies, and give birth to live young.  Some shark pups display cannibalism by either eating the other eggs or the other embryos in the womb.  They give birth in sheltered areas, after being pregnant for around 18 months.

helpful-shark4.  Elephants

Elephants are pregnant for almost two years, and calves weigh about 120kg at birth – usually one calf for each pregnancy.  The calf will drop 2-3 feet in birth, but is cushioned by the amniotic sac that then bursts when it hits the floor.  Often, the mother will kick the calf in an effort to help it move out of the sac and avoid suffocation. Watch this.

elephant5.  Kangaroos

Once an egg is fertilised, the neonate emerges after about 33 days.  It is blind, hairless and only a few centimetres long.  It’s hindlegs are stumps, and it has to use it’s forelegs to claw it’s way through the mother’s thick hair to find the pouch (this takes about 5 minutes).  Once in the pouch, it fastens onto a teat and starts to feed.  This joey grows for about 190 days before it is ready to emerge.  It usually permanently leaves the pouch after 235 days, once it feels safe.


Things Parents Do

While their kids were asleep, these parents made these toy dinosaurs enact certain scenes so that when their kids woke up, they’d be convinced that the dinosaurs came to life at night.

This is such a clever idea, and the photos are hilarious.  My favourite is the one where the dinosaurs clean up after themselves:

dinoI found the link here.  I definitely need to do this when I have kids one day.

Wet Dogs Shaking Their Heads. Enough Said.

This made my life worth living yesterday..

A photographer in the US, Carli Davidson, has created a photo series called “Shake” which is filled with high-speed photos of wet dogs shaking their heads.  These photos have been published in a book that you can buy at Amazon.

This is the perfect coffee table book, and it is so cute!  I want!

This is my favourite photo out of all the ones I’ve seen: