Snel Overzicht


  • The Mugshot Game
    The Mugshot Game The Humor Website Smoking Gun Brings you a hilarious Mugshot game where your task is to match the arrest mugshot with the crime they committed. Choose from loads of different offenders and line ups and test your gut instinct. A brilliant time waster to cure your boredom... Read more »
  • Pointer Pointer – Have fun With Your Cursor
    Bored? Have Some Fun With Pointer Pointer Here at we have dedicated this website to the bored people of this world. We want to shout this out from the rooftops…”Enough is enough, stand up with your heads held high, no more are we going to let you take this... Read more »
  • The Meat of the Matter: Can You Eat Pig Latin?
    The Meat of the Matter: Can You Eat Pig Latin? Language is such an amazing communication system. The ability to convey and solicit information and express thoughts about various subjects is something unique to humans alone. Human beings speak so many languages—what you understand may sound like gibberish to others.... Read more »
  • Central Park Virtual Tour
    Central Park Virtual Tour Whatever you are doing, stop right there. (Actually, you’re probably not doing very much if you’re here…). It seems to me you’re feeling very bored, how about going on a tour? One that involves not moving a muscle, apart from your finger on your mouse. Fancy... Read more »
  • Feeling Bored? Here Are Some Word Games That Can Help
    Feeling Bored? Here Are Some Word Games That Can Help Although living in today’s world is unlike any other experience that past generations have had because of modern technology and a growing array of activities, the reality is that it’s still easy to get bored. Furthermore, with the COVID-19 pandemic... Read more »
  • The Corgi Orgy – A Dog Lovers Dream
    The Corgi Orgy I’M BORED…you think to yourself. What on earth can I do? I have read every WhatsApp message 10 times over. There is nothing on daytime TV. There surely must be other things to do online.  Well hold it right there. Here we have a  real gem of... Read more »
  • Twitch TV – See People Play Video Games Online
    Welcome To Twitch TV Here we have a website that some people will absolutely love and some people will really hate. It’s called If you’re a gamer, you’re bored or if you’re stuck in your own game you are playing, maybe you can see if you can find on... Read more »

    Erik Deckers' Laughing Stalk

  • You Think You're Better Than Me?
    "Hey, Kid, do you think you're better than me?"Absolutely, hands down, I said. Why do you ask?Kurt sputtered and choked on his beer, and I clapped him on his back. We were at Klompen, our favorite Dutch-themed bar, to watch Dutch baseball (Honkbal, as they call it) on satellite TV.... Read more »
  • Some People Never Learned to Apologize and It Shows
    Some people are terrible at apologizing, and it shows that your parents either did a poor job teaching you, or you're just a terrible human being.I'm sorry, that was not a nice thing to say. I know that I hurt your feelings, and I will do my best to never... Read more »
  • I Was Attacked by a Wild Beast Last Week
    I have never truly been afraid for my life until this past week when I was attacked by some sort of savage poison dart frog outside my own home. It had sharp fangs and long claws, like some kind of saber-tooth poison dart frog.Florida is home to some rather nasty... Read more »
  • Play Awkward Silence Chicken and Other Road Trip Ideas
    Now that the pandemic is nearly over — or people are at least more comfortable with killing strangers by going maskless — we need to scratch our vacation itch. People are getting vaccinated, booking reservations, and making up fake medical excuses for why they and only they can't breathe through... Read more »
  • Tacos Are a Comfort Food Until They Kill You
    Comfort food is called comfort food for a reason: It's comforting.Which means it's not for being healthy, responsible, or doing those things your doctor said you needed to stop (or start) doing at your age.It's not a kale smoothie, cucumber salad, or rice cakes with olive hummus.If you've spent 30... Read more »
  • Falling Leaves, a Fire Pit, and a Fireman
    (Occasionally, I'll accept guest posts from writer friends. This is one is from my friend, Randy Clark, who's the Director of Communications at TKO Graphix in Plainfield, Indiana.)Our backyard is at the bottom of a wooded hill. When autumn arrives, the leaves fall, covering our yard. I don't mind. It's... Read more »
  • British Lecturer Wins £15K After Being Fired Over Too Many Question Marks
    Are British academics too easily frightened and intimidated?Two years ago, I wrote a column about how Leeds University told their lecturers not to overuse the words "do" and "don't," or to write in ALL CAPS so as not to startle the skittish fawns in the school's journalism department.Departmental administrators said... Read more »


  • Be Grateful For Those Outside Catalysts That Push You Over the Edge
    Recently I was on a podcast and the host asked me what led me to take the plunge and work for myself. As much as I wanted to say I just had the courage and “did it,” that wasn’t the only thing. Granted I think I would have left my... Read more »
  • Refrigerated McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets at 9am
    Yup, that’s the breakfast of champions. This is what my 8 year old and 5 year old sons were having for breakfast the other day. Now, many of you may think to yourselves “what a crappy parent” this guy must be. Rightfully so.  McDonald’s isn’t exactly healthy for anyone let... Read more »
  • I Don’t Understand People Who Don’t Go To the Doctor
    I recently visited my cardiologist.  It was the first time I’d been there in over 2 years. It’s not as if I was avoiding see my doctor.  COVID kind of put a stop to a lot of my out of house visits. But I knew that the second I was... Read more »
  • Getting Up To Pee in the Middle of the Night Isn’t That Bad
    At least once a night I have to get up to take a piss. When it first started happening I didn’t know what the hell was wrong. But as time went by and I did more research I realized it was just part of getting older. When you get older... Read more »
  • If I Had to Do the Last 48 Hours Again I Wouldn’t Change a Thing
    I just bought a website.  There are a ton of processes that go into it. Essentially you have a checklist of things you need to do. While some things are in your control, there are tons of things that are not.  TONS. Rather than get into the annoying details of... Read more »
  • One of The Most Underrated Things in Everyone’s Lives
    Over the years I’ve learned plenty of things or “hacks” if you will, to improve my life. I mean, we all do. We try to better our careers, personal relationships, health, you name it. The things that we hold most dear never leave our minds and some of us do... Read more »
  • Don’t Forget to Try to Complete Some of Your Incompletes
    Recently my family and I spent the day checking out Sagamore Hill (the place Teddy Roosevelt lived). On our way there we passed through some extraordinary neighborhoods. As we drove through I just couldn’t shake this feeling of wanting to live in one of these neighborhoods. Granted I absolutely love... Read more »

    Trending Views

  • Male inmate caught on video brutally assaulting female custody assistant
    A male inmate somehow became unsecured and then brutally assaulted a female custody assistant, punching her repeatedly and knocking her down.The attack didn't last long, but it appears to have left it's mark. It's unclear if the attacker will face any new charges or disciplinary action, but it seems like... Read more »
  • Carlson: smug liberals are 'Horrified' that Mayoral Candidate may carry gun in crime-ridden city
    Tucker Carlson targets smug liberals are acting horrified that a mayoral candidate wants to carry a gun in a crime-ridden NYC.The candidate is Eric Adams and Tucker Carlson goes through his announcement for mayor while targeting the liberals who reacted in horror.Eric Adams sounds like he wants to make New... Read more »
  • Graham reveals biggest mistake Republicans can make
    Sen. Lindsey Graham is now revealing the biggest mistake the Republican Party can make. Graham went on Hannity's show to discuss it and asked Republicans in general if they can move on without Trump.Graham then answered his own question and explained why that answer is a bold NO.Graham said people... Read more »
  • School board member struggles to breathe while defending masks for students
    In today's version of "you can't make this stuff up" we have what appears to be a school board member defending masks for students.However, there's a catch. She sounds like she can barely breathe through her own mask.She's not making a very good argument as she sounds like she's getting... Read more »
  • AOC reveals she was a 'Planned Parenthood baby' and defends the group
    Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez reveals that she was a "Planned Parenthood" baby and defends the group.Planned Parenthood is one of the most criticized companies in America with Democrats often supporting it and Republicans often against it.This video is part of her thoughts on Planned Parenthood and Fox News provided more... Read more »
  • This is escalating: Man pulls bat, then Antifa whips out a knife and threatens to use it
    Here's a situation escalating right in front of the cameraman's face.They start off talking, but then someone gets a little too close and the one guy pulls his bat up like he's ready to use it. He tells them to back up, but they keep approaching and he keeps backing... Read more »
  • Former Marine called a Hero after taking down suspect of heinous crime
    People in Savannah, Georgia, just got themselves a new hero! They're calling Damian Austin a hero after he detained a rape suspect accused of doing the crime in a Kroger bathroom.The incident where Austin took down the suspect, a 25-year-old named Gregory Hathorne, was all caught on video.Austin might say... Read more »


  • Milton Glaser Quotes to Appreciate Design in Life
    In June 2020, designer Milton Glaser left the world, prompting everybody in design to look back on his life as a visionary. He is most famous for creating the iconic... The post Milton Glaser Quotes to Appreciate Design in Life appeared first on BlazePress.... Read more »
  • These Solar Panel Flowers Will Brighten Up Your Summer!
    When people think of solar power, they often envision huge open fields with solar panels or futuristic smart houses with sleek and modern designs. While these provide the efficiency and... The post These Solar Panel Flowers Will Brighten Up Your Summer! appeared first on BlazePress.... Read more »
  • Bionics: 2 Recent, Key Moments in the Technological Evolution of the Human Body
    Bionics is a term that has been gradually growing in use and significance for a little over half a century – and, perhaps more importantly, one that has been evolving... The post Bionics: 2 Recent, Key Moments in the Technological Evolution of the Human Body appeared first on BlazePress.... Read more »
  • This Artist’s Finger Painting Technique Will Blow Your Mind!
    Seeing artwork that blows your mind away is a wonderful experience, even for those who don’t consider themselves aficionados or experts. Here, we feature an artist whose fingerpainting art can... The post This Artist’s Finger Painting Technique Will Blow Your Mind! appeared first on BlazePress.... Read more »
  • This Must-See Sculpture is a Real Life Stairway to Heaven
    While most people immediately associate art with two-dimensional paintings, something can’t quite replicate the captivating nature of sculptures. Whether they are small busts or gargantuan pieces put on display, a... The post This Must-See Sculpture is a Real Life Stairway to Heaven appeared first on BlazePress.... Read more »
  • 35 Tattoos That You’ll Love to the Moon and Back
    Moon tattoos are timeless. Most people have thought of getting a moon tattoo some time in their lives, and it can make one wonder why this symbol is so captivating.... The post 35 Tattoos That You’ll Love to the Moon and Back appeared first on BlazePress.... Read more »
  • Finding Light on the Dark Side: Stained Glass Star Wars Masterpieces
    A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, someone created the very first Star Wars memorabilia and fan art. Who it was and what they created is something... The post Finding Light on the Dark Side: Stained Glass Star Wars Masterpieces appeared first on BlazePress.... Read more »

    Green Humour

  • Caecilian Mothers Day
    The Taita African Caecilian, like many other caecilians, grows a special layer of skin to provide nutrition to her 'matriphagous' young. A very happy Mothers' Day to the tastiest, I mean loveliest moms around the world! Comic from my column with The Hindu.(Even though India has many endemic caecilians, I... Read more »
  • Inspiring Environmental Leadership from Around the World
    Inspiring environmental leadership from around the world, featuring Costa Rica's Carlos Alvarado Quesada, New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern, Belize's Johnny Briceno, and India's UN Champion of the Earth! Cartoon from my column with The Hindu.... Read more »
  • Similarities between the Sand Bubbler Crab and Bill Watterson
    Some similarities between the Sand Bubbler Crab and Bill Watterson. A tribute to one of my favourite cartoonists on World Cartoonists' DayFrom my Roundglass Sustain column.... Read more »
  • Cartoons for the International Red Cross Red Crescent
    Cartoons done for a Cartoonstock Cartoonathon for a Red Cross Red Crescent seminar that discussed the advantages and drawbacks of using artificial intelligence and technology for humanitarian aid work in conflict zones, moderated by Samantha Vuignier, and with fellow-cartoonists Rebeka Ryvola and Kendra Allenby for company. ... Read more »
  • COVID Resurgence and the Government of India
    COVID resurgence and the Indian government's environmental response to a zoonotic disease. Comic from my column with Sunday Mid-Day. Completing 5 years of publishing Green Humour on Sunday Mid-day today.... Read more »
  • Honk Kong Terracotta Corals
    Researchers in Hong Kong are using 3-d printed terracotta tiles to revive coral reefs in polluted waters! Comic strip from m Sunday Mid-Day column. ... Read more »
  • Cuttlefish Marshmallow Test
    The Common Cuttlefish has recently passed the Marshmallow Test, making it the first known invertebrate to possess the virtue of self control! Comic from my column with The Hindu. ... Read more »

    The WOW Report

  • #BornThisDay: Ultimate Hustler, Denham Fouts
    May 9, 1914 – Denham Fouts “Denny was about the most beautiful boy anybody had ever seen. His skin always looked as if it had just been scrubbed; it seemed to have no pores at all, it was so smooth.” Cabaret singer Jimmie Daniles (1908 – 1984) Born in Jacksonville,... Read more »
  • #RIP: Bo Obama
    The Obamas announced Saturday that their beloved family dog Bo had died. Former first lady Michelle Obama said in a statement posted to Instagram, “This afternoon was a difficult one for our family. We said goodbye to our best friend —our dog, Bo — after a battle with cancer.” The Obama family... Read more »
  • Watch Big Freedia and Elohim Slay in the New “Strut” Music Video
    Elohim and Big Freedia are showing us how it’s done in their new video for “Strut.” The song will appear on the upcoming four-part EP, Journey to the Center of Myself, which will be released over the course of the year. “If you walk into the 7/11, you better make that motherfucker look... Read more »
  • John Barrowman Admits to Exposing Himself (Often) on the Set of “Dr. Who” Calling it “Tomfoolery” (Not Everyone Agrees…)
    Actor John Barrowman admitted to “tomfoolery” after accusations were leveled that he regularly expose himself on the set of Doctor Who. The 51-year-old openly gay actor responded to a 2014 video from a Sci-Fi convention that resurfaced last week. In it, actor Noel Clarke says when they worked together on the hit... Read more »
  • This Brit Frontline Worker Quit His Job, Joined OnlyFans & Made His Yearly Salary in 3 Weeks…
    James Cowe, a 23-year-old gay man, quit his six-year-long job as a healthcare assistant to pursue OnlyFans full-time. He told PinkNews after government’s proposed one percent pay raise to nurses he left his job. “With the pressure from the coronavirus pandemic causing all healthcare industries huge amounts of strain, I felt unappreciated and actually... Read more »
  • #BornThisDay: Red Cross Founder, Henri Dunant
    May 8, 1828 – Henri Dunant: “Where has humanity gone?“ When you think of a famous humanitarian who do you think of? Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Oskar Schindler, Mother Teresa? The soon to be single Bill Gates? Most people probably don’t think of gay Swiss businessman Henri Dunant, but I think... Read more »
  • Watch Tia Kofi’s New Music Video for “Look What You’ve Done”
    RuPaul’s Drag Race UK star Tia Kofi is serving ’70s baddie in the new music video for “Look What You’ve Done,” her new infectious pop banger and it’s absolutely stunning! Watch the music video below:... Read more »

    This is True

  • mp3090: Rescuing Uncommon Sense
    An astonishing example of Uncommon Sense in a rescue, with some practical advice that could save your life. Read more »
  • Florida Man: Not a Recent Phenomenon
    An academic’s “history” of “Florida Man” makes some startling — and completely wrong! — claims about how the “Florida Man meme” got started online. No, it wasn’t in 2012, or even the “mid-2000s”!... Read more »
  • Time for Fax Machines to Die
    It’s time for us to move beyond fax machines, which are still in wide use in healthcare. If you’re an American who has been prescribed a drug in the past several years, it’s extremely likely your doctor sent that prescription to the pharmacy via fax “technology.” This was sparked from... Read more »
  • Peckertrace: Little Boys Will Be Little Boys
    You've seen them before: now there's a word for them.... Read more »
  • What It’s Like to…
    I’ve Always Liked the “Inside” Stories — What It’s Like to… Save a Life. Be a Surgeon. Pave a Road. Of course, people wonder about a lot “negative” things too — Become Paraplegic. Serve on a Murder Jury. Survive a Family Member’s Suicide. Wondering “What It’s Like” to be or... Read more »
  • mp3089: The Deserved Death of “Doctor Knows Best”
    “Doctor knows best,” the saying went. While delivered as reassurance, its real meaning was much more sinister, as I’ll explain. This is the story of the final nail in that idiom’s coffin because really, it was a lie all along. The crazy thing is, that didn’t happen all that long... Read more »
  • mp3088: The Fruits of Her Labor
    “Success came because I never saw obstacles” — an Uncommon Sense approach to life, let alone business. Show Page: Read more »


  • Ohio senator uses Zoom background to try to hide the fact he's driving
    On the same day a distracted driving bill was introduced, state Senator Andrew Brenner participated in a government video meeting while driving. While that's ironic enough, the best part was that he used a Zoom background to try and disguise the fact he was driving. Because, ya know, everybody wears... Read more »
  • This guy perfectly captures what every conversation for the next three months will be like
    I've already had this exact conversation more than once and I guarantee by the end of the month I'll have had it again. The only solution is to never actually leave my home even after the pandemic is over which, honestly, is kind of what I was planning anyway. I've... Read more »
  • This lunatic made a whip out of large chains
    This topless lunatic made a whip out of large chains and it looks like he stepped out of an anime. Also, it looks like he almost exploded his own head with that first whip. I mean, I'm not a whip expert or anything but I'm pretty sure the whip isn't... Read more »
  • These Signal ads were banned by Instagram and Facebook
    The encrypted chat app Signal tried to use Instagram ads to display the data Facebook collects about you and sells access to. Facebook obviously wasn't having any of it and decided to just shut down their ad account instead. Here are some of the ads people would've seen, and they're... Read more »
  • Royal Marines board a ship using a jet pack
    The Royal Marines recently ran an exercise testing the $440,000 Gravity Jet Suit to aid in boarding operations and it looks like something out of a James Bond movie. Obviously the future is going to be super annoying when every pizza delivery person is flying around in a jet pack,... Read more »
  • Icelandic volcano eruption filmed from home in Reykjavík
    That volcano in Iceland that started erupting after 800 years? Well it's still erupting. I went to my balcony to film again after hearing there were really huge lava fountains spewing around midnight local time, and lo and behold I caught the 2 biggest ones, filmed around 2am Sunday, May... Read more »
  • Testing chess champion Magnus Carlsen's insane memory
    Possibly the greatest chess player of all time, Magnus Carlsen, was quizzed on his incredible memory by seeing if he could identify matches based purely on the layout of a chess board. World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen is put to the test by English Grandmaster David Howell! How many games... Read more »