There’s a Statue in Russia Dedicated to the Most Loyal Dog a City Has Ever Known – Leenks
This Guy Turned His Jeep Into A House On Wheels To Travel Africa For 2 Years – Caveman Circus
The top twenty most beautiful women of the 21st century – Linkiest
10 Surprising Things To Do With Ripe Bananas – Better Homes
Why Won’t My Dog Stop Licking His Paw?! – Dogster
Woman Walks Around In Body Paint All Day And No One Notices – Quirly Cues
10 Must-Have Apps For Your Smartphone to Survive Life – Radass
Top College to Freshmen: Don’t Expect Safe Spaces, Trigger Warnings – Newser
An Abandoned Orient Express Train Leaves Us In Awe As It Slowly Rots Away – Slip Talk
10 Good Reminders to Spend More Time with the Right People – Marc And Angel
Jessica Alba still looking good! – G-Celeb
Usain Bolt’s Rio Groupie Says His Dick Is Less Than Olympic Sized, ‘Male Parts Do Not Match’ – The Blemish
Marvel vs. DC : Comic Universe Battle – Gunaxin
16 Seriously Close Calls and Near-Disasters – Regretful Morning
Interesting facts about Cities in the United States (30 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
Mind Blowing Stuff That Will Blow Your Mind – Bro My God
A community filled with Black Lives Matter activists and police officers gathered together at McAdams Park in Wichita, Kansas, to have productive one-on-one discussions over burgers, hot dogs and barbeque.
The “First Steps Cookout” was suggested by Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay. It was very well received by the community and organizers, who cancelled another scheduled protest for the cookout.
About 400 people RSVP’d, but nearly 1,000 people attended the event.
“Especially after what happened in Baton Rouge, just makes it all the more painful,” said Margaret, one of the residents that attended the cookout. “But I just feel very proud of my city that there’s so many people here. It’s wonderful.”
Photos from the successful event were posted on the Wichita Police Department’s official Facebook page
The Kitsap Humane Society in the Seattle area has decided to think outside the box when it comes to getting their residents adopted. They’ve started what they call the Puppuccino Pals program.
Shelter volunteer Molly Clark takes a pup to a local Starbucks every Tuesday for a tall cold one (OK, it’s actually just a small cup of whipped cream).
The Starbucks posts signs telling guests about the “Puppuccino Pup Of The Week.” If a puppy isn’t comfortable in that type of environment, they’ll still get the exposure and their cup of whipped cream, too.
“Should a dog not be suited for an outing due to some type of limitation, Molly will take another dog on an outing, and bring a Puppuccino back,” Kimberly Cizek Allen, the shelter events and outreach assistant coordinator, told The Dodo.
Not only do the dogs get a break from shelter life and a creamy snack, they get exposure to an audience that might not otherwise visit a shelter. Learn more about this sweet program in the video below:
Your granny might knit with yarn, but this awesome granny bombs with it! Grace Brett just might be the oldest street artist in the world. At 104-years-old, the adorable great-grandmother has a passion for yarn-bombing her town. She works alongside Souter Stormers as a part of a secretive group of ‘yarnstormers’ that yarn-bombed 46 landmarks throughout the Scottish county of Borders in the last few weeks.
In an interview with Press And Journal Grace explained, “I thought it was a really good idea to decorate the town and enjoyed having my crochet included. I liked seeing my work showing with everyone else and thought the town looked lovely.”
The series of yarn-bombing across Selkirk, Borders required lots of planning and prepping, as evident by the exquisite knitted creations left in the most clever places.
Grace’s 74-year-old daughter Daphne said of her dear mother, “She has always knitted and crocheted all through her life. She has always done all the knitting for the babies and made shawls.”
The Souter Stormers recently yarn-bombed Selkirk for the YES Arts Festival, largely thanks to inspiration gained through Grace. Kay Ross, a spokesperson for the Souter Stormers said, “The yarnstormers, a group of mixed age range, have been inspired by Grace to use their creative and artistic skills to transform the Selkirk landscape. Grace has confirmed that age is no barrier to participating in a contemporary project.”
65 travel experiences to have while you’re alive and breathing – Leenks
A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About – Caveman Circus
Clever Seal Goes to Desperate Lengths to Dodge Killer Whales – Newser
The Best Hacks For Getting Rid Of Weeds In Your Lawn – Better Homes
45 beauty tips from people who make celebs look stunning – Linkiest
I Bought a Couch Just For My Dog – Dogster
6 Toxic Relationship Habits Most People Think Are Normal – Thought Catalog
Brutal But Deserving Punishments That Rapists Get In Different Countries – Quirly Cues
He Turned A $50 Mobility Scooter Into A Tiny Jeep For His Daughters – Slip Talk
Emilia Clarke, Charlotte McKinney and Other Random Ladies – G-Celeb
If Only Adults Could Say The Hilarious Insults Kids Get Away With (30 Photos) – Radass
Cat allows dog to clean her in the spots she can’t reach, and it’s adorable – Rare
18 Ridiculous Luxury Home Movie Theaters – Regretful Morning
Courtney Cox Regrets All the Work She’s Done to Her Face – The Blemish
Meet Martin Studer, the world’s best postman. On his route, he encounters Pippa, a dog who must bring her family mail every single day.
But what happens when there’s no mail? Well, Studer said he has to “improvise” when it comes to what to give her. So, Studer writes Pippa her own mail. Is there a best postman award out there?