What kids can do with language is fascinating and sometimes just downright hilarious. And we’ve seen this in several blog posts before, like these children’s hilariously inappropriate spelling mistakes. Kid’s responses to questions are uniquely different in that they’re innocent and sacrasm-free. Sometimes, however, some kids turn up really genius responses that it’s hard to believe they’re coming from a kid. We have compiled really hilarious examples of kids’ answers to test questions that will make you appreciate how smart kids can be sometimes. Browse through them and let us know what you think.Continue reading “26 Genius But Hilarious Test Answers By Brilliant kids.”
Dad and photoshop master Tom Curtis documents kids’ drawings in a very creative way by turning them into real-life versions. Tom started with his own children’s drawings (Dom and Al), he later created an Instagram account called Things I Have Drawn where he shared these kinds of drawings. The account quickly gained publicity and now tops almost 900k followers. Tom receives dozens of requests weekly to be turned into reality. We have collected the most liked ones below. Be sure to check them out and let us know what you think.Continue reading “Artist Turns Kid’s Drawings Into Reality And The Results Are Hilariously Creepy. “
No other language beats German at having words for possibly every feeling and just plain everything. German’s shady technique of compounding nouns gave it a unique vocabulary that’s just a joy to use. This is why most of these words are hard to find in other languages and the best way to know what they mean is to translate them. But still, a lot of their meanings get lost in translation. While this is good for people who already speak German, it’s a pain in the neck for those trying to learn German as a second language. You don’t believe this? Here 30 hilarious reasons why German is the worst.Continue reading “12 Hilariously Long German Words.”
There is nothing exciting or amusing about a protest. People cram the streets against their will, angry most often, to express disagreement against a certain government decision or make their opinions heard about a certain issue. They protest with their voice and they put up protest signs that summarize what they stand for. We know that protests are not fun, but when fun people join them, they succeed at drawing a smile on some people’s faces. So we have combined a list of really funny protest signs spotted in different parts of the world. and we hope they draw a smile on your face too.Continue reading “23 Of The Funniest Protest Signs Ever.”
A rhyme is a repetition of similar sounds in the final stressed syllables and any following syllables of two or more words. Words that rhyme with other words are very common in English and other languages. One of the most important words ever rhymes with “wife,” and that is the word “life. There are, however, some very select few words in the English language that do not rhyme with anything. For example, you’re gonna have to invent new words if you want to rhyme “orange”. Besides orange, here are 23 other words that simply don’t rhyme with any other words.Continue reading “24 Words That Don’t Rhyme With Anything.”
The most twisted thing there is are words. Words are the building blocks of language; the thing that makes us human. The way we use words to communicate is amazingly complex. One word can mean something in a certain context, and something completely different in another context. It is this specific feature of words that makes them really tricky. There are some words that sound like they mean something nasty, while in actuality they’re little innocent words that mean no harm. Here are 22 of these words. Check them out and let us know what you think.Continue reading “22 English Words That Sound Dirty But They Actually Aren’t.”
Students won’t care who much you know until they know how much you care. That’s how high school teacher James Callahan won the utmost appreciation of his students. The Massachusetts educator at Lowell High School showed how much he cares about his profession and students by keeping a an alphabetic list of the slang words his students use at a daily basis.
The list went viral shortly after one his students shared a four-page Word document to her twitter account (aka mewtailv2). The tweet quickly garnered over 300,000 likes and 93,000 Retweets.
These slang terms are mostly used by Gen Z. We brought them here for you to scrutinize. See if how many of them do you use or understand.Continue reading “Sociology Professor Documents Slang Terms He Overhears His Students Using and It’s Hilarious.”
Probably the first thing that most people turn to before they purchase something online are the reviews under a certain product. While, most of the time the product reviews are helpful and honestly reflect the user experience with a particular product and greatly help make purchase decisions, sometimes some reviews are so sarcastic that they help with nothing but a good laugh.
Twitter user Weird Online Reviews collects online reviews that are not wholesome and that are downright weird. We have brought some of them here to laugh at and that will leave you with more questions than answers. Browse through them and let us know what you think.Continue reading “20 of The Most Hilarious Online Reviews Spotted Online.”
We’ve shared a lot of laughs before about the uniqueness of The United States, like these phases that will hear non but Americans say. Probably the most distinctive feature that sets apart America from the rest of the world is its measurement system, aka The Imperial System. While it’s an okay system to us, it proves inefficient compared to the metric system, which you will never see Americans use. Ironically they would use the first thing that comes to their minds as a measurement (e.g. washing machine, hamburger, etc). You don’t believe this? Here are 27 real life examples that will blow your mind. Kindly let us know what you think in a comment.Continue reading “27 Examples That Show Americans Will Measure With Anything But The Metric System.”
The linguistic differences and gaps between Chinese and English are so far apart that translating from one to the other can be extremely tricky. This is also why English natives find it so difficult to learn Mandarin, and the same is also true for Chinese natives. We know for a fact that translation is such a subtle skill that few people excel at. You have to have strong linguistic skills about at least two languages to be able to translate efficiently.Continue reading “31 Hilariously Bad Chinese Translation Fails.”