It’s time to alleviate the boredom, my friends.
Hey, hey, there’s no need to talk about it. But the fact is that you’re bored and so are we. Hopefully, we’ll be able to venture out again sooner than later and life will return to normal, but until then, we have to find ways to pass the time.
Well, we’re pretty confident that this article is a great start, because it’s packed with all kinds of interesting photos and information.
Go ahead and take a look!
1. Sleeping face down.
Isn’t nature amazing? And funny?
2. A very brave little girl.
Here she is making history.
U.S. Marshalls escorting the extremely brave Ruby Bridges, 6 years old, to school in 1960. This Courageous young girl is known for being the first African American child to attend an all-white elementary school in the South. from interestingasfuck
3. I’m behind this 100%.
I’ll say it again, we don’t deserve dogs.
4. A once in a lifetime shot.
You don’t see that very often.
5. What a cool art piece.
And a very timely one.
6. This is definitely a treasure.
Who would throw this away?
I run down an old dirt road. Trash is dumped there. One day I stopped and found a box of money. All the envelopes are different countries all over the world. Mostly date from the 1700s-1900s. The oldest is a coin from 1621. I’ve got some from countries that no longer exist. I’m still researching. from interestingasfuck
7. This is what determination looks like.
This guy is a hero to many.
On this day 40 years ago Terry Fox, a 21 year old Canadian who lost a leg to cancer, began an east to west cross-Canada run to raise money and awareness for cancer research. He ran the equivalent of a full marathon every day and made it 143 days and 5,373 km before he lost his battle with cancer from interestingasfuck
8. You are a great artist!
Keep up the good work!
9. This is simply amazing.
I had no idea fish could live that long.
Hanako, a koi fish who died at the age of 226. In 1966, two of her scales were removed and extensively studied to determine her age. She was the longest living koi ﬁsh (c. 1751 – 7 July 1977.) from interestingasfuck
10. A sign from Mother Nature.
How cool are these?
11. Never seen one of these before.
12. Wow. Science is incredible.
This looks so painful.
13. We inhabit a beautiful planet.
So let’s do our best to take care of it.
How about you?
Have you seen any really interesting stuff online lately? Yeah, you have!
So, please share some links and photos with us in the comments. Thanks in advance!
Also… we love you. So there’s that.