Pro-Vegan Guy Attacks iPhone Case Makers For Killing Animals To Make Cases, And Companys Reply Goes Viral

Leather is the material. It’s used to make clothing, footwear, furniture, automobile seats, you name it. However, while the earliest record of leather artifacts date back to at least 2200 BC, a lot of today’s consumers have boycotted goods made from this material for an ethical reason. Killing animals. A…

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Man Perfectly Explains Womens Rage Today Using Brutal Analogy So That All Men Can Finally Understand It

“Speaking on the societally-macro level, empathy has been largely a one-way street when it comes to gender dynamics,” Moxon told Bored Panda. “In my experience, women are empathetic toward men, while men tend not to be particularly empathetic toward women.” “When women tell their stories of living with danger and vulnerability,…

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Tumblr User Shares A Story How Craftsmen Helped Scientists Identify A Tool Created 50,000 Years Ago And Still Used Today

(Facebook cover image: Tim Evanson) If you paid any attention in history class, then you’ve definitely heard about a species called the Neanderthals. They lived in Eurasia about 40.000 years ago and despite being extinct for a long time, it turns out there is a certain tool that they left…

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Nude Portraits: Photographer Gets Naked, Shoots Models Reactions (20+ Pics)

“My thinking was that I’m a person who is comfortable taking photos, helping a subject feel comfortable having their photo be taken. What if I became a photographer who was uncomfortable taking photos, who was photographing a subject who was similarly uncomfortable?” Christensen told Bored Panda, stating that he wanted…

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The First McDonalds In Moscow Opened In 1990, And These 27 Pics Show How Insane It All Was

The Moscow McDonald’s initiative was a joint venture between McDonald’s of Canada and Moscow city council. A plan first envisioned when George Cohon, founder and CEO of McDonald’s Canada, met Soviet officials at the ’76 Summer Olympics in Montreal. And almost a quarter of a century later, on January 31st,…

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20+ Artists Challenge Themselves To Redraw Their Old Crappy Drawings, Prove That Practice Makes Perfect

Its rules are really simple. Artists upload side-by-side images of their earlier and current works, showcasing how much they’ve progressed. And some of the participants are even redoing their old doodles, which makes the effect of the comparison so much stronger. From realistic portraits to surreal character design, scroll down…

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This Black Guy Drew What It Was Like Being The Only Black Man In A White Office In The 60s, And Its Worse Than You Think

“As a ‘BLACK’ white collar worker having willingly and conscientiously taken an active part in America’s leading social pre-occupation… An experiment called ‘Integration’ … I feel compelled to assess my total experience and perhaps the experiences of other Blacks by saying…. ‘INTEGRATION IS A BITCH‘…,” Tom Floyd commented. #9 If…

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Man Opens Up About Unspoken Struggles Men Face, And 330,000+ People On Twitter Agree

More and more people today are speaking up about negative aspects of the stereotypical expectations of masculinity on boys and men. Twitter user Absurdistwords decided to contribute to this conversation by highlighting the importance of acknowledging that men often face the same problems as women, such as emotional trauma, depression,…

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37 Times People Discovered Surprising Things Left Inside Buildings By Previous Owners

Some of the artifacts are small, like coins hidden in the wall, while others are more permanent features to the structure of the building, such as an old well in the floor. No matter the size we can all agree it’s pretty cool to come across clues that tell us…

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