2. Carnival mask — apparently Venice is making a comeback so let’s help it out even more. This has always been the perfect option for those freedom lovers. I especially love the masks with loooong noses, for automatic social distance. Or, the tragic Greek masks for those willing to show us a bit of empathy!
3. Cow head —ideally a real one, easy to pick up from your local slaughter house along with a couple of traces of Cowid. Or…
Legs. To keep your legs in top shape, try running home with your shopping. You can start by attaching to yourself your supermarket basket with a day’s worth of groceries; then increasing it up to a trolley full of weekly shopping. Alternate between these to get a good cardio, all on your way back from the grocery store.
Back. Hard one to exercise but if you put those 50 kg dumbbells you never use into your backpack and carry them around, the weight will pull you back and down, thus creating that perfect conflict between you trying to stay in…
Lately, I’ve been making many discoveries. I think it’s because the leaves have fallen, trees are naked and you can see what’s been hiding behind them. Like you can now look straight into the opposite neighbours’ bedroom and find out there’s nothing going on… Here’s a few others:
I tried to go to the zoo recently but the price of the ticket didn’t get me much further than the gates. Luckily, this zoo had a free part where “people like me” could still hang out and meet plenty of exotic species (including cute waiters). Very soon it became clear that I was having way more fun in this part than I would ever have done on the inside. So here comes my photo safari.
First, the human species rolled in, in tiny cages! This parade lasted for hours, with small, large, cute, fluffy, scary, aggressive, depressive, majestic, romantic…
Curiosity is all the rage and for a good reason. It is a key ingredient of a successful life because it can take you on many adventures and open up possibilities.
Here’re some possibilities that could open up if you’re curious:
Kidnapping — I was sitting in a dodgy café when I became exceedingly curious about the three men opposite me who had been pointing in my direction and discussing me and in some strange language. I was so curious, I went over to say hi. …
100. Queue in a shop. If you live in a city where the only air-conditioned place is the supermarket, follow these simple steps. Pick the shop with the longest possible queue and join in. (Luckily you’re probably not the only one doing this so long queues should be easy to find and should only get longer with your help.) When, if ever, the queue is over, just get back in. If they notice and kick you out, go to a different shop.
3. And if you really love that supermarket and just don’t see yourself leaving, dress up as any…
Find out in no time with this simple test, tick all that apply.
He is always out at night and comes back in the morning only if hungry
He gets into fights, a lot
He sleeps all day
He likes to climb things
He screams at you when the toilet is dirty
How many times did you tell him the plant pot is not the toilet
He pretends he doesn’t know how to cook
When he eats, he makes a mess
Sometimes he draws blood
He ignores you most of the time and won’t talk back
When he does talk…
What motivates animals to leave their homes and start over in a foreign land? Today we’re sharing a few powerful migration/refugee stories told first hand that reveal the complex reality and increasing popularity of animal migration.
Jack, polar bear, 33. When his Arctic home melted, he was forced to migrate to Antarctica. On a raft with 300 other bears, they crossed the Pacific only to find out that it had melted too. He was accused of raping a seal and sent back home so now he just lives in the ocean in an old plastic bottle he found floating around…