The Sony World Photography Winners Of 2014...
Posted On 07/27/2014

These were the winners of the Sony World Photography Awards, a world-wide photo competition.This year, 139,554 images from 70,000 entries made it into the competition.The competition is separated into 4 major sections – Professional, Open, Student and Youth. Each category is filled with incredible submissions, and most of them are also split into sub-categories. The winner and shortlist galleries are definitely worth checking out, because whatever sort of photography you’re interested in, you’ll probably find it there. And no matter what category or sub-category they’re in, you can be assured that they’re some of the best photos that people have come up with this year.

Important Lessons We Learned From Winnie The Pooh
Posted On 07/26/2014

While Pooh is often seen as a soft-spoken and a bit dopey bear, his humbleness has lead to amazing  wisdom over the years that can teach us a thing or two. This is only a fraction of the inspiring words the story left us. Yet, it’s enough to live by.

 

 

15 Of The Classiest Things To Have Ever Happened
Posted On 07/26/2014

Being classy just comes natural to some folks or companies. I mean who doesn't want to be classy? It's what we all strive for right?

Excellent Ways To Recapture Your Childhood
Posted On 07/26/2014

Being a grown up is so lame. It's no fun and there's no balance between work and life so why not go back to golden days where silly things were so much fun?

Hysterical Thoughts Women Have While Ovulating
Posted On 07/26/2014

Ladies, we all feel for you when it's that time of the month. It can be a horrible experience. Luckily for the rest of us it can also be entertaining.

 

 

Katy Perry and Other Celebrities Looking Freakishly Fantastic With 'Nose-mouths'
Posted On 07/26/2014

Phillip Pastore started a new trend by photoshopping celebrities faces to make it look like they have a nose as a mouth, enjoy!

 

 

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