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It Seems Like Everyone I Know Has Had A Crazy Year, Here Is Mine In 32 Comics

It Seems Like Everyone I Know Has Had A Crazy Year, Here Is Mine In 32 Comics

I'm a self-taught artist living in New York City and it seems like everyone I know has had a crazy 2019. Well, I barely survived mine. Here is my 2019 highlights in drawings to celebrate the end of the year!

I'm a self-taught artist living in New York City and it seems like everyone I know has had a crazy 2019. Well, I barely survived mine. Here is my 2019 highlights...

80 Photos That Prove 2015 Wasn’t The Worst Year After All

80 Photos That Prove 2015 Wasn’t The Worst Year After All

2015 is almost over, and while many in the media have focused on the negative, readers of Bored Panda know that there were many good things that happened this year. Yes, politicians continue to start new wars, but it's up to...

2015 is almost over, and while many in the media have focused on the negative, readers of Bored Panda know that there were many good things that happened this year. Yes,...

Watch 1,650 Mousetraps Set Off A Massive Ping-Pong Ball Chain Reaction

Watch 1,650 Mousetraps Set Off A Massive Ping-Pong Ball Chain Reaction

In case fireworks aren't your thing, there's another great way to ring in the new year – by setting off thousands of armed mousetraps with ping-pong balls in an explosive video like this one! The dramatic launch of the initiating ping-pong...

In case fireworks aren't your thing, there's another great way to ring in the new year – by setting off thousands of armed mousetraps with ping-pong balls in an explosive video...

A 92-Year-Old Grandmother Creates A Spectacular Collection Of Embroidered Temari Spheres

A 92-Year-Old Grandmother Creates A Spectacular Collection Of Embroidered Temari Spheres

A 92-year-old Japanese woman's amazing collection of painstakingly-crafted traditional Japanese temari handballs has been unveiled to the public for the first time – and it's all thanks to her granddaughter, Flickr user NanaAkua. Apparently, her grandmother learned the technique of this...

A 92-year-old Japanese woman's amazing collection of painstakingly-crafted traditional Japanese temari handballs has been unveiled to the public for the first time – and it's all thanks to her granddaughter, Flickr...

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