When college breaks roll around, the 20-year-old Harvard University junior carves out time to create a highly detailed cake recreation of a classic painting. Then she posts photos of the finished product to her Instagram account, cleverly titled @girlwithapearlicing.
Zauzmer’s cakes can take anywhere between 12 hours and four days to complete, during which she spends long stretches of time on her feet, bent over her piece.
So, why does she do it? She tells Mashable via phone: “I really look forward to it, because, with school there’s so much work at all times, and it’s so much fun that I give myself several days where I just focus on making a cake. It’s a great way to unwind.” Read more…
Sometimes as a kid you need to miss school to do more important things, like visit The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
After missing just three days of school to attend an extremely important theme park, this kid was placed on a student attendance behavioral improvement plan, because the world is cruel and school is the worst.
The boy’s mother was forced to fill out some annoying paperwork after the absence, so she decided to use some magical words to get her kid off the hook from any wrong doing.
In the form the mother explains that her child missed school because he was attending the theme park, and when asked for specifics, she replies, “student was learning defense against the dark arts.” Read more…
Being #ForeverAlone can be even harder around the holidays – couples are constantly kissing under mistletoe, holding hands while ice skating, and worst of all, sharing their romantic holiday cards all over the internet.
So, John Olmstead, 22, from Mattoon, Illinois, decided to poke fun at a certain holiday card trope in a pretty genius way.
She’s the one whose Instagram account doubles as a modeling portfolio for her great dane. He’s the one who considers himself a doting father to his bearded collie. When you meet her for coffee, she pulls out her phone and shows you sweet photos of her dachshund splayed out across her pillow.
Evil Kermit emerged as the meme to showcase one’s innermost terrible thoughts and quickly became a rising trend. The original post began with Twitter user Anya, who used Evil Kermit to express her sentiments when she saw a fluffy dog. Read more…