This project seems sort of clever, but it’s also very stupid. Someone decided to create a room divider by purchasing multiple tape measures, attaching them to the wall, and extending the tape down to the floor. So you can extend the tape as long as you want. This lets you make different patterns with the tape. Sure, it’s kind of cooler than having a traditional curtain. But if you worked in this office, you would quickly get tired of this. And it was probably a lot more expensive to put together than just hanging up a traditional curtain. This is a total DIY fail in our book.
Some people swear by stepping on a tennis ball to improve circulation and stimulate blood flow to the arch of your feet. There are actually several different types of pain-relieving things you can do with tennis balls. So, it’s kind of logical. There is an actual purpose behind this chair. But when it’s taken out of context and used as decor in a juice shop, it’s truly random. The caption of this photo said, “Saw this at a juice shop. Sat in it for a little bit. Feels exactly how you’d expect.” Maybe they put it there as an Instagram-worthy thing for people to photograph. Otherwise, it was just a weird decision to put it in a retail setting.
The caption of this photo says, “NOT A MOVIE SET! I have been so fascinated by this house for years and they finally took down the facade THE DAY AFTER I GOT A GOOD PICTURE! Had to share!” Wow, this is truly crazy. It’s like they wanted a new house without actually paying for the full construction price. But what do their friends and family think when they come over to visit? One of the top comments said, “Not sure where this is but in DC lots of developers do this. If you tear down an entire building, it’s a new development. If you tear down everything except the facade and a foot of wall on either side it’s a “renovation” and taxed way lower.” You learn something new every day.
We saved the absolute best (or worst) for last. It really speaks for itself. This life sized cat man is like something out of the creepy movie version of Cats (2019) that everyone hated. This came from a post on Facebook. The text reads, “After all these years, they’re finally finished! Three life size cat-men, made from discarded cat hair, semi precious gemstones, and melted crayons. They are currently displayed in the furthest edge of my backyard, near the woods. If you would like to schedule a time to come see them in person, please DM me. (The best time to see them is just as the sun is setting.)” How many people took her up on her offer? And how well are these statues going to fare under the elements of nature?