Ok get ready for it internet. The zombie snail is back. After bursting onto the viral internet scene back in 2012, when National Geographic posted a video about the species. 2 years later, Wired did an article 2 years later on the natural phenomenon, dubbing these gastropods "Disco Zombies". They have taken the internet by storm, with Twitter blowing up with #nope hashtags after seeing the creepy crawly creature.
Let's face it, the average person cannot place Kazakhstan on a map, even if you paid them. But apparently the hijinks that Russians are so famous for all over the internet, also extend to the former USSR's territories turned independent nation-states. This guy took being drunk at the zoo to a whole new level. Now I am sure most of us have at least dreamt about riding a wild safari animal. This guy clearly had a little too much liquid courage in him when he pulled this stunt off. The culprit wasn't caught, but police are searching for him with the intent to press charges. Check out all the juicy details from the stunt, find out how special this particular zoo is, and decide if you might have found your next vacation spot. The animals would sure appreciate it, but I would avoid trying to ride them..
New Yorker cartoons aren’t for everybody. Sometimes they aren't for anybody because they make no sense and aren’t funny.
Today’s New Yorker cartoon, however, wasn’t met with the usual snorts of agreement or complete confusion of your standard panel. Cartoonist Will McPhail took aim at the president-elect and his supporters, and you’ll never believe it, some people really like that, and some people do not. Some see this as a potent metaphor for the rise of a reality TV gameshow host and his lack presidential qualification to take the country, others see it as another attack from the elite New Yorker to tell the rest of the country how to live. Whatever it is, the mustachioed man in the cartoon does not look like he's in the mood to fly a plane.
Check out what some people are saying about the cartoon.
There are some things we assume are obvious not to publish on social media. For example, going into depth with your personal-life problems? Maybe talk to a shrink about that instead of vague-booking it. Alas, that common sense apparently doesn't exist for some people, but we're at least glad we can get some entertainment out of it!