Artist Candy Change created 1,000 of "Before I die" boards in 70 countries around the world.
Her latest one, in the Parisian train station Gare du Nord, was not appreciated by travellers. Understandably, the country has been suffering from terror attacks for the last 18 months that have claimed the lives of 235 victims.
The powers behind it denied there was any bad taste behind it. Yeah, right...
To make it easier for you to catch all Pokémons, you can take the Pokémon train in Dusseldorf, Germany.
It will take you on a three-hour route to the city's best locations for catching Pokémons. The train even drives slowly to allow the eggs to hatch!
Photo: Hanna Gerwig)
This couple was spotted by many passing tourists and travelers expressing their 'love' for each other in Barcelona’s Liceu station. According to the Mirror, when police arrived to break it up, they told them "go away, don't bother us." It seems pretty straightforward, they just couldn't wait to get a room. Their motivations were unclear though, they may have been drunk and let their passion get the best of them. Apparently, the incident is still being investigated because IT COULD HAVE BEEN A PRANK?
That or this is the most unbelievable use of "it's just a prank, bro" in recorded history.
You may remember Boaty McBoatface, the potential name of a very expensive research vessel that was open to public suggestions. Well, it started to look like the majority vote wouldn't choose the name of that ship so a train in southern England decided to show solidarity and give their train a name.
A spokesperson for the company explained to The Evening Standard that, "It is a one-off by one of our creative guards who wanted to bring a smile to the face of our customers". So sadly, taking the Trainy McTrainface home from work won't become a regular thing.
Wanna see something really, really stupid?
Ukrainian YouTuber and daredevil Pasha Bumchik uploaded some pretty awesome (idiotic) footage of himself jumping on top of a train and riding it around town.
The video shows Bumchik hopping a fence covered in razor-wire and hiding from a security guard before jumping on the train as it begins to move forward.
He then runs down the length of the train, jumping over each car.
The footage is pretty cool, but the kid is taking a huge risk in the name of a YouTube video.
He also has a very punchable face.
For most outdoor explorers the chance of seeing a bear in the wilderness is something that is prepared for with caution in hopes of as little and as safe an interaction with the huge, walking dangerfuzz-bags as possible in their natural habitat.
Well these Yellowstone visitors had other expectations.
As posted on Reddit Aug. 27, some guests left this feedback for the staff at lodging in Yellowstone.
Well, it looks like someone needs to bone up on their bear-related injuries and fatalities as documented by the National Parks Service.
Or at least, someone needs to tell them about the poor hiker that died this month from a bear attack at Yellowstone.
Or just put a bear in their yard and let 'em see what happens.
Get 'em, bear.