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Woman Calls Out Madonna For Using Photoshopped Pic Of Her Body On Instagram And It’s Going Viral

Madonna is considered by many one of the most iconic singers in music history. Besides having released 14 studio albums with a myriad of hit singles and having won countless awards and beaten a number of world records throughout her 40+-year career, she is also one of the main trend setters not only among musicians but among celebrities in general.

So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Madonna is in the news again. What should, however, be a surprise is the content of the news.

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Tired Of Women Being Portrayed As Fragile And Delicate, Artist Helena Hauss Created A Series Of “Porcelain” Weapons

Helena Hauss is a French artist known for her incredible ballpoint pen drawings. However, a little while ago the artist decided to try out something different by creating a series of delft-style “porcelain” weapons in a project she calls Hell Hath no Fury.

In a previous interview with Bored Panda, the artist said that in the project she wanted to express some things inside her that she just couldn’t do with drawings. Helena wanted to go beyond that and felt the need to create an object that would say it all the instance you saw it, something allegoric, a visual metaphor.

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Woman Uses Her iPhone To Take Stunning Portraits Of Strangers On Her Daily Commute To Work (20 Pics)

The daily commute can be a real drag – you’re stuck in a crowded bus or train with someone’s bag constantly bumping into your shoulder and slowly count the minutes until it’s your time to get off. However, Israeli woman Dina Alfasi found a way to make her daily commute a little more interesting – and a little more creative. She uses her iPhone to take portraits of strangers and her photos are absolutely stunning.

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“I try to convey emotions in photography,” explains the woman. She’s always looking for people that would make her think about their stories. “I try to capture the depth of human complexity through photographing strangers on my daily commute. There is something both intimate and vulnerable about the way a person exists in a public space,” says Dina. “My daily photographs capture something inherently familiar in each of the strangers, lost in thought on their way somewhere.”

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Dina explains that her project started simply as a way to pass time on public transportation but it eventually became a significant part of her artwork and life in general. “I feel like I’m taking a small part in documenting life during this time,” says the woman.

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The woman says that her favorite part is reading the comments from people who message her after seeing her photo, telling her how the picture made them feel. “It’s always exciting and not obvious,” explains Dina.

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One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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Woman Wears Bizarre Costumes While Walking Her Dog During The Quarantine And He Looks Embarrassed (8 Pics)

Dancer Clare Meardon from West Cornwall in the UK has been dressing up in different jaw-dropping costumes to walk her dog Hendrix. She’s been doing this since the start of April after her friend dared her to mix it up and step outside in unusual clothes. Now, Clare’s making all of us smile with video clips filmed by her husband Aidan.

Some of the costumes that the 40-year-old dancer has tried out include dressing up as a ballerina, a masked superhero with a cape, and even a unicorn. Honestly, we can’t wait to see what she’ll come up with next! Clare told Bored Panda that she didn’t expect her costumes to be so popular. “It started off as just a way of making my friends laugh as some were having a tough time. It was all just a silly bit of fun!” Scroll down for the rest of our interview with the dancer.

Clare isn’t the only Brit to dress up in fancy costumes when going outside. Check out Bored Panda’s previous posts about a postman, as well as one former Royal Marinewho did the same to cheer up their neighbors.

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Clare Meardon dresses up in a different costume every single day to walk her dog Hendrix

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Her dog posted what he thinks about her costumes

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We were interested to find out what costumes Clare has planned for this week. “A ‘walker’ never gives away her secrets!” she joked before adding that she’s not sure yet. “I have a ‘normal walk’ with my husband in the morning and we decide on a theme and I go from there!”

Clare also added that the walks she does in costumes happen right outside their house, so it’s fully in line with government guidelines.

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The dancer also had some great advice about keeping physically and mentally fit during lockdown.

“Keep it light. Don’t take life too seriously. Get up and do it, you’ll feel better if you do something physical or productive as soon as you get up. Even 10 minutes of light exercise first thing will boost your mood and endorphins and make you have a better day.”

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She added: “We are all responsible for our own health and well-being, we are just here to give you a helping hand along the way. We are posting short clips and doing live workouts on our Facebook and Instagram, whether you want a 1-minute plank or a full hour of Pilates, dance, stretching or fitness, we have it all. You deserve to feel amazing. All our workouts and videos are being done for free. We just want to share some fun and fitness for all during this difficult time.”

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“Because I run a dance school, I have a lot of costumes which I make myself,” Clare told Caters News. “We were meant to be having a show in July, so I’d taken them all home to fix ahead of that. I was mending the Eve costume, and because it’s a stretch fabric it is actually much easier to work with while you are wearing it, so I put it on.”

One of the dancer’s dog walks involved dressing up as a ballerina

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She said that was the moment that she realized that this could be a great funny photo opportunity. When she sent the photo to her friends, one of them dared her to go for a walk dressed like that.

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“When she said that, how could I not? After I posted the first clip online, people said watching it was the highlight of their day and I realized just how much of a bad time a lot of people must be having at the moment and how everyone needed something to laugh about.”

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So she decided to keep things going. “So the next day, I dressed as a ballerina and walked along the pavement in my pointed shoes. The hype just built and built from there to post a new video each day!”

Here’s Clare dressed up as a unicorn

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Clare, who runs the Savvy Studios in Hayle, revealed that she wants to make people laugh and smile while they’re all stuck at home because of the lockdown. “Laughter is the most important medicine for everyone, now more than ever. For me, mental health is as important as physical health. You can have a fantastically fit body, but if your head is full of negativity, you aren’t healthy.”

And here’s Clare as a superhero with her trust doggo sidekick

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Poor Hendrix! His expression says it all

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This is Clare’s creation station

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The dancer believes that each of the characters that she dresses up as represents a part of her personality or how she’s feeling on that particular day. “The superhero costume came from a desire to ‘be fierce’ and remind women they can be whoever they want to be—they can be sexy and sassy and funny and ridiculous all at once.”

Here’s how some people reacted when they saw Clare’s photos

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Woman Asks A Neighbor What His Cat’s Name Is Via A Sign On Her Window, Receives An Answer And Cute Pics

 

Social isolation does exactly what it says—first, it helps to curb the pandemic, and second, it shuts down our social life. The latter, however, is a pain in the rear. And while many of us recharge our sanity batteries via digital streams, there’s nothing quite like real human company.

But the lockdown is making us all a tiny bit more creative. When Lizzie Bartelt put a poster asking “What’s the white cat’s name?” on her window, she didn’t see it coming. Chris, her neighbor living right in front of her, replied with “David Bowie” in red capitals. The window tale has now gone viral with 638K likes, 112K retweets and counting. Who wouldn’t like to have neighbor goals like this!

Curious about the cat in the house in front of her, New Yorker Lizzie decided to try finding out its name the quarantine way

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After waiting a few hours she got her answer

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Even if living under lockdown entails weeks of uncertainty, it’s not impossible to live and have some fun with it. Use the resources you have—let the balcony be your stage and the neighbors your audience. A group of neighbors in Spain did exactly that. They decided to sing the Happy Birthday song to an 80-year-old lady from their windows and everyone was cheered up instantly!

Meanwhile, Italians are known to love their piazzas bustling with people, food and music. But the lockdown has made it impossible. That’s why crowds of neighbors all around the country are gathering on their balconies for some improvised concerts.

The trumpeter Anguzza, who performed John Lennon’s song from his balcony in Sicily, found the lockdown challenging. “One day I am playing for hundreds, even thousands of people, the next—I am home, in my room, trying to share as much as possible my music to cheer everyone up,” he commented for nbc news.

Chris, the white cat’s owner, shared the story on Twitter and over 636k people found it wholesome

It also led to Lizzie and Chris finding each other online!

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And Chris took a picture from his side of the window

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Actually, Liz got the name of another cat as well, the one that lives right below David Bowie

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Let’s hope Vanilla Ice sees this too and responds with a pic!

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People were melting because of just how cute these two are

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Woman Builds A Cozy Room Under The Stairs For Her Dog And The Pooch Loves It So Much That She Refuses To Leave

Do you remember the cupboard under the stairs that Harry Potter had to live in during his stays with the Dursley family? It was absolutely horrible—not only was it too small and not fit for living at all, but also Dudley would always stomp up and down the stairs.

Well, while it was completely awful for Harry, there are actually other inhabitants who have tried out the idea and loved it. In fact, they loved it so much that they didn’t want to leave!

Meet Coco, the cocker spaniel who got her very own cozy doggy room under the stairs

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Meet Coco, a cocker spaniel from Warrington, UK, who got her very own sanctuary inside of her owner’s home—a cozy place under the stairs.

Natasha Hammond, Coco’s owner, with whom Bored Panda got in touch, built a comfortable place for Coco to sleep and rest in. It comes with a fluffy doggy bed, a night light, and a set of toys that are regularly exchanged for food and water bowls.

The room is also neatly decorated with a flower vase placed on the floor corner cover, as well as a picture of a doggo hung on the wall. It looks absolutely cozy and Coco seems to love it so much that she doesn’t want to leave the comfort of her new room.

“[Coco] is 6 and she is a working cocker spaniel. She is loved and adored and completes our family,” said Hammond.

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The doggy’s owner decided to build a full-blown room to replace the crate the dog was living in

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“The underside of our stairs have always been open and we loved the open plan feel,” elaborated Hammond on the origins of the idea. “However, recently we’ve been struggling for space, so we have decided to build an under-stair storage as part of our hallway redesign.”

She continued: “Coco’s crate has always lived under the stairs but looked like an eyesore. Therefore, we decided to build her room as part of the under stair project that would look and feel so much nicer. Getting her bed completed first was our priority and we can now continue to complete it around her, knowing she has her own settled space again.”

Coco has other locations around the house that she used to sleep in, but since the new room appeared, she hasn’t really gone to rest in any other place.

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The room has a doggy bed, some toys, a light as well as a vase with flowers and a picture of a dog

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“Crating dogs is very controversial amongst people who don’t understand the benefits. Some people see it as cruel,” explained Hammond. “Coco was born into a Welping pen and was crate trained from the day we brought her home. We put the scent of her mum on a teddy and she settled straight away, no first night crying.”

She continued: “From then on she slept in her crate with the door closed when we are out or at night. She likes it that way. During the day the door is always open and she has beds in other areas of the house, although since this new room has been built she prefers to go in there. We have tried to remove the crate before we built this room and she hated it. She cried, paced and was extremely anxious.”

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Coco likes it there as it brings her great comfort—so much in fact that she doesn’t want to leave

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Before this, Coco would sleep in a doggy crate, where she felt most comfortable and safest. According to Hammond, the cocker spaniel was born into a whelping pen and was trained to sleep in her crate. Her mom’s scent and a doggy toy were also placed there, which made sure she would be at ease whilst in there.

The project did not take very long, nor was it challenging, as Hammond explained: “It didn’t take long at all. We did most of it on Sunday when we were both off and then decorated it after work on two evenings. We found it really easy, but we are both quite creative—I had a vision and Mike (Hammond’s partner) helped me to practically tweak it and problem solve. He’s really handy and good at building whereas I like to decorate and furnish!”

Hammond explained that, during the construction process, they tried removing the crate, but Coco seemed to hate it as she cried, paced around, and was feeling anxious. The now renovated doggy room is her safe place.

People loved the idea and the dog, with some sharing about their own pooches…

What are some of your doggy projects? Let us know in the comments below!

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Woman Pushes The Limits And Creates Unbelievable Sculptures Out Of Gingerbread

Christmas means sipping hot choccy in front of the fireplace with your loved ones around you. But most of all, Christmas means gingerbread cookies! Now, there are some people who build gingerbread houses, which is all well and good. But have you ever tried making something… bigger?

Well, Swedish food artist and motion designer Caroline Eriksson has! And her designs are much, much bigger than you’d expect when you hear the word ‘gingerbread.’

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This Woman Turns The Clothes Of People’s Loved Ones Into Adorable Memory Bears

British artist Mary MacInnes came up with a creative way of helping people preserve the memories of their loved ones. She creates something called “Memory Bears” – adorable stuffed mementos made using the clothes of people’s loved ones.

“This is a sewing service which I love offering and am privileged to be able to,” wrote the artist on a recent Facebook post. The planning, cutting, creating and sewing each of the bears takes Mary 5 to 6 hours and we’re sure you’ll agree that the result is much worth the time. Check out the “Memory Bears” in the gallery below!

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Woman Who Has Been Anonymously Supporting Struggling Female Artists Goes Public After Donating $5.5M In Total To 230 Artists

What is life without a little bit of mystery, right? Well, this particular riddle was going on for around 22 years until the answer was revealed. And we’re talking about none other but the generous sole sponsor of the fund called “Anonymous Was A Woman” which was founded to support struggling female artists over the age of 40. After 22 years of silence, the anonymous sponsor chose to reveal their identity and it turns out, it’s a female artist as well! The person funding all these marvelous artists was none other but an artist herself, photographer Susan Unterberg.

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I Illustrate The Everyday Problems Of Being A Woman (New Pics)

I’m Prudence, a 28-year-old illustrator and comic artist from Belgium. I first started my comics on Instagram years ago as a way of journaling and keeping a diary in the form of drawings. I wanted to remember my progress by keeping some sort of collection online even though I was unaware of how Instagram really worked. It was seen by multiple people and since I always had issues with my self worth, struggled to love myself entirely and completely, and battled with mental health issues, I also talked about my issues. There were many people who found value and worth in my works because I spoke for those who were unable to speak up for themselves. I created a community for people to show them that they are not alone. I still find inspiration in my own battle with mental health, my own thoughts and sometimes sorrows and just everyday life.

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