Symbolic Artwork and More Details From Pixar Movies That Made Us Tear Up

I’m fully prepared to cry when I sit down for a Pixar movie at this point. It’s just part of the experience. We all know it’s true.

Pixar promises three things: 1) real, humanized characters dealing with 2) real, relatable issues in a 3) fully fleshed out, detailed world.

That said, I hope you’re ready to cry over symbolic artwork and 10 other details from Pixar movies that you may not have noticed before.

1. A play on words:

Pixar’s 2018 short, Bao, written and directed by Domee Shi, tells the story of a lonely Chinese-Canadian mother experiencing empty nest syndrome. She receives an unexpected gift when her steamed bun (baozi) comes to life, a la the Gingerbread man.

“Bao” is a play on words. 包, pronounced “bao”, is Mandarin Chinese for “dumpling.” However, this pronunciation is shared by 宝, meaning “treasure” or “baby”, and 保, meaning “protect” or “defend”. See what they did there?

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2. Boo’s lines were off the cuff:

Have you ever wondered why all of Boo’s lines from Monster’s Inc (2001) sound so real and natural?

Mary Gibbs, the actress who voiced Boo, had a difficult time staying put in the recording booth to perform her lines, so the crew decided to follow her around with a microphone and record her as she played. They were able to cut and piece her lines together for the final draft using random things she said and noises she made while playing.

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3. Carl and Ellie’s items match their personalities:

In Pixar’s Up (2009), the animators were very intentional with how they designed Carl and Ellie, and their home. All of Ellie’s items are rounded, to reflect her round head and (I’m assuming) soft, inviting personality.

All of Carl’s objects are square to match his square jaw, and more stubborn, stoic, rigid personality.

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4. Foreshadowing what is to come:

Once again, in Pixar’s Up the animators utilize every detail on screen to help tell the story. In the top shot we see Carl and Ellie as a young, newly married couple. Ellie stands atop a hill, beckoning to Carl, as she did when they were kids. The sky is bright and hopeful. In the background we see what looks to be a clock tower and their quaint town.

In the second image the roles are reversed.  Now Carl stands atop the hill, beckoning to Ellie (who will soon be leaving us). The sun is now setting, the day will soon end. In the background we see their quiet town has become a large, metropolitan city.

This displays the passing of time while also foreshadowing the fact that Carl will soon find himself alone, in a house surrounded by newly built skyscrapers and continuous construction. Crying yet?

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5. Miguel knows how to play:

In Coco (2017), as audience members, we initially don’t know the extent of Miguel’s skill with the guitar. He even admits to Héctor, he’s never performed for people before.

However, once Miguel gets past his initial stage fright, he shows everyone just how talented he truly. In fact, if you watch his hands as he plays in this movie, you will notice he playing the actual chords to the songs he’s performing. Talk about detail!

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6. Riley’s clothes reflect her emotions:

In Inside Out (2015) Riley’s clothes become less joyful and more muted as she becomes more and more distraught. And it makes sense, because that’s what we do as real people! We use clothes to express how we’re feeling.

Just one more example of how Pixar animators use every inch of the screen to help tell the story.

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7. Toy Story 3:

In Toy Story 3 (2010), when Woody peers past the door, we can height measurements of Andy’s toys on the doorframe.

Just this little detail hits us right in the feels, because it’s such a small detail but so real. Just like Andy’s mom has measured Andy over the years, she’s also measured his most treasured toy friends.

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8. “That’s Mr. Potato Head to You!”

In Toy Story 4, Mr. Potato Head is voiced posthumously by his original voice actor, Don Rickles (who passed away in 2017.)

The Pixar team sorted through decades of Rickles’ voice over sessions, outtakes for other films, theme parts, toys, etc. to create a performance for the fourth movie.

Some might find this creepy, but I think it’s really meaningful that they spent the time to make Mr. Rickles a part of the film, rather than just hire a new actor.

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9. Toys can live forever?

This one might be sad depending on how you think about it. No, this isn’t a shot from Toy Story, it’s actually a segment from WALL-E (2008). But who do we have here? None other than our favorite dinosaur toy, Rex!

It seems that toys really can live forever, provided nothing destroys them. But if Rex is here, where are all his friends? What happened to them? Is he all alone? Why doesn’t he reveal his sentience to WALL-E? This Easter egg might actually raise more concerns that the animators intended…

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10. Art becomes life, life becomes art:

In Incredibles 2, we see Helen Incredible alone in her fancy hotel room, phoning her family. Behind her is a rather large painting. Things could just be fancy hotel art, but let’s be real, this is Pixar we’re talking about.

If you take another look, you’ll see this painting is a metaphor for the Incredible family in this moment. It illustrates Helen’s current distance from her family. She’s left her husband to take care of the family while she takes cares of crime.

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11. Violet is literally a combination of both her parents:

In Incredibles (2004), we’re given a glimpse into the past. We see that Mr. Incredible’s original suit was blue while Elstagirl’s original suit was red.

What color do you get when you mix red and blue? Violet. What’s the name of Mr. and Mrs. Incredible’s first child? “Violet.” (D’aww!)

Image Credit: Pixar

Would you like a tissue? *sniff*

As much as I hate how it messes up my mascara, it feels good to cry over something that has truly touched my heart.

When you becomes invested in these characters and their world, those little details that you hadn’t noticed before make it that much more special.

At the same time, it’s all those details coming together that draw you into the story in the first place.

What’s your favorite Pixar movie? Let us know in the comments!

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People Share Their Opinions About What Never Stopped Being Cool

Some things are cool and they always have been.

Bruce Springsteen. The Ramones. Martin Scorsese. Converse All-Stars. Also a whole lot of little things in life, too!

It’s just the way it is!

So let’s learn about some more eternally cool stuff.

AskReddit users talked about what was, is, and always shall be cool.

1. Nice and wholesome.

“Being the guy out of the group that waits for you when you have to stop and tie your shoe.

I LOVE that guy!”

2. Kindness.

“Being the type of person who is kind without trying to get recognized for it.

My whole family tries to be this way. As a kid, there were always strange people by the house……I asked my parents when I got a little older why they had a bunch of whacky friends.

They were nice to everyone unless you gave them a reason not to be. That lead to all the strangers and outcasts that were always dumped on by *ssholes feeling like they had a home and a friend.

I try to live by the same code because “normal” is nothing more than a setting on the dryer.”

3. That’s right.

“Sticking up for people in need.

I went to school with a mentally challenged girl from preschool through high school. She always said hi to me and I would ask her how she was, almost every single day.

One day in middle school she started walking across the street without looking and got hit by a car. She wasnt badly injured, just a few scrapes and bruises. Well a couple weeks after that she was trying to cross the street to get to school but the traffic was bad and she was scared to try to cross.

I had just parked my car and started walking to the school. I heard her yell my name from across the street and start waving. I yelled back and asked if she was ok. She asked if I would help her cross the street. I didn’t think anything of it and just kinda started walking across the street and stopped traffic.

I got to the side she was on and took her hand and I helped her across the street. She said thank you many times and we went about our day. I never thought it was a big deal but it must have been to her because throughout the rest of our school years she would randomly tell me thank you for helping her across the street.”

4. The best.

“Tony Hawk.

I’m not even into skateboarding and I think he’s cool.”

5. I agree.

“Finding money.

On the ground, in a pair of pants.

Doesn’t matter. Finding money is always cool.”

6. All ages.

“For me it’d be LEGO.

It sparks a joy in most/all people, no matter the age.”

7. Better with age.

“Bob Ross and Mister Rogers get cooler with age.

Both MUCH cooler now than when I was a kid.

They are never going to hit maximum coolness.

They’ll just keep expanding.”

8. Be gentle about it.

“A gentle but witty comeback.”

9. The good stuff.

“A cold beer after a long day of work.

Pizza and beer after helping someone move.

Makes an average beer, average pizza, taste Godly.”

10. Lookin’ sharp.

“Leather jackets.

I wouldn’t mind having one if I could pull it off.”

11. A classic look.

“Jeans, a white t-shirt and some black boots.”

12. Darn right!

“Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, and Dolly Parton.”

13. American icon.

“Converse will be cool until the end of time.

This is the hill I will die on.”

14. Skate or die!


It’s still absolutely awesome to watch and super fun to practice.”

15. Pretty awesome.

“Electric guitar.

The Les Paul is like 60 years old and still cool.”

What do you think has never gone out of style and will always be cool?

Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

Please and thank you!

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Miniature Movie Dioramas That Will Charm the Hearts of Cinephiles Everywhere

While some folks may claim that what Hollywood puts out are “just movies,” the rest of us understand that good storytelling has the power to transform us as humans – and sometimes, as a society, too.

Film lovers get it – and they’ll also get why this movie buff spent his weeks and days creating the scenes from his favorite movies in miniature.

If you know, you know, and these 20 dioramas are completely charming.

20. Fargo

It’s dark, but accurate.

19. The Truman Show

It even kind of looks like Jim Carrey!

18. All About My Mother

Even a miniature Meryl commands the room.

17. Fight Club

I know plenty of people who would hang this up.

16. Vertigo

This one might be my favorite.

15. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

What a perfect addition to anyone’s library this would be!

14. The Life of Pi

This captures the feeling of the movie so beautifully.

13. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

This just looks absolutely magical.

12. Man on a Wire

I dare you not to gasp.

11. Get Out

I didn’t think anything could be as stunning as the film itself.

10. Bohemian Rhapsody

It’s music of another kind.

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9. Portrait of a Lady on Fire

That blue background is the perfect choice.

8. Out of Africa

Those giraffes are amazing.

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7. E. T.

All of the magic, in miniature.

6. To Kill a Mockingbird

That tree, though.

5. Goldfinger

In glittering gold, of course.

4. JoJo Rabbit

I have a lot of feelings right now.

Image Credit: Glass Cathedrals

3. Moonrise Kingdom

Man if I wouldn’t love to have this one.

2. Blade Runner

Those colors really make the whole thing.

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1. Marianne and Leonard: Words of Love

This just took by breath away.

From one film lover to all of the others, I am so glad I’ve seen these.

What’s your favorite scene from one of your favorite movies? Tell us in the comments!

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Customized Pizza Toppings and Other Small Details From Pixar Movies You May Have Missed

There are a ton of reasons to love Pixar movies. They’re always visually stimulating, with heartfelt, character-driven storylines that are sure to make you laugh and cry.

But Pixar also has a reputation for being incredibly detailed. Not just with how they design characters, but how they make the world their characters inhabit so real.

From the toppings on a pizza, to Easter eggs, I’m sure you’ll appreciate these 15 small details from Pixar movies you may have missed.

1. Elastigirl’s Devtech suit isn’t up to par

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In the Incredibles series, our favorite family of super heroes always sources their super suits from Edna Mode: the eccentric fashion designer with a vast knowledge of science and engineering.

However, in The Incredibles 2, Elastigirl is gifted a new super suit by Devtech. As shown in the image above, Devtech’s suit is clearly not up to par with those of Edna Mode.

In this way, Pixar reenforces the superior intellect and ability of the small but confident Edna.

2. Spencer Fox went the extra mile, literally

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In the original Incredibles movie, there’s a scene where the character Dash, a young boy with super speed, runs across a vast expanse of water.

To get a realistic out-of-breath voice for this moment, director Brad Bird had voice actor Spencer Fox run four laps around the Pixar Studio until he got tired!

3. Love people, cook them tasty food

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In Pixar’s Ratatouille, the 2007 film about a rat who dreams of becoming a Chef, the food critic Anton Ego proclaims, “I don’t like food, I love it…if I don’t love it, I don’t swallow.”

Early on in the movie, we see he is a slender man with rather hollow cheeks, but by the end of the movie it looks like his face has filled out a bit more, indicating that he is swallowing his food much more often!

Anton falls in love with the cooking of Linguini and Remy, and it has clearly made him a much happier man!

4. Good Dug!

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Another fun detail from Ratatouille: in the scene where Remy is sneaking around a home, we see the shadow of a dog bark at him. This shadow is none other than Dug from Pixar’s Up!

However, Up wasn’t released until 2009, two years AFTER Ratatouille! We got a sneak peak of Dug before we even knew what a good boy he was.

5. Pixar is a sink-or-swim sort of workplace

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Finally, there is a scene in Ratatouille in which our hero Linguini is wet from jumping in the river.

Pixar had a crew member dress up in a chef’s uniform and jump into a swimming pool so that the animators would know how to properly animate this image.

Talk about dedication!

6. Customized pizza toppings

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In Pixar’s Inside Out, there’s a moment where Riley is presented with a slice of broccoli pizza, and it’s just another reason to not like her new city.

However, when Inside Out released in Japan, Pixar changed the topping on the pizza to green peppers, because in Japan kids are more likely to hate green peppers.

Pixar made the joke specific to the audience, once again going the extra mile for their storytelling.

7. Pixar knows sea life

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In Pixar’s 2003 film Finding Nemo, when Marlin the clown fish starts talking about his son, Nemo, Bruce the shark begins to bawl. He wails, “I never knew my father.”

Male sharks don’t stick around after mating with female sharks, so really, no baby sharks (do do do do do do) ever meet their fathers.

I see you Pixar, and I tip my hat to you.

8. It doesn’t stop with the sharks

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Again, in Finding Nemo we see another example of incorporating their research of marine life into the characters.

Gill the fish is a moorish idol, who has made more than one attempt to escape the fish tank.

This species of fish is known for not handling captivity well, so it makes sense that Gill would have the hardest time adapting to fish tank life!

9. Merida’s hair

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Pixar developed two new software programs over three years for it’s 2012 film, Brave. Why? For Merida’s hair.

Merida, our fierce and formidable heroine, has a mane of long, gorgeous red hair.

The new software allowed for 1,500 stands of curly hair to move together with Merida’s every movement.

And she is a very active girl, so there is quite a LOT of movement.

10. Dug was born to do this

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Back to Dug! In Up, Dug is the only dog successfully able to track down the tropical bird that Carl and Russell are after. This isn’t just by accident.

Dug is a golden retriever. He was born to track and hunt. All of the other dogs on the island are guard dog breeds. This is why they’re probably all so much better at guarding than Dug.

In a way, when Dug meets his two new favorite humans, he discovers his true talents.

11. A Quality Assurance Guarantee

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Let’s be real, most of us don’t really stick around to watch the whole credits when we go see a movie, unless we think there’s some sort of blooper or teaser at the end.

But at the end of Ratatouille, Pixar posted a “100% Genuine Animation” quality assurance guarantee, stating “no shortcuts were used in the production of this film.”

This might seem unnecessary, but it was a response Happy Feet winning the Oscar for Best Animated Movie instead of Pixar’s film Cars. Happy Feet utilized motion capture technology, while Pixar animates every frame manually.

I love Pixar’s version of throwing some subtle shade.

12. Making eco-conscious choices

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Finally, this may seem like an insignificant detail, but in Wall-E we see the Pixar logo lamp, Luxo Jr. (a character from a 1986 Pixar animated short), receive a new, eco-friendly bulb.

In upgrading Luxo Jr.’s bulb, Pixar is not only marking the passing of time. Pixar is reminding children and families all over the world that making environmentally sustainable choices matters.

Pixar is so brilliant when it comes to the details.

I personally love how thorough they are with their research and how they find ways to incorporate it into the storytelling. You don’t have to know sharks never meet their fathers to enjoy Finding Nemo, but for those in the know it makes the experience THAT much more special. And that’s the thing about Pixar movies. They always have that special element that keeps you coming back for more.

What’s your favorite Pixar movie? Let us know in the comments!

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Women Have a Higher Pain Tolerance and 8 More Behind-the-Scenes Secrets From Tattoo Artists

Every job has secrets that would surprise those who aren’t in the know. Tattoo artists are part of so many of our lives these days, though, that the things they’re keeping behind closed doors are of particular difference.

Also, you figure that tattoo artists see some pretty interesting characters, and therefore have some pretty great stories to tell right?

Buckle up.

10. You should look at their portfolios.

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Even if you go in knowing what you want, they still appreciate it if you take the time to look at their work.

This is something that’s going on your body for all eternity – you shouldn’t be in such a hurry that you can’t even check the talent of the person doing it.

9. It’s tough on the body.

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They spend all day and night hunched over sketch pads and human canvases.

Back, neck, and eye problems are common.

8. Whatever the trend is, it’s boring.

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In particular, tattoo artists are really tired of doing infinity symbols.

It’s simple, and super boring to do over and over again, even if all the coolest celebrities are doing it.

7. Apprentices get hazed.

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Tattooing is a tough industry to get into at all, so apprentices aren’t going to complain about the hazing – which will probably including piercings and/or tattoos.

If you want to play with the big boys, you’ve got to sacrifice, right?

6. Mistakes are common.

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The best tattoo artists know how to cover them up so you’ll never know it happened – a bit of contrast, a little flourish – even better than the original!

5. They practice on themselves.

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There’s a lot of training that takes place before an apprentice is let loose on a client – first, they practice on themselves (and sometimes oranges, fake skin, and pig’s ears).

4. Women have a higher pain tolerance.

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Most artists agree that the more alpha male a guy is, the lower his pain threshold is likely to be.

Women, on the other hand, handle even larger tattoos with much more pluck.

3. They think your parents are right.

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Most experienced tattoo artists will decline face, neck and hand tattoos for younger people – things are changing, but not that quickly.

They could affect things like a kid’s ability to get a job or into a good college.

Your parents are right – you can’t really grasp the full ramifications of your actions at 18.

2. There are only three names you should put on your body.

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Your pets, your kids, or a deceased relative.

That’s it.

1. They only serve who they want.

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Professional tattoo artists reserve the right to refuse to ink any tattoo, or any person, and pretty much for any reason.

They all have their lines – finger tattoos that won’t last, intricate designs that will blur, something that simply isn’t a specialty, whatever.

They get most of their business from referrals, so having subpar work out there doesn’t work in their favor.

Their names are their livelihood, and that means more than the money they would receive from a single commission.

I never would have guessed some of these things!

If you’re a tattoo artist, tell us your trade secrets in the comments!

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Check out These Photos of “Accidental Coffee Art”

Have you ever looked into your coffee cup (or somewhere that you might have spilled coffee) and said, “Hey! That looks just like Elvis!”

Or maybe something similar to that? I know I have!

It’s kind of looking up into the clouds and seeing all kinds of shapes, patterns, faces, etc.

These folks all shared photos of the cool and interesting things that they happened to see in their “accidental coffee art.”

Let’s take a look!

1. Like an atomic bomb.

That’s pretty cool!

2. That’s a good one!

Here, froggy…

3. That is the definition of accidental art.

Just take it all in…

Spilled my coffee and accidentaly created art. from pics

4. I’m shocked!

But I’m still gonna drink it.

5. Wow! Amazing!

Can’t believe this was an accident.

Accidentally created a porcupine by pouring instant coffee over an Americano. from mildlyinteresting

6. There goes the flying unicorn.

Up, up, and away!

My morning coffee had a flying unicorn in it. from mildlyinteresting

7. Stay out of the water.

Beware of shark attacks.

Shark shaped coffee stain from mildlyinteresting

8. Have a nice day.

Well, that’s a good sign.

This is how my coffee machine greeted me today. from funny

9. That is nuts.

Pretty accurate, I think.

This coffee stain on my cup vaguely resembles a world map. from mildlyinteresting

10. Chomp, chomp, chomp.

There he goes!

Coffee stain on my floor look like pac-man eating a pellet from mildlyinteresting

11. This could be an omen.

What do you think?

My coffee left a stain that looks like a skull from mildlyinteresting

12. Hope you had a good Halloween!

Stay safe out there!

Okay, now it’s your turn!

Have you ever accidentally captured any art in your food or drink?

If so, please share some pics with us in the comments. We’d love to hear from you!

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Take a Look at These Funny Parodies of Vintage Album Covers

I’ve spent a decent amount of time at record stores, thrift stores, and garage sales digging through vinyl to try to uncover some gems.

And yes, for every 15,000 Blue Oyster Cult records that you flip through, you come across a really rare LP every once in a while that makes you scratch your head in amazement.

But I bet even the most seasoned record collector has never stumbled upon these albums. Why, you ask? Because the funny folks behind an Instagram page called Obscurest Vinyl take vintage records and make big jokes out of them…and they’re very funny.

Enjoy these photos of records that I personally really wish existed in real life…

1. A fun weekend activity.

I hope they find her!

2. That’s not good.

But I hope it works out!

3. This isn’t creepy at all.

It kind of looks like my house.

4. Don’t do it!

You’re gonna regret it!

5. Just checking in!

And good luck with everything!

6. This seems very inappropriate.

And are we sure that they are father and daughter?

7. That’s romance, people.

Just let it all soak in.

8. Wow…gonna need to give this one a listen.

You never know until you try.

9. I think I’m gonna be sick.

That was very rude!

10. Yikes…a bit over the top.

Also, how does it taste?

11. This is a very sad record.

You’ve been warned about this one.

12. I can’t believe what they did to Fats!

Not cool!

Now we want to hear from you!

In the comments, please tell us what old album covers you think would be good candidates for these folks to make over.

Thanks in advance!

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Enjoy These Funny Parodies of Vintage Album Covers

Are you a record collector? Or maybe you’re even a total record NERD?

Hey, I’m right there with you! I love going to record stores and flipping through vinyl to try to add to my collection.

And, as someone who enjoys records, I got a really huge kick out of an Instagram account called Obscurest Vinyl that takes vintage albums and makes completely new and ridiculous LP covers that are pretty hilarious…and inappropriate.

Hey, it’s right up my alley!

Take a look at these record covers that we really wish existed in real life…enjoy…

1. Looks like a lot of fun!

You’ve done this before, right?

2. Well, that’s inappropriate.

Especially if those people are strangers.

3. Totally grossed out now.

Thanks a lot!

4. You didn’t have to do that!

But I’m glad that you did!

5. Yes, she’s still doing it…

Don’t look behind you, whatever you do.

6. She should give it a shot!

I think it would look great.

7. That really killed the mood.

You need to come up with some new pick-up lines.

8. I have not!

Tell me how it works!

9. He seems like a great guy.

He must be a real ladykiller!

10. I think that might be the same person.

Or maybe my eyes are playing tricks on me.

11. This just seems too complicated.

I’m throwing in the towel on this one.

12. Let’s end with this gem.

I’ll let you interpret this one for yourself…

Those are great!

Do you know of any old album covers that you think these folks should make over in their style?

If so, talk to us in the comments and share some photos. Thanks!

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A Mom’s Comics Capture Distance Learning in All Its Glory

All of us are coping with 2020 in our own ways.

Some of us are drinking, some of us are screaming into pillows or crying in the shower, and some of us are grabbing tight to any personal outlet of creativity we can muster the energy to use.

For author, illustrator, and mother of two Adrienne Hedger, that means shifting the subject of her beloved comics to capture the insanity of working from home while your kids are learning from home.

Here are 12 of my personal favorites.

12. Yeah the answer is no.

How about you stop asking.

11. You have to assume someone’s camera is always on.

It’s taking spying to a whole new level.

10. There’s just so much to manage.

Take a deep breath.

9. I’m with the kid on this one.

Time has no meaning.

8. This is known.

It happens to the best of us.

7. This has been the best part of Zoom.

You know I’m right.

6. Bless elementary school teachers.

All of the time, but especially now.

5. And yet you do handle it.

Because I mean, what choice do we have?

4. It is a time-honored tradition.

Whether in person or online.

3. If you can help, please do.

Some struggles might be greater than your own.

2. I think we all know the answer to that.

Kids, am I right? And yet you kind of identify.

1. Why are they like this?

Oh, right, because they’re your kids.

I think we can all relate to these!

What’s been the hardest ball for you to keep in the air? Tell us in the comments!

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