The internet is a fascinating phenomenon, and today it connects more than just computers. This digital realm is a platform that connects everything from businesses to people’s social lives through sites like Instagram and Facebook. People can also use it as a pertinent source of information for research. The impact and importance of the internet on the daily lives of every individual are undeniable.
The fact that ridiculous and funny pictures end up going viral on the internet is only a further testament to the range and multitude of information on this single platform.
There’s a certain charm in ridiculous statements. Especially the ones that make you go, “well, they’re not wrong”. The beauty and genius of this establishment’s tactic is that people are being misled and aren’t. The ingenious proprietor of this store is simply taking advantage of the fact that people often do not read the fine print. This individual is truly ahead of the times. This also sounds like a deal you simply can’t miss. A product that could be 99 cents, over that amount, or under it? Sign me up.
Socrates was an ancient Greek philosopher who is known as the “Father of Western Philosophy”. He questioned concepts such as wisdom and what it means to be wise, much like the cow you see above. You can see the curiosity etched on its face. Curiosity about the meaning of wisdom, what it means to be wise, life itself, or why this fence is between him. The philosopher may not have come back in the form he wanted, but he hasn’t lost any of the determination to answer the big questions.
Foxes are probably one of the most clever creatures on this planet. That is the stereotype we attach most with the animal. All the children’s books also have the predator as the cunning, clever antagonist. This is another example of their cunning nature. When photographed in the wild, the common animal would not even check if the National Geographic photographer captured their good side. A fox makes sure that everything about the picture is flawless before publication. Good on you, Mr. Fox. Good on you.