When you think of famous people, do you picture those who rose from poverty? These people already had a lot of money from inheritances before they became famous. Most performers struggle to make a living while pursuing their Hollywood dreams, but a few well figures are lucky enough to hail from wealthy families. It goes
Drawfee is a Youtube channel created by two illustrators that combine humor with art. They describe it as a “interactive comedy drawing experience where viewers can watch their dumb ideas become even dumber drawings before their very eyes.” Drawfee has over 1 million subscribers from all around the world which proves that the creators are certainly doing something right.
One of the best things you can have in life is a great sense of humor (well, that and a pet!). Laughter helps you deal with stress, takes your mind off your problems, and even improves your immune system. And we find that it really helps if we all take ourselves a little less seriously and stop chasing after the ‘perfect’ beauty standards we see on social media every single day.
Australian comedienne Celeste Barber is back with more hilarious celebrity Instagram photo parodies (previously here and here). Her ongoing series #CelesteChallengeAccepted doesn't seem to be coming to an end, because celebrities keep uploading images with weird poses, questionable outfits and strange props.
Posting anything to the internet leaves it open to commentary, justified or not. Australian comedian Celeste Barber decided to focus her efforts towards making parodies of celebrity Instagram selfies, and she's encouraging others to do the same under the #celestechallengeaccepted hashtag. Barber and her sister came up with the idea as a joke.