I Draw Comics To Explain What Its Like Living With Depression And Anxiety (30 New Pics)

I’ve been living with mental illness for as long as I can remember, and it brings many weird and dark thoughts. More info: Instagram | #2 Drawing aside, I try to find comfort in music, writing down my thoughts and talking to my friend. The latter helps a lot.To me, staying alone is the worst way to deal with these things. Also, hearing “just be positive” or other random advice (please, stop with the mediation) is not helpful at all. It depresses me even more. I feel guilty because that doesn’t work for me. I would also like to add that everyone experiences depression and anxiety in different ways, and there is no one magic solution. Everyone’s path to recovery is different. …

Pixar Drops The First Trailer For Their New Movie About Death

Pixar has given us such masterpieces as ‘Up’ and ‘Coco’ that not only kept us glued to the screen but also invoked some truly deep emotions within our hearts. That’s why it’s no surprise that once the company announced their new project, people were pretty enthusiastic about it. And behold, the first trailer for ‘Soul’ just dropped and it already has over 3 million views on YouTube, as well as 117k likes. If that doesn’t showcase the audience’s interest in this new adventure, then only people’s reactions to it can. Pixar has dropped a teaser for their next movie and it is about death and reincarnation The computer-animated fantasy adventure film comedy film ‘Soul’ follows the life of Joe Gardner, …

40 Jaw-Dropping Cosplays At Comic Con New York 2019 By Photographer Ali Reza Malik

Comic Con New York 2019 has passed, but cosplay never stops. Pictures of cosplayers in their favorite superhero (or supervillain) attire from this year’s NYCC are still surfacing on the Internet. Ali Reza Malik, a Brooklyn-based photographer, is the artist behind a handful of iconic cosplay photographs from this year’s Comic Con New York. Ali’s work focuses primarily on South Asian communities, exploring the different forms of portraiture with the aim of promoting the visibility of these and other minority communities in the US. He may have taken a short break from his usual work once at Comic Con New York, but his camera had no rest. Bored Panda got in touch with Ali Reza Malik, who was kind enough …

Lion Lets Out A Huge Roar Giving This Photographer A Shock Of His Life, Then Winks And Smiles At Him

Working as a wildlife photographer seems like the perfect job. You’re always on an adventure, one with nature, tracking and capturing beautiful photographs of majestic creatures.  Well, 69-year-old wildlife photographer Gren Sowerby from Whitley Bay in Northumberland is living the dream, taking pictures of animals, landscapes, and people in Kenya, Tanzania, Crete, and the United Kingdom. Sowerby’s name recently went viral on the internet because of a burst of photos he took, showing a lion yawning and then smiling and winking at the photographer. The photos are absolutely stunning, so it’s no wonder they captured nearly everyone’s attention. Scroll down for Sowerby’s interviews with Bored Panda, as well as with SWNS! More info: Facebook Image credits: SWNS Gren Sowerby / …

45 Jokes That People With Different Jobs Dont Want To Hear Anymore

There’s no perfect job. Every single occupation, no matter how fascinating, glamorous or well-paying, has certain downsides. But sometimes, that downside is rather unexpected — humor! Whatever job you might have, you’re bound to have heard at least one incredibly bad dad joke related to your occupation. Maybe the first time you heard one of these jokes, you actually rolled on the floor laughing. The second time, you laughed out loud but no more than that. The third time, you chuckled. The fourth time, you smiled. But after hearing the same joke for the fifth time, all the joy and wonder was most likely gone from you by that point. And the same jokes just keep on coming. So here …

People Continue Posting Things That Annoy Them More Than They Should (45 New Pics)

Disappointed and angry, people turn to the Internet. Here, they’re posting photos of the things that drive them crazy, hoping that someone will share their pain. And who are we to let them down? Bored Panda has put together a list of pics to prove just how annoying everyday situations can get, so continue scrolling and upvote your (least) favorite entries. #2 When You Spend 30 Mins Guessing Your Passwords And Decide To Reset It And This Happens Paul Garrity, however, believes he may have found the evolutionary seeds of annoyance, in the reactions to one of nature’s most annoying creatures: the fly. The associate professor of biology at Brandeis University has devoted his time to studying the fruit fly. …

This Cosplayer Can Turn Herself Into Any Character (29 New Pics)

Alyson Tabbitha is no different. Except for the fact that being just one hero isn’t enough for her. Sometimes it seems like she wants to embody every single comic book, movie and video game protagonist in existence. At least for a few hours. Keep on scrolling, share your fave Alyson cosplays with your friends, and remember to upvote the ones you love most! When you’re done, check out Bored Panda’s other post about Alyson the cosplayer. #1 Nebula (Guardians Of The Galaxy ) #2 Newt Scamander (Fantastic Beasts) A mind-boggling 1 million cosplay fans follow Alyson on Instagram, while another 516,000 Internet users follow her on Facebook. I’m sure that some of us are a tiny bit jealous of all …

20 Of The Most Iconic Photographs And The Cameras That Captured Them

One of the most iconic photos in history is, without a doubt, The Burning Monk. We’ve all seen this photo in school books, on the news, and in most-famous photo lists. The monk’s name was Thích Quảng Đức. He self-immolated in Saigon on June 11, 1963, to protest the South Vietnamese government’s persecution of Buddhists. The person who captured this selfless sacrifice for the greater good was photographer, Malcolm Browne. He passed away in 2012 but his legacy lives on. “I was thinking only about the fact it was a self-illuminated subject that required an exposure of about, oh say, f10 or whatever it was, I don’t really remember. I was using a cheap Japanese camera by the name of …

50 Struggles That 90s Kids Remember Too Well

The technology that kids now take for granted was refined over the years through our experiences. We eventually got the internet but we needed to wait for it to connect. We had phones, but they were connected to our houses until Nokia came along with SMS and snake. Oh, and we had something similar to Netflix too, but you had to go to rent a tape or DVD at the videostore. Looking back, these things might seem incredibly basic and inconvenient now, but we loved them! And I’ll take my Nirvana/Soundgarden/Faith No More mixtape over your Jonas Brothers Spotify playlist any day of the week… #2 #3 Analogue and dial-up modems: Before broadband and 4G networks came along we connected …

This 5-Year-Old Afghan Boy Dances With Joy After Getting A New Prosthetic Leg And Its Heartwarming

Most of us are aware of the sad reality that has been going on in Afghanistan for a while now. Without going into further details, the saddest part of the ongoing war is hurting civilians and especially their children who have no control over their lives at this point in time and are faced with uncertainty every day. It is estimated that more than a million people in Afghanistan are suffering from some form of disability – many of them through injuries from the war. Recently, one video of an Afghan boy dancing went viral for a heartwarming yet – heart-wrenching – reason. If you want to make at least a small change in the lives of people in Afghanistan, …

45 Times People Took Inspiration From Famous Brands

Because, for some reason, brands are super important to us humans, many small businesses will seek to boost their image and profile by associating themselves with something more recognizable. Piracy is a crime and while some businesses blatantly do not care, others go to hilariously ridiculous lengths to try and get away with it! #2 They’re Crappy, But Flattering #3 I Saw This Movie Once According to Lapixa, more than half (51.66%) of all counterfeits came from China, but were also produced in Southeast Asia (9.04%) and Eastern Europe (4.47%). The production costs in these countries are low due to the use of cheap source materials and poor working conditions, furthermore costs for development and marketing basically do not exist. …