JOIN
OUR EMAIL LIST!

We all want to be Beyonce. The beauty and tragedy of our world is that only Beyonce can ever really be Beyonce, but that doesn't stop the rest of us from dreaming. The Queen B recently appeared on the cover of Vogue, modeling a flower crown in a way that made us all realize we should have been wearing flower crowns this whole time.



Inspired, comedian/actress/writer/Twitter pro Mindy Kaling decided to recreate the picture with the caption "Pad Thai, Vogue Edition."




@mindykaling/Twitter

Kaling's efforts were so successful that Twitter users everywhere busted out their floral skills to try and mimic Beyonce's cover in their own ways:




Some of these photos were actually taken a while ago, but are now seeing a flower-crown based resurgence!



Can flower crowns be a permanent thing now?


Everyone is welcome in the flower kingdom.



Congratulations to Beyonce and Mindy Kaling for continuing to kill it every time they get the chance. We in the flower-crown community are forever in your debt.

H/T - Buzzfeed, ABC News

Image by Nika Akin from Pixabay

We've all said something stupid, let's not lie to ourselves.

Keep reading... Show less
Image by Nebraska Department of Education from Pixabay

The advice "fake it til you make it," though often said with at least a hint of sarcasm, does carry quite a bit of wisdom.

Keep reading... Show less
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay

I'm going to be perfectly honest––I'm a city boy. I'm not a huge fan of hiking or camping. I happen to be a huge fan of running water. Have you heard of it? It's great. Highly recommended.

I've also, on a more humorous note, watched far too many horror films over the years and don't particularly like idea of running off into the woods only to piss off some demon that was perfectly fine until I arrived. I also have immense respect for our friendly neighborhood serial killers and demonstrate this regularly by staying out of their territory.

Those who love the great outdoors had plenty to share after Redditor Your_Normal_Loser asked the online community, "

Hikers of Reddit, what is the weirdest or creepiest thing you've come across while hiking?"
Keep reading... Show less

Time is of the essence. And time is not definable. Those are lessons we learn as we get older; as times passes and fluctuates in front of us.

Time is always fleeting yet always catches up to us. I find myself shocked when I wake up on certain days and realize I'm a particular age of my parent that sticks out for me.

Like, how did that happen? I guess I should just be thankful I'm still here to witness it all.

Redditor u/TW1103 wanted to discuss the meaning... of time and all of its affects by asking:

What fact really puts the scale of time into an insane perspective?
Keep reading... Show less