Board games are supposed to foster fun and togetherness with friends and family. But not all of them can be winners. Thanks to our friends at Flashbak, we can enjoy some of the lesser-known board games from the 70’s and 80’s. Thank goodness for Netflix.
More from our friends at Flashbak. The 70’s and 80’s was a Golden Age for all-girl pop groups. But for every The Runaways or The Go-Go’s, there were a hundred Bene Bene Bene’s–obscure knockoffs, unknown outside of Europe. Let’s take a look at 30 of these undiscovered disco dollies and new-wave foxes in no particular order.
Being a parent means creating a safe and healthy environment for your children, and then watching as they tear that environment apart in ways you could never predict. Recently, parents of Reddit shared rules they never imagined they’d need, much less have to enforce. These are the situations no parenting book can prepare you for.
2016 brought us a lot of things. Good things. Bad things. And more than a few bizarre things. However you feel about this year though, there’s no denying that Twitter, as usual, gave us plenty to laugh about, especially where parenting tweets are concerned.
Check out this list of the year’s funniest tweets about kids to see what we mean. You don’t need to be a parent to find them funny. All you need is a sense of humor. Which one is the funniest? Let us know in the comments below and don’t forget to vote for the best!
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Buying groceries can be a drag, but professional prankster Jeff Wysaski, aka Obvious Plant, livened up the shopping experience at his local grocery store by placing real-looking “store tips” among the aisles. We hope nobody actually attempted them.
Shaun Moriarty, a 36-year-old designer from Brisbane, Australia was surprised when he opened a family text message thread and found a picture of a perfect cube. His father, Tom, had sent it to them with no explanation except a math problem.
Then, going full Dad Mode, Tom began photographing the cube around the house.