The Happiest House in The World

A house that looks alive and jolly is not only possible in cartoons. This fanciful one-of-a-kind architectural piece was built in Braunschweig (or Brunswick), Germany at the beginning of the millennium. The main culprit for the Rizzihaus was the Brooklyn pop-artist James Rizzi, famous for his characteristic chromatic pop-art genius. Continue reading

10 Life Lessons Kids Can Teach Us

What do children know that adults seem to have forgotten? Children are more confident, more courageous and enjoy life far more intensely than adults. Sometimes it feels that we spend our entire lives trying to return to who we were as children. Here’s what we can learn from our younger selves to bring more clarity and joy into adulthood. Continue reading

Being Poor

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Being poor is knowing exactly how much everything costs.

Being poor is getting angry at your kids for asking for all the crap they see on TV.

Being poor is having to keep buying $800 cars because they’re what you can afford, and then having the cars break down on you, because there’s not an $800 car in America that’s worth a damn. Continue reading

Kiddle! New Child-Friendly Search Engine by Google

Google is the go-to website for everyone who has access to internet. A question, a query, any assignment, or any normal information, the only person we ask is Google.
There was a time when we even checked our internet connection by going to Google.
Google is that friend we don’t consider to be really important but they are the best one there is.
But, kids, remember there were a lot of times when you searched something and some unwanted and ‘bad’ links, something you are not supposed to see.
But internet placed that link, so it’s not really your fault.
But, your parents and other ‘more intelligent’ people don’t want you to see them.
So, here’s some good news.

Bad links

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