Retrievers have been one of the most popular breeds in the world for many years and there’s a good reason why. They are super-friendly and love everybody, the’re lots of fun and full of silly energy, plus they are simply always happy. The pictures below show you why we all love retrievers and don’t miss the touching bonus at the end.

We at Bright Side put together a bunch of photos showing the awesome nature of these dogs.

1. They know how to have fun.

2. They are great at landscaping.

3. They know how to change color.

4. They are great team players.

5. They look after others.

6. They are very romantic.

7. They are very loyal.

8. They eat anything, even water.

9. or fire…

10. Snow is good for eating too.

11. They’re ready for any challenge.

12. They know how to respect their elders.

13. Their photobombing skills are unbeatable.

14. They can sleep anywhere.

15. They know how to exercise.

16. They make good pillows.

17. Hello, little caterpillar, are you my baby?

18. That’s a very comfy chair.

19. What’s better than one retriever? 5 retrievers.

20. I am upside-down dog.

21. Oops, I did it again.

22. The water got lab tested.

23. Let’s skip the middleman, put the food directly in my mouth.

24. Retriever invasion

25. Besties forever


Bretagne, the Last 9/11 Ground Zero Service Dog

In this bonus, we want to ask you to remember those dogs who work on rescue teams, with blind or disable people, or who help firefighters. We want to highlight the story about Bretagne, a Golden Retriever who was a search-and-rescue dog that worked at many different places including the rubble of the World Trade Center site looking for survivors. For her last walk, she received an honor wall and salute. She has also been honored with a statue in her home town. RIP, Bretagne, thank you for your service.

Do you have a Lab or a Goldie? Or maybe a Curly Coated Retriever? Please share a photo of your furry family member with us in the comments below.

FBI special agent is one of the hardest jobs to get into. According to statistics, less than 5% of the applicants are accepted. Answering a number of questions can show if the candidate has a natural potential to develop creative thinking and logic based reasoning skills. Would you be one of the few who nailed the test?

We at Bright Side want to give you an opportunity to feel like a special agent with these 5 cases to solve.

1. Who is the mother?

This is the first test. Look at the picture.

There are two ladies in a room who are sitting opposite each other while a little boy plays on the floor. Study the image well.

Question. Who do you think is the real mother of the child?


The mother of the child is the lady on the left. She is sitting so that her legs are directed towards the child.

  • This position reflects the natural desire of a mother to protect her child.
  • The posture of the woman on the left is protective, slightly bent forward.
  • It is natural for small children to face their mother when playing or doing some sort of activity, if she is around.

2. Two pills

A serial killer kidnapped people and made them take one of two pills, one was harmless, and the other was poisonous. Whichever pill a victim took, the serial killer took the other one. Each time, the victims died and the serial killer survived.

Question. How did the killer always get the harmless pill?


Both pills were harmless. The poison was in the glass of water the victims drank.

3. Beverages

A man and a woman went to a restaurant for dinner. While they were waiting for the main dish, she ordered 5 drinks with ice because it was very hot. The woman drank 4 of them all at once, while the man only drank one. After a while the man became ill and died. The doctors said that all the drinks were poisoned.


Why was the woman still alive when the man died? Read again carefully.


The poison was in the ice. Since the woman had her drinks quickly, the ice didn’t have time to melt. The man drank slowly and the poison melted into his drink.

4. Cassette


Imagine a scene. A man was found dead, he has a pistol in his hand and a cassette recorder next to him. The detective pressed the “Play” button and listened the message, it said “I am tired of this life and decided to stop my pain and suffering” and then a shot follows. Somehow the detective doesn’t believe that it was a suicide.

Why does the detective think that it was a murder?


If the man killed himself, how could he rewind the cassette to the beginning?

5. Christmas mistery

An detective was on duty during the Christmas holidays and on the morning of December 25th he went on a call. He rang the doorbell, and a minute later a sleepy house owner opened it. The detective said “Your neighbor says that yesterday, on Christmas Eve, he came to your place for a party and while he was here, you broke into his house and stole some valuable items.”

The owner replied: “That’s not true. Our family celebrated Christmas Eve at our friends place. We barely had time to decorate our Christmas tree.”

The detective said: “No worries. It’s quite obvious for me that your neighbor is a liar.”

Question. How did the detective know?


The Christmas tree lights are unplugged and actually missing one bulb, they wouldn’t work without it. It was clear for the detective that the owner was telling the truth. He had decorated the tree in such a hurry that he didn’t even check to see whether the lights were working or not.

Have you nailed it? Tell us in the comments about your results.

Illustrated by Natalia Kulakova for

Redecorating can be a complicated process. However, if one wants to play it smart, it’s possible to change the living space without spending a truckload of money.

Bright Side found a few easy ways to make your house more comfortable and cozy without making a serious financial investment.

1. Use frames for more than just photographs

Use frames for unusual items. Try using a frame around an oversized mirror or a TV set. You can even make DIY frames for sockets and switches. This trick can make any interior look richer, turning an ordinary apartment into a chic palace.

2. Use space zoning

Discreet zoning in an interior adds coziness and a feeling of comfort and privacy to a home. There’s no need to build fences or buy heavy bookcases and racks as a separating unit. It’s enough to paint some walls into different colors or put linoleum on the floor. This trick is very useful for studios and small apartments.

3. Decorate ordinary things

Ordinary things can become the highlight of an interior if they are simply reworked a bit. A new chandelier costs a lot of money. As a cheaper option, paint the old domes and draw something on the bulbs — you’ll gain a cool designer piece that will make your guests look up more often. You can do the same thing with plain dresser drawers.

4. Change the headboard

A bed is a focal point in any bedroom — it is the most dominant part of the design of the room. Put more focus on the headboard and you’ll see how the whole interior can change.

5. Change door knobs

Shops are full of creative accessories. Take advantage of this by changing the doorknobs and handles of wardrobes, cupboards, and dressers. It won’t take a lot of time and will take your home’s coziness and uniqueness up a notch.

6. Highlight the things you can’t hide

Many interiors have pieces that spoil the whole look of a room, but can’t be removed. In the majority of cases, people try to hide or disguise these eye-sores. If there is an old radiator for example, you can turn it into an art-piece by simply painting it boldly. If there are some wires sticking out of a wall, they can be arranged into a pattern that’s interesting to look at.

7. Going higher

If there is a lack of space that you feel can only be remedied by moving to a different apartment, then an ordinary ladder may save the day. Don’t be afraid of placing high shelves right under the ceiling. There will be no dust and you’ll get significantly more space.

8. Change skirting boards

Modern skirting boards are made of plastic and everyone can afford them. They can be painted, put on the walls, or they can even cover sharp angles. Well-chosen skirting boards look like luxurious moldings, adding chicness to any interior.

9. Don’t make ceilings complicated

Sometimes, the simplest and cheapest option is the right one. Don’t bother using suspended and tensioned ceilings: they cost a lot and steal 4-7 cm of a room’s height. Instead of complicating things, simply prime the ceiling and paint it. Buy some beautiful lighting with the money you’ll have saved.

10. Create illusions

Mirrors are the best helpers when creating the art of illusion. Put several mirrors on one wall — they will replace any other type of decoration and will be a good alternative to photographs, posters or pictures. Moreover, they will add more light and volume to the interior, which is especially useful in small apartments.

Bonus: 3D floor designs

3D floors are often used in bathrooms. They are made by using layers of epoxy resin in order to create the feeling of a 3D picture. This design definitely adds volume and depth to the interior and will surprise and puzzle anyone who steps into your bathroom.

The main tip: don’t be afraid to break the rules and show your individuality! There’s always a way to leave some space for new ideas. If you have any cool ideas on improving the interior without spending a lot of money, share them with us in the comments.

Two different people took identical photos of a lighthouse at the same second; a boy found a little Lego copy of his father; or a boyfriend and a girlfriend look like two peas in a pod — if you saw all of these in real life you’d say “No way that’s possible!” Do you think we’re exaggerating? Actually, things like this happen pretty often in everyday life.

Bright Side gathered amazing photos with perfect timing and perfect matches.

“My new girlfriend made this collage to show me how similar we are.”

Two photographers, who didn’t know each other, took identical pictures of a lighthouse at the exact same second.

Light from a window matched the light part of the painting.

“My son was excited to find Daddy in his new Lego kit.”

When the observer becomes part of the painting.

This is what harmony looks like.

When you’re so popular that they make you your own cosplay brush.

It’s like he’s carrying the missing piece of this car.

A pair of chameleon socks.

“Did someone shoot a movie at my house while I was at work?”

This bull has transparent patches.

In case you don’t know what mimicry is.

He looks good in those boots.

“Ankle boots. Free shipping.”

“I challenge you to a fight!”

“Our coach looks surprised.”

A girl and her fluffy friend’s eye color match.

A real bird is flying along the drawing.

Have you ever seen any perfect coincidences like these? Share your photos and stories in the comments.

Even though there are tons of remedies to make up for a lack of vitamins, people from different countries still suffer from vitamin deficiency. But this is not a good reason to take loads of vitamins without knowing their effects. Scientists found out that a balanced diet gives the body all it needs. In this article, we will tell you about how to restore a lack of vitamins without it being harmful to your health.

Bright Side has learned about several signs to look for which will help you to understand which vitamins your body needs most. All you need to do is step up to the mirror and take a good look at yourself.

1. Hair loss


What to do:

  • To increase the consumption of B7, eat more almonds, soybeans, potatoes (mashed or baked), and bananas.

2. Cramping


  • Frequent cramping means that you lack calcium, magnesium, and potassium. This can happen if you do many sports because when you sweat, a lot of minerals leave your body.

What to do:

  • Eat more nuts (like almonds and hazelnuts), pumpkin, bananas, and apples.

3. Rash on the face


  • A lack of vitamin B7 (biotin). Our bodies store a lot of fat-soluble vitamins (A, E, K, D), but the B-group vitamins need to be constantly restored.

What to do:

  • Except for the nutritional supplements you can buy in pharmacies, you can increase the amount of biotin intake simply by changing your diet. Eat mushrooms, potatoes, cheese, boiled eggs, spinach, and cauliflower.

4. Numbness in your limbs


  • Not enough foods rich in vitamins B6, B12, and B9 (folic acid). These vitamins influence the nutritional blocks which are used for the production of healthy blood cells that are necessary for transporting oxygen to the cells.

What to do:

  • Eat more beans, citrus, seafood and poultry.

5. Bumps on hips and hands


What to do:

  • Try to decrease the amount of consumed trans fat. You should eat a lot of salmon and nuts. Don’t forget about vitamin A which is found in vegetables such as carrots or sweet red pepper.

6. Yellow in the whites of your eyes


What to do:

  • Include more sources of vitamins in your diet. There is a lot of B12 in cow and chicken liver, milk, salmon, tuna and mutton.

7. Affected dental tissue


  • Vitamin D deficiency. Research showed that people who lack vitamin D often suffer from periodontitis.

What to do:

  • A diet which includes foods rich in calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin D is very important for the health of your teeth. Eat dairy products, brown rice, tomatoes, beans, fish, citrus, and grapes.

8. Cracks in the corners of your mouth


What to do:

  • Try eating more poultry, fish (salmon), eggs, beans, and nuts. We also recommend combining these foods with vegetables because vitamin C helps fight infection and improves the metabolism of iron.

It’s important to remember that all these signs really mean that you lack the vitamins you can get simply by changing your diet. However, these signs can also mean that you have problems which have nothing to do with vitamin deficiency.

For example, acne can be caused by an allergic reaction and numbness in limbs can signal some problems with your neck. That’s why you should always consult a doctor just to be sure.

Do you take vitamins often? Or do you prefer to employ a healthy diet? Tell us what you think in the comment section below!

A person’s health directly depends on their lifestyle. And this is why we absolutely have to keep track of the latest scientific discoveries concerning health. For example, scientists have recently learned that dim light makes us dumber, drinking hot tea can be extremely dangerous, and there are a thousand times more bacteria in fitness clubs than in public restrooms.

Bright Side has collected 10 recent medical discoveries that everyone needs to read about.

1. Brain aging starts at the age of 25

The scientists from the Medical University of Gdansk, Poland, and Lancaster University, UK, have learned how to track the pulsation of spinal fluid. Thanks to this, they learned that the pulsation frequency slows down starting from the age of 25, which means that the human brain starts aging from the age of 25, and not at 40 as was previously believed.

2. More bacteria is found in gyms than in bathrooms

The team at the credible fitness resource, has done their own research and found out that the risk of getting an infection in a gym is much greater than that in a public restroom: the study found 326 times more bacteria in a gym than on any toilet seat. Besides, more than 70 % of the bacteria are potentially dangerous for people as they can easily cause a cold or a skin disease. The most contaminated places in gyms were stationary bikes and treadmills. Specialists recommend taking the simplest safety precautions: use anti-bacterial wipes, don’t touch your face with your hands and don’t walk barefoot in the locker room or the shower.

3. Sleep can ward off sugar cravings

The scientists from the King’s College of London, UK, conducted an experiment with 42 perfectly healthy volunteers of normal weight who slept less than 8 hours a night. Half of the participants had to sleep less than usual for one month. Also, the participants were asked to write down everything they ate. At the end of the experiment, the duration of sleep increased by 21 minutes on average. The analysis showed that even this insignificant increase in sleep led to the decrease of consumption of sweet food by 10 grams a day which is one-third of the daily norm. Sleeping longer also led to a decrease in the interest of carbohydrates.

4. Hot tea could increase the risk of developing cancer

Chinese doctors claimed that it was dangerous to drink hot tea. For 9 years, doctors had been keeping track of the eating habits and health of almost 500,000 people aged from 30 to 79 years. The specialists found 1,731 cases of esophageal cancer among the subjects. The scientists also found that this disease was found 5 times more often among the patients who drank hot tea on a regular basis. The doctors made a conclusion that beverages hotter than 149 °C could harm the internal organs. Additionally, these complications are often caused by smoking and drinking. All these bad habits can lead to cancer.

5. Dim light makes us stupid

The scientists from Michigan State University conducted a study that proved being in dimly lit rooms worsens brain productivity. During the experiment, mice were kept in conditions where there was little light. For people, a gloomy winter day can have the same effect as a dimly lit room. As a result, the mice that were living in darker conditions forgot most of what they had been taught before, and they hardly did the tasks which they had easily done prior to the experiment. When the mice were later kept in bright daylight, the productivity of their brains restored completely.

The researchers concluded that dim light worsens the connections between neurons and leads to the decrease in intelligence. In other words, dim light it makes you dumber.

6. Imagination can help decrease pain

A psychologist at Leden University Kaya Peerdeman made a funny discovery when she was studying the placebo effect. It turned out that if you imagine that having an injection is painless, you actually might have less pain. This was proven during an experiment where participants were asked to put their arm in cold water for some time. Then, they were asked to do this again but while imagining that their arms were protected by a waterproof glove. Surprisingly enough, the placebo effect worked and the participants really experienced less pain when they put their arms in the cold water while using their imagination.

Peerdeman is planning to check this method of pain relief using the imagination on real patients who are about to have a surgery.

7. Muscles get older due to mutations in stem cells

A new study by researchers at Karolinska Institute in Sweden shows how an unexpectedly high number of mutations in the stem cells of muscles can impair cell regeneration. They found out that by the age of 70, every stem cell has undergone more than a thousand mutations. The DNA “breakage” is the consequence of cell division. But at a young age, the mechanism of restoring the nucleic acid works very well compared to that in an older person. Now scientists want to find out if physical activity in old age can slow down this pathological process.

8. Early baldness can be a sign of a heart condition

More than 2,000 young men living in India were observed during this study. Scientists found that those who had cardiovascular problems became bald early or their hair turned grey. So, early baldness in men younger than 40 could be a sign of upcoming problems with the cardiovascular system.

9. Pride saves old people from falling

As you probably know, elderly people fall more often than young people for a number of reasons. The main reasons being bad eyesight, motor impairments and a sedentary lifestyle.

But the scientists at Aberdeen and Sterling Universities conducted a few studies and found that elderly people who were confident and proud fell 19 % less than those with poor confidence of the same age. During future research, they will try to understand the mechanisms that explain this interesting phenomenon.

10. The secret to a long is revealed

Scientists from Northwestern University had been observing a group of people aged between 80 and 100 years old who didn’t have the slightest signs of dementia, and discovered the secret to their longevity. You should know that most of the subjects of this study were regular smokers, drank alcohol, loved coffee, didn’t have any special diet, and some of them even ate harmful foods like French fries and hamburgers — and none of them slept 8 hours a night as doctors recommend. But all of the participants were similar in that they had a very optimistic outlook, were emotionally stable and socially active.

The leading author of the study, Professor Emily Rogalski, came to the conclusion that a positive life view protects us from dementia better than a good diet or absence of bad habits.

Which of these discoveries amazed you the most? Tell us in the comment section below!

While some scientists are arguing about whether it’s possible to develop your intelligence level over the course of your life or whether you are limited by your genes, others are working on solving more pressing problems. They found out how to at least look smarter than we really are.

Bright Side made a list of the most effective and simple ways to give the impression that you are smart.

Work on your appearance

We have a tendency to think that attractive people are smarter than others. This is a stereotype that’s turned out to be true, according to the studies of the psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa.

According to Kanazawa, beautiful people are perfect in a genetic way. They are more attractive on the outside and they are smarter. This superiority has been forming for ages, that’s why everyone feels it at a subconscious level.

It’s very easy to deceive the public. Get a haircut that highlights the features of your face, visit a dentist to fix and whiten your teeth. And, use cosmetics to make your face look more symmetrical.

Don’t ignore the first impression

It’s believed that people are judged by their clothes. According to the scientific work of a team at Coastal Carolina University, the first impression made by a well-dressed person is remembered longer. Maybe this happens because the people around us just see us differently, or maybe because it really helps us feel more confident and show our best side.

Don’t be afraid of making eye contact

In some cultures, it’s not okay to make eye contact. But if you are not talking to someone who has this cultural tradition, you absolutely have to maintain eye contact. According to the research done by professor Nora A. Murphy, eye contact makes you look like an open and confident person.

If that doesn’t work, just put on…

…thick-framed glasses

A team of scientists from the University of Vienna shared their results from an unusual study. We all know the magical effect of glasses — they make any face look more intelligent. But, as it turns out, there is a connection between the thickness of the frame and the power of influence. So, if you want to look smarter, you need a thicker frame.

Speak clearly

The American physicist Leonard Mlodinow believes that a certain manner of speaking helps create the impression of being a smart person, even if you aren’t. You should speak clearly and not make long dramatic pauses. Don’t use special terminology if you aren’t sure that the person will understand you, because they might think that you are doing it on purpose to make them look stupid. Want to look like a smart person? Be a nice person!

…and smile

According to the results of a study conducted at the Charles University in Prague, people who smile don’t just seem nicer, but also seem smarter than those who don’t. However, this is mostly true for men. Maybe, it’s because women smile more often anyway, or because when women smile, some people think that they aren’t very smart.

Text so that you are easily understood

Nowadays, when texting has become much more popular than any other kind of communication, the ability to express your thoughts clearly and correctly is becoming more important than eloquence.

A Princeton University team has made an interesting study which has shown the connection between the simplicity of written texts and the reputation of the author. As it turnes out, the more simple the text, the smarter the author seems.

Use charts in your speech

Charts will make your text seem more scientific. It doesn’t matter that some people can’t even read charts. What matters is the effect carts have on people. A Cornwell University team has come to the conclusion that text with charts convinces readers more than text without them. They make readers trust the author more and think that the author is a talented person.

Walk like everyone else

Thanks to this unusual study, we know that people who walk faster or slower than others are not considered very smart. And there are reasons for that. Such people break the rhythm of other people, they cause falls, coffee spills on clothes, and create bad moods. If you don’t want to look stupid, walk like everybody else.

Make jokes and appreciate other people’s humor

If you at least react to other people’s jokes, you’re already considered smart. And if having the ability to make jokes is a nice bonus, then reacting to other people’s jokes is a necessity.

If you have your own ideas about outward signs of higher intelligence, share them in the comment section below!

It’s well-known that in Switzerland there are reliable banks, a lot of chocolate, and the Swiss Alps mountain range where cows give the best milk in the world. But these are not the most amazing things that you will discover about Switzerland. Do you know that this country has the most liberal gun laws, that bribes are legal, and that fines are based on your income? And these are not even the strangest things.

We at Bright Side have collected 10 facts which will show Switzerland from a totally unexpected side.

1. The country without a capital and a president

There is no president or capital of Switzerland, but there are 4 official languages in the country. The citizens have the right to cancel any law that the parliament passes and there have never been any racial conflicts in Switzerland.

2. The most liberal law about guns

Many people think that Switzerland is the country of pacifists because it remains neutral in any military conflict. But this is not entirely true. The military service for men there is obligatory and it starts at the age of 18. The biggest part of the male population is in the army reserve, that’s why men have weapons at home and are ready to use them at any moment.

There are 8 million people in the country and 4 million guns (that’s 50 guns for every 100 people). However, the crime rate in Switzerland is one of the lowest in the world. And alcohol is sold only until 10:00 p.m.

3. Bribes in this country are totally legal

In 2017, Switzerland took the 3rd place in the rating of the countries which actively fight bribery. What’s curious is that Switzerland decided to make bribery “legal” in a form of payment for a specific service. They thought that it would be more effective than fighting bribery.

4. Fines depend on your income

In Switzerland, you could have to pay the biggest fine in the world for speeding. A local car driver was driving at 180 miles per hour and he received a 650 thousand euro fine.

The thing is, the fines in this country are not fixed, and they depend on the amount of money that you earn. The more you earn, the more you pay. This is how they perceive justice in Switzerland.

5. Chocolate is the most exported product

6. The Swiss army knife is from Rome

The Swiss army knife appeared at the end of the 19th century, but actually, it has an even earlier prototype. In one of the Cambridge museums, you’ll find a universal tool which was created in Ancient Rome. It includes a spoon, a fork, a blade, a toothpick, a spatula, and (which is the strangest thing) a special spike to get the meat out of a shrimp shell.

The only part of the Swiss army knife which is not produced in Switzerland is the corkscrew. It’s made in Japan.

7. Santa Claus is accompanied by a strange friend

The Swiss Santa Claus’s name is Samichlaus. He visits children on the 6 December with a huge bag of candy, peanut butter, and tangerines. However, he doesn’t show up alone, he comes accompanied by a scary-looking man with a dark face wearing dark clothes.

This man’s name is Schmutzli which can be translated as “Muddy” — and his job is to hit naughty children with sticks. But the promises to become better next year help children avoid the punishment.

8. Hotel “Null Stern” is an open air hotel

In the Swiss Alps, twin brothers Frank and Patric Riklin, opened a hotel called “Null Stern” in the open air. A night in a “room” without walls and a ceiling costs $300. The hotel is situated at almost 4 thousand feet above sea level. Except for the double bed, there are bedside tables and even a TV.

The coolest part about the hotel rooms is the view of Switzerland right from your bed. Before this, the twin brothers had already created unusual hotels. One of them was in a bomb shelter and the other was in a nuclear bunker.

9. The first leaf on a chestnut tree in Geneva symbolizes spring

In Geneva, for more than 200 years, a special tradition about the coming of spring exists. When the chestnut growing next to the government building in Geneva has it’s first leaf, spring has officially come. Most of the time, spring comes in March, but sometimes, funny things happen, like for example in 2002, the tree had its first leaf on December 29. In 2006, spring came twice: the leaves appeared in March, and then when nobody expected, again in October.

In 2017, spring came on March 11. Almost on schedule.

10. Caring about guinea pigs

The citizens of Switzerland can’t have only one guinea pig as a pet. This is because scientists figured out that these animals are very sad when they are alone and they need company. So, when one guinea pig dies, its owner must buy the other one a friend which means that the owner could have guinea pigs forever. In order to avoid this, there is a special rental service. You can buy a guinea pig at a regular price and return it for half the price at any time.

When it comes to cats, you allowed have one cat only on the condition that it’s allowed to go outside or see other cats from the window. Otherwise, you have to buy two.

Which of the facts amazed you the most? Maybe, you’ve to been to Switzerland and you have some interesting facts to share about this country? Tell us in the comment section below!

The world is full of chaos, that’s why even the smallest demonstrations of harmony are like a breath of fresh air for many of us. Perfectionists have an even more difficult time, so we decided to make them a little bit happier. Enjoy!

Bright Side has collected 20 photographs which are closer than anything to what we call perfection. And at the end of the article, there is a very nice bonus for you.

20. When you have an avocado and a lot of free time.

19. Perfection cubed

18. Small bowls in a big one

17. This slope deserves a song, it’s so amazing!

16. When a coin fell into a puddle:

15. This bench is made from a curled-up paving stone.

14. If you decide to sort your containers, do it this way.

13. When you plumber loves order:

12. An animal who likes straight lines just as much as we do.

11. What do they call these types of people?

10. The gate to the perfectionist’s paradise

9. Don’t ask why there are so many water bottles in the fridge. Just enjoy.

8. Who cares what the scale will show?

7. When you know how to make stuff:

6. Someone did a great job.

5. Perfect woodchip spiral

4. When you are the only perfectionist in your village:

3. This cable management:

2. Just imagine how the vegeterians must feel

1. Cheese shop as art

Bonus: don’t thank us

Tell us which picture held your attention the longest?

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