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A year on from Donald Trump’s inauguration women have taken to the streets once again, as a follow up to last year’s Women’s March.

Proving that this movement here to stay, thousands of women turned out to voice their displeasure with the current administration in Washington D.C. and just like last year, they have made some hilariously creative and clever signs.

It has been a tough year for many of these protesters, who have seen attacks on their reproductive rights, the rise of far-right movements and an immigration reform that is dividing families as well as the nation as a whole.

Despite this, the protests took place peacefully and with an optimism and good humor that bodes well for future female activism. With more women now signing up for office than ever, and the rise of movements like the ‘Me Too’ campaign highlighting the insidious mistreatment of women by powerful men in Hollywood, it seems that women’s voices are being heard in the fight for a fairer, more equal society.

Scroll down to check out some of the wittiest, most creative and downright brutal signs from the march. Let us know what you think in the comments, and don’t forget to vote for your favorite!

Donald Trump tweeted out his support for the march, despite the fact that many of the protests were directed squarely at him womens protest...

Some friendships might seem unlikely, but in reality, move mountains and melt hearts. A few years ago we wrote about a beautiful, yet uncommon, the friendship between a shepherd dog Ingo and an owl Poldi and today we present even more feathered friends of the pup.

Ingo and friends are the members of Tanja Brandt’s family who is an incredible animal photographer. These furry and feathered beauties are perfect models to portray beautiful, sweet and unexpected moments between two extremely different species.

“I’ve always loved animals, since I was a baby, unlike the rest of my family”- said Tanja to Bored Panda in 2015. “When I was little, I found every sort of pet and then hid it from my parents. I love the beauty, power, loyalty, courage, and friendship of animals. Many people could learn from them.”

Below you can find some of the most amazing pictures of unlikely friends ever. Which one is your favorite?

More info: ingoundelse.de | Facebook | 500px.com

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Some unexpected visitors at your window are more welcome than others. Pretty much all human beings are a creepy no. Maybe you have seen that menacing kangaroo creepily tapping the window with its huge claws? Hell no!

Birds, on the other hand are generally a beautiful sight to behold, waiting patiently at your window and looking inquisitively inside. Some people (known as ‘twitchers’), go to great lengths to get a sight of some of these birds, travelling around the world for just a glimpse. These lucky folks don’t even have to leave their couch!

We here at Bored Panda have compiled a list of times when birds and humans became buddies, and our feathered friends began to stop by for a visit. Scroll down below to check it out, and feel free to add your own ‘twitcher’ pics!

I Work On The 10th Floor Of An Office Tower. I Have A Friend Who Stops By Daily.

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I’m A Pilot, When Birds Visit Me, It Doesn’t End Well

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I Used To Work In A 10 Story Building And These Were My Daily Visitors.

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I Too Have A Feathered Friend Who Hangs Out By My Window

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I Have 4 Feathered Friends Who Come By My Window Every Morning For Breakfast

Every workplace has its own rules, but have you thought about what the inner workings of a fancy lingerie store are? It seems that there are only so many people who have experienced it from the inside, surrounding the place with a mysterious aura. Somebodysmama has decided to tell what really goes down behind closed lingerie shop doors, and their stories sound like a collection of hilariously intimate journal entries.

“My first job out of high school was at an upscale lingerie store,” they said. “Working [there] was different than I expected.” All in all, they call the experience as a “fun” one. Till it lasted. “I was fired for lates. I was 18 and an idiot, trying to juggle school and work. I wish it had been for something funny.” Scroll down to check out what the bra slinger went through!

“My first job out of high school was at an upscale lingerie store. Here are some of my stories”

“It was a shock that people were permitted to try the undergarments in their bare flesh. Even thongs (which we all know go up where the poopoo comes out) were permitted.”

“Because of this strange and gross practice, we were allowed to “damage out” questionable items once a client left

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David Harbour is at it again. We posted recently about his awesome gesture of responding to a fan who asked him to be in her senior year photos, and now it seems to have given people ideas!

Clearly not learning from his previous experience of betting for retweets on Twitter, (although we think he actually knows exactly what he is doing and just loves meeting his fans) David tried to raise the bar this time. Last time he agreed to 25K retweets to meet the challenge, which was met in no time whatsoever.

Now, when Ericka Millholland shot out a tweet to him saying “What would it take to get @DavidKHarbour to be the Officiant at my wedding in September?!” he came back with a much higher figure, as well as some tongue-in-cheek demands as part of the deal.

“125k retweets,” he wrote. “Provided date works with s3 shooting schedule, I will get ordained and perform ceremony.  I get to read an esteemed love letter of my choosing, and after the cake is officially cut, I get the very first piece.”

Predictably, despite the higher figure, 125K retweets were again reached in no time. “Dammit. Not even 24hours. You’re kidding me. @ErickaElizabth DM me please to get the ball rolling. I’m making it seriously hard next time, internet, this is not over between us…” David said after the challenge was met. And so Ericka, 23, and her fiance Daniel Rockwood, 27,...

Simon Laprise has sculpted a full-sized car replica out of snow to fool the snow removal guys, but it attracted the attention of local police officers instead. The 33-year-old Canadian woodworker from Montreal said it was an innocent joke, but the cops even pulled over to write a ticket for the ‘illegally parked’ vehicle.

“I did the car to have fun expressing my creativity on that beautiful day,” Laprise told Buzzfeed. It was a full-sized replica of a DeLorean DMC-12 (the Back to the Future car), although some say it looks more like a third generation Toyota Supra. In parts of Canada, however, parking in a snow removal zone when plowing is scheduled is prohibited. And that’s probably why the cops pulled over.

Upon further inspection, they did identify the vehicle for what it actually was. Finally, the police left a fake ticket on the fake car: “You made our night!!!”

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The 33-year-old woodworker sculpted a full-sized replica of a DeLorean DMC-12 (the Back to the Future car) completely out of snow

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He said it was an innocent joke, aimed at the snow removal guys

If you’re anything like me, you take the letters written to ‘agony aunts’ in the newspaper with a pinch of salt. Some just seem too weird to be real, others just make you think “Don’t you have any friends to ask instead?”

Still, some people seem to believe that this method, asking a total stranger for advice about private matters on a public forum, is the best way forward. Take this mother for example, who wrote to ‘Dear Prudence’ an agony aunt on Slate that appears as a podcast, live chat and publication on their website.

Like many older mothers, she dreams of the pitter-patter of tiny feet returning once again to the family in the form of dear grandchildren. Feeling like she’s tried all options on the table to get her son and daughter-in-law to agree, she turns to Prudie. “How do we convince them that we only want them to be happy?” She asks.

I think it’s fair to say, Prudie is not impressed. Scroll down to see her scathing response, and tell us what you think. Do you agree with Prudie? Have any sympathy with the mother? Let us know in the comments below!

This letter to ‘Dear Prudence,’ an agony aunt on the magazine Slate, appeared recently and received a scathing reply from Prudie

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Hi, I’m the cartoonist behind Seebangnow comics and I’m called Bang! I’ve been drawing and doodling since I can remember, but I’ve only been seriously (more or less) drawing comics for the past 3 years or so.

Quite a few of my comics are about cats, and since I don’t actually own a cat, I assume that cats abduct me in my sleep and plant ideas in my head. So now I love cats and must obey their commands. I live in a cat-loving area, so there are plenty of friendly strays to inspire me.

I draw comics because I like making people laugh, and I’m happy if I can brighten up their day just a little bit, especially since real life can be quite dreary. When I’m depressed I read comics and play video games, and I feel a bit better – so I hope my drawings can have the same effect!

I hope you like my work! Thanks for reading!

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Kids say the darndest things, as we all know by now. They are also prone to inadvertently drawing outrageously rude things, as we pointed out in a previous post. Turns that they give hilariously inappropriate greetings cards too!

From innocent, unfortunate spelling mistakes that turn something like word ‘whole’ into a startling insult, to brutally honest take-downs made with the sweetest of intentions, this list compiled by Bored Panda has it all.

Scroll down to check it out, and feel free to add your own funny kid’s cards in the comments!

My Young Niece And I Send Each Other Funny Cards In The Mail Sometimes. Her Latest One Really Cut Me Deep.

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Look, A Fathers Day Card From My 10yo Daughter. How Sweet… Wait What?

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In The Hospital With Pancreatitis, This Is The Get Well Soon Card And My Daughter Drew For Me.

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A bride-to-be claims she and her fiance got a lot more from their wedding photographer than they have bargained for. And not in a good way, either. Everything started when Katie Liepold turned to Facebook to hire a photographer for her May wedding. After receiving about 20 responses, the couple picked Tower Photography in Medina which offered an engagement shoot to go along with two hours of coverage at the reception for $600. Including a free humiliating experience.

“Didn’t really need the engagement session, but it was in the package so we did it,” Liepold told 5 News Cleveland. The shoot with photographer Linda Silvestri seemed to have went well. “We laughed, we talked, we joked, we shared stories.”

When the couple got the images back, however, they noticed something was off. “This isn’t exactly what I thought I was going to get,” said Liepold. “She actually photoshopped one picture of us skinnier.” A side-by-side comparison of two images clearly reveals a dramatic change. “She probably took like 30 pounds off each of us.”

“That wasn’t asked for, and I just felt like that was really hurtful and my pictures weren’t good enough to be left alone.” Silvestri responded by telling Liepold she could cancel the contract. According to the bride-to-be, it wasn’t the end of the story. She claims that Silvestri left a hurtful rant on a Facebook page called Northeast Ohio Wedding Professionals Only. It started with “and people have...

Good ads have the power to impact society but these will probably only make it laugh. Bored Panda has compiled a hilarious list of epic advertising on vehicle fails, and it will definitely raise your eyebrows.

I mean, creatives have to consider a lot of things when coming up with an idea for an ad. You’d think location is one of them, right? Not so much. From sliding doors to opening windows, there’s plenty of stuff that can ruin a perfectly good design, and you have to double check everything before greenlighting something that will represent your brand. Or else Mitchell’s Wholesale Provedores might become Mitchell’s Whores. Scroll down to check out some of the funniest ads on wheels that were noticed a little too late and upvote your favorites!

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The image of a perfect woman in the 1950s is familiar to all of us – a diligent wife, slaving around the house all day, preparing delicious meals for her hardworking husband, taking care of the children, and all that with a smile, of course. This image was reflected a lot in the ads of that era too. Inspired by them, photographer and video editor from Beirut, Lebanon, Eli Rezkallah created a series called “In A Parallel Universe” where he switched up the gender roles portrayed in those ads to reveal the absurdity of such stereotypes with humor.

“Last Thanksgiving, I overheard my uncles talk about how women are better off cooking, taking care of the kitchen, and fulfilling “their womanly duties,” Rezkallah writes on his website. “Although I know that not all men are like my uncles and think that way, I was surprised to learn that some still do, so I went on to imagine a parallel universe, where roles are inverted and men are given a taste of their own sexist poison.”

Scroll down to see these funny recreations of old-school ads for yourself!

More info: elirezkallah.com

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First Snow For This Sweet Little Girl

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There are times in life where you need to be at your very best, make a great impression and start off in the best possible way. Meeting your new boss for dinner at her place can be considered as one of these occasions.

This is the story of a supportive man, accompanying his nervous wife to dinner with her boss at her brand new job. Sounds like a pretty cool guy right? Turns out, not so much. When confronted with a raw meat problem (think Mr. Bean, hiding little pieces of his steak tartar all over his table) he decided instead to use a less sophisticated and probably even dumber approach.

Scroll down below to read how this epic tale unfolded, first from the point of view of the husband, and then his wife. Bon appetit!

This supportive husband went along with his wife to her boss’ house for dinner, eager to make a good impression

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Depending what time of year they’re born, Monarch butterflies can live from 2 weeks to about 5 months, but this guy’s time was threatened to be cut ever shorter. Romy McCloskey committed to raising these creatures some time ago, and after one of them came into this world with a wing defect, she knew something had to be done. McCloskey turned her home into an operating room and used common household items to perform a wing transplant.

“I am a professional costume designer and master hand embroiderer,” she said. “This was right up my alley.” Her supplies included a towel, a wire hanger, contact cement, a toothpick, a cotton swab, scissors, tweezers, talc powder, and an extra butterfly wing from one of her little girls that died a few days before.

According to McCloskey, there’s no need to drug the butterflies when performing such a procedure. She compared their wings to human nails or hair: “They do not have pain receptors.”

Scroll down to check out how the surgery went!

Romy McCloskey on social media: Facebook | Instagram

“The patient: this 3-day-old little boy was born with torn upper and lower wings. Let’s see how we can help!”

“The operating room and supplies: towel, wire hanger, contact cement, toothpick, cotton swab, scissors, tweezers, talc powder, extra butterfly wing”

“Securing the butterfly and cutting the damaged...