We’ve all seen them floating around the ether of the internet. Motivational Posters telling us to “Follow Your Dreams!” or “Step out of your comfort zone!” And I think we can all agree that most of it is a load of highly concentrated fecal matter.

So here’s a list of motivation posters for people who hate doing those kinds of things, actual people who can’t “Travel somewhere new every week!” or “Turn their dreams into reality!”

You don’t know me, maybe my dreams are nightmares, and I’ll be damned if those ever come to life! (Flying Zombies with Super Powers, there’s no where to hide from that.)



Horia Varlan


Cessna 206


Kiwi Tom




Patty’s Photos


Thomas Shahan




Magnus Brath


Greg Westfall









Which motivational poster is your favorite? Or do you have a better one?

Let us know in the comments below!

Language has always been a curiously complex phenomenon. While Eskimos have 100 different words for snow we still struggle to find the right vocabulary to express love in our own tongues.

The list of words that can’t be deciphered from one vernacular to another are outstandingly beautiful. Here are 11 untranslatable word you didn’t know existed:

1. CualacinoCualacino-300x189

Language of Origin: Italian

2. DepaysementDepaysement-300x187

Language of Origin: French

3. GoyaGoya-300x184

Language of Origin: Urdu

4. IktsuarpokIktsuarpok-300x188

Language of Origin: Inuit

5. JayusJayus-300x187

Language of Origin: Indonesian

6. KomorebiKomorebi-300x187

Language of Origin: Japanese

7. Pana Po’oPana-Poo-300x185

Language of Origin: Hawaiian

8. PochemuchkaPochemuchka-300x185

Language of Origin: Russian

9. SobremesaSobremesa-300x186

Language of Origin: Spanish

10. WaldeinsamkeitWaldeinsamkeit-300x187

Language of Origin: German

11. MangataMangata-300x204

Language of Origin: Swedish

Question of the Day:

What’s your favorite untranslatable word?

Leave your favorites in the comments below!

High School Student, and amazing human being Jeff Bliss Stands up to his lazy teacher after being fed up with another passionless class and packet of fill in the blanks.

When you first hear of a Student talking back to their Teacher you immediately think, ” Kids now a days are just plain dis-respectful!” but with an inspiring speech like this, you can’t help but side with the No Good Meddling Kid.

“If you would just get up and teach them instead of handing them a freaking packet, there’s kids in here who don’t learn like that, they need to learn face to face… You want Kids to come in to your class, you want them to get excited for this? You gotta come in here you gotta make ‘em excited. You want a kid to change, you want him to start doing better? You gotta touch his freaking HEART. You can’t expect a kid to change if all you do is just tell ‘em.”

What do you think about what Jeff has to say?

Leave your thoughts in the comments below!

Ever mentally undress someone with your mind? How about fake sick to avoid work, or dance like no one was watching?

Well guess what? There’s a word for that!

Here are a few beautiful words to add to your vocabulary:

Kalon. (n.): Beauty that is more than skin deep.

Egrote (v.): to feign sickness in order to avoid work.

Apodyopsis (n.): The act of mentally undressing someone

Uhtceare (n.): lying awake before dawn and worrying.

Pronounced oot-key-are-a, the word breaks down into two parts: uht, a word for the restless hour before dawn and ceare, an Old English term for care and sorrow.nooo

Balter (v.): to dance artlessly, without particular grace or skill but usually with enjoyment.

Metanoia(n.): the journey of changing one’s mind, spirit, heart, self or way of life; fundamental change of mind; spiritual conversion.

Fernweh: (n): an ache for distant places; the craving for travel

Nyctophilia (n.): love of darkness or night. finding relaxation or comfort in the darkness

Redamancy (n.): the act of loving the one who loves you; loving in return

Serendipity (n.): the faculty of making fortunate discoveries by accident; finding something good without looking for it.cafune

Bukowski was in no way a “self-help” guru but you can’t deny that he’s a bad ass who lived his life exactly the way he wanted and didn’t give a s*&t what anyone else thought. And I don’t know about you, but I think there’s a lot to learn from someone like that.

So here are a few of Bukowski’s best tips for living a kick ass life:

1. Find your passion


Too often we are bogged down with decisions of what we should do with our lives, or if our families would approve. But forget what others think of you Find what you love, and do that till you die!

2. Be kind to life


Don’t be so hard on yourself, you get out of life what you put in, and sometimes all that is needed is a better perspective.

3. Go Crazy


Don’t forget to go crazy at least once. Life is too short to stay sane and composed through out the entire ride, let your hair down and let yourself go crazy.

4. Be free.


5. One at a time

saving-the-worldNo one cares about your dream to solve world hunger. what have you done for the hungry person down the road?

6. You’ve felt this way before


I can’t tell you how many times I’ve felt like this, and made it through.

7. It’s never too late to save your soul


8. The Thing that matters the most


How well do you walk through fire?

9. Remember.. We’re all going to die.


Now that’s a wake up call if I’ve ever heard one.

10. Make Death Tremble to take you.


And that’s it!

That’s Bukowski’s top quotes for a kick ass life, now go out there and make death tremble to take you!