Looks like whoever painted on this post needs to give it an update. Sure, you can like this post, but where's the love button? Not having all the available reaction options will make some people very angry button.
Dropping a pin has moved off of Google Maps and into the real world. So now instead of looking at your phone to find this specific location, just wander around aimlessly until you see this. It's just that simple.
This street art has Calvin & Hobbes riding down a staircase railing. Although someone should maybe let them know that the railing is about to come to a very abrupt end. On the bright side, at least Calvin is going for this ride without peeing on anything.
Only 17 backs broken is kind of low, but it's still a significant amount. You'd think with all these mothers getting broken backs, the city would want to repair the sidewalk ASAP. This may come back to haunt the mayor during the next election.
With these piano steps, you can sit on the sidewalk and jam out a song. Or, if you have particularly small feet, you can stand on the step and pretend to be Tom Hanks in Big. And isn't that the ultimate dream?
Some cities might have mice roaming around the streets. To stop them, just put out some tiny books under some lamps, and wait for them to give it a read. It's easier than setting up mousetraps, and way more adorable.
Since Bob's behind bars, you might be tempted to taunt him by bringing him several rakes. But due to his love of revenge, that might not be the best idea. Instead, if ask nicely, he might even sing all of The H.M.S. Pinafore.
It seems Spider-Man keeps getting re-booted faster and faster. First there was Tobey Maguire, then Andrew Garfield, then Tom Holland. And now Spider-Man is an insect-sized actor who's been glued to the wall.