Funny

  • by Twinkle Khanna
    My friends lost their young son and it hit me. Like I caught my hand in a door. An unexpected wrenching pain that dulled after a while but left me aching and bruised. A teenager….
  • by Twinkle Khanna
    ‘Do you remember Gold Spot had a contest? You had to collect the bottle caps with a Jungle Book character printed underneath and take it to a shop or the factory? I can’t remember what…
  • by Twinkle Khanna
    We live in different tenses, my dog and I. Cleo bounds around in the only one she knows, the present, while I meander in the past as we circle endlessly around the garden. The Earth…
  • by Twinkle Khanna
    10 am The little one has put on a potato filter while chatting with her friends online. Unfortunately, this is on my device. I scramble to switch it off before a Zoom meeting with my…
  • by Twinkle Khanna
    There is one call that comes every morning. We talk, with headphones plugged in as I water the plants. Two sisters in two cities reeling from a pandemic though her city, Delhi, is now suffering…
  • by Twinkle Khanna
    Scribbling on the reverse side of a printed sheet, I make a list. Pencil lines that cut through my day, carving it into manageable pieces. Two hours blocked for writing. Another half hour is marked…
  • by Twinkle Khanna
    8am I wake up to the news that a decisive action has been taken, Dragon Fruit will now be called Kamalam. Sometimes I wonder how these ideas are proposed. Does an official call his deputy…
  • by Twinkle Khanna
    Are you free tomorrow at 3? I need a favour,’ asked an old acquaintance with an exotic mix of British and Goan accents, the absence of the letter h in the three as obvious as…
  • by Twinkle Khanna
    6.30am My phone pings and I open my blurry eyes to see a picture with two garish flowers, two emojis of folded hands and a quotation, ‘Learning to be kind and ignore of things is…
  • by Twinkle Khanna
    8am While looking for some good news, I chance upon a headline which says India-Pakistan have jointly won the Nobel Peace Prize. 2020 may not be such a bad year after all, if our countries…
  • by Mike Ainslie
    Wow! What a two weeks it has been. Thousands of pets have battled it out across five categories to make this the BIGGEST PET SHOW EVER. 8,709 entries were submitted…
  • by Mike Ainslie
    Cast your mind back ten years, it’s any average Thursday in 2011. Space Shuttle Endeavor had just landed for the final time, Rolling in the Deep was blasting on your…
  • by Sarah
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  • by Mike Ainslie
    May 13th and 14th 2021 was Hobby Day, a day dedicated to the aspiring craftspeople, ambitious creators, and old professionals who pour their heart and soul into their hobby! The…
  • by Mike Ainslie
    Praise the sun! The Sky Day event has concluded, and Imgurians from all over the world shared their part of the planetary patchwork. Through the thousands of submissions, three cloud…
  • by Mike Ainslie
    Howdy, Imgurians! It’s certainly not hype-rbole when we say that yesterday was a wild ride. From top tapping techniques to furious feats of hype, you went all in as we…
  • by Mike Ainslie
    Amidst hundreds of thousands of images on Imgur, a few writers have found their niche creating long-form posts, covering everything from recipes, personal stories, and educational interest pieces. This Imgurian…
  • by Sarah
    Close your eyes. Now open them so you can read this post. It’s 2009, and you’re in your bedroom. The Jersey Shore premiere airs tonight, and you’re not telling anyone…
  • by Mike Ainslie
    Whoa! What a week it has been! Art Crawl wrapped up on Friday, a veritable artistic cornucopia that saw 5,000 submissions, each beautiful and unique in their own way. We…
  • by Mike Ainslie
    Last week we wrapped up A Day in the Life, which saw Imgurians from every walk of life share a unique perspective on their daily lives, allowing the rest of…