Humorous Beer Ads Show “Fathers-To-Be” Cradling Their Beer Bellies

When we see the images of pregnant moms gaze and cradle their bellies, we are flooded by the mother’s love. Inspired by such loving feel, German beer Bergedorfer Beer switches the sexes, asks underwear-clad men cradling bulging tummies of their own with iconic poses commonly used by mothers-to-be. The soft, dewy images were created by German advertising firm Jung von Matt. With the slogan “Brewed with love” as its slogan. I guess, Bergedorfer Beer think there is nothing a man love more than beer. Honestly, I am quite speechless by looking at these smiling men. However, no matter I like it or not, this is a pretty unusual design and will get my attention right the way. How do you like these ads?

Humorous Beer Ads Show

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12 Types of Cats, What Type You Have?

Although I am not a cat person, there are many others do love them. They can be good companions and to someone they are THE perfect pet. However, no matter how much you love them, you have to admit they are quite complicated creatures – not only various in shapes and sizes, they also have their own attitude, personality and opinions. Artists also cats owner from lingvistov.com try to classify them and below is their classification based on first-hand experience and extensive research – 12 Types of Cats. Take a look at these funny and vivid drawing and think about what type of your cat is. Your cat can be a perfect representation of only one type or may combine several of them!

12 Types of Cats, What Type You Have?
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How To Be a Cat by Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar

There are many cat person even sometimes, cats are quite annoying. Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar, the creative artists behind Last Lemon, take suggestion from their followers and created a simple and funny guide for ‘How To Be A Cat!’ If you don’t have a cat yet but want to have one, take a look at this “guide” first. Since based on those illustrations, you must strike a fine balance between apathy, neediness, and infuriating obstructiveness to raise a cat. Below are part of the ongoing project. If you like them, be sure to visit Swerling and Lazar’s site and see more about the project.

How To Be a Cat by Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar
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