Gather ’round for ye olde links.
Most of today’s things would go in the “informative” category of the internet. How useful the information is? Well, honestly that’s up to you.
A couple of these you could tuck away for an obscure game-winning question in pub trivia.
If you love crafting, Frolic has some book recommendations that combine the hobby with romance characters! Surprised Real Men Knit isn’t on there!
I loved this mini documentary on tattooing on darker skin.
Why people of color struggle to get great tattoos pic.twitter.com/BIhb7h55Hn
— Voices of Color (@vocinsider) May 6, 2020
Everyone is doing puzzles in quarantine. Seriously, a bunch of the puzzles I want are all backordered now. If you need more for your collection, check out this Kickstarter!
I am obsessed with all these bizarre McDonald’s locations:
Trying to explain the Freeport McDonald’s to a friend. It looks like a funeral home outside and a retirement home inside pic.twitter.com/cOeJfNnk4b
— sloppy wizard (@katrinkanova) May 9, 2020
Do you feel like you missed out on learning basic things from your parents? You aren’t alone! Here’s a YouTube channel that teaches you things stereotypically taught by dads. In the comments is a subreddit for people needing to ask questions of mother figures. Sometimes the world is good.
Found a YouTube channel of this guy who's Dad walked out on him when he was 12.
Now a dad to two (adult) kids himself, he's made a YouTube Channel called "Dad, How Do I?" – where he makes maintenance videos for people with no Dads.
— Bruce Wayne | The Wizard (@FaisalTreShah) May 17, 2020
Don’t forget to share what super cool things you’ve seen, read, or listened to this week! And if you have anything you think we’d like to post on a future Wednesday Links, send it my way!