Maggie Watson
Stories by Maggie Watson

Man's Bold Paintings Are Raising Eyebrows Once People Notice His Unusual 'Canvas'

By Maggie Watson

From bright and brilliant paintings on standard canvases to eye-popping sculptures made with junkyard trash, the great artists of today and yesterday share their creations in an almost infinite variety of mediums. Truly, art comes in many different forms.

People Are Completely Stunned By What This Guy Can Do With His Bare Hands

By Maggie Watson

We’ve all seen clowns performing at a kid’s birthday party or people juggling tennis balls for pocket change on a busy sidewalk. Heck, you’ve probably tossed a few bean bags up, trying to juggle yourself. But truth be told, juggling is an art and these guys prove it.

Woman Having A Nice Day At The Beach Narrowly Escapes An Epic Calamity

By Maggie Watson

Going to the beach has to be everyone’s favorite way to relax and unwind. Think about it: what could be better than spending all day with your toes in the warm sand and the ocean breeze on your face?

Woman Having 'Mental Breakdown' Hands Doctors A Drawing That Exposes The Real Cause

By Maggie Watson

Thanks to developments in modern medicine, we can live healthier, longer lives than ever before. But that doesn’t mean medical professionals are perfect – even the most skilled physicians and nurses can improperly diagnose a condition. If that happens, the consequences can be grave.

Girl's Dad Brings Home A Strange Puppy But Quickly Gathers That It's Not Really A Dog At All

By Maggie Watson

Getting a really thoughtful gift can be so overwhelming, we don’t even know how to react. The inequity of simply receiving can often lead us to break down, even over something as trivial as an inanimate object. If we can get that worked up over just the thinginess of gifts, imagine when there is a little more life brought in the mix.

New Evidence Says Owning A Cat May Cause This Later In Life

By Maggie Watson

Breaking news: cats can drive you crazy. Alright, so maybe that’s late-breaking news, but anyone with a cat can testify that their feline’s furniture-scratching and late-night energy bursts can be enough to trigger more than a few headaches.

Park Employee Replacing The Toilet Paper Gets A Scare Opening The Dispenser

By Maggie Watson

Everyone can agree that “surprise” and “public restroom” are words you don’t usually want to hear in the same sentence. Whether it’s a stinky mess that someone left behind or—gasp!—discovering that you have no choice but to use single-ply toilet paper, you always want your lavatory experience to be as pleasant as possible.

More And More People Are Hanging Bags Of Water And Pennies Above Their Doors

By Maggie Watson

After all the snow melts and the weather’s fully transitioned into spring, eating a meal outside or cracking open the windows can be a great way to take in that fresh air. Unfortunately, you can’t always enjoy this without inviting some uninvited guests: bugs.

Guy Sees A Dangerous Predator About To Drown And Makes A Decision No One Else Would

By Maggie Watson

When it comes to most animals and insects, you’ve probably heard the expression, “They’re more afraid of you than you are of them,” right? Still, that can be hard to believe! After all, how could a creature possibly be scared if they have the power to bite or sting you, and inflict some serious pain?

20 Facts About Owls That Prove They're One Of Nature's Oddest Creatures

By Maggie Watson

You might think of owls as the birds that go hoot in the night or spin their heads around like in the cartoons. But how much more than that do you know about nighttime’s most famous hunter?