States tend to focus on the positive and ignore the negatives when it comes to the slogans they print on their license plates and state signs. We asked you to make them more informative using the power of internet research and image manipulation.
Here are some things you can do to fight boredom, as well as a brief glimpse into what it's like inside my head, all the time.
IKEA has the market cornered when it comes to breaking down complex situations into simple diagrams, and then filling those diagrams with weird symbols and even weirder words. We asked you to use their trademark style to illustrate some of life's more deceptively complicated tasks.
They say technology is creating an isolated, lonely society, probably. And look at the things waiting for those lonely suckers!
Movies are incredibly unrealistic when it comes to portraying everyday people defending themselves against crime. After all, when you look at real-life stories of self-defense, you realize their depictions are far, far too tame.
Thanks to Hollywood and NPR's foreign correspondents, most of us think we have a good idea of how each country's military works. But there are some countries that never turn up in war movies or video games that you still wouldn't want to mess with.
We know there are plenty of times when our behavior veers away from what anyone would classify as adult-like. This is especially true if you ever find yourself getting angry about any of the things on this list.
Let's face it, the drug industry isn't above inventing new ailments and and trying to convince you that you're suffering from it. We asked you to show us the next borderline dishonest disease and treatment pairings they'll convince us we need to ask our doctors about.
Language is an evolving beast. What's incorrect today may very well be correct tomorrow if it falls into common usage. Unfortunately, that's leading us down a dark, dark path.
Valentine's Day cards you buy at the store are like fast food for the soul, boiling down one of the most nourishing, life-sustaining forces on earth into dismissible bullshit that's impossible to digest without twisting your face into an awkward grimace. What if they were allowed to be creative, honest, awesome or all three at once.