In our last challenge, we celebrated adult life's daily victories, big and small, for ourselves, our friends and colleagues. This month's challenge is a smidge less optimistic. For Challenge #21, we're (politely and with some degree of anonymity) calling out the rude, the thoughtless, the ignorant, and the assholes with all-purpose citations – traffic ticket not term paper – of our own design.
We adults receive so little recognition for successfully navigating the trials and tribulations of daily life. C’mon. Being a grown-up is hard. We deserve acknowledgment! That’s why we created Challenge #20. In the interest of expediency, we’ve collected all the merit badges and merit badge templates we’ve created into one convenient post. Here they are.…
If there's one thing these past weeks have taught us, it's that the world can be a scary and surprising place where all sorts of unexpected things can happen. So, this week, let's look out for our fellow human beings by creating the warnings that should exist.
This week, we're revisiting our second and one of our most popular challenges. Can you believe we've been doing this for 16 weeks now?
In preparation for Halloween, search deep into your black, black hearts for the scariest workplace-related stories you know, then smash them into super spooky haiku format.
This week, let's contribute to the world's collective pareidolia in the simplest and most straightforward way we know how: by adding eyes to stuff. Woohoo!
This is our thirteenth challenge! Inspired by this very lucky number, the most recent debate in the American presidential election, and our recent Charts & Graphs challenge, this week, we're doing the math, crunching the numbers, carrying the one, massaging the data, and adding it all up to create our very own questionable statistics...