3D Street Art is a two dimensional painting that has a three-dimensional illusion when seen from a certain angle. As breath-taking as it seems to be, the process of creating a realistic painting is certainly a great challenge, and these artists deserve a round of applause!
t is only human to feel the urge to irritate someone for whatever reason, be it for amusement’s sake or to settle scores in a harmless way. Thus, I’ve created a list of ways to wind someone up. Several come from personal experience and others from nothing more than an impish mind.
One of the things you could do while still in school is to tell your teacher, five days in advance, that you won’t be attending school because you will have a headache.
Meanwhile, in the school hallways, glue a coin firmly to the ground and have fun watching people struggle to pick it up.
You could also attempt to slather all doorknobs with petroleum jelly and watch your friends recoil in horror upon touching the doorknobs.
After every sentence your friends speak, reply with “That’s what you think” in the most annoying voice you can make.
In public areas, try standing on a busy street with a group of friends and begin pointing at a random spot simultaneously. Gasp loudly at the invisible object of your attention. This will spark curiosity in the passersby who will eventually get frustrated over being unable to spot the object.
Next, walk into a crowded elevator with a grim face. Face the crowd and say, “I bet you are all wondering why I gathered you here today.”
The intricate art of annoying someone may also include paying for your dinner with nothing but coins.
A slightly more adventurous means of irking the public is to walk closely behind someone and spray everything he/she touches with a bottle of sanitizer. Oh, just imagine their frustration!
On a cheekier note, leave the zoo running, and yell, “Run for your lives! They’re loose!” If you are not bold enough to face the aftermath of such trickery, opt for something more home-based.
For one, if you have a parrot, train it to say “Help! I’ve been turned into a parrot” every time you have a guest in your house. This is sure to drive any gullible guest up the wall!
If you don’t have a pet parrot, set a few alarms clocks to ring at the same time and hide them in your friend’s house. As the multiple alarms go off, your unfortunate friend will have no choice but to run around searching for the sources of the mysterious ringing.
In addition, dial your friends’ numbers and meow as soon as they pick up the phone. Quickly hang up, and call them again a few minutes later, asking if they know anything about your missing cat.
Your victim will be in a sticky situation, dealing with confusion, frustration and a nagging conscience.
Last but not least, become a mime. Because, well, there’s nothing more annoying than a mime!
By Goh Ni Kol
17, Kuala Lumpur