Illustrator John Atkinson of Wrong Hands perfectly summed up the differences between Baby Boomers, Gen-Xers, and Millennials in one brilliant cartoon, “anatomy of generations." His clever and funny take on generations is sure to bring a smile to your face no matter when you were born.

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When a cocky young man started showing off his muscles for the “Flex Cam” at a Philadelphia Soul arena football game, he got more than he bargained for after showing off his physique to a couple of women sitting behind him.

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Illustrator Samantha Jayne has perfectly captured the many trials and tribulations of the millennial generation with a collection of wonderfully funny drawings and poems. The series, “Quarter Life Poetry” touches on a variety of struggles ranging from lingering college debt to what to do at 11:50PM on a Friday night. If you’re currently going through a quarter-life (or a bit after quarter-life) crisis or know somebody who is, you’re sure to get a kick out of these.

Check out some of our favorites in the gallery above.

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Artist Creates Amazing Inflatable Shower Curtain To Help Save Water

If you take long showers you’re in for a rude awakening.

Are you the type of person who is always waiting on someone in the shower, or are you the one holding everyone up with your epic shower songs? Either way, Elisabeth Buecher has the perfect shower curtain for you. The London-based artist created an inflatable shower curtain that fills soft spikes with air if the shower is on too long. After four minutes of running water, a sensor on the tap triggers an inflator for the spikes, and the bather is immediately reminded that it’s time to get out.

Buecher created the installation to raise awareness about water conservation.

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14 Women Go Nude to Show How Beauty Comes In All Shapes, Sizes, and Ages

This is what real “American Beauty” looks like.

In “American Beauty,” photographer Carey Fruth uses the iconic rose petal fantasy from the movie of the same name to remind us that real beauty comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, and ages. Fruth’s photo series takes a scene where the woman is only an object of desire and turns it into a beautiful statement of female strength by empowering her subjects to stay true to themselves. She also wanted to make her models feel beautiful in a way they may not have felt was possible.

“When women come into my studio, I want to prove to them that they ARE as beautiful as they always feared they weren't, then maybe they can let go of that fear. By stepping into a fantasy dream girl world and by letting go of that fear, they free themselves up to direct that energy they once wasted on telling themselves that they weren't good enough to elsewhere in their life,” the photographer explained.

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