Family that provided separate houses for their teen kids gets mixed reactions online
There are times when teens wish that they get a house of their own but are not able to. However, a family in Kentucky, The Brinks, decided to build houses on their 21-acre property, as a sustainable tiny house village, with 6 small houses. While the parents had a huge house, the son and the daughter were given a house each. Apart from that, they have a guest room, an office house and a double bathroom house. The kids of the Brinks will have to use washroom here as their house does not have a washroom. Although the idea was appreciated by many online, a few pointed out that underage children need to be under their parents’ care and should not be left alone.
Man proposes to his girlfriend through corn, message seen on Google maps
Men try various styles to propose their girlfriend for their hand in marriage but little did a German man know that his proposal would be on Google maps. Steffen Schwarz, a 32-year-old farmer, decided to propose to his girlfriend in a ‘corn’ny manner. He planted corn in strategic points so that when they grew, the gaps between the rows would reveal his message. When the crops grew, he bought his girlfriend a drone and when she saw his message, she was elated and accepted his proposal. However, Steffen was surprised when his aunt pointed out that his message was on Google maps. Steffen admitted that he just wanted to make the message romantic, but it was even better to see it on Google maps.
Graffiti artist Banksy gives hometown Bristol a Valentine’s Day gift
Banksy, the anonymous graffiti artist in England has left an artwork as a gift to the people of Bristol for Valentine’s Day. The artist confirms that the artwork on the side of a house in Bristol’s Barton Hill is his, after he shared an image of the graffiti at midnight on February 14. The art shows a young girl firing roses from a slingshot, creating an explosion of petals that looks like a blood splatter, but is spray-painted ivy. The caption-less art is his regular style. The graffiti artist’s art is open ended making the masses make up their own mind on exactly what his work means. After the image went viral, locals gathered in large numbers to see the art and some even posted selfies with it.