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Fierce Genius Turned Airpods Into Earrings So You’ll Never Lose Them

For anyone who has ever worried about losing their Airpods.

Nobelle Borines





Anyone who owns Airpods knows the pain of keeping them in sight. Without wires to hold them together, it’s easy to lose these pricey earphones. However, one truly fierce genius has found an awesome way to make sure they never loses their Airpods while still looking fashionable. They decided to turn the wireless earphones into earrings and has called them “airings”.

Gabrielle Reilly from Virginia is the genius behind the awesome “airings.” The Airpods are secured into a detachable clasp that fastens them into the earrings. All you have to do is pop them in when you want to use them and simply take the earphones out when they need to charge. It’s an amazing invention that no one has ever thought of before.

Reilly’s original tweet shows off how the “airings” work.

Reilly revealed that they came up with the idea because they never wanted to lose their Airpods.

“I absolutely refuse to lose them. My cat ate through two pairs of Beats Bluetooth earphones, and all my other earphones. So I got the AirPods because there was no wire for her to chew, but I still needed something to connect them. So I made earrings. I also have a chain necklace that I used to connect them. It took me maybe around an hour to make the earrings because I had to custom-make the piece that connects the AirPods to the earrings,” Reilly said.

Feeling a little jealous that you don’t have your own “airings”? Reilly is currently selling the awesome accessory for only $20.

People were impressed by the simple yet ingenious idea. Netizens praised Reilly for being a true genius who brought form and function together in one amazing package.

What do you think of this awesome invention? Would you wear the “airings” to make sure you never lose your Airpods? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Dad Takes Funny Photos of His Premature Baby Doing “Manly Things”

We joked that he wasn’t premature just ‘advanced’ – so I came up with the idea that we should do a photoshoot of him doing manly adult things.”

Mark Andrew



By medical definition, a baby delivered before 37 weeks is considered premature. As such, they, particularly those born very early, usually have complicated medical concerns.

One father learned this from experience but despite the worries, he and his wife managed to look at the bright side of the situation - by taking funny pictures of their baby.

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Bank Worker Resigns, Shows Up As Spider-Man On His Last Day

This guy knows how to leave his job with a bang!

Mark Andrew



Resigning from a job can spark strong emotions for most individuals. To some, it could be bittersweet as they bid farewell to the friends they've made in the workplace while wondering about what opportunities lie ahead afterwards. To others, it could be a feeling of great relief, especially if the environment has been very toxic for them.

Regardless of how you feel, being at your best self on your last day is what's important. You gotta leave with a bang, right? Well that's exactly one bank worker did and he gained viral fame because of it!

With great resignation comes a great last day outfit!

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Woman Offers To Randomly Show Up at People’s Funeral and Make It ‘Mysterious’ For $50

She’ll make your funeral a family topic for ages.

Hilda Metin Yaneza



Funerals are somber affairs not everyone is fond of attending. The weeping and sad eulogies are heart-breaking and mind-numbing. And they’re not only painful reminders of a loved one’s permanent absence, but also a mocking to our very own mortality.

Perhaps this is the reason why a woman posted a weird yet hilarious offer on Twitter. She probably wanted to make people’s funeral less somber and rather quite intriguing for attendees.

Meet Dana Schwartz. For $50, this 26-year-old author/journalist promises to attend your funeral and make it ‘mysterious for everyone’.

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