what is eyebombingHobbies can be fun, but some can also be really friggin’ weird. There are normal hobbies and not-so-normal hobbies. For example, Jeffrey Dahmer didn’t have normal hobbies. Watching football is a normal hobby. Cooking, hunting and reading are normal hobbies. Then there’s Knitting Knockers. Yes, it’s weird, but it’s for a really good cause. So click on the link and check out their knockers.

You’ve also got Paul Yarrow of South London. He just likes standing in the background of TV cameras. It’s truly his hobby. He’s been on the BBC, ITV and Sky News to name a few. This guy is the king of “video bombing”. Well done Paul. You are changing the world.

Finally there is “eyebombing.” This one is an easy, but fun and often hilarious hobby.

So what is eyebombing?

Well the eyebombing website (yes there is one) defines eyebombing as, “The art of sticking “googly eyes” onto an inanimate object in the public sphere, in a way that cleverly lends the object the appearance of a living creature. Ultimately the goal is to humanize the streets, and bring sunshine to people passing by.”

It’s basically a hobby that probably gets way more fun as you drink. I’m guessing.—And there are even rules for eyebombing.

The Rules of Eyebombing:
1. Only images of inanimate objects with wiggle eyes – NOT stickers.
2. Only images taken in the public space.
3. No eyes on eyes.

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Ryan Hamner

4-time cancer survivor. Musician. Writer. Coffee Drinker.

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