Some companies don’t spend much time on creating names for their products or offices. They don’t pay attention at double entendres, translations to other languages or misspellings… What do they get in the end? This…
The photos in this post won in the Best Photos according to Reuters category for the years 2003 through 2009. They include people and events from every walk of life in every country in the world. Not only are they some amazing and interesting, they are also inspiring.
This is what happens when your foot accidentally gets stuck on the gas pedal.
A cheerleader from the University of Oregon became famous in 2008, after being featured in Sports Illustrated. No wonder, that soon her private photos appeared online. Amanda Pflugrad appeared in bikini, short skirts, etc. All pictures were really good, however Amanda wrote a letter to the website that had first published her pictures asking it to take them down. She said her job opportunities and cheerleader scholarship were under a risk because of the photos you will see inside this post. Do your really think anything is wrong with them?
Some photos of these dogs are very hilarious. Pay attention at the smile, it’s especially… mmm… cute? charming? And all the emotions are just amazing :)
Now this is 100% extreme! An Australian, a part of the adventurous surfers’ group, gliding on the waves of Arctic Circle. Of course, he had a hi-tech heated full-body wetsuit. Good for him because average winter temperatures can be as low as −40 °C…
If you get tired of costumes, you can wear a mask. The funnier it looks the better. This guy, for example, took a picture of himself and applied a special Apple’s Photo Booth effect to stretch it. He used this photo to make a funny mask. Take a look at what he got.
Insane Mascot Stunt
Failing Twice at Jumping from One Bed to Another
Funny Wooden Spoon Trick
Compilation of Best Soccer Skills in 2009
The Best of the Super Bowl Commercials 2010
Funny Dancing Kids
Unusual Friendship Between Snake and Hamster
Loud Stereo Makes Can Float and Spin
Crowd Surfing Fail
Girls Are Bad at Sounds Effects 2
The Barking Parrot
Russian Policeman on Duty Spotted Playing at Counter Strike
Happiness. It's Simple. You Just Need to Have a Happy Pin
Playing the Electric Guitar on the Roof of a Moving Car
Soccer Fail of the Year! It’s Difficult to Make Worse…
Don't Count Your Chickens Before They Have Hatched
Man’s Gonna Discover That Cooking a Live Crab Is Not a Good Idea…
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These guys from China have made their own Lamborghini. The time has come for world known super cars being 'copy pasted' by the Chinese :)
Well, it's not perfect, of course ;)))
Even though these science fair projects aren’t real, they are hilarious and superb! Funny ideas that made me laugh :)
I know that ninjas don’t make wall calendars. But let’s imagine they do. This is what you might get in this case.
Cold, calm and dangerous – this is the best description of Russian spetsnaz, a term used for special purpose units. As you can see, these are portraits of veterans who used to work for Russian spetsnaz. Photos are taken by Dima Beliakov. This photographer does know the best way to perfectly illustrate every person’s character.
An interesting BeetleCam project created by two brothers from the UK has helped them to take wonderful pictures of wild elephants, lions and other animals in Tanzania. Brothers Matthew and Williams Burrard-Lucas spent two weeks in savannah letting their camera roll on its wheels closer to the animals to make the best shots. They operated their device from a distance sitting in their car nearby. Elephants were ok with the moving “enemy”, but lions crushed the camera and threw it away. Luckily, it was possible to restore the memory card and make these photos available. Enjoy!
We have posted great works by Russian illustrator mvn78 before. Truly, these illustrations are unbelievably beautiful. And here comes a second part you should see. By the way, the artist’s real name is Vladimir Manyuhin. I think he is very talented!
The Grand Ole Bestiary is an interesting project that contains many pseudo-retro black and white photos. You can’t see any human heads because they all are replaced with the heads of animals. Every picture and every character are unique and have their own name and story. The project is fantastic, and you can look at the pictures after the jump and buy the works you like following the link at the bottom of the page.
The Russian anti-missile defense system situated near Moscow is abandoned for many years. It is called A-135. This base’s construction began in 1971. Its main goal was to counter ballistic missiles over the capital of Russia and the Central Region of the Russian Federation. Since A-135 is dumped, you can take a virtual tour around it.
This artwork is called “Stop the Violence”. All works are unique because the material they are made from is a human skeleton. It was purchased by Francois Robert in the mid-90’s at an auction. The artist spent hundreds of hours to finish his project.
Take a look at famous actors and their lovely mothers.
In case you haven’t seen the first part, enjoy it as well.
Justin Bieber and His Mom
This girl is known as the “Little Mermaid”. Sweet baby Milagros Cerron was born with a rare birth defect: her legs (bones, muscles and arteries) were joined together. She underwent three difficult surgeries in the last 5 years. A 6-year-old Cerron always smiles and enjoys her life no matter how hard it might be for her.
Women are not the only shoe lovers in the world. This man enjoys wearing high heels, sneakers, platform shoes, etc. I have no idea what shoe size he wears, but he seems to find all possible shoes that fit him. Look how happy he is on these pictures!
Here’s a great collection of different random and ordinary things that can become very creative. It is just amazing how some people can see in things such a big potential, in things that we all see trivial. I always say: simplicity is a key to ingenuity.
Poor Hong Kong people have to live in cage homes. And often a place at the cheapest shelter costs as much as $150. Isn’t it way too much for a small cage?