I received these pictures from my good friend Ricardo Menezes, who had an quite adventure last night with his dog, named "Bill".
He told me that the puppy wanted to solve the problem of oil leaks ;)
I don't know how to explain that, but I realy like this music and this video ;)
This is a Bugatti Veyron, made with lego, with working brakes and a 7-speed gear box. It look pretty cool to me ;)
Today more and more famous people are setting up a Twitter account and tweet their pictures. Can you imagine having over 400,000 followers in just a matter of days? This all is possible with famous Twitter accounts. By the way, these celebrities' tweets and photos have proved to be pretty cool.
Some people like to have fun by making bizarre faces on the camera. This collection is awesome. Just don’t get scared.
A new compilation of hilarious gifs. Watch and laugh as others get into funny situations.
Who are dreaded white folks? Are they rare “creatures”, or is it common for white people to have dreadlocks? See the photos after the jump.
A funny instruction for those who want to learn how to avoid a speeding ticket.
Who earned the most among Hollywood actresses from June 2009 to June 2010? The Top 10 list is inside this post.
Sandra Bullock earned $56 million
Fans of the Dark Knight! Your superhero Batman is now married. He found his Wonder Woman and asked other superheroes to his wedding ceremony where this couple said “I do” in front of The Joker.
This is not the next Batman movie. These are Neil Vaughan, 46, and Sharon, 40, from England who decided to get married as Batman and Wonder Woman. This couple spent approximately 300 British Pounds on their superhero costumes.
The cast of superheroes at this non-traditional wedding taking place in Paington, Devon, included the Incredibles, Iron Man, Captain America, The Hulk and many others.
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Modder Saibot from Canada who is in love with motorcycles and computers decided to convert pocketbike i7 into amazing computer on wheels. Now this motorcycle is a fully-functional computer workstation. It took Saibot 12 days to create this cool invention. The final result of his great work is right after the jump.
He started collecting E.T. collectibles back in 1982. Since then he got thousands of them. Nick Gjoka can be proud of himself, as he is probably the biggest E.T. fan in the world. It’s no wonder that Nick loves collecting things, because his parents are both collectors. Nick’s collection of E.T. memorabilia was even shown on VH1’s hit show Totally Obsessed. Since then he is famous all around the United States.
The Radical Faerie movement started in the USA among gay men during the 1970s sexual revolution. These people were rejecting hetero-imitation and redefining queer identity through spirituality. Today they are independent and community-focused. Even though faerie culture is undefinable as a group, it exists and honors its founders Harry Hay and Artur Evans. Inside this post you will find photos of Faeries who gather in different states every year. Some of them even live together in small communities.
Men cry. And they sometimes do it in public. Soccer players cry when they lose and cry when they win. It’s so unusual to see grown men crying.
These retro photos of Paris are beautiful and amazing. They were taken in the beginning of the 20th century. They were black and white at first. But color was added to them later on.
These thrilling paper sculptures were created by Los Angeles illustrator and sculptor Jeff Nishinaka who is 52 years old. Jeff is fond of paper craft since 1982. He uses simple tools: tweezers, a mechanical pencil, toothpicks, art knives, cutting mats, etc. to curve the edges. It takes from 3 days to 4 months to produce each intricate sculpture. His amazing pieces range from 8 in by 8 in to 20 feet tall by 20 feet wide.
All the works are given a 3-D look through careful layering of the paper and clever lighting. The price for one piece can go up to £64,000.
By the way, Jeff’s close friend is actor Jackie Chan who owns a big collection of great paper sculptures.