Famous politicians act like children when it comes to something they really can’t live without. And it doesn’t matter if they are on the campaign trail or at the press conference. Find out what makes them lose their minds for a couple of minutes after the jump.
It’s not that difficult to draw a famous face. Real challenge is to capture the person’s character and not just the likeness, especially in a caricature. But these ones created by Jason Seiler are simply amazing where he managed to show their real characters.
These sandwiches have to be some of the strangest ever made. Not that they wouldn’t necessarily be good. With these sandwiches you get your meal and your desert all rolled into one. Not so good for those watching their weight I wouldn’t think.
Somebody has posted this photograph of Leighton Meester (known as Blair Waldorf from Gossip Girl) posing for the camera in his blog. Another person decided to make a joke out of it and posted another picture that is way funnier. See more after the jump.
The clothes on the people in these photos tell a story all by themselves. Most are rebellious and all show what the person wearing is loyal to. There were taken by photographer Susan A. Barnett. She believes that you can tell a lot about a person by what they wear. I think she is right.
Gene Simmons and they guy in these photos have one thing in common: an amazingly long tongue. You’ll see some tricks he can do with it. He probably has no trouble getting dates.
The Chinese noodles in this post are rather disgusting. They have some extra meat in them. I suppose that some people might appreciate the extra protein but I doubt that the health inspector would. Imagine opening up a cup of Chinese noodle to find this surprise waiting for you.
You all heard about the Chernobyl tragedy, a nuclear accident that transformed the closest town of the power plant into a ghost town. If you ever played Call of Duty or STALKER then you definitely heard of it. The town is called Pripyat and little by little, it becomes a tourist attraction. 24 years after the explosion, people actually go visit this place. But the authorities decided to take this place to another level. Apparently, they want to turn the Zone of Alienation into a giant museum park. There is still a lot of radiation in there. I can already imagine a sign over an amusement park in Pripyat: “Welcome to the Pripyat Amusement Park, because it’s better to die with a smile”
Do you remember the idea of the ‘Acrylic People’? It is when people are covered in acrylic painting but look like a part of a painting itself.
Check out a new collection of ‘living paintings’.
Don't forget to check out the first part: