50 cent has put his 52 room Connecticut mansion up for sale. He remodeled it after purchasing it from boxer Mike Tyson. If you've been looking for a place with an indoor basketball court, screening room, media room, and pond house, then look no further. It's suprisingly tasteful, even while being so Bling with it's marble floors and crystal chandeliers. I wonder if Fanny Mae would float a loan for 18.5 Million on this one.
Are chubby animals cute, funny, or just sad? Everybody loves rubbing a cute little chubby puppy tummy, but does that translates well into a fat crocodile being cute? He just looks like he ate the puppy. How on earth does a squirrel get fat? Is he eating styrofoam peanuts? Do you think the other animals in their species make fun of them?
You probably didn't know that there is an enormous sand dune near the Sea of Japan. It's nearly 16km long! It's like a desert, nothing but sand as far as you can see. People make a day of it and take a hike over the dunes, sometimes hopping and jumping from foot to foot as the sand gets really hot! A few adventerous people will bring their sand boards and surf the dunes. It's really quite pretty and vast. The beach is the final destination and it's really refreshing to cool off by swimming or surfing. The serenity of the beach makes the sandy trek well worth the effort.
Cool Illusionist Tricks
365 Days of Beard
Plow Truck Hits Bus
Would You Try the ‘Rings of Saturn’
Female Tennis Player Takes Revenge on Commentator
Different Views from Camera Mounted on Flying Arrow
Waiter Balances 8 Beer Mugs on His Head
Incredible Story: Man Cuts His Own Arm to Save His Life
Huffy Sliders Drifting Hills around Australia
Cat Won’t Let Its Owner Go
Playing ‘Smooth Criminal’ with Cellos
A Thriller about a Rubber Tire
What Not to Do when Being Interviewed
Kid Gets Cheerleader to Make Him a Kiss
Dog Runs after the Ball on Australian Rules Football Pitch
Cat Fell in Love with a Beard
Crazy Beach Boat Accident
British Parliament Is Not Found of MP’s Singing Tie
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