Maybe Simon Cowell will learn that some day…
For the first time…
The end was inevitable
These photographers will go to any lengths, and contort their bodies into all types of positions in order to snap that perfect photos.
According to these photos from 2002 to present day, the famous actress has spent quite a lot of money on plastic surgery. Decide for yourself.
This is a wardrobe with a door to Narnia. It’s nice to see how some parents make truly splendid things for their children.
Nice selection of photos from the backstage of the famous movies’ shooting sites.
The promo pictures of the Helena Rubinstein cosmetics feature a woman with a perfect skin...
Tip: don’t piss off Brazilian women…
This collection of awesome pick-up lines will have the ladies swooning, or at least laughing, while you try to get her phone number.
NASA released composite image of the night sky with over half a billion stars stitched together from 2.7 million pictures.
With "Hey, Pachuco" from The Mask, it’s just epic!
Just perfect for a Monday…
Follow their example.
Chef at the cooking show makes a brilliant guide to proficient trolling.
These original CVs show how some people who want to get a job of designer apply the artistic approach to every task they tackle.
Events occurring rapidly and otherwise unnoticed are pictured with special high speed cameras.
Some guys in Asia know for sure how to impress the public with their locks. What’s really amazing is how they manage to set their thick and straight Asian hair in such queer and grotesque hairdos.
Someone threw a bag of flour at Kim Kardashian when she walked down the red carpet at the West Hollywood launch party arranged to present the celebrity’s new perfume.
The cat warrior are looking for gems, all gems must be collected before they can cross the border.
You may conclude that bicycles are not popular in Bulgaria after seeing these WTF bicycle lanes.
Icehotel is the world’s largest inn made entirely of ice. Each year artists and architects rebuild it from the ice of the local river in the town Jukkasjärvi, Swedish Lapland, 200 km north from the Arctic Circle.