Happy St. Valentine’s day folks! I wish you to spend the time of your life tonight! Now about the post, you’ll see different pictures from around the world on Valentine’s day, funny cartoons and even a little collection of wallpapers dedicated to this event plus a funny flash animation. Don’t miss, go inside the post to see it all!
Is this a fish migration or a fancy art exhibition? It’s neither. There’s trouble brewing in the Saint Petersburg ponds and it’s not a pretty sight at all. Thousands of fish lay in cluster piles covered with pieces of ice, struggling for air. The ice blocks off the oxygen supply causing this stampede of fish to the surface.
These are some hilarious hairdos. Although they are funny, they are also horrible. It would appear that these days barbers have to be artists in addition to having to know how to cut hair. Sure makes you wonder what these folks were thinking.
Bad Hair Days (42 pics)
Steve Mattson’s fishing lodge li located on Mille Lacs Lake in Minnesota. More than 5,000 portable fishing lodges appear on the frozen lake in winter. Each of them has electricity, a ceiling fan, stove, microwave, stereo system and wood flooring made of cypress, Brazilian cherry and tiger maple.With these portable fishing lodges you can change the fishing location as many times as you want, or even to fish in your pajamas without going out. This is all made for those who’d like to combine comfort and their favorite leisure.
When the birds head south in winter, surfers grab their surf boards and head up to England braving the harsh temperatures to indulge in their favorite sport. Winter surfing is made possible in part by improved wetsuit materials and technology. These gorgeous images will have you yelling out surf’s up as you imagine riding the waves on the British beaches.
This is from the series “Only in Japan”. These pictures were taken from a book that a boy borrowed in one Japanese kindergarten. It’s like Pinocchio, only here, it’s not the nose that’s growing :D
If you thought Walmart was just famous for its super low prices, you thought wrong. The popular store is as well known for its colorful shoppers as it is for its affordable prices. The pictures below are just a tiny sample of the parade of characters that march through the supercenter daily. What will you see next in Walmart? Well, you just have to stay tuned.
Apparently a French gentleman named Louis Mantin inherited this mansion and a fortune at age 42. He then dedicated his life to the arts, science and his personal pleasure. When he died in 1905, his last wish was that the mansion was to be sealed for 100 years and then reopened as a museum. It cost $4,700,000 to restore it to its original pristine condition.
Most of these pictures are pointless. Of course, some are very funny, but still meaningless.