This city is a fairy tale, a city of dreams, I really want to go there and hope that my dream will come true soon. I propose you to take a look at this series of pictures made by the professional photographer Chris Jongkind.
Some Dutch students bought a lot of ice cream, which was sold for 7 cents a piece instead of 49. The reason for this low price is that before the ice scream was frozen, somehow a bunch of small ice cream sticks got in there.
Well, you know what is student binge drinking… ) The students went on Sunday to a party named Suicide Sunday and they drank heavily. As it was hot that day and there was plenty of drinking games, many of the students became drunk and vomited everywhere.
Recently, the Internet was full of news of supercars that burnt. People pay big money for these fantastic expensive cars and they burn. I propose you to look at a Lamborghini Gallardo burned in Greece.
17-year old Khagendra Thapa Magar is reported to be the shortest man in the world, measuring 60 cm (24 inches). Magar came from the Baglung District of Nepal and is dubbed as a "little Buddha" by the villagers. Just 600 g (1 lb 5 oz) at birth, Khagendra now is only about 5.5 kg (12 lb).
Yes, this is not a joke! Strange as it may seem, it does exist, wine powder in a bag where you can just add water and poof you have 200 ml of wine with 8.2% alcohol. I have not tried it, but I think, there’s no taste at all of what we can call wine.
In 2005, as an example of using image morphing methodology to study the effects of averageness, imaging researcher Pierre Tourigny created a composite of about 30 faces to find out the current standard of good looks on the Internet. On the popular Hot or Not web site, people rate others’ attractiveness on a scale of 1 to 10. To make this hot or not pallate of morphed images, photos from the site were sorted by rank and used SquirlzMorph to create multi-morph composites from them. So, here you see composite images of female faces, grouped by differing "hotness" levels, as rated on hotornot.com.
The yacht, which looks more like a ship of the future, belongs to the Russian multibillionaire Andrei Melnichenko. The size of this monster, designed by the famous French designer Philippe Starck, is very impressive: 120 meters long, 32 meters high and 19 meters large. The yacht carries a short and laconic name "A" and is worth $ 300 million.
'Barbie foot' is a creation of Chloe Ruchon. This French designer has simply combined a table football with Barbie dolls. The idea is simple, original, unique and it's interesting to see how she managed to mix the masculine world of table football with the famous doll for little girls. 'Barbie foot' was part of the DMY youngsters exhibition at DMY Berlin Design Festival 09.
There is nothing better than creative advertisement to be disgusted of cigarettes, maybe it will even convince some people that it’s time to stop. Whatever, smoker or not, these ads are well done and interesting to watch.
Titanic is a very popular film, which was seen by hundreds of millions of people. And of course there are consequences ;) You should remember the most popular scene of the movie ‘I am the king of the world’. So, now the Internet is full of photographs with re-enactments of the scene. Watch this compilation of funny pictures inside the post.