Just look at the pictures of this guy’s high school student ID. They are just hilarious. And I can understand him, the closer he gets to the end of the high school, the happier he becomes ;) Everybody was there ))
Each of us has a “fetish” room at home that we love too much. There may be a disorder or it can be super clean and tidy, but we love it the way it is and don’t like any changes. In Holland, some guys decided to play a joke on one of their friends who went away for the weekend. They have completely changed his room. But how? ))) You must see this!
Russian photoshoppers from leprosorium.ru made a great photomontage with world known logos of the famous brands to show how they “could act if they were not printed objects but real life creatures”. Let’s see what did they come up with.
No, this is not a strange name. It is a harsh reality. The developing countries do not recycle any of plastic packaging; they simply throw it on the streets. But the plastic doesn’t decompose. Ever. If it goes like this, soon, we will all sink in it.
Extraordinary series of pictures with northern and southern (polar) lights. There’s something magical and mysterious. I’m speechless when I see this beauty of nature. Now, I just need to see in real ;)
On May 4, there was a soccer match in Russia, between two teams that are not well known. There was only one supporter of one of the teams and their first fan. I say - respect to the guy. It’s not easy to come and see that you’re all alone, but still continue to support your team till the end ...
These are seven amazing pictures from the animated short film called Morgenrot. The pictures are early twentieth century photographs found in the collection of the U.S. Library of Congress, and some old used postcards of New York. You’ll see the video that was made with these regrouped pictures. It’s just awesome. Take a look.
It happened in Moscow last Sunday. Apparently, it was a cop driving this tow truck. Well, this tow truck really deserves its name – wrecker. Anyway, I wouldn’t be happy to find my car in this condition after it’s been transported.