Supatra Sasuphan is clearly having the last laugh. The 11-year-old has gone from being teased by her peers to being given a Guinness World Record for being the world’s hairiest girl. Often referred to as “monkey face” or “wolf girl”, the Thailand native suffers from Hypertrichosis, also known as Ambras Syndrome. She has thick strands of hair growing over her face, ears, arms, legs and back and nothing can stop the hair growth, not even laser treatment. The older the wolf child gets, the thicker her hair becomes.
It’s hard to imagine what is going on with this doll that bears a likeness to the Prime Minister of Russia Vladimir Putin. It’s stripped naked with an extra pair of hands and a mysterious object positioned above the right hand shoulder. Think you know what that object is or what it’s for? We dare you to caption the picture with your best guess possible.
Change is inevitable but these pictures showcase change at its most extreme. A quick scroll through will leave you asking what happened and why these former beauties let themselves go so bad.
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In a bid to fulfill a request for a photo op, a British Royal Air Force pilot invokes his inner fearless dare devil and flies up to the back door of a C-130 in a Typhoon.
Can you imagine fitting over 2,000 letters on a rice seed or writing a message on one hair? Vladimir Aniskin is a genius of microminiatures from Russia. He can write and draw on rice, hairs, and even create amazing microsculptures on poppy seeds and grape seeds. See some of his most wonderful works (it takes up to half a year to create one microminiature) after the jump.
Three pictures are drawn on the section of a rice seed.
These artistic pieces are created by a model sitting on one end of Skype and the artist Sandro Kopp on the other. He takes in effect the changes in speed of the connection. He has had 36 different models from his friends to the famous. They are all included in an exhibition entitled Not a Still Frame (Hybrid).
For four years Li Fu unknowingly walked around with a 4-inch knife stuck in his brain. The 37-year-old man complained of continuous migraines but it wasn't until x-ray technicians performed an x-ray on him that they made the grim discovery. How he survived with that knife in his head is a mystery but he is now pain-free and in stable condition after successful surgery to remove the blade.