The photos in the post illustrate the artwork of Enkel Dika. Some of it is rather macabre, some is somewhat humorous, some is peaceful, but it is all amazing. Most artists have a vivid imagination and this one is no exception.
The photos in this post are of knitted beanies and beards that actually seem to be a good idea. What better way is there to keep your head and face warm on a cold winter’s day than with a nice warm head and face covering? We think they are stylish as well.
The various signs and writings in the photos in this post really tell it like it is. They are honest to a fault and are exactly what a restaurant or a restaurant worker would say if they were being perfectly honest. It’s a shame they are not real because they are funny.
The photos in this post made by photographer Jim Richardson are of the Hebrides islands in Scotland. Somewhere between the lakes and rivers, the mountains, the sea caverns, the meadows, and the misty landscape is a kind of tranquil beauty that makes one truly appreciate the wild.
These are works of Japanese painter Tetsuya Ishida. He painted scenes of ordinary Japanese life, but with the protagonist (a self portrait) always trapped in a machine-like body, or treated as part of a production line.
Tetsuya Ishida died in 2005 after being hit by a train (possibly suicide).
A guy in Russia ordered a car DVR on one Chinese site and used EMS, China Courier Service. That’s what he got as a parcel.
Only this time it’s not just about makeup, it’s about plastic surgery.
Well, she certainly did change, but some girls do the same with beauty products. The only advantage she has is that she won’t need to put tons of makeup everyday to look like this ;)
A great comic, with a good idea which is very well put by Stuart McMillen. Always challenge yourself :)
Funny comics about "AIDS relief" in Africa and how it can help.
Well, the comic strip is funny, but haters gonna hate.
Here’s what the author wrote himself: "…that it's more about men and video games than any commentary on AIDS or Africa". So everyone who may think that it is offensive, just chill out.
Donna Simpson, who’s the World’s fattest mother continues her quest at ballooning and becoming the World’s fattest mother aiming to reach 1,000 pounds. She says "she is as hungry for attention as she is for calorie-rich food."
I hope her child won’t follow her example.
A post for all the Iron Man fans out there.
It’s very geeky and it’s obviously useless, unless you plan to make yourself a complete Iron Man suit to go and fight crime in your town… but anyways, it’s awesome!
So let’ see the result.
The Seabourn Sojourn has everything you might expect from a luxury cruise ship, I insist on the ‘everything’ and ‘luxury’ parts. :)
More details and pictures inside the post, don’t miss this human-made monster of the seas!
You’ll see different continents and how they look at night. You’ll also see the difference of illumination.
This is Six Flags, an amusement park in Eastern Orleans. It’s been 5 years after its shutdown. The park was closed because of the floods caused by Hurricane Katrina.
On August 18, 2009, it was announced that the land would be re-developed into a Nickelodeon-branded water/theme park.
As of early 2010, the site is overgrown with debris and weeds. Removal of the debris and underbrush has now begun.
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A teenage boy in Maui, Hawaii jumps from a bridge into the river but misses it and lands on to rocks… But, could he cheat death?
Scary Cliff Jumping (1 pic + 7 gifs + 1 video)
I thought that this UFO hysteria already passed ten years ago. Apparently, no, people are still seeing in birds or lens dust mysterious flying saucers.
The pictures are interesting indeed, but I can’t believe that some of them were taken seriously.
People should stop watching V TV series ;) I love the show though
UFO Over Cornwall, England
This is a set of photos showing different ways of smuggling drugs across the US-Mexico border.
The more difficult for them it becomes to smuggle, the more ingenious methods they invent.
Drugs concealed in a lawn mower
Ali Srour, a Jordan boy who was born without arms. But he’s full of life and tries to do the best of it.
He trained his feet so they could replace his arms to do some daily activities. He learned how to eat and to play computer gamers with feet.
After being born, doctors didn’t find any cause for his deformity but said that it was most likely due to genetic and hereditary factors.
I wish him a good long life full of happiness.
Cody McCasland has a pair of legs for every day of the week! (17 pics)
This is Courchevel Airport, a French airport that serves Courchevel, a ski area. Its elevation is at 6588ft. The airport is known for its a very short runway of only 1722ft with gradient of 18.5 %. There is no go-around procedure in this airport.
The airport is considered dangerous, having a difficult approach, an upslope runway and a hill.
Don’t forget to watch the videos with taking off and landing, very impressive.
Do you remember the post about the deepest part of the Earth? Now, this infographic picture will show the data from the tallest mountain to the deepest ocean trench. If all schoolbooks were written in infographic pictures, it would be much interesting and easier to study :)
Lollywood has nothing to do with the word LOL.
It refers to the Pakistani film industry based in the city of Lahore having been derived as a play on Hollywood in the same manner as the Bombay Bollywood, South Indian Tollywood and Nigerian Nollywood. Judging by their movie posters, the are very bloodthirsty ;)
I wonder, if there is a high-speed internet?
Anyways I’m sure of one thing, if I got lost in that country, I would certainly use it :)
Someone was bored on the beach and decided to dig these giant footsteps… or may be King Kong took a stroll there :)
Ashanti Eliott-Smith is like any other girls of her age, she goes to school, plays with her friends or her puppy, she likes horses and is a fan of Girls Aloud and JLS… But unfortunately, she has a rare incurable condition (Hutchinson–Gilford progeria syndrome) that makes her age faster than other people, 8 times faster to be more precise. This condition is very rare and only 52 persons in the world suffer progeria, with just one other kid in Britain.