Many of you certainly already imagined the house of their dreams like when you imagine what you’d do if you won the big lottery. But did any one of you ever considered living in such strange and unusual houses? So let’s make a little trip around the world through these atypical constructions and see for yourself if you have a favorite.
These are some very unusual, creative, and unique business cards that are for geeky people as well as everyone else. Anybody would be proud to hand out one of these neat business cards.
This is a new selection of funny, unusual and the most creative fails by fixers. Some people just shouldn’t even try to fix their staff at home and work, but they keep on inventing various mind-breaking ideas into life.
Someone from Minnesota spent several years creating this hotrod bathtub vehicle. The car is now sold on eBay for almost $1,500 even though it’s unfinished and doesn’t run. Hotrod Ratrod Bathtub car has a 2400 stall converter with a turbo 250, automatic transmission, V8 Chevy engine, chrome headers and a bathtub. It can be a cool “rat rod or show car”, according to the seller. We can only add that it’s already an unusual show car, as it suprises and shocks the eye.
If there is worse than being treated like an animal, it's this. Mentally handicapped Chinese workers are treated worse than animals as they are enslaved to work in a Chinese sweatshop without pay and are isolated from the outside world. The sweatshop requires the workers to a very rigorous and grueling work without even protection from dust and bacteria. And the worst part? Being beaten regularly when found to be working slowly or have plans to escape. This is indeed going against human rights and protection of mentally handicapped people. The higher ups should be doing something about this!
These are Watts Towers constructed from different materials, including steel pipes, wire mesh, pieces of porcelain, glass and objects such as bottles, bed frames and sea shells. These unusual towers were built by Sam Rodia 50 years ago. Their heights are 30, 29.5 and 16.76 m.
Sam’s structures were built without predetermined design and meaning. But they made the sense of life of Italian immigrant who spent 33 years working on them with hand tools and without special equipment. Sam was divorced. He couldn’t see his children. He worked in city’s mines and was starving. But Watts Towers have really become the most important project in this strange man’s life.