Now That’s Really Cool! (54 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       2 Apr 2020       9420       3

“Hummingbird eggs, right outside of my door, are the size of a small jellybean.”

“My dad owns original animation cells from “How The Grinch Stole Christmas”, “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”, and “The Little Mermaid””

“This cupcake looks like a manatee.”

“A glass that broke vertically.”

“Uncomfortably large meat tube.”

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“The way this tree root is growing makes it look like toxic sludge.”

“This kiwi with just one seed.”

“This national park puzzle has an Ewok in it.”

“I own the same measuring spoons as shown on the cornstarch box.”

“We have a peanut growing in our flower bed that we didn’t plant.”

“These almost totally cardboard laundry detergent bottles.”

“The Korean taco place we got takeout from gave us a roll of toilet paper with our meal.”

“This tree survived the A-bomb dropped on Hiroshima and was only 750 metres from the detonation point.”

“I crocheted a butt plug.”

“My friend 3D printed me a Julius Caesar pencil holder.”


“Caught my cat mid lick when trying to take his photo.”

“When my cat got spayed, the shaved area grew back chocolate coloured.”

“Someone parked an ark near my house.”

“Snow had just the right conditions so that it rolled up like a carpet.”

“Guy has a picture of his truck on his truck.”

“The cactus in my daughter’s room grew a flower crown.”

“I made a dragon out of packing peanuts.”

“This bottle of Jessica Alba wine I had in Kyrgyzstan.”

“This paper bag that shows you how to pack it.”

Purple peppers!

Armadillo in sleep mode.

“Roman Fedortsov, a sailor from Murmansk, shared a picture of a strange fish and asked his followers what it’s called. It turned out to be a triggerfish.”

What a cactus looks like on the inside.

The whale rocks, Thailand.

“The Marree Man or Stuart’s Giant is one of the biggest geoglyphs on the planet. The figure is 1.7 miles tall. It was discovered in Australia in 1998. We still don’t know who created it or why.”

This nut, which holds the main rotor to the mast of some helicopters, is called a “Jesus nut.”

The mountain village of Kurush in Dagestan is located at an altitude of 2,480 meters — 2,560 meters above sea level, so the locals have clouds instead of a sea.

“Strawberry corn.”

“This is an amoeba I saw through the microscope.”

“If this tree was a human, it could tell a very interesting story about its life.”

It’s a cocoa pod with beans inside or what chocolate looks like before it becomes a bar.

During winters in Tiksi, Yakutia, ATVs are used as ambulances.

A chunk of wall taken off of a graffiti wall.

Astronaut, Jessica Meir, posted a selfie taken in space.

“When you look at our planet from the perspective of the Pacific Ocean, it seems that there are no people on Earth...”

A 4,500 y/o dress was unearthed in Giza, and this is what it looks like after reconstruction.

The Crinkle Crankle Wall in Bramfield, England.

“Haiku Stairs or Stairway to Heaven, Oahu, Hawaii. 3,922 stairs lead up the imposing mountain ridge, often at a vertical incline, with only a hand-rail to catch you from falling into the valley below.”

“This intricate glass piece I found at a flea market last year looks a lot like the pictures of the corona virus the media keeps using.”

“This tiny lizard perfectly shedding looks like he's wearing a tiny lizard space suit.”

Driving position inside a Formula 1 car.

“Does it look like an ear?”

These beautiful sea glasses at Sonomo Coast, California.

“387yr old shopping list found under the floorboards of a London home.”

The list reads;

“Mr. Bilby,

I pray pvide to be sent too morrow in ye Cart some Greenfish, The Lights from my Lady Cranfeild Cham 2 dozen of Pewter Spoon: one greate fireshovell for ye nursery; and ye ohers which were sent to be exchanged for some of better fashion, a new frying pan together with a note of ye prises of such Commoditie for ye rest.

Your loving friend, Robert Draper

Octobre 1633


The “fireshovell” and “lights” were asked to be sent to Copt Hall, which is 36 miles away.

Lego bird feeder.

Abandoned city Hall subway stop NYC.

The effect of Coronavirus on air travel in Europe.

House made of recycled Heiniken bottles.

Tree struck by lightning.



Limited 9 month s ago
The Crinkle Crankle Wall in Bramfield, England is build like that on purpose. It's design allows it to stand on it's own without support columns or post.
Bride 9 month s ago
I'm pretty sure that #44 is the bottom of a bong.
Devoted 9 month s ago
clapping #44 is a bong!



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