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Early Man Discovers Art (L’Art de la Chasse)
Posted January 18, 2015
The Greatest Moment in the History of the Universe… Ever!
Posted December 26, 2014
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John Wilhelm is an artist and a photographer from Switzerland. Subjects of his hilarious photos often are the members of his immediate family.
Posted November 18, 2014
Since 1987, self-taught artist David Zinn‘s playful chalk drawings have been popping up around Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Posted September 20, 2014
Where are they now?
Jessica Rabbit lays it all bare about what came to pass after the cameras stopped rolling. We get to see what happened to a number of 80s cartoon icons, including Garfield and He-Man. The new short by animator Steve Cutts, a London based artist specializing in animation, illustration, painting and sculpture.
Posted September 11, 2014
Pixar: Day & Night
Posted September 5, 2014
Posted August 16, 2014
“Hideaway“ is a hook-laden song recorded by Canadian singer-songwriter Kiesza for her album.
Below is Kiesza’s official video following by a hilarious parody performed by famous pair of comics from Russian city of Perm, Bonya and Kuzmich. Compare and smile!
Posted August, 2014
A Phallus Garden in “Love Land”
There’s a persistent prejudice against the Japanese, the Koreans and other Asians — that they’re prudish and repressed. But go to “Love Land” on Cheju (or Jeju) Island in South Korea and you’ll start to question that cliché.
Ever since its debut in 2004, Jeju Loveland has been arousing the interest of tourists because of its collection of more than 140 salacious statues and erotic exhibitions that graphically depict all sorts of sexy situations.
The island itself is a favorite destination for honeymooners, thanks to its beautiful mountains and beaches. This theme park is certainly not Jeju Island’s main attraction, but if you are visiting, it looks like fun.
Posted July 27, 2014
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Best Street Art, June 2014
Posted May 26, 2014
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A creationist hate the idea that humans came from apes, but the apes may feel the same way about humans!
Posted May 14, 2014
Posted May 10, 2014
Mother And Child
Posted May 3, 2014
Voice Activated Elevator: A prank at its absolute best!
Darcy Oake’s jaw-dropping dove illusions. |
Posted April 30, 2014
Posted April 29, 2014
10 books on the subjects of general interest, no?
This handy field guide gives birdwatching a whole new meaning.What Bird Did That? helps identify birds by the characteristics of bird droppings on your car windshield. The droppings are fully described with notes on the bird’s food, location, and the best methods for starting a collection.
2. An Instructional Book on How to Turn Loose Cat Hair into Cute Crafts
Sweep up that unwanted cat hair and turn it into adorable handicrafts! In Crafting With Cat Hair: Cute Handicrafts to Make with Your Cat, tote bags, finger puppets, book covers, picture frames, and more are all covered with easy to follow crafting instructions. This book is eco and animal friendly.
Don’t Make Me Go Back, Mommy was published in 1990, when Satanic ritual abuse cases were all the rage in the media. This book was written with the intent of allowing children to feel comfortable telling their parents about possible Satanic abuse, but instead will terrify any child with its dark and creepy imagery. Since the book’s publication, both SRA and repressed memory syndrome have been thoroughly debunked.
A field guide to identifying stray carts, this book comes with an elaborate classification system accompanied by photos documenting actual stray cart sightings. From the Niagara River gorge (where many a cart has been pushed to its cliffside death) to the suburbs of Anytown, U.S.A., the photos depict the diversity of the phenomenon.
InThe Bible And Flying Saucers minister and UFO enthusiast Barry Downing draws a connection between biblical mythology and alien beings. The wheel of Ezekiel, the chariot that took Elijah to heaven, and many more biblical myths are described as the work of beings from another world, and not necessarily miracles of God.
6. A Book that Claims the Political Party Responsible for Millions of Deaths was Also the Forefather of the Green Movement
Who knew that while they were responsible for the deaths of millions before and during World War II, the Nazis were an environmentally conscious and eco-friendly bunch? No one, and while this book attempts to establish the Nazis as forefathers of the current green movement, that’s not what they’ll be remembered for.
First published in 1981, the Codex Seraphinianus by Luigi Serafini is a window into a strange world. Essentially an encyclopedia about a society which reflects our own, each chapter deals with key facets of this surreal world, including flora, fauna, science, and architecture. With indecipherable text and illustrations bordering on the disturbing, many–including philosophers, codebreakers, and academics–have tried to decipher the text and classify the book, but most have come up short.
This is an illustrated children’s tale of African American horses (Latawnya, Latoya, and Daisy) who leave the stable and are corrupted by drug dealing caucasian horses. Crude drawings of the horse sisters drinking, smoking, and partaking in drugs makes for unintentional hilarity. How do they hold anything with hooves?
Bad news and messy confrontations can be avoided with Grandma’s Dead: Breaking Bad News With Baby Animals. Are you afraid of confrontation or strong negative emotions? Let these photos of cute kitties, puppies, ducklings, and bunnies deliver the news. Whether the message is “It’s malignant,” “The donor backed out,” or “You’re not the father,” they’ll soften the blow. After all, every cloud has a silver lining!
10. If You’ve Ever Dreamt of a Successful Career Making Meat-Filled Dumplings, This is the Book for You
Here’s all the information you’ll every need to land a wildly successful career in the highly competitive world of pierogi making.How To Land A Top Perogi Makers Job, complete with charts, worksheets, and cheat sheets, practically guarantees that the phone will be ringing off the hook!
Posted April 20, 2014
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Posted March 29, 2014
Brick as an Ideal Weapon
- Brick is cheap and easily available.
- Bricks are not registered metal detectors and to carry a concealed brick you don’t need a permission.
- Brick does not need an upgrade .
- Brick isn’t just looks real, it IS real.
- Brick always looks impressive .
- Brick has a good stopping power .
- No special conditions needed to safely store a brick.
- Brick tied to a rope is easily converted into a WMD.
- Brick has no discernible odor and harm your health when not in use.
- You won’t be stopped for questioning by police if you carry a brick in your hand in full view.
- A small child won’t discharge a brick into his/her playmate if you accidentally leave it on the table.
- Bricks can be broken in two and both halves used nearly as effectively.
- Two dozens bricks can be made into a bulletproof vest.
- You can sit on a brick and roast a kebab on two other bricks while ambushing your nemesis .
- Brick is a silent weapon.
- Brick does not need ammunition .
- Bricks can be used as means of administering general anesthesia.
- Brick needs no maintenance and rarely misfires .
- To use brick effectively, you don’t need any special training or studying voluminous instruction manuals.
- The sight of a brick rarely is ever makes you think of suicide.
Posted March 21, 2014
Sometime not long ago, there was a father and he had a son…
Posted March 18, 2014
The Beauty of Pollination.
What is more amazing: the miraculous devises of Mother Nature or the wondrous devises of modern technology?
Posted March 14, 2014
Wake up your brain: Looking at these words, quickly and loudly PRONOUNCE the COLORS in which these words are written. NOT the words but their COLORS. Difficult, isn’t it? This is because the right hemisphere of our brain tries to NAME THE COLOR while the left hemisphere is in a hurry to PRONOUNCE THE WORD AS WRITTEN.
YELLOW BLUE ORANGE RED GREEN BLACK
ORANGE BLUE YELLOW BLACK RED VIOLET
BLACK BLUE YELLOW ORANGE RED GREEN
BLUE YELLOW RED VIOLET ORANGE BLACK
GREEN RED BLUE ORANGE VIOLET YELLOW
Posted March 12, 2014
CHALLENGE YOUR BRAIN. Posted September 1, 2013
Amazing Street Art from around the world. Posted June 9, 2013
Johannes Stoetter’s Amazing Body-paintings. Posted July 25, 2013
- Johannes Stoetter transforms living models into objects inspired by nature
- The creations take up to five months to plan and eight hours to paint
- They include a frog made up of three people, fruit, animals and trees
- The stunning creations have earned him the world bodypainting title
When You Look Like Your Passport Photo….
I never understood people who don’t speak English.
Honey, I brought you so much pain. Where should I put it?
Do not kill strangers. They might own a puppy, who’d take care of it?
This year’s END OF THE WORLD failed to meet my expectations.
Buddhist postponed working through his To Do List until next life.
You are a well-to-do person if a couple of hippos in your indoor swimming pool is barely noticeable.
My wife lost her voice trying to convince me that she can shut up.
Lamentation of a woman: If you have a man in your life, you’ve got tons of problems, if you don’t, you have only one problem – you have NO MAN in your life.
“Why are you late?”
“I hit my head over the corner of my pillow and lost consciousness for two hours.”
“You aren’t sorry you got married, are you?”
I get up in the morning and grab my iPad. At work, I spend 8 hours hunched over the keyboard of my desktop. Back home, I head straight to my laptop, and then fall asleep cradling my iPad. I feel like an external device… Nothing sophisticated… flash memory stick, perhaps?
At last someone succeeded in representing a phenomena of woman’s thought process as a simple, easy to follow chart. Curious? Click to Read Woman’s Mind!
Becoming Van Gogh is an exhibit of over 70 paintings by the artist, organized by the Denver Art Museum. His famous self-portrait with bandaged ear is not a part of the exhibit… and neither is the other one:
“Who loves people regardless of their ethnicity, religion, politics, sexual orientation?”
Nowadays, three hours without Internet feels like in olden days a year without sex.
Teacher of Black Magic: “If one approaches the mirror on the night of receding moon, holding two lit candles in one hand and a handful of graveyard dirt, a toad’s skin and a rat’s tail in another, who does one see reflected in the mirror?”
Student: “An idiot stuck in the Middle Ages, perhaps?”
“I think my wife is having an affair with a gardener.”
“What makes you think that?”
“Well, the other day I came home late and headed straight to the bedroom. My wife was in bed asleep. I turned my side of the bed and what did I see? A rose!”
“Yeah, man. I head you. Makes sense. To think of it, I’m sure my wife is having an affair with a plumber.”
“What makes you think that?”
“Same deal, you know. I came home late, walked to my side of the bed, turned the blanket –”
“And what did you see?”
“What are you doing today?”
“Weren’t you doing the same yesterday?”
“Yeah. But I didn’t finish.”
“Not so good, doctor. Only a moment ago the same nurse that is checking my vitals and wearing scrubs as we speak, was dancing on the operating table, naked.”
“Excellent! The anesthesia is wearing out beautifully.”
“You never re-married, why?”
“I learned to complicate my life without anyone’s help.”
“You are a liar and a cheat! Text this woman immediately and tell her I know everything about you and her! Then text me if either one of you wants to know what I know.”
If you think your wife loves you more than she love her cat – try to pee in her most expensive shoes.
If you kicked your no-good boyfriend out of your house last night but he is still sitting at your doorstep the next morning, try changing your Wi-Fi password.
Husband: “Honey, you have no idea where I’ve spent the night.”
Wife: “I have. But go ahead, give me your version.”