Hilariously Honest Ski Trail Signs

Many people will be hitting the slopes this winter, and some of those people will even go skiing despite the fact that snowboarding is way more fun.

But whether you like shredding powder or shushing down the runs you're bound to run in to one thing while you're at the ski resort- trail signs.

They're posted everywhere to keep skiiers safe and show them where to find each trail, but these signs usually don't contain much information about what the skiier should expect on each slope.

Which is why these honest trail signs are something every ski resort should consider implementing, so that skiiers can avoid all the child-shaped hazards and hit the slope that best fits their personality.

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Chili Klaus with the Herning Boys Choir

Chili Klaus (previously at Neatorama) is a musician and hot pepper vendor. He went back to visit the Herning Boys Choir, the choir he once belonged to, to sing some Christmas music. Here they perform "Oh, Come All Ye Faithful."

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But Chili Klaus always has a hot pepper up his sleeve. I don't know how he convinced the entire choir to eat a ghost pepper and sing, but he did, and the resulting music will being tears to your eyes. It certainly brought tears to their eyes! -via reddit


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Internet Badasses Who Are Absolutely, Positively, Most Definitely Not Lying About How Tough They Are

The anonymity afforded by the internet gives people the courage to make bold statements online they'd never say in person, acting like the things they say online will never have an impact on their real life.

And even far less anonymous social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook are full of people who have created a rich imaginary lives for themselves online- and they all seem to think they're total badasses.

A real badass knows actions speak louder than words, and they also know that making statements about your mommy after acting tough may result in your badass card being revoked.

But these internet tough guys don't care about real life badassery, they're too busy saying really hardcore stuff online so that everyone knows they're a keyboard warrior and an internet soldier, and totally not to be messed with.

See 12 "Badasses" Who Are Actually Just Bad A#%holes here (NSFW language)


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New Year's Music Box

Matt McCorkle and Sam Reider built an interactive soundboard that plays "Auld Lang Syne" in four-part harmony. The fun comes when you change which instrument plays which part, so you can design or own quartet! Or press the button in the middle to hear the full orchestra. An all-accordion quartet brings up the image of a completely different p[arty than a string quartet. You can even add ambient sounds like people talking or a fireplace. Try it out the New Year's Music Box yourself. -via Laughing Squid


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Silly Cat Tries To Snatch A Piece Of Bread Off The Table

When a cat sets their mind to getting something they rarely give up until they get it, and cats have been known to bite the hand that feeds them if that something is food.

But I've never met a cat who liked bread, especially when their humans try to stick it on their heads like a mask, so we must assume Kelley Fultz's cat Mew Mew is trying to snatch her bread simply out of spite.

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Tomb Raider: The Story of Saint Nicholas's Stolen Bones

Saint Nicholas, the bishop in Asia Minor who is considered to be the inspiration for Santa Claus, died over 1700 years ago. There are many stories of his generosity and selflessness, and the miracles he performed, even after his death, which were spread by sailors to other parts of the world. That's how Nicholas became a saint, and his earthly remains were venerated as other saints' remains were.

Sometimes, the miracles concerned the saints' own bodies. Their corpses would refuse to decay, exude an inexplicable ooze, or start to drip blood that mysteriously solidified and then reliquefied. So it was with Nicholas: at some point after his death, his bones began to secrete a liquid called manna or myrrh, which was said to smell like roses and possess potent healing powers.

The appearance of the manna was taken as a sign that Nicholas’s corpse was especially holy, and pilgrims began flocking by the thousands to his tomb in the port city of Myra (now called Demre). By the eleventh century, other cities started getting jealous. At the time, cities and churches often competed for relics, which brought power and prestige to their hometowns the way a successful sports team might today. Originally, the relics trade had been nourished by the catacombs in Rome, but when demand outstripped supply, merchants—and even monks—weren't above sneaking down into the crypts of churches to steal some holy bones. Such thefts weren't seen as a sin; the sanctity of the remains trumped any ethical concerns. The relics were also thought to have their own personalities—if they didn't want to be stolen, they wouldn't allow it. Like King Arthur's sword in the stone, they could only be removed by the right person.

There was no shortage of people who wanted those relics, and today Nicholas' tomb in Myra where he was first buried is empty. There has been more than one documented grave robbery, so who has St. Nicholas today? Bess Lovejoy wrote a book called Rest in Pieces: The Curious Fates of Famous Corpses. An excerpt at Mental Floss follows what we know about the fate of St. Nicholas' remains.

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Christmas In The Goondocks - Imagine How Sloth Would Look Dressed As Santa!


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The Goonies had better things to do than sit in the arcade all day playing video games, because every time they went outside to play their playtime turned into an epic adventure. But even though they beat the odds by taking down the Fratellis, and went on one of the most epic and dangerous adventures any kids have ever gone on, they still enjoy the simple things in life- like comic books, Baby Ruth candy bars and a happy ending on the beach!

Hey you guys! If you want your holidays to be merry and bright you've gotta grab this Christmas In The Goondocks t-shirt by Djkopet and dress for the occasion!

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Some Of The Most Dangerous Toys Ever Sold

These days most toys go through rigorous safety testing before being released, and yet a few defective playthings still manage to slip through and make it into stores before they're summarily recalled.

But back in the day defective and dangerous toys were coming out left and right, and yet kids still somehow managed to survive the days of lawn darts, Slip N' Slide and Moon shoes.

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This countdown video by TheWacky doesn't include lawn darts, but it does include classic toys like Creepy Crawlers and the almighty Slip N' Slide that brought back great memories.

Oh, and when I was 10 I used a chemistry set I got for Christmas to make some kind of caustic and smoky substance that I used to get rid of a nest full of wasps in our tool shed. Good times!


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Where Roofs Serve as Public Spaces

Masuleh, Iran, is an ancient town that grew up around the iron mining industry. Its buildings are set against a mountainside with a 60 degree angle! Look closely, and you'll see that the roads and public spaces are the roofs of houses. This saves space and allows for a gradual ascent to the higher levels of the multi-level village. One man's front yard is another man's roof.  

In many respects, it’s a city planner’s paradise — a place where roof surfaces are fully used and integrated, and no space is wasted. Another appealing prospect to many urbanists: no cars are allowed, as these would strain the structural limits of supporting architecture.

Even if the buildings could support vehicles, they still couldn't reach the different levels, which are accessible by stairs. See more pictures of Masuleh at 99% Invisible. -via Digg

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DIY Gingerbread House for Cats

Chris and Jess Poole decided it was asking for too much trouble to put up a Christmas tree this year, because Cole and Marmalade (previously at Neatorama) would just trash it again. Instead, they built a cat-friendly gingerbread house out of cardboard! They decorated it so festively that they don't miss having a tree. And the cats love it.

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Watch them build the Christmas cardboard gingerbread house in this video. -via Laughing Squid

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Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Winner

The overall winner of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards for 2017 is Tibor Kercz, for this amazing sequence of four pictures of a trio of young owls. One of them is a little clumsy, and his brothers look at him like they aren't at all surprised. The sequence, titled "Help," also won the category of Amazing Internet Portfolio. Kercz will receive a photo safari in Kenya, along with other prizes, for his entry. See the enlargeable photos of these and all the winners and honorable mentions in the various categories at the competition website.

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Me vs Me

The struggle is real. They say you shouldn't compare yourself to other people, and that the only one you should complete against is yourself. That's not so easy when the forces of the world are working against you in different ways, changing from one moment to the next. This comic is from Ryan and Laura Harby of the webcomic Honey Dill. There are additional updates to this comics here and here that you're sure to relate to. -via Geeks Are Sexy


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All the Celebrity Cameos in The Last Jedi

Yep, there they are.

If you're trying to avoid spoilers from The Last Jedi, rest easy because I'm not going to give away any important plot details by letting you know who to look out for. You may have heard that both Prince William and Prince Harry are in the film. They are playing stormtroopers, so you'll never know where they are. There are conflicting accounts of whether their scenes were cut from the film, but who knows, since they are wearing masks. Other celebrities that appear in The Last Jedi include Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Justin Theroux, Warwick Davis, and several other folks you may know. Find out where to spot them in The Last Jedi at The Daily Dot.


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Special Delivery

If your package didn't arrive today as it should have, the reasons why may be stranger than you can imagine. Home security cameras in Oklahoma City caught a mishap between a postal carrier and his truck on Thursday. He manages to fall out of the truck, which possibly runs over him. He doesn't appear injured, though, because he's up quickly trying to catch the truck. The truck, however, keeps on going until the forces of inertia show up in the form of a brick house.

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It seems that the stresses of the holiday season had gotten to this driver. -via Geekologie


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The Surreal And Disturbing Paintings Of George Tooker

Some paintings transport the viewer to exotic and beautiful places, giving them a feeling of serenity and a sense of wonder, but if that's the feeling you're looking for then the paintings of George Tooker probably won't appeal to you.

However, if you appreciate both darkness and light, unafraid to embrace the horror and anxiety caused by human existence because they make us appreciate the serenity and beauty even more then take a trip into a Tooker painting.

George Tooker was born and raised in New York in the early 20th century, and his paintings reflect the uneasiness, alienation and depression felt by many in the wake of World War II, as people struggled to find their purpose in the post-modern world.

Read High Anxiety: The Surreal & Disturbingly Dreamlike Paintings Of George Tooker here


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Parrot Uses Alexa

Petra the African grey parrot has learned to get what she wants, just by asking. A human can say no, but Google's Alexa is programmed to carry out your wishes. This video is essentially over at two minutes.  

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Petra made a shopping list on the Amazon Echo. We are having Alexa tell us what the list contains then when we ask Petra WHY she made a list, All she can say is "I want a Peanut"

Yeah, voice recognition in a household assistant is a wonderful thing, but you have to remember that parrots learn your voice and use it. Making a shopping list is not the only thing Petra uses Alexa for.

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-via Bits and Pieces

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Ranking America’s Top 10 Chain Restaurants

The Washington Post's food critic Tom Sietsema is used to testing the food and services the trendiest restauranteurs around. But he put food snobbery aside completely for his latest project- nationwide chain restaurants. Sietsema spent quite a bit of time trying the ten biggest-selling chain restaurants out, going to each more than once, usually at more than one location, and trying different menu items each time.  

Over the past several months, Post food critic Tom Sietsema dined at America’s 10 highest-grossing, full-service, casual restaurants, reviewing them as he would independent establishments: two or more times each, sometimes at multiple branches, and sampling a cross-section of the menus. Given the unique nature of the corporate enterprises, broadly popular letter grades rather than the Post’s usual stars were assigned to each brand.

Knowing that you can wake up to the same fluffy pancakes from Denny’s whether you’re in Miami or Minneapolis, or sit down to the identical warm breadsticks at Olive Garden, no matter which of its 800-plus branches you find yourself in, speaks to the chains’ charm offensive: no-surprise comfort.

Find out which chains are on the top ten, and how they rank against each other, here. You might be surprised at the findings. He even took home a doggy bag once, something he says he never does.

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London Bus Full Of Cute Animals - Cutest Tour Group Ever!


London Bus Full Of Cute Animals by wordsberry

Fun t-shirts aren't just for adults- kids love to wear a great graphic tee on their torso too, especially if their shirt makes their fellow classmates smile, so why not give a youngster you know a cute tee with critters on it and spread the smiles? If you hook your favorite youngster up with this ultra-adorbz London Bus Full Of Cute Animals tee by Wordsberry you'll be giving them a shirt they'll be proud to wear and one that makes kids happy. So grab a cool new tee for a kid today and give the gift of wearable happiness!

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Christmas Punderland

Kyle and Cori Gunderson are into Christmas decorations in a big way. But they are all based on bad puns ...and a few glasses of wine.

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Cori is determined to leave the interpretation of each Christmas wordplay up to you, while Kyle knows that sometimes you have to spell it out. Maybe they both need a refill on the wine. Where is the missile toe? And the peas on earth? -via Tastefully Offensive


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A Plea to Resurrect the Christmas Tradition of Telling Ghost Stories

One of the peculiarities of modern life is how we sort activities into their proper slot, and doing it any differently is "wrong." But it was not always so. For example, kids use to dress up and demand candy on Thanksgiving. People told ghost stories at Christmas. After all, the most famous Christmas story outside of the Bible is Charles Dicken's A Christmas Carol, which is full of ghosts.  

“Whenever five or six English-speaking people meet round a fire on Christmas Eve, they start telling each other ghost stories,” humorist Jerome K. Jerome wrote in his 1891 collection, Told After Supper. “Nothing satisfies us on Christmas Eve but to hear each other tell authentic anecdotes about spectres. It is a genial, festive season, and we love to muse upon graves, and dead bodies, and murders, and blood.”

Telling ghost stories during winter is a hallowed tradition, a folk custom stretches back centuries, when families would wile away the winter nights with tales of spooks and monsters. “A sad tale’s best for winter,” Mamillius proclaims in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, “I have one. Of sprites and goblins.” And the titular Jew of Malta in Christopher Marlowe’s play at one point muses, “Now I remember those old women’s words, Who in my wealth would tell me winter’s tales, And speak of spirits and ghosts by night.”

It's possible we've done away with the scarier traditions of Christmas because we overdid it in October. Pity. Read more about the tradition of Christmas ghost stories at Smithsonian.


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Wheel Of Fortune Fails Compilation

Wheel Of Fortune isn't the most difficult game show on TV, so you don't have to be a brainiac to win as long as you can choose the right letters to buy and complete the puzzle before your opponents.

But some people end up losing in the stupidest way possible- like mispronouncing simple words while solving the puzzle or choosing a final letter that would complete a super racist word.

The answer is "Clam Digger", there's no "N" in either word! Talk about your effed up Freudian slips...

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What Christmas Dinner Looks Like In 19 Different Countries

In countries where people celebrate Christmas, the only thing their dinners have in common with each other is tradition. You could be eating fondue, flæskesteg, fried chicken, borscht, tamales, or sauerkraut soup, but you can bet that the family ate that same meal last year, and will come together to eat that same meal next year. It's one way we cement connections with not only each other, but with the past and the future. But still, it never hurts to try something new. Learn how Christmas dinner is done around the world in a list of submitted menus from readers at Buzzfeed.

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Artist Illustrates Funny Conversations He Has Overheard

It's supposedly rude to eavesdrop on other people's conversations, but where are you going to hear inane rambling, deranged conspiracy theories or conversations so vapid they lower your IQ if you don't eavesdrop?

Writers, artists and other students of human nature love to eavesdrop because it gives them real life reference for their works, and illustrator Avner Geller has heard so many stupid and funny conversations he decided to start drawing them all.

Avner calls his project #ThingsThatIHear, and it all started with a real-life first world problem he overheard in the wild:

The idea for “#ThingsThatiHear” arrived when I was visiting a cookware store in Los Angeles. A young woman was looking at her phone and gave a big sigh, turned to her friend decisively and exclaimed, “He wants to go to Bali. But I say Fiji!” I couldn’t help but laugh. The absurdity of this “first world problem” was too much. From that moment on I started to catch all sorts of real-life conversations, that eventually turned into these illustrations.

The characters in the world of “#ThingsThatiHear” are people we all know: They are our office mates who complain to us about the daily grind. They are the awful online date we are trying so hard to forget. They are the people silently stalking our Facebook. More than anything they are the US when we think no one is listening.

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Thailand's Temple of the Rising Dragon

Wat Samphran is a Buddhist temple, 260 feet tall and pink, in Amphoe Sam Phran, Thailand. The dragon sculpture that winds around the outside contains a staircase, but only portions of it are open to the public since the stairs have deteriorated. We don't know when the temple was built, although it was registered in 1985. It doesn't appear on a lot of Thai tourist guides, despite being only 40 kilometers from Bangkok. Wat Samphran's existence may have been downplayed after a scandal in 2004 in which the abbot was sentenced to 160 years for rape.

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See more pictures of Wat Samphran at Amusing Planet. -via Laughing Squid


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Hilarious Tweets With A Dark Edge

(Via @DOGGEAUX)

Every internet user appreciates funny posts, and social media platforms like Twitter have made it easy to share the LOLz with your friends and family on a daily basis. But when the cute and silly tweets don't cut it anymore you need a share with a sinister edge, something that gives you an uncomfortable giggle, like this man-cat.

Text-only tweets can also get a bit tedious, but when the tweeter tries to get under your skin in 140 characters or less and succeeds it makes the effort worthwhile.

The best tweets are the hilarious yet dark, the tweets that make us giggle because they're so deranged, the ones that make you go "haha wtf was that?!" and cause you to feel a bit funny inside.

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Breaking Tradition

There comes a time, usually in your 20s, where it seems more of a hassle than it's worth to deal with the entire family for the holidays. That's okay, you should spend some years doing something completely different for Christmas. Then later on, you'll appreciate the old traditions more, even the not-so-fun parts of them. Another benefit of breaking tradition is the stories you'll be able to tell years later, like "I spent 20 years working on Christmas Day; you kids don't know how good you have it," or "Remember that year we ate chicken noodle soup for Christmas dinner because that's all we had?" This is the latest from Megacynics.


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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Jurassic Park

We have four Jurassic Park movies now, and another on the way in 2018. It won't be the last one. That's a testament to the huge popularity of the first film back in 1993. Anyone could have predicted it -bringing dinosaurs into the modern age with state-of-the-art graphics was a win-win formula. Let's take a look back at what went into the original Jurassic Park.

6. Harrison Ford turned down the role of Alan Grant.

He didn’t feel like it was the right movie for him, and once he saw it he felt validated that he’d turned it down.

5. In the movie the reason for the triceratops being sick was never given.

In the book the full explanation was given, it was because the animal swallowed the poisonous berries along with a mouthful of stones and then regurgitated them.

Read more things you didn't know about Jurassic Park at TVOM.


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Hard-Working Dog Gleefully Clears Birds From Airport Runway To Prevent Aircraft Bird Strikes

Some dogs are lazy bums who can't be bothered to lift a paw to help their owners, but working dogs love to stay busy doing the important job they were trained to do, and they genuinely seem to have fun while at work.

For instance, K-9 Piper (previously on Neatorama) is employed by the Cherry Capital Airport in Traverse City, Michigan and has a very important job to do- scare off the birds that hang around the runway in order to prevent aircraft bird strikes.

But Piper doesn't stress out about doing his job or impressing his owner, Brian Edwards, because he is too busy having fun chasing those birds away to worry about quotas or looking good in front of the boss.

And besides, Brian loves him so much that Piper can do no wrong in his eyes!

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This Great Big Story video shows the important, life saving job being performed by dogs and showcases Piper's ability to have fun and get the job done, all while wearing some super cool doggles. Good boy Piper!

-Via Laughing Squid

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Imperial Selfie - Smile And Say "Bantha Milk Cheese!"


Imperial Selfie by 2mz

Darth doesn't always like to snap a selfie to commemorate the destruction of a planet, but when he does he demands that every stormtrooper in the pic poses perfectly behind him- or else. Some of the troopers used to put up bunny ears to make the photos funny, but as they found out the hard way those ears are also used by Rebels as a "V for victory" sign, so needless to say Vader didn't take pity on the poor fools throwing up signs like Rebel scum. But now the troopers know Darth is the star of the pic and they're merely background noise, so they save their silly poses for pics they take when no Imperial commander is around...

When you wear this Imperial Selfie t-shirt by 2mz people will want to snap a pic with you wherever you go, but beware those who would use that pic to start nerdy wars with Trekkers.

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Debunking the Flat Earth Theory

Meteorologist Keith Carson addresses the people who believe that the earth is flat (called flat earthers) by presenting solid evidence for the contrary. He can't help but be a little snarky about it.

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Along the way, we find out how flat earthers explain all the things that tell us that the earth is round: day and night, the changing of the seasons, and NASA. Those wacky explanations are painfully and unnecessarily convoluted. That's what happens when belief shapes evidence instead of the other way around. Occam's razor, y'all. -via Digg    


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