The World's Sewing Kit

Do you have one of these in your house? If you open it, what would you expect to find inside? Redditor salvalya posted this picture and said, "These cookies sat, untouched, on the table at work for nearly 2 weeks because it never occurred to anyone that there could be cookies inside." About 98% of the commenters on the photo just knew that there were sewing supplies inside. The other 2% admitted keeping marijuana in theirs. One person had one with sewing supplies that had been passed down for several generations in her family.

Royal Dansk cookie boxes are made of long-lasting metal and their lids fit tightly, so that pins and needles are less likely to fall out of them than other containers. All grandmas know that. You may think that it's an American thing, but people from Greece, India, Swaziland, Singapore, Sweden, France, Uruguay, and other nations all confirmed that these boxes are sewing kits. However, several Danes said that's not right; these boxes contain cookies. 


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The Internet Has Fallen In Love With This One-Armed Woman And Her Tinder Profile

It can be tough for an amputee to find love online because most people aren't willing to look past their missing limb(s) to discover the merits of the whole person.

But anybody who gives 21-year-old Lauren Scott from San Diego a chance is in for a real treat- because Lauren is a whole lotta fun even though she can only give you one thumbs up.

Lauren (@DuckFanAccount) lost her arm in a scooter accident one year ago, and since then it has been hard for her to find love even though her Twitter account shows she's both a very capable woman and a cut up.

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The Obi-Wan Kenobi Film Will Happen

Disney/Lucasfilm is in the early stages of developing a stand-alone Star Wars film centered on the life of Obi-Wan Kenobi. The company is negotiating with Stephen Daldry about directing the project. No script has been written as of yet.

In the original Star Wars trilogy, Kenobi is a desert-dwelling and war-weary hermit who later proves to be a wise and powerful warrior, brandishing a lightsaber. He is briefly a mentor to a young Luke Skywalker before being cut down by Darth Vader, his former pupil. Alec Guinness' portrayal of Kenobi garnered him an Oscar nomination.

The character played a central role in the George Lucas-directed prequels, which recount the origin of Vader and his betrayal of Kenobi and the Jedis. Ewan McGregor, who played the younger Kenobi in the prequels, has said he would be open to playing the character again. Sources stress, however, that since there is no script, no actor is attached.

If the story ends up chronicling Kenobi's life in the years between episodes III and IV, they will never find an actor more suited for the role than McGregor, who is 46 years old. Meanwhile, we will have to make do with Star Wars: The Last Jedi this December, and the Han Solo film scheduled for 2018. Read more at the Hollywood Reporter.  -via Digg


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Humorous Business Cards For Famous Pop Culture Characters

The more popular the character the less they need to announce their identity, because when a big badass in a shiny black helmet or a walking, talking tree approaches someone they know exactly who they're looking at.

That being said, there is one instance when famous pop culture characters like Groot or Darth Vader would need a business card to give to people- when said character wants to offer their services.

The designers at SmartSign came up with this clever set of business cards for pop culture characters, so characters can spread the word about what they do for a living when they're not starring in their own hit movie. Deadpool the exterminator...sounds legit to me!

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The Newlyweds and Their Baby

We are very used to the comical adventures of a typical American family, from Blondie and Dagwood in the funny papers to dozens of sitcom versions on TV. Putting jokes into everyday family life that readers could relate to was a genius move, brought on by illustrator George McManus over 100 years ago.   

In 1904 George McManus ( 1884-1954) scored a job at New York World, Joseph Pulitzer’s innovative and campaigning newspaper – in 1896 the World became the first newspaper to launch a color supplement; it’s biting exposés of tenement abuses triggered housing reform. And there was McManus, who created The Newlyweds, one of the first comic strips to depict the lives of the typical American family. He was plain, thick but kind. She was good looking, well-dressed and a ditz. They had no names. They could have been any number of cartoon and sitcom couples since. When ‘Baby Snookums’ arrived, The Newlyweds became The Newlyweds and Their Baby. The prove popular and New York World compiled the cartoons in a hardcover comic book, which you can read below.

The 1907 compilation is at Flashbak, in large images. The humor is pretty basic, and revolves around the couple's pride in Snookums and their cluelessness about what to do with him. And you'll wonder how this pretty Gibson girl could give birth to such an astonishingly ugly child. -Thanks, Tim!


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Amazing Stories From Space - Did You Hear The One About The Facehuggers?


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Ripley's entire life is like a "believe it or not" story, and all the stuff she's gone through would make a great movie, maybe even a series of movies starring some amazingly talented actress who really fits the role. But when Ripley told the powers-that-be at Weyland-Yutani about her encounters with alien lifeforms with acid for blood and babies that burst out of people's chests they weren't in a hurry to buy the rights. Perhaps what Ripley has seen is too far-fetched for your average audience to believe?

Share a tall tale about the woman who took down the xenomorphs with the world by wearing this Amazing Stories From Space t-shirt by DeepFriedArt, and you'll be spreading fearful smiles wherever you go!

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Man With Heavy Southern Drawl Tries To Speak In Neutral American Accent

It can be hard to shed a heavy Southern accent and speak in a neutral American accent, especially when that drawl has been a part of your speech pattern since you started talking.

A few years back Stephanie Shadrick's husband tried to give it a go while she recorded his struggle to set the drawl aside on video, ultimately proving the accent can be shed but certain words will always give the speaker trouble- like "oil".

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Jupiter's Closeup

NASA's Juno mission captured this image of Jupiter on July 10th, at 10,274 miles (16,535 kilometers) above the clouds. The north of the planet is to the left in the image. The image was converted from raw data by citizen scientists Gerald Eichstädt and Seán Doran. What does it look like to you? The lines inside polished marble? Paint swirling in water? A fine detail of a painting by a Renaissance master? A song by Train? You can see this magnificent picture in higher resolution at NASA. -via Gizmodo

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Fun Facts About The Love Boat

The Love Boat was an exciting and new concept for a TV show when it debuted in 1977, and the blend of heartfelt drama, lighthearted comedy and an ever changing cast of supporting characters made the show a hit for a decade.

But did you know the show was actually based on a non-fiction book called The Love Boats, written by the first female cruise director for Princess Cruises Jeraldine Saunders?

Jeraldine's tell-all book was turned into three made-for-TV movies before becoming a smash hit weekly show:

ABC tested the waters with three made-for-TV movies acting as pilots: The Love Boat (1976), The Love Boat II (1977), and The New Love Boat (1977). The Love Boat II saw the eventual TV cast appear in early versions of their famous roles, including Bernie Kopell, Ted Lange, and Fred Grandy. And The New Love Boat was basically a pilot for what the finalized series was going to be.

After three TV movies and an overhaul of the cast, The Love Boat was ready to officially set sail on September 24, 1977.

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In order to make the show feel authentic every episode was filmed aboard two real cruise ships- the Pacific Princess and Island Princess, with real passengers used as extras:

Real cruises were booked and actual passengers played extras during certain scenes that required a more authentic look. For the actual people on vacation, filming was just an added bonus, as extras would get a raffle ticket at the end of each day they filmed. The cruises known to double as shooting locales would always sell out.

Filming aboard an actual ship wasn’t the norm, though. Like any sitcom, The Love Boat was mostly shot on soundstages that could create the look of a cabin, dining area, or a ship’s hallways.

Read 10 Fun Facts About 'The Love Boat' at Mental Floss


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Poetry, or the Lack Thereof

You don't have to use any of the the classic means of expression to make your feelings clear. The world is full of ways to show how you feel about someone. My husband was not all that eloquent, but I truly felt loved the day he got up and came to salt my icy back steps before daylight. That said more than all the greeting cards in the world, because he paid attention and knew what I needed. As long as you get your message across to someone who will benefit, that's what matters. This is the newest comic from Lunarbaboon.


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Overrun by Bald Eagles

Unalaska, Alaska (population 4,376) is a rather small island that has an inordinate number of bald eagles. Seeing them may stir a feeling of patriotism in Americans, but for the residents of Unalaska, they are an invasive annoyance.

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Great Big Story visits Unalaska to see the birds and the people who have to deal with them. -via Tastefully Offensive


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"Total Eclipse of the Heart" Was Almost a Meat Loaf Song

You can always detect a Jim Steinman song by its soaring buildup to an epic vocal showcase, its length, and the fact that it always features several syllables of lyrics stuffed into one musical note. Steinman wrote and produced several hit songs for Meat Loaf, including "You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)," "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad," and "Paradise by the Dashboard Light." Those three all appeared on the album Bat Out of Hell, which catapulted Meat Loaf into stardom. But he didn't handle it very well.

According to a Q Magazine article in 1993, now available in text form on Jim Steinman’s website, Meat Loaf and Steinman’s joint record company and management team distrusted Meat Loaf’s mental stability in the early ‘80s, and initially pushed Steinman to leave the duo in hopes of writing a new hit. “He had a mental block on the new songs,” Steinman said of Meat Loaf at the time, adding that management wouldn’t let Meat Loaf rest his voice. Meat Loaf suffered from severe stress and anger and emotional issues; he then lost his operatic voice, prompting Steinman to leave the team. Meat Loaf accused his former managers of misjudging him during a particularly difficult time, which he got through emotionally by coaching little league softball games for his daughters.

Steinman had already written songs for Meat Loaf's expected followup album, one of which was "Total Eclipse of the Heart," but it wasn't to be. Meanwhile, Bonnie Tyler had seen success with her song "It's a Heartache," but did not want to be stereotyped as a quasi-county music singer. Read the story of how Tyler got the song and made it a classic at Atlas Obscura.

Oh yeah, Tyler will perform the song on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship as the solar eclipse occurs on Monday.

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about The Conjuring

The 2013 horror film The Conjuring scared audiences enough to make back twice its production budget in its first weekend. It went on to be very profitable as well as frightening. If you enjoyed the movie, you'll want to read trivia from behind the scenes.

8. It was a work in progress for 20 years.

There was actually a bidding war for the movie that was between six different studios. Before and after that the fate of the film was stuck in limbo.

7. It had a different title to begin with.

Originally the title was The Warren Files before producers finally settled on the more well-known name.

There's a lot more to learn about The Conjuring in a list at TVOM.


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The United States of Movies

How do you select the most iconic movie for each state in the US? Some are pretty easy, because there aren't that many movies set in Rhode Island, Delaware, or West Virginia, so you go with what you have. Other movies were chosen because the locale is very much a part of the story, like how A River Runs Through It says a lot about Montana. That said, someone should really make a new movie about Georgia to replace Deliverance. Still, you could argue all day over what movie should represent California, New York, and Washington, DC, since there are so many to choose from. Entertainment Weekly did their best with this new map of the United States with an iconic movie representing each state. How did they do with your state?


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Dog Cries with Baby

This is the story of two who are so clueless that you have to laugh. Dog takes baby's cracker. Baby realizes cracker is gone. Baby cries. Dog cries in sympathy. The world makes no sense.

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You have to admit, it's both cute and funny. -via Digg

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Keep It Cool

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A brief history of humans trying to chill out by any means necessary.

Life in the past was all about blood, sweat, and tears. But mostly sweat. Before the invention of air conditioning, summers felt like one big Bikram yoga studio: hot, sticky, and uncomfortable.

Consider the summer of 1896. It was too infernal for New Yorkers to sleep in their apartments, so many spent their nights snoozing on rooftops and fire escapes- with restless sleepers rolling off the roofs and falling to their deaths (the heat wave’s death toll in New York: 1,500). In an attempt to keep people cool -and alive- an obscure police commissioner named Teddy Roosevelt organized police stations to give out free blocks of ice.

Until the 1920s, much of America shut down entirely when things got too hot, including government: The capital would close its doors. Broadway theaters also went dark, giving birth to summer stock productions held outdoors. Across the pond, to keep babies cool, London moms bought the “baby cage,” a little box they’d attach outside the window of their apartment, dangling babies stories above the pavement.

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Saviors Of The Galaxy - Tree Plus Raccoon Equals True Heroes


Saviors of the galaxy by rustenico 

Rocket and Groot are the two best friends the galaxy ever had, and they don't just battle baddies and make the universe a safer place to live- they look good while they beat down the bad guys! The only complaint Rocket has is this- he'd like people to stop calling him "cute". Handsome is fine, super tough and really cool is preferred, and he wouldn't mind if female raccoons called him sexy, but this cute thing has got to stop! Rocket is a furry ball of fiery destruction, a genius when it comes to creating weaponry, and he's never lost his head in a battle even when faced with impossible odds, does that all sound cute to you? The answer is NO people!

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Say "No" To Being A Bridesmaid

Sarah has been a bridesmaid five times, which is more than anyone should ever have to endure. This time, she's a guest! It's a liberating experience, as you can see in this video from comedy troupe Above Average. It contains NSFW language.

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The things bridesmaids are expected to do these days is just plain crazy. The expenses are outrageous, the events are too numerous, the duties are onerous, and doing it more than once in a lifetime is just too much. The website for the wedding Sarah didn't attend (except for the reception) would easily be confused with real ones. -via Tastefully Offensive  


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The Atomic Bomb That Was Too Big To Use

On October 30, 1961, the Soviet Union tested the largest nuclear bomb ever made, the Tsar Bomba. It was deployed 13,000 feet above the Barents Sea north of the USSR. The energy it released was estimated to be equivalent to 57 megatons of TNT, and sent a shockwave around the world three times.      

In order to give the two planes a chance to survive – and this was calculated as no more than a 50% chance – Tsar Bomba was deployed by a giant parachute weighing nearly a tonne. The bomb would slowly drift down to a predetermined height – 13,000ft (3,940m) – and then detonate. By then, the two bombers would be nearly 50km (30 miles) away. It should be far enough away for them to survive.

Tsar Bomba detonated at 11:32, Moscow time. In a flash, the bomb created a fireball five miles wide. The fireball pulsed upwards from the force of its own shockwave. The flash could be seen from 1,000km (630 miles) away.

The bomb’s mushroom cloud soared to 64km (40 miles) high, with its cap spreading outwards until it stretched nearly 100km (63 miles) from end to end. It must have been, from a very far distance perhaps, an awe-inspiring sight.

But what was equally astonishing was that the original design was even bigger. The Tsar Bomba was scaled back from having a 100-megaton blast. That design was unworkable because it couldn't have been delivered to any target. As it was, Tsar Bomba turned its creator, Soviet physicist Andrei Sakharov, completely against nuclear weapons research and into an activist for peace and freedom. Read about Tsar Bomba and its effects at BBC Future.

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How Netflix's Daredevil Intro Was Filmed

The intro to the Marvel/Netflix series Daredevil is so bloody cool looking it's the perfect intro for such a great show, but the origin of the intro remains hidden due to licensing restrictions.

What the fine folks at Netflix don't want you to know, as pointed out by comic artist Dragonarte, is that DD was hangin' around with Batman and Spider-Man when the paint came pouring down.

They also don't want you to know that the trio moonlight as painters because their superhero gigs ain't payin' the bills...

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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Five Tips from NASA for Photographing the Total Solar Eclipse on Aug. 21

Whether you are able to even see the total solar eclipse next week will be a matter of preparedness. Where are you going to go? How will you get there? Do you have your eclipse goggles yet? If you want to take pictures of the event, you'll need to prepare ahead of time for that, too. You won't have more than a couple of minutes to shoot during the totality. 

To take images as the Sun is being eclipsed, you’ll need to use a special solar filter to protect your camera, just as you’ll need a pair of eclipse glasses to protect your own eyes. However, at totality, when the Moon completely blocks the Sun, make sure to remove the filter so you can see the Sun’s outer atmosphere — the corona.

Having a few other pieces of equipment can also come in handy during the eclipse. Using a tripod can help you stabilize the camera and avoid taking blurry images during the low lighting. Additionally, using a delayed shutter release timer will allow you to snap shots without jiggling the camera.

Mara Johnson-Groh of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center has some instructions for getting the best solar eclipse photos, but don't wait until the last minute to read them. -Thanks, WTM!


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Carrot Steals Diamond Ring

Okay, to be technical, the carrot found a lost diamond engagement ring in the garden, and decided to wear it. Mary Grams of Camrose, Alberta, lost it while working in her garden in 2004.

"We looked high and low on our hands and knees," she said. "We couldn't find it. I thought for sure either they rototilled it or something happened to it."

She has had the ring since 1951, a year before she married her husband, Norman. After it was lost she quickly replaced it.

"I didn't tell him, even, because I thought for sure he'd give me heck or something," she said.

In 2017, her daughter-in-law pulled up a carrot that was wearing the ring.



Read the story of the carrot and the ring at CBC News. -via Peter Lindelauf

PS: It's not the first time this has happened.


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Suspicious Minds: The Bizarre, 40-Year History of Elvis Presley Sightings

It was 40 years ago today that Elvis Presley passed away at the age of 42. At the time, people found the news hard to believe. Even after the funeral and all the tributes, some people still found it hard to believe that the superstar was gone. The number of disbelievers grew when reports started coming in from folks who swore that they'd seen Elvis alive and well. The first one was supposedly on the day he died.

On the afternoon of August 16, 1977, a man bearing a striking resemblance to Elvis is said to have purchased a one-way ticket from Memphis International Airport to Buenos Aires. He supposedly gave the name Jon Burrows, a pseudonym Elvis used when checking into hotels. Patrick Lacy, author of the book Elvis Decoded, claims to have debunked this popular and wholly unsubstantiated story by interviewing airport officials and determining that international flights weren’t available from Memphis in 1977. There’s also the question of why the most famous man on the planet would risk going into a public place in his hometown in order to book airfare for the purpose of faking his own death. Maybe Elvis figured his acting skills would help him avoid suspicion.

Even as the funeral proceeded, the medical examiner’s report was issued, and the stories of witnesses came out, fans preferred to think that Elvis faked his death, and looked for every possible clue that it was so. And for the next forty years, the stories and rumors proliferated. Read about Elvis sightings over the years at Mental Floss.


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The Origin Of Those Delicious, Gravity-Defying Piescrapers

Piescrapers are the perfect combination of food art and flavor fusion, and the recent wave of piescraper mania has been attributed to one woman- Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin, founder of Pies Are Awesome.

Jessica came up with the idea for her multi-layered pies after deciding to give up sugar for a year, her craving for desserts leading her to recipes for sugar free fruit pies and a dessert history lesson: 

"In Tudor times and Medieval times, pies used to be really complicated and tall. They were a central feature at all sorts of events," she explained excitedly. "I realized that now, pies just aren't treated the same way as other desserts in terms of pop culture representation and other interesting techniques. I wanted to see if I could do something about that."

The vertical element came into play when she began thinking about the wedding possibilities for these intricate pies.

"A lot of people really want pies at their weddings instead of cake, but they end up going with cakes anyway," she explained. "Because of the low profile of pies, they just don't look as great on the buffet table. So I started thinking, how can I build them up?"

But making a wedding cake-inspired tower of pies was easier said than done:

"It was pretty hilarious, actually," she admitted. "Finally, I hit upon a way to stabilize different tiers using techniques from paper sculpture, another hobby of mine. I realized how to double up certain layers of dough with egg in the middle, allowing me to push these experiments higher and higher."

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Read These Insane-Looking Vertical "Piescrapers" Might Be The New Wedding Cakes here

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How to Peel a Banana

We got a lesson in how to peel a banana in the recent video on Victorian Banana Candy. But there are other methods you can try, as published in the Newton Record of Newton, Mississippi, on February 8, 1940. They might not work quite as well. This clipping was found at Yesterday's Print. -via Pallas Athena


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Animated Simulation Shows What The Eclipse Will Look Like In Your Zip Code

The total solar eclipse on August 21st is required viewing because there won't be another like it until 2024, but unless you live in a narrow strip of the United States it's only going to be visible as a partial eclipse.

The last time a total eclipse across the entire contiguous United States was back on June 8 1918, so it's not surprising that Americans are getting excited about seeing the eclipse in all its galactic glory.

If you're wondering what to expect then check out this animated simulation created by TIME, which allows you to enter your zip code and see how the eclipse will look in your neck of the woods.

-Via Boing Boing


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26 Wild West Facts

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We love watching movies about the pioneers, gunslingers, and cowboys of the Wild West. The historical facts about the settlement of the American West was different from what the movies give us, but is just as interesting. John Green has a bunch of those details about the Wild West in the latest episode of the Mental Floss List Show.  


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The Menace - The Face Of Humanity's Dark Future


The menace by ddjvigo

In the past they were known as the destroyers, the devourers and the killers of hope, but now the Titans are simply known as "the menace" and like every other menace their reign of terror will soon be stopped in its tracks. Once it was discovered that the Corps had a boy who could transform into a Titan fighting on their side those giant goofy people eaters were no longer seen as an unstoppable force. And as the truth about the origin of the Titans comes to light it was discovered that there's hope for mankind after all...

Add some anime awesomeness to your geeky wardrobe with this The Menace t-shirt by Ddjvigo, it's the bold way to declare your love of Attack on Titan and it's sure to scare up smiles wherever you go!

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Illustrator Captures The Happiness Of Living Alone

I've lived with a roommate or significant other my entire adult life so I don't know what it's like to live alone, but according to these illustrations by L.A. based artist Yaoyao Ma Van As the single life can pretty sweet.

And even though the solitary life gets to be a bit lonely at times it seems the freedom, peace and quiet and ability to do things your own way more than make up for an occasional bout of loneliness.

So if you find yourself feeling blue about living alone take a gander at Yaoyao's drawings and remind yourself of all the great things the solitary life has to offer, like reading a book while you eat dinner. Sounds a lot better than awkward small talk about your day while sitting around the dining room table!

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5 Really Weird Ways That Actors Got Into Character

Top actors have a way of becoming their characters that allows us to forget they are movie stars for a little while. How they inhabit someone else's skin can be a real wonder, at least to those of us who will never have that skill. Each actor has their own way of preparing for a role, and sometimes they end up preparing in a way you'd never guess in a million years. Take, for instance, Tom Cruise in the 2004 film Collateral.

You might not remember this film but that’s okay because it really kind of flew under the radar for the most part. To prepare for the part of the unknown assassin though Tom Cruise actually delivered for the UPS for a short while to get the feel of being able to get into and get out of a place without being recognized. That was the whole point of the movie to be quite honest, to go unnoticed until it was too late.

Read about how four other stars got into character for a movie role at TVOM. 


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