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Hipster Hippo - He's Wearing Those Glasses Ironically


Hipster Hippo by Sophie Corrigan

Hippos aren't generally the most vain or fashion forward animal species on the planet, but when Hal showed up at the pond one day dressed like a hipster the other hippos just had to follow suit. It seems they'd grown tired of going pantsless all the time, and since those hipster skinny jeans were made to fit all body types the hippos could finally join the hyenas and giraffes in hiding their shame.

Bring a fresh new look to your geeky wardrobe with this Hipster Hippo t-shirt by Sophie Corrigan, and you can say you were wearing ridiculously funny animal shirts before (and after) it was cool!

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Can You Find The Woman in This Body Painting Pic?

We've posted about Craig Tracy's wonderful bodypainting a while ago on Neatorama, but the artist has created many more awesome artwork that we just want to showcase him again.

Can you find the human in the bodypainting of a white tiger above? No?

How about this one below:

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Twitter Users Make Fun of Urban Outfitters Pricey Junk


Urban Outfitters recently and rightly received some consumer pushback over charging $8.00 for the above ponytail holder, the likes of which is available at any dollar store. When a Twitter user started the dialogue by posting the photo above and commenting on it being overpriced, it launched the hashtag #UrbanOutfittersBeLike. Other users joined in and piled on with tweets such as those below. 

Click on the hashtag to see other funny examples. Via Design Taxi


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Mad Max and Adventure Time Mash Up is Shiny and Chrome!

Like Nux the War Boy said in Mad Max: Fury Road, "I live. I die. I LIVE AGAIN ... in the post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo." Or something like that.

In any case, the mash up of Mad Max Fury Road and Adventure Time is just the sort of things that belong together. Ryan May of City of Pyramids drew our favorite characters from Adventure Time like we've never seen them before: Ice King as Immortan Joe, Marceline the Vampire Queen does Come-Doof Warrior proud, Princess Bubblegum becomes Imperator Furiosa, and Finn the Human channels his inner Max Rockatansky.

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How To Set Off Fireworks Without Blowing Yourself Up

Setting off fireworks on the Fourth of July is almost a duty or an obligation, part of being American. And fireworks are enjoyable to watch. But they can be dangerous, as we see every year as the July 5th news is full of stories of people accidentally igniting all the fireworks at once, or blowing their fingers off, or worse. If you’re going to shoot off fireworks, learn something about them first. Know your state regulations, plan the time and place, and have some safety factors ready.

If this is your first foray into this realm, the easiest (and probably least threatening) entry point are the ground displays. These are the kinds of mini-fire shows that stay on the ground after you light them, emitting sparks and big fountains of colorful light and gunpowder. Once again, the idea here is to light the thing and run away, unless you have a thing for getting sparked in the face. (This may seem obvious to you as you read this, but it will likely be less obvious in the moment, when you are far more likely to be drunk, so I figured it couldn’t hurt to repeat it now.)

There’s a lot more about fireworks and safety for first-timers, and it wouldn’t hurt experienced pyromaniacs to take a refresher course, at Adequate Man. -via Digg

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Woman Gets Lost in Woods, Gives Birth, Fights off Bees, and Survives on Apples for 3 Days

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Amber Pangborn of Oroville, California got lost while driving through a forest in northern California. She was 9 and a half months pregnant. After her car ran out of gas, Pangborn went into labor. She then gave birth alone in the woods.

Pangborn named her daughter Marisa.

Pangborn was then promptly attacked by bees who, she says, wanted her placenta. They stung her badly. In an attempt to signal for help, she tried to start a fire. She was successful. In fact, she started a wildfire that grew into a quarter acre blaze before being spotted by a US Forest Service helicopter crew.

The helicopter took them to a hospital, where the child is reported to be in good condition. The Los Angeles Times reports:

Pangborn’s mother, Dianna Williams, told the L.A. Times that her nine-months-pregnant daughter went to a casino on Wednesday to visit a friend and get a respite from the hot temperatures. Pangborn, she said, was also hoping to induce labor.

Well, her plan worked.


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Would You Eat This Pulsating "Frankenstein Meat"?

CCTV News reported that a woman in Shandong Province, China, was shocked to discover that a slab of beef she had just purchased from a local market appeared to be pulsating like a beating heart.

Instead of eating it, the woman (wisely, I'm sure) chose to record the moving, pulsating meat that the Internet has dubbed "Frankenstein meat". Here's the video (WARNING: Not for the faint of heart - the video is probably not suitable if you don't have the stomach for gross stuff)

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Nic Cage Stars In Game Of Thrones

Nicolas Cage is sort of like an everyman in Hollywood, except that every man he plays in a movie seems to be out of their minds!

That wild card personality is what we like about Nic Cage, and why we continue to tune in to see his latest performance even though most of his newer movies are virtually unwatchable.

The Game Of Thrones world is going through a major reconstruction after the season 5 finale, so maybe it’s time to bring Nic on board and revitalize the show with his signature smile and singular acting style.

Redditor CarlosDanger100 shows us what an all Nic Cage Game Of Thrones would look like, and I think I like it better already! -Via Relevant

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The Ice Cream Juggler


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Visit this Cold Stone Creamery in Doha, Qatar, and you’ll get a tasty treat and a show! Watch the server flick a scoop of ice cream around like he’s telekinetic. I’ll take a double scoop of chocolate, please.

-via 22 Words

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Beautiful Pictures Depicting the View From Airplane Windows

Some people hate air travel, which is understandable considering how uncomfortable the process can be these day, but for many, the discomfort is easy enough to overlook in favor of the excitement of travel. If you fall into the later category, you might just love these amazing artworks made by artist Jim Darling.

By showing the view from an airplane window, he perfectly captured the thrill of coming down to land in a new, unknown location. The images are likely to make you long for that feeling you get when you are just about to explore a new destination.

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Crow Rides on the Back of an Eagle

Photographer Phoo Chan spotted this incredible scene in Seabrook, Washington. A crow landed on the back of a bald eagle in mid-flight and rode there briefly. The eagle did not seem to object and the crow flew away after a short time. You can see more photos of this encounter at the Daily Mail.

-via The Soul Is Bone

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Game Of Bones - I'm A McCoy, Not A Stark!


Game Of Bones by Firepower Tees

Doc Bones was tired of playing games with the alien races always mucking things up for the Federation, tired of being paged while on the throne taking his morning constitutional, and tired of being the star of a one man show about the detrimental effects an interstellar space trek can have on the human body. In fact, Leonard McCoy was so tired that he's now considering taking the next decade off to do some fly fishing back home in Georgia!

You'll find the future of funny on this Game Of Bones t-shirt by Firepower Tees, it's the perfect way to get people to yell "Dammit Jim!" at you all day long!

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24 Unexpected Things Aboard Cruise Ships

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Modern cruise ships are like floating cities carrying thousands of people (although cities with weird cultures found nowhere else), so they must be equipped with certain necessities that a real city would need, like a hospital. But many cruise ships have really odd attractions that most cities of their size don’t. Ice skating, anyone? John Green lists 24 such odd amenities found on cruise ships in this week’s mental_floss List Show, none of which would convince me to float around on the ocean in a city I can’t leave.


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RIP Sir Nicholas Winton, Who Saved 669 Children during the Holocaust

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Nicholas Winton was a 29-year old British stockbroker working in Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1938 during the gradual conquest of that nation by Nazi Germany. He was aware that the Jews there were in great danger. He wanted to save as many as possible, especially the children. So Winton and his colleagues arranged for host families in Britain and Sweden to take the children. They made phone calls, sent letters, scrounged up money, and arranged the logistics for this massive undertaking—all while holding down his day job as a stockbroker. He helped 669 children escape from the Holocaust in occupied Europe.

Then Winton returned to Britain as that nation and Germany went to war in 1939. He drove an ambulance and later joined the Royal Air Force. After the war, he worked in various positions, including co-owning a popsicle factory.

Winton didn’t talk about the rescue, not even to his wife. The Washington Post reports:

In the late 1980s, Mr. Winton’s wife, the former Grete Gjelstrup, was rooting through the attic when she came upon a scrapbook containing documents related to the wartime rescue effort. He had never mentioned it to her. […]

The scrapbook made its way to Elisabeth Maxwell , the Holocaust scholar and wife of newspaper magnate Robert Maxwell. Soon, Mr. Winton found himself featured in British newspapers and on the BBC television program “That’s Life!”


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Here is an incredible scene from that program. You should watch it right now.

Sir Nicholas Winton died today at the age of 106.

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Historically Accurate Civil War Uniforms for Dogs

(Photo: Dogs of Gettysburg)

Well, technically speaking, dogs on either side usually did not wear regulation uniforms. But if you want your pooch to look like a Union or Confederate soldier with the precision that a Civil War reenactor would appreciate, then Stephanie Honodel can outfit your dog.

Honodel has been making custom pet clothing for 15 years. About 5 years ago, a Civil War reenactor asked her to make a Confederate general’s uniform for his miniature pinscher. Word about her work spread and she’s since made hundreds of Civil War dog costumes. To accommodate her business, she’s just opened a shop called the Dogs of Gettysburg, which is helpfully located near the battlefield site.

If you don’t have a dog, you can still throw your pet back in time. Honodel also makes costumes for cats, pigs, tortoises, and snakes. You can read more about her work at the Huffington Post.

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USA Challenges Japan to a Giant Robot Duel

Some robotics companies build robots for scientific and technical research. Others build them for specific purposes, like factory tasks. MegaBots, Inc. builds them for bragging rights. What do you need a giant robot for? To fight other giant robots! Duh, don’t you ever watch movies or read comic books?

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Anyway, world reputation is on the line. Megabots has a giant robot called the Mark 2. Suidobashi Heavy Industry in Japan has the giant robot Kuratas. If the challenge is answered, we may see both of them destroy each other in about a year. Read more about the giant robots at Jalopnik. -via Viral Viral Videos  


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Butcher Billy Bullies Banksy

Butcher Billy is a Brazilian artist with a talent for mashing up famous figures from the world of pop culture, from comic book characters to cartoon superstars to famous musicians.

Billy's boldly derivative works are irreverent, silly and soft edged yet oh so hip, so it's only natural that his artistic journey into parody paradise has led him to the works of Banksy.

Butcher Billy has collected some clever cartoon parody art between the covers of a coloring book called Butcher Billy Bullies Banksy, and boy did that street art ever need a cartoon makeover!

Here's hoping this coloring book will actually be released in stores someday, but for now we can only dream of coloring between those mighty appealing cartoon contour lines...

-Via Laughing Squid

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Desperately Seeking Sleep

There’s nothing like parenthood to make you appreciate what your own parents went through. But even if you aren’t a parent, you can bet your bottom dollar that you weren’t easy to deal with as an infant (or toddler, or teenager). This revelation is brought to you by Lunarbaboon.

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Leggy Tables Strut in Style

Vick Vanlian, a furniture and interiors designer from Lebanon, developed the BFF Console Tables line. They’re painted in bright colors and supported by one or two pairs of feminine legs in high heels. They’re an homage to pop artists Jeff Koons and Takashi Murakami, as well as a reflection of Vanlian’s “love for fashion and women’s beauty.”

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Practical Redesigns For Female Superhero Costumes

Female superhero costumes are at the center of a huge debate that is mostly being debated by people who don’t even read comics yet like to opine about them for some strange reason.

That being said, the debate rages on for some reason, and even though the comic book industry is unlikely to make any major changes to their main characters’ wardrobes there are plenty of people with good ideas about what a redesign should look like.

One of those forward thinking artists goes by the name of Ingvard The Terrible, and he has some good ideas for making the suits worn by our favorite female superfolks more practical.

Of course, the redesigns make them all look very similar, like supporting characters in a sci-fi movie, but hey- at least they're all covered up now!

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Chuck Norris Plush Doll Giveaway


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Here's a fact for you: When the Bald Eagle looks up "Freedom" in the dictionary, it'll find the entry for Chuck Norris.

Here's another fact for you: Chuck Norris is too awesome to stay hidden in our warehouse for long. His awesomeness drew us in like a beacon, shining with the intensity of one thousand suns. That awesomeness led us to find a stash of Chuck Norrises in plush doll form in a far corner of the NeatoShop warehouse.

Actually, no. Chuck Norris wasn't hiding. He was just biding his time until he can reward loyal Neatoramanauts with this exclusive giveaway: We have 10 warehouse-find Chuck Norris plush dolls that are calling YOUR name.

This giveaway is exclusive to NeatoMail subscribers, so if you haven't subscribed, well, you won't get a chance to win one. We'll announce the giveaway in our next NeatoMail, so subscribe today! (Don't worry - we won't share your email with anyone).


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Zoo Basel's Gorilla Troop Welcomes New Baby

For the first time in ten years, a Western Lowland Gorilla has been born at Zoo Basel in Switzerland. On May 19, 26-year-old mom Joas and 16-year-old father M’Tonge welcomed their newborn. The baby, whose sex has yet to be determined, has been cause for excitement in the entire troop of Western Lowland Gorillas at Zoo Basel: Faddama, Quarta, Zungu, and Goma. Like a family, they all embraced the youngster.

As is evident from the video below, mom Joas keeps her baby close and handles it lovingly and gently. Infant gorillas are wholly dependent on their mothers, suckling at least once an hour and sleeping with them in the same nest. Fathers don't take an active role in caring for the young, but they help socialize them to other gorillas and protect them from aggression. 

Read more about these fascinating animals and see additional pictures at Zooborns. 

Images: Zoo Basel


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Sweet Dreams Puddin' - She's Maddeningly Cute!


Sweet Dreams Puddin' by Andriu

Harley has a smile that melts people's minds, and a voice that cuts through their heads like a hacksaw, but some people find her quite charming. There's one clown in particular who is extremely fond of her wild side, and this joker just loves when Harley goes all savage on his squad with a baseball bat! Miss Quinn might look cute, ladies and gentleman, but inside she's got a suicide solution and a heart that's twisted by madness.

Spread maniacal smiles wherever you go with this Sweet Dreams Puddin' t-shirt by Andriu, it's one cute way to show your love for comic book's battiest femme fatale!

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How to Make Minions

If you want to do something neat but odd, Dave Hax will find a way to make it work! If you are a fan of Minions, you’ll want to see the new movie Minions, opening next week in the U.S. And you’ll want to make your own.

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Unfortunately, a very crucial basic step in the beginning makes it darn near impossible for Americans to carry out this project. If you live in Europe, it should be a snap. But at least we now know what inspired the look of the Minions. -Thanks, Dave!  

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Deterrence against a First-Strike Nuclear Attack


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One of the greatest problems with nuclear war strategy is that nuclear attacks require very little time to carry out. At the height of the Cold War, annihilation was, hypothetically, only a few minutes away (as illustrated metaphorically by the famous Doomsday Clock on the cover of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.) This inspired fear by both sides that the other would launch a pre-emptive strike in order to avoid a surprise attack. The winner (or the side that would lose less badly if everything worked) would be whoever struck first.

In these tense moments, it would be essential to have national leaders who were sufficiently calm that they could make rational decisions. To a degree, they must hesitate to kill. In a 1981 issue of the Bulletin, Roger Fisher made a suggestion for how to create that condition. It’s quoted at the Nuclear Secrecy Blog:

There is a young man, probably a Navy officer, who accompanies the President. This young man has a black attaché case which contains the codes that are needed to fire nuclear weapons. I could see the President at a staff meeting considering nuclear war as an abstract question. He might conclude: “On SIOP Plan One, the decision is affirmative, Communicate the Alpha line XYZ.” Such jargon holds what is involved at a distance.

My suggestion was quite simple: Put that needed code number in a little capsule, and then implant that capsule right next to the heart of a volunteer. The volunteer would carry with him a big, heavy butcher knife as he accompanied the President. If ever the President wanted to fire nuclear weapons, the only way he could do so would be for him first, with his own hands, to kill one human being. The President says, “George, I’m sorry but tens of millions must die.” He has to look at someone and realize what death is—what an innocent death is. Blood on the White House carpet. It’s reality brought home.

When I suggested this to friends in the Pentagon they said, “My God, that’s terrible. Having to kill someone would distort the President’s judgment. He might never push the button.

And so this proposal was never put into practice (as far as we know).

What do you think? Would Fisher’s suggestion have been a good idea?

-via TYWKWIDBI


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Quantifying Our Emotions After Watching A Disney-Pixar Movie

Pixar’s latest film Inside Out is leaving audiences with all kinds of feelings they’ve never felt before, and thanks to the colorful animated feature those new feelings now have a funny face.

The film is all about emotions, so it’s only natural to feel strongly about it one way or the other, but how do we quantify how all Disney-Pixar movies make us feel so other people will understand?

Why, you create an illustrated graph, of course! And that's just what the fine folks at Oh My Disney! did, using the emotion characters from Inside Out to illustrate the many different feels felt after watching a Pixar flick.

So now when your friends and family ask you what you thought of Inside Out  or any other Pixar movie you can show them one of these charts while you choke back the tears...

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Terminator Timelines

The Terminator franchise has already given us four movies over 30 years with one story, but it’s a confusing one. The new film, Terminator: Genysis opens today, but before you see it, you might want to have a refresher course on the chronology of the other films. All time travel movies tend to be confusing, but with Terminator, each film alters the timelines of those that came before -and the new movie messes with that timeline even more. Direct TV gives us an interactive timeline for The Terminator, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, and Terminator Salvation, plus an alternative timeline and an overview of the entire saga. -via The A.V. Club


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An All-American Pie-Cake for the Fourth of July

A cherpumple is a cherry pie, a pumpkin pie, and an apple pie all baked separately, then baked into cake layers, which are then stacked and iced. It is a thing of glory sometimes attributed to American humorist and chef Charles Phoenix.

We most recently saw Phoenix unveil to the world his Uncle Watermelon party game and snack. He’s already getting prepared for the holiday weekend with a special cherpumple called the Cheruble. This recipe replaced the pumpkin pie with a blueberry pie, then seals the three pies inside red, white, and blue cakes in reflection of the colors of the US flag.

If you’re French, then you can use the same design for the upcoming Bastille Day. Just alter the order of the layers to match the French revolutionary flag.

-via Foodiggity

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A Remake of Jurassic Park Made By 2 Kids Back In 1993

When the first Jurassic Park film premiered in 1993 audiences were blown away by the megasaurus-sized action taking place on the screen, but nobody got into the first flick quite like the kiddos.

90s kids had their tiny worlds rocked by the dinosaur based destruction they saw on the big screen, and for most, Jurassic Park became a fond memory from their childhood.

However, some kids didn't see the movie as mere spectators, they saw it through the eyes of budding filmmakers and found themselves inspired.

Two young moviemakers named Michael Raisch and David Chakris decided to create their own "remake" of Jurassic Park using their toys, hand drawn sets and a VHS camera. From Michael's website:

In the summer of 1993 inspired by the release of Jurassic Park, Michael and David set out to recreate the excitement and visuals of the hit film. Over a period 6 months in New Jersey they filmed multiple versions of the film until they were pleased with their final version. Equipped with the best VHS era technology, [Michael and David] re-created the movie magic of Jurassic Park with hand drawn sets, action figures and fishing line.

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It's incredible what David and Michael were able to accomplish with so little, and Michael has gone on to a successful career in graphic design and video that all began with this Jurassic Park short.

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Global Boom

The following is an article from The Annals of Improbable Research.

Gutsy Explosions in the Northern Hemisphere
compiled by A.S. Kaswell and S. Drew, AIR staff

Here is a brief and somewhat haphazardly selected guide to some unfortunate, and probably embarrassing, explosions of a particular type.

Boom (Italy, 1952)
“Unusual Complication in Electrosurgery: Explosion of Gases in the Cecum During Operation of Cecal Fistula” [article in Italian], G. Pezzuoli and C. Ghiringhelli, L’Ospedale Maggiore, vol. 40, no. 9, September 1952, pp. 443-6.

Boom (Spain, 1964)
“Pneumatic Explosion of the Cecum in Patients with Carcinoma of the Colon” [article in Spanish], N. Antonelli and E. Borenstein, Prensa Medica Argentina, vol. 51, October 23, 1964, pp. 999-1002.

Boom (Germany, 1974)
“Intestinal Gas Explosion As a Rare Cause of Traumatic Colon Perforation” [article in German], F.J. Stucker and H. Molzberger, Chirurg, vol. 45, no. 8, August 1974, pp. 373-5.

Boom (America, 1974)
“Explosions of Colonic Gas,” B.H. Rogers, New England Journal of Medicine, vol. 291, no. 20, November 1974, p. 1089.

Left: Mrs. Casey, the wife of the minister to the Australian Legation in Washington, D.C., and two children studying global phenomena in 1942. Photo: Marjory Collins, courtesy of the Library of Congress.

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