The Long Egg-Speriment- How To Make A Long Egg At Home

A while back one of those "As Seen On TV" companies started selling a product that helps people cook eggs in a long rod shape, which seemed like a mighty strange shape for an egg.

I soon discovered the long egg is an integral part of the British fave raised pork and egg pie, aka Gala Pie, which is baked in a loaf pan with a long egg in the middle.

However, as delicious as the Gala Pie looks, it hardly seems like a dish you'll make often enough to justify buying a new kitchen gadget, but how can we make long eggs without one?

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This video by KeefCooks shows what a long, hard process it is to make a long egg without a device, and nearly a year later Keef returned with the definitive video on making totally tubular eggs.

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How America's Obsession With Hula Girls Almost Wrecked Hawai'i

When Captain James Cook and his crew landed in Hawaii (which they called the Sandwich Islands) in 1778, the meeting set off a culture clash that has repercussions to this day. The islanders had beliefs, customs, and rituals that sailors misread through the lens of their own culture. And once their reports were published, it was almost impossible to change the impressions of those outside Hawaii. The hula was a ritual performed by both men and women that included dance, poetry, and music for both religious and secular reasons, but what stood out to the sailors was that the women were topless.    

In his journal, Captain Cook described the Hawaiians’ hula: “Their dances are prefaced with a slow, solemn song, in which all the party join, moving their legs, and gently striking their breasts in a manner and with attitudes that are perfectly easy and graceful.”

In The Natives Are Restless, Hale explains, “To be sexually adept and sensually alive—and to have the ability to experience unrestrained desire—was as important to ancient Hawaiians as having sex to produce offspring. The vital energy caused by desire and passion was itself worshiped and idolized.”

Cook and his men—and the merchants, whalers, artists, and writers who followed—mistook the hula’s sexually charged fertility rituals as a signal the Hawaiians’ youngest and loveliest women were both promiscuous and sexually available to anyone who set foot on their beaches. In her 2012 book Aloha America: Hula Circuits Through the U.S. Empire, historian Adria L. Imada explains how natural hospitality of “aloha” culture—the word used as a greeting that also means “love”—made Hawaiians vulnerable to outside exploitation. To Westerners, the fantasy of a hula girl willingly submitting to the sexual desires of a white man represented the convenient narrative of a people so generous they’d willing give up their land without a fight.

Contrary to this fantasy, the people populating the eight islands of the Hawaiian archipelago weren’t so submissive.

When word about Hawaii got out, everyone wanted to go -including missionaries who went to convert the islanders and instill a proper sense of shame about women's bodies. Read how Westerners made the hula into a permanent and profitable stereotype at Collectors Weekly. The article contains some vintage nudity.


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Bringing a Clydesdale to a Nursing Home is "Pet Therapy on Steroids"


Image: Village of East Harbor Senior Living

A horse in a nursing home sounds like the beginning of a joke, but bringing an actual Clydesdale horse into the Village of East Harbor Senior Living Community in Michigan turns out to be great therapy.

As many seniors living in the center have trouble with mobility that prevent them from going outside, Maggie Provenzano brought her Clydesdale Neigh-Neigh inside the home.

"It was pet therapy on steroids," administrator Carolyn Martin said to TODAY, "Neigh-neigh brought everyone out of their rooms, even those who rarely go to activities or come out to socialize."

Take a look at more touching photos over at TODAY (warning: auto-play video)

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The Avengers React to the Justice League Trailer

After 15 years or so of Marvel movies raking in billions of dollars by using teams of superheroes in The Avengers, X-Men, and Guardians of the Galaxy, DC is finally ready to jump in with Justice League this November. The first full trailer debuted this weekend. The Avengers saw it, too.  

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Dr. Machakil edited this fan film that gives us a hint that the Avengers will be plotting a one-up soon. -via Metafilter 


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Blue Haze of Pluto


Image: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute

Smog getting you down? Consider this: even Pluto has got that!

Scientists stitched together images from the Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft when it was about 120,000 miles (200,000 kilometers) away from Pluto. The resulting image of Pluto's receding crescent shows a spectacular blue "haze" in the dwarf planet's atmosphere:

Scientists believe the haze is a photochemical smog resulting from the action of sunlight on methane and other molecules in Pluto's atmosphere, producing a complex mixture of hydrocarbons such as acetylene and ethylene. These hydrocarbons accumulate into small haze particles, a fraction of a micrometer in size, which preferentially scatter blue sunlight – the same process that can make haze appear bluish on Earth.

As they settle down through the atmosphere, the haze particles form numerous intricate, horizontal layers, some extending for hundreds of miles around large portions of the limb of Pluto. The haze layers extend to altitudes of over 120 miles (200 kilometers). Pluto's circumference is 4,667 miles (7,466 kilometers).

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Amazing and Surreal Pictures Taken by a Drone

Photographer Aydın Büyüktaş traveled the Western states of Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and California. He then used two drones to take pictures and compiled multiple images to create a 3D creation with drafting software.

The artist doesn't say how many images it takes to create each final rendering in Photoshop, but one thing's for sure -the end result is amazing.

See more images from the series on Wired.


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The Sofas of L.A.

Photographer Andrew Ward became fascinated with the phenomena of abandoned couches on city streets. He is a native of Dublin, but moved to Los Angeles to work in the film industry. Abandoned furniture on the street is rare in Ireland, so he began photographing the couches. Ward's photographs of sofas grew into a series, and now fill the Tumblr blog The Sofas of L.A. Ward says,

"So you have this community of people that are somewhat what I consider temporary residents here," Ward says. "They're coming here because they thought it would bring them something greater in the short term, or perhaps migrant families that are being evicted and you have to bring all of your possessions with you, so there's that element."

And then there's the other element. The couches are an ugly symbol of how we're becoming, more and more, a disposable society.

"We buy something one day that then next thing is no longer in vogue and gets thrown out on the sidewalk as trash."

But they're more than just trash, Ward says. Each couch tells a story, and is as culturally relevant as a statue.

So far, Ward has photographed 600 or so couches, and after each shot, he reports their location for the city to pick up. Read about the artist, and see a lot of couches at The Sofas of L.A. -via Metafilter


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Pink Puff In Outer Space - Kirby Is A Star


Pink Puff in Outer Space by nextodie

Do you ever wonder what you're looking at when you see a colorful streak soar across the night sky? I like to imagine the streak is created by an alien spacecraft, one which doesn't dare come to Earth for fear of being destroyed by the ignorant masses, and inside that spacecraft is a cute little alien pilot hungry for adventure. His name is Kirby, which is a perfectly appropriate name for both humans and aliens, and he's one of the toughest warriors in the universe despite the fact that he looks like a piece of bubble gum. Kirby wants to come see us, and knows he'll probably meet a few friends on Earth, but he knows humanity isn't ready to receive him yet so he stays high in the sky until that fateful day.

Add a streak of geeky color to your wardrobe with this Pink Puff in Outer Space t-shirt by Nextodie, it's the adorable way to get people looking for their favorite video game puffball among the stars!

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Guy Recreates Cocktails From The Simpsons

The Simpsons has contributed so much to pop culture, and society in general, that it's no wonder the show is still going strong nearly 30 years later.

And yet the colorful cocktails made by characters on the show, such as the Flaming Homer or the Skittlebrau, have yet to make the leap into real life.

So Nick Fisher of Cocktail Chemistry made these two drinks, along with "a single plum floating in perfume served in a man's hat" for comedic effect, then he came up with new and improved versions you can actually drink. Except for that perfume in a hat one, of course, that one's way too ahead of its time.

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Man Found Hanging Upside Down, Pantsed by Own Baggy Pants


Photo by Jesse Sensibar/Facebook

Add this to the looong list of why wearing baggy pants while trying to commit a crime is not a good idea: they're terrible for running away.

A man was spotted trying to break into a classroom at Miles Elementary School in Tucson, Arizona. When he realized that he was discovered, the man decided to escape and attempted to jump over the school's spiked fence. That's when his choice in trousers did him in.

Passerby Jesse Sensibar noted that the man's baggy pants got caught on the fence and pantsed him. Sensibar posted the photo on Facebook, which has now gone viral, with a note:

One more reason not to jump fences in baggy pants. I saw this homie hanging around at the Miles School this morning when I was rolling eastbound on Broadway Avenue.

I was going to help him off the fence but by the time I got back around the block the cops were rolling up two cars deep. I don't know what his story was but it must not have been good enough, fifteen minutes later when I went back by the other direction going home he was cuffed up in the backseat. He smiled for the camera.


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6 Key Differences Between the Power Rangers Film and the Original Series

There have  been many incarnations of the Power Rangers, which evolved from the Super Sentai series that originated in the 1970s. However, the internet generation is most familiar with the 1993-1996 series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. The new Power Rangers film that opened this past weekend with middling reviews is supposedly based on that 1993 series -but it's not the same. Check out a list of six key differences between what you know and what the new movie has at TVOM. It is full of spoilers if you haven't seen the film.  


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Why Do Cats Act So Weird?

We love cats because they're cute, cuddly and act like they're from another planet, and we know how smart they are so we assume their strange behavior is a sign of boredom and restlessness.

But, as this animated TED-Ed lesson by Tony Buffington shows, cat behaviors such as pouncing on stuff, exploring and squeezing into tight spaces, clawing and climbing up as high as they can go are all instinctual.

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Tony answered many cat questions in this video, but I still don't know why my cat is scared of his own reflection and his own shadow...maybe cats are instinctual and weird?

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World Map of Literature

Redditor Backforward24 created this neat "Literature of the World" - a map composed of books from/about each nation of the world.

The selection of what book should represent each country is subjective, of course - it's impossible to boil down the literary history of a country to a single book, but nonetheless the work is quite impressive. See if you agree with the book/country pairings:

The Americas

Canada - Anne of Green Gables
U.S.A - To Kill a MockingBird

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Battle of the Century

Nature abhors a vacuum, so these cats are just acting natural. Redditor camrymonster says this is his first comic. He must already be an artist. He was inspired by his own cats.

Striped one is Thor. Grey one is Walter. Thors the favorite so he got the killshot. Stop peeing on the bathroom mat Walter

Let's hope camrymonster continues to illustrate Thor and Walter's adventures.  -via reddit


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Snake Eats Snake


Image: David Penning/Missouri Southern State University

It's a snake-eat-snake world out there.

Predators usually chase after smaller (and thus easier) prey, but king snakes "just don't seem to be abiding by that rule," said biologist David Penning of Missouri Southern State University to National Geographic. "When we pair a small king snake with a larger rat snake, they don't avoid it. They actively and directly will attack a larger individual.... "

Marcus Woo of National Geographic has the explanation of how the king snake is truly deserving of its name.

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Cold Comfort: How to Best Use Your Freezer

The following article is from the new book Uncle John’s Uncanny Bathroom Reader.

Did you know that you can keep eggs in your freezer? (There’s a trick to it.) Here are some tips on how to freeze foods you probably thought couldn’t be frozen, and how to better freeze the stuff you’re already freezing, preventing waste and saving money in the process.

(Image credit: Flickr user Beverly Vealach)

FRESH VEGETABLES

• Before freezing, chop raw vegetables to the size you are likely to use when cooking. Thawed vegetables are more difficult to chop.

• Vegetables tend to lose color, favor, texture, and even vitamins when they’re frozen, thanks to the activity of enzymes in the veggies. Blanching the vegetables (immersing them in boiling water for a short period of time) before freezing interrupts the activity of the enzymes, and will keep the frozen vegetables fresher longer.

• Blanching times vary from 11⁄2 minutes for peas and 11 minutes for large ears of corn; consult a cookbook for the correct amount of time for the vegetable you want to freeze.

• After blanching, quickly immerse the vegetables in cool water to prevent them from overcooking.

• Leafy greens, tomatoes, and watery vegetables like zucchini and squash can be frozen without blanching. If you plan on making zucchini bread, grate the zucchini before you freeze it.

GROUND MEAT

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Teacher Made a Flow Chart on How to Find Him

Finding a teacher in this school can be quite complicated - so complicated that one teacher named Mr. Heiss decided to make a handy flowchart to help his students locate his whereabouts.

Sometimes finding Mr. Heiss is pretty straightforward ...

Sometimes, it's very complicated ...

Sometimes, you can't find the man at all!

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Best Flight Ever

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Instagram user joey_spazz caught some precious video on his last flight. He's got the best seat mate ever, his Australian cattle dog Ohana. She even smiles for the camera! -via reddit

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Scary Cookie Monster - Beware Greedy Monsters Bearing Gifts

Scary Cookie Monster by KKTEE

According to the TV show Sesame Street that shaggy blue monster goes by the name "Cookie" because he loves eating those baked goods so much he spends his entire life eating cookies and looking for another cookie fix. So if you should see a blue monster in your bedroom late at night offering you a cookie you should calmly get out of bed and RUN LIKE HELL! Because the Cookie we all grew up watching doesn't share, and he doesn't make house calls, so that monster in your bedroom may be his flesh eating cousin Skinny...

Share the nightmares you had as a child with the world by wearing this Scary Cookie Monster t-shirt by KKTEE, it's the terrifyingly fun way to warn people about monsters who make house calls!

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The Most Educated Place in Each State

Business Insider compiled this cool map that uses census data to determine the most educated place in each state. Their calculations are based on the percentage of adults over 25 with a bachelor's or higher degree.

Mental Floss readers noted some interesting details about the map, like the how many of the cities are on state borders and also how the cities seem to correlate with the most high-income parts of the states as well.

It's also interesting to see how drastically the numbers vary across the country. In North Dakota, for example, Fargo is the most educated city with 39% of adults having earned a bachelor's degree, whereas Lareda, California leads the country with an impressive 89.5%.

You can see a full-sized version of the map on Business Insider.


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Backpack for the Homeless


Image: Sherri Lucero

That's one big backpack!

After her brother Kevin died in a motorcycle accident, Sherri Lucero decided to honor his memory by starting a grassroots organization called Backpack for the Homeless.

"As my brother had a heart for the homeless," Lucero wrote on the organization's Facebook page, "it was a great way to honor his memory."

The backpack is filled with necessities - sleeping bags, clothing, shoes, and food - for those who need it the most. To date, they have given out over 1,325 backpacks.


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One Sloppy Land Surveyor Almost Caused a War Between Missouri and Iowa

Between 1816 and 1836, the border between Missouri and Iowa was surveyed several times, because the first survey was done so badly, and there were four possible borders, all slightly different. The nine-mile-wide band of disputed territory was fertile and popular with settlers. But what governing body the residents belonged to was a problem. Things came to a head in 1839 when Sheriff Uriah S. Gregory tried to collect Missouri state taxes from the farmers of the disputed territory.   

But Gregory knew he was heading into an area where he was not welcome. Missouri claimed this land all the way to the Booth line, another survey line drawn in 1836 about nine miles north, but the people who lived here considered themselves part of Iowa. The last time Gregory had crossed the Sullivan line, back in October, he had met a group of locals at a house raising, and when he had explained, carefully, that he had come to collect their taxes on behalf of the state of Missouri, they told him that it would be in his best interest—best for his personal safety—if he went back over the border.

Since then, the border conflict between Missouri and Iowa had tensed into what historians would call “the Honey War,” after some unknown Missourian went over the border and cut down three bee trees filled with honey. It was about to escalate even further.

The honey theft appears to be incidental to the real dispute over taxes. Sheriff Greggory was arrested and both sides raised a militia. Read how the confusion came about and how the Honey War ended at Atlas Obscura.

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Artist Turns Heartbreaking Breakup Texts Into Banners

Most people don't feel like partying after a breakup, and suicide is never a reason for celebration, but those who are able to move past the sadness and live to love another day find life is full of reasons to celebrate.

And even though they feel like they'll never smile again the formerly heartbroken often look back at what they thought, said and wrote during that dark time and have a good laugh about it all.

A post shared by PEYTON (@peytonfulford) on Feb 14, 2017 at 10:06am PST

Photographer Peyton Fulford takes sad submissions and creates banners from snippets of the submitted breakup texts, "It's not you, it's me" letters and the occasional unused suicide note.

She then strings the banner up in interesting locations and takes a pic, turning the words into an emotional detail in an environment devoid of life.

A post shared by PEYTON (@peytonfulford) on Dec 30, 2016 at 3:59pm PST

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After His Owner Died, Dog Walked the Same Route That He Used to Walk Every Morning


Image: William Ramos/RBS TV

This is a story of loyalty and friendship that takes place in the streets of Caçapava do Sul, Brazil. Every morning, a Japanese Akita named Thor walks the street alone along the same route that he has taken with his owner on his walk for over a decade.

When his owner Claudio Cantarelli died in 2015, Thor was so heartbroken that he stopped eating and would lie in the courtyard without moving for days. But, thanks to a loving neighbor who took him in, Thor is now doing better and has started walking the same route again.

"He [Claudio] walked every day and had his lunch. He was an artist and was everyone's friend - and now, Thor makes the same walk. I notice that the dog always stops at the same places. It's impressive," hairdresser Airton Oliveira said to RBS TV [in Portuguese].

Thor even made the same stop at the lottery office, where Claudio went almost every day. There, he waited for a while as if hoping for his owner to come out from the establishment to continue on their journey together.

Previously on Neatorama: Dog Awaits Return of His Master for 11 Years

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Where the Easter Bunny Came From

An interspecies relationship leads to a child who feels like she doesn't fit in. She can't take the bullying anymore and decides to leave it all behind. It's a common story, but well done here. Grab a hankie just in case.

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This ad is from the German supermarket chain Netto Marken-Discount, which earlier brought us the Grocery-Shopping Cats. -via Metafilter


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When Google Failed You, But You Have to Finish Writing the Menu

I have a feeling that after the writer of this Chinese menu from an unindentified Taiwanese restaurant failed to find the appropriate Google translation (but it's delicious!), he or she kind of gave up.

Ms. French fries sounds reasonable enough, but "McDonald's best friend"?

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Spinach Leaf Transformed Into Beating Human Heart Tissue

Scientists are able to grow human tissue in a laboratory, but that's far from being able to grow viable organs. One of the biggest problems is that working organs must be fed by a vascular system that carries nutrients through blood vessels, down to tiny capillaries that are hard to design, much less make. But nature may have a workaround in the form of plant cellulose.

One of the defining traits of a leaf is the branching network of thin veins that delivers water and nutrients to its cells. Now, scientists have used plant veins to replicate the way blood moves through human tissue. The work involves modifying a spinach leaf in the lab to remove its plant cells, which leaves behind a frame made of cellulose.

“Cellulose is biocompatible [and] has been used in a wide variety of regenerative medicine applications, such as cartilage tissue engineering, bone tissue engineering, and wound healing,” the authors write in their paper.

Once they had nothing left but the spinach leaf's cellulose framework, they grew living tissue over it and sent artificial blood through the veins. Read about the groundbreaking experiment at National Geographic. The results are promising.

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Turkey Breaks Up Fight Between Roosters

Roosters walk around so smug and cocksure they make the other farm animals believe they're invincible, but the turkeys know the truth about rooster pride- it's all a bunch of hot air and puffed up cape feathers.

The truth is most roosters are scared of their own shadows, and one turkey is worth ten roosters in the battle of the birds.

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Dennis Coon filmed this feathery kerfuffle to show viewers how Mr. Turkey keeps the peace and maintains his rep as the meatiest bird in the yard!

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Phonetically Defined

If you didn't speak English as a native, you'd be tempted to figure out new words by pulling them apart into smaller words you know. Then you'd be really wrong. This method wouldn't work for "placate" if you are learning British English, as they pronounce it differently. This is the latest from John Atkinson at Wrong Hands. See more of his "phonetically defined" words here. -via Nag on the Lake


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Captain Jack - Drink Up, Me Hearties, Because Jack Is Back


Captain Jack Custom Lettering by DeepFriedArt

The world has been wonderin' what ever became of that rummy rattlebones Jack Sparrow, since he was left high and dry on the dock, but that mystery is about to be solved- because Jack has resurfaced looking none the worse for wear. It seems that old scallywag got tied up in Polynesia after he tried to take off with a golden statue of the god Maui, and would have been burned at the stake had a mako man not chosen that moment to attack the tribe...

Get dressed up for adventure on the high seas with this Captain Jack Custom Lettering t-shirt by DeepFriedArt, it's the perfect way to make every day feel like a pirate's life for you!

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