This Psychedelic Sex Ed Video Plays Out Like A Bad Acid Trip

Kids totally trip out when their parents try to teach them about sex, so parents often look for an alternate way to introduce their kids to intercourse.

These scaredy-cat parents love to use eductional books or videos to show their kids the ropes, and sex ed videos don't come much more “alternate” than this bizarre sex ed web series from France called “Baby! Love Your Body!”.

Aside from one NSFW word that rhymes with runt (which apparently isn't a bad word in France) this video is actually made for kids- really, really strange kids who hang out with drag queens and dress like Punky Brewster.

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“Baby! Love Your Body!” doesn't really explain sexual reproduction or the ins and outs of intercourse.

But the art collective behind the video The School Of No Big Deal aren't educators- they're just a bunch of good time guys and gals discussing sex in the strangest way possible.

-Via Dangerous Minds


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Jabba the Hutt Apple Turnovers

The sarlacc preferred to eat Jabba the Hutt raw. But Hutt flesh is a bit too tough for my taste, so I pefer this solution devised by Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin. She first created a paper stencil, which she used to create the outline. Then she created a bottom layer, added apple pieces, then the top. She cut and added Jabba's facial and body features, using egg white as a glue to hold them together. You can see more photos of these turnovers at Bored Panda.

-via Foodiggity


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Alanis Morissette Updates Her Hit Song "Isn't It Ironic?" For The Digital Age

Isn't it ironic that Alanis Morissette's hit song "Isn't It Ironic?" isn't actually about irony at all, but rather coincidence or happenstance? I guess "Isn't It Happenstance?" didn't have the same ring to it.

Twenty years ago "Isn't It Ironic?" made Miss Morissette a household name, and nowadays she has a pretty good sense of humor about the silly pop song that earned her millions of fans.

But a lot has happened in the last twenty years, so when Alanis needed lyrics for an updated version of her song she turned to James Corden for help encapsulating the ironies of the modern age.

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An old friend sends you a Facebook request
You only find out they’re racist after you accept

I definitely relate to these updated lyrics!

-Via GOOD


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CEO Snoozes At The Office, Employees Work Overtime Photoshopping Him

Folks, you've gotta learn from the mistakes of others in this internet heavy age, and one of the lessons we've learned is don't fall asleep at work or your fellow employees will Photoshop you.

Now it seems like this rule shouldn't apply to the company CEO, because employees who mess with the boss will soon find themselves without a job or a reference.

But it appears some CEOs are actually cool enough to handle some digital degredation, as long as the employees use the company's own app to mess with their image.

Zeev Farbman, CEO of software company Lightricks, was in his office catching a few z's between meetings when someone snapped a pic of him snoozing.

Seeing the opportunity to "test" their image manipulation app Enlight and poke fun at the boss at the same time, the employees set about "Enlightening" the pic in glorious ways.

Next thing you know Zeev was posing for portrait artists, dancing with the Bolshoi and starting a new life as an overpriced Shake Weight. How cool is that?!

See more from This Company's CEO Fell Asleep At The Office And Karma Is A B*tch here


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The True Origin Of Cthulhu

Most fans believe H.P. Lovecraft drew inspiration for the Cthulhu mythos from a variety of sources- Science fiction and mythological beings as the physical inspiration for the creatures, cosmic indifferentism and nihilism as the philosophical influence behind the stories, and horror the plot vehicle that drives the terror home.

Whelp, looks like we were wrong! Thanks for setting us straight Ethan Vincent of Oppressive Silence!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy 


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Spectacular Retro Pin-Up Style Artwork By Valery Barykin

Russian artists seem to be coming out of the woodwork online lately, but the difference between the Russian art boom and others is most of the stuff they're posting online is really good.

Whether digital, traditional or experimental, the new wave of Russian artists love to pay homage to their sources of inspiration while pushing their chosen medium forward.

If you're a fan of classic pin-up art, retro advertising or old school Rockwell style realism you'll adore the cool and colorful artwork that springs from the mind of Valery Barykin.

Valery's wonderful illustrations are a bit naughty at times but never too risqué, manage to contain modern devices and such without losing their classic appeal, and the colors and contours are always easy on the eyes.


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Timothy Olyphant's Masterclass On Stage Vs. Screen Acting

To say an actor is an actor no matter which stage they're on is discounting the different set of skills needed to act on a stage rather than on a set.

Stage actors must emote, project their voices and move about the space so the audience can see what they're supposed to on stage, and they don't have a hundred takes to get it right.

Get the difference? If not, consult this clip from Conan where screen actor/master thespian Timothy Olyphant demonstrates the different in a most peculiar way. (Barely NSFW due to language)

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I'll never think of the phrase "pan out" the same way ever again!

-Via GeekTyrant


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Manga Author's Coffin Decorated with Drawings of His Characters

Tomohiro Matsu, a prominent manga author, died on May 2. There was an outpouring of grief by those who knew him, especially those who worked with Matsu on his manga projects, many of which were adapted into animes.

Recently, his family conducted a kokubetsushiki, which is a viewing. People can visit his coffin and say goodbye before the deceased is cremated. Many artists who worked with Matsu took the opportunity to draw on the coffin images of the characters that he created and to write farewell messages.

Hiroshi Aizawa, an illustrator, took photos of the results and commented, "he wanted his send-off to be like a fun festival." It worked! You can see more pictures of the coffin at Rocket News 24.


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7 Ways Relationships Change When They Go From New To Long-Term

Being in a new relationship can make you feel like you're walking on eggshells, as you try not to move too fast or make too much noise and scare off your potential partner.

But once you reach the comfort zone and settle in for a long term relationship you find that all those pieces of shell stuck in your feet were worth all the frustration and fear.

Now you're free to be your real self, with lots of free time on your hands since you no longer have to worry about bathing or getting all dolled up.

Comic artist Sarah C. Andersen visually explores the changes we undergo when we've finally suckered someone into being in a long-term relationship with us, scan the strips and smile.

See 7 Ways Relationships Change Over Time here


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Michael MacRae Tells Dark And Fantastic Tales With His Artwork

Artists who choose to infuse their works with genre specific imagery tend to get stuck in one style of art, such as horror or science fiction, but painter Michael MacRae is different.

His mind is full of stories that he prefers to tell with his paintings, and those stories, while often dark and full of fantastic imagery, can't be constrained to a particular genre.

Michael's paintings invite us to stay a while and figure out what's going on in each scene, and as we invent answers we write our own version of Michael's dark fantasy tales in our minds.

See The Voice Of The Night: The Terrifying And Dark Fantasy Art Of Michael MacRae here


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All The Cards You'll Encounter At A Baseball Game

When you head to a baseball game this summer and fall you're going to see all kinds of peanuts and cracker jacks in the stands who'll make you feel like you've unwittingly joined the cast of the Major League reboot.

If you encounter the Overzealous Wave-Starter you should shield your eyes, because she might jump up at any time and you may get slapped. But at least she's not wasted and annoying like Mr. Just Here For The Beer.

Illustrator Kevin Valente has done a great job of capturing the spirit of baseball season by giving us the vital stats on all the fans we'll have to contend with in the stands, like these for old man I Remember When:

Stats:
Times per inning he calls the umpire a “bum”: 7
Fond memories per game: 14
Stories about the past: 21
Stories that start with “In my day…”: 19
Percentage of those stories you’ve already heard before: 95%

See Baseball Cards For Every Type Of Fan here


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Chris Evans Is Caught Staring At Boobs, Gets Heroically Photoshopped

Chris Evans has proven he's a good guy by giving to charity, making himself to available to fans at conventions and on social media, and making videos for sick fans to show his support.

But Chris is also a warm blooded male, and his love of the ladies is no secret, so when he is presented with a chance to peek at cleavage he takes it.

Only Chris's peek was a full blown stare captured in a photo that made it online, where it was instantly subject to digital modification by the Photoshop gods, who deemed his stare hilarious.

He tried to justify his stare by claiming he saw a chestburster about to emerge and kill them all.

But his fellow Marvel movie stars weren't buying his story, and they weren't too happy about his lascivious conduct either.

And then Travolta came along and made the whole situation even more awkward, which just happens to be the superpower he was granted by the Church of Scientology.

See Hilarious Photoshops Of Chris Evans Caught Staring At Boobs here


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Iron Man Movie Kills

How many people has Iron Man killed in the the six movies he’s appeared in so far? We don’t know, because this supercut from Mr. Sunday Movies only covers the first five. But it’s a lot.

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The count on the right is humans; robot kills are on the left. This video contains clips from Iron Man, Iron Man 2, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, and Avengers: Age of Ultron. The kill count from Captain America: Civil War will have to come from someone who’s seen it. -via Gamma Squad


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Celebrity Pranks That Ended In Disaster

George Clooney is famous among the famous for his pranks, and cardboard cutout of a human Ashton Kutcher is such a prankster he had his own prank show called Punk'd, but Clooney's pranks don't end in physical assault.

Punk'd, on the other hand, featured a segment where Donald Faison pranked his Scrubs co-star Zach Braff by making him believe his brand new Porsche had been tagged on by a group of teen ne'er-do-wells.

Donald clearly wasn't aware of Zach's anger issues, nor could he have known Zach would chase down and beat the crap out of a 12-year-old, which they was edited out of the episode because "you're not supposed to punch people on Punk'd".

And speaking of pranks pushing an actor to their limit- Leonardo DiCaprio seems to think beating the crap out of his fellow actors is a funny prank, but Wolf Of Wall Street co-star Jonah Hill isn't a fan of the rough stuff, so he decided to teach Leo a lesson.

Jonah's improv skills gave him the perfect opportunity to prank while filming a scene where he and Leo are eating sushi- the script called for Jonah to eat the last piece but he thought fast and had Leo eat it instead.

The scene was reshot about 70 more times to get the version we saw in the film, which meant Leo had to eat 70 pieces of sushi in one day, leaving him with one hell of a gut ache much to Hill's (and Scorsese's) delight.

Read 7 Celebrity Pranks That Backfired Horrifically here


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Eye-Pleasing 3D Animated Visualization Of A Kung Fu Master's Fluid Movements

Some martial arts are all about striking power, defending against attacks and other similarly martial matters, but Kung Fu has always been about both fighting ability and grace.

The basic patterns learned by practitioners of kung fu teach fluid motion, strong yet graceful movement and body positioning for striking and defending, all while looking like a deadly cool dance.

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German artist Tobias Gremmler has brought the concept of fluid motion to life with a little help from 3D animation software, revealing the invisible ripples a kung fu master creates in the air during their routine.

-Via Laughing Squid


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Stormtrooper S'more

To celebrate Star Wars Day (that's May 4) Chef Marc Marrone of the Arlington Club in New York City made this giant s'more shaped like a stormtrooper's helmet. This particular trooper has taken a beating, but that's necessary to make him tender and gooey inside.

Marrone doesn't explain how he got a helmet-shaped marshmallow. I'm curious about whether there is a mold or if he sculpted it this way himself.

-via Thrillist


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Legends And Lore From Ninja History

Ninjas are shady characters full of secrets, and their history is likewise shrouded in mystery to keep outsiders from learning of their ways and ruining all their ninja fun.

But the ninjas we see in pop culture are mutant animals, blonde Americans, and a funny fat guy in Beverly Hills, a far cry from the real shadowy assassins of yore.

Pop culture has been faithful to ninja history in a few ways, namely the fact that there were female ninjas we now call Kunoichi and that ninjas were every bit as honorable as samurai.

The ninja's significance in Japanese history has been overshadowed by the samurai, but if they weren't as important as samurai why did Japanese Lords Hideyoshi Toyotomi and Oda Nobunaga try to kill them all off in the late 16th century?

Ninja warriors were also involved in castle sieges, sometimes using a fun ferris wheel-esque device called a Yagura to quickly launch over the wall and "jump into the fortified position".

But when they preferred a silent but deadly approach ninjas used hooked spears to slip into a castle in the dead of night, as they did in 1562 when Tokugawa Ieyasu hired a team of 80 ninjas to capture Castle Kaminojo and rescue Tokugawa's family.

Read 10 Surprises And Hardcore Legends Concealed In Ninja History here


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A 61-Year-Old Mom Takes Magic Mushrooms For The First Time

Taking psychedelic drugs was an integral part of Hippie life back in the 60s and 70s, but not everyone who lived through that experimental era took drugs and tripped out.

Some self described “close minded” people didn't dare mess with their minds by taking drugs when they were younger, but as they grow older they start to wonder what they were missing.

So when a clinical yet caring son found out his 61-year-old mom was open to eating Psilocybin 'shrooms he decided to give her a safe (1 gram) dose and record the experience on video, strictly for the sake of research, of course.

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I'm surprised she experienced such strong effects considering how small a dose she took, but at least she had fun with this freaky little experiment!

-Via Dangerous Minds


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Dying Car Alarm Lays Down A Funky Beat

Most automobile madness has something to do with the electrical system, as dying batteries cause cars to do all sorts of strange things, and apparently dying car alarms create funky beats.

A musician named Guamu was walking by a car one day when he heard its dying car alarm laying down a funky beat, which inspired him to

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Hopefully Guamu will share any profits he makes from the song with that poor sick car so it can afford to buy a new battery.

-Via Laughing Squid


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Anime Recommendations and Open Thread

(One-Punch Hero t-shirt on sale at the NeatoShop)

Every few months, I write about good anime series that I've seen and ask you for your recommendations. My last such post was only two months ago, but there has been so much excellent new anime this spring season that I have no fewer than six exciting shows to tell you about.

It hasn't gotten a lot of attention from fans this season, but I think that Kuromukuro is a sleeper hit. It's a fast-paced action series with charming characters and engaging dialogue. Kuromukuro tells the story of a 450-year old samurai who awakens from suspended animation. He's confused about the modern world of 21st Century Japan, but he instantly recognizes the aliens who invade the Earth. They're the "demons" that wiped out his clan long ago.

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6 Hit Songs Written By Prince

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The amazing music Prince the recording artist shared with the world will live on forever, and whenever we hear doves cry or see purple rain falling we will think of the mega-talented Prince Rogers Nelson.

Prince played at least 27 different instruments, danced like a funky angel, and gave us his innovative blend of rock and funk so we can boogie our raspberry berets off without shame.

But he was also an incredibly gifted songwriter, who wrote a bunch of hit songs for other artists, including "Nothing Compares 2 U" for Sinead O'Connor.

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Prince didn't like the foul language used by Sinead during press conferences, so the two butted heads and actually had what she described as a "punch up", which somehow seems like a fair match.

Madonna was another fair match for Prince, and shortly after the two dated Prince wrote the song "Love Song" which they recorded together for Like A Prayer in 1988.

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And even though Prince didn't get any love when he recorded "I Feel For You" for his first album back in 79 he would later earn a Grammy for the song when Chaka Khan made it a huge hit in 1984.

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So even if you didn't like the songs he recorded himself chances are there's a hit song out there with Prince's name on it that you do like.

Read 6 Big Songs You May Not Have Known Prince Wrote here


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Uplifting Comic Story Arcs That Will Restore Your Faith In Metahumanity

Comic books used to tell uplifting stories written to teach a moral lesson, but the anti-hero trend came along in the 1970s and changed the world where superheroes live into a much darker place.

The morals were replaced by vigilante justice and dark vengeance, and the upright heroes from the old school started looking a bit hokey compared to those brooding bad boys and girls.

But morality, justice and hope will always have a place in comic books, and sometimes it's nice to see superstars like Deadpool, Harley Quinn and Spider-Man trading the sarcasm for some serious heartfelt expression.

Deadpool teaches a kid named Evan, who is the mutant god Apocalypse reborn, to be okay with his dark heritage, Harley frees herself from the Joker's grasp once and for all, and Spider-Man says goodbye to a young fan with terminal cancer.

These are the tales that amaze us with their emotional depth and astound us with their impact on our non-fictional lives, the story arcs that are nice to read in-between epic battle scenes.

Read 5 Inspiring Superhero Comics To Restore Your Faith In Humanity here


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The Best Unintentional Cosplay From The 2016 Met Gala

When celebs get all dressed up for a high profile function they usually get some famous fashion designer to choose their wardrobe for them, so they show up looking tres chic and totally cool at the big event.

This system usually works out well for both parties, as the designers get free promotion and the stars get free cutting edge fashion styling, but this system also leaves the celebs at a designer's mercy.

Celebs like Nikki Minaj, Zayn Malik and Solange Bowles showed up to the Met Gala 2016 dressed in designer fashion that really made them stand out, never knowing the designers were secretly turning them all into cosplayers. Well played, fashion elite!

See The Best Unintentional Cosplays From The 2016 Met Gala here


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Dad Dressed as Darth Vader Wakes up Son


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Rob Lopez began getting his 2-year old son Sebastian ready for Star Wars Day last Friday (it's a holiday that requires a lot of prep work). Lopez woke up the boy while dressed as Darth Vader and menacing him with a lightsaber.

Sebastian, a fine padawan, responded with admirable courage. At 1:43, he demonstrates that he knows exactly what he should do if Darth Vader visits him.

My favorite part of the video is when Lopez thoughtfully gets his wife's written permission to play this prank on their toddler. He's smart!

-via Tastefully Offensive


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The Secret To Writing A Good Star Wars Script, According To West End Games

Even though a few impossible to satisfy detractors disliked Star Wars Episode VII most audiences loved returning to their beloved Star Wars universe, and saw no real problem with the writing.

So what was the deal with the prequels?

Apparently George Lucas didn't follow the style guide released by Lucasfilm in 1994, but the folks at West End Games read it closely while creating the finest Star Wars RPG to date.

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This extensive style guide was meant to give the West End Games team some parameters for what lore could be included in the game and some guidance on how to approach a Star Wars storyline.

Lucasfilm Creative Executive (and former West End Games writer) Pablo Hidalgo has been tweeting out snippets from the style guide to show us how intense writing licensed Star Wars projects used to be, before Lucas threw it out the window for the prequels.

Reading it is like seeing into alternate Star Wars dimensions that could have landed on the big screen and getting some sound advice on crafting a franchise specific storyline at the same time.

Read The Secrets Of Writing Good Star Wars According To West End Games here


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Luke Gets a Lightsaber

It never occurred to me as a teenager, but watching the original Star Wars movie again with my own kids, I thought of this exact scene. It must be the mother in me that thought, “Careful, you’ll put your eye out …or something!” Considering what an immature, impulsive kid Luke was, it could have very well all ended before it started, just this way. It’s the latest comic from Jim Benton. -via Geeks Are Sexy


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Han Shot First

It’s part of Star Wars lore that “Han shot first,” referring to the scene where we first met Han Solo. He gets into an altercation with a Rodian bounty hunter named Greedo and shoots him. We all know now that George Lucas was making up the story arc of the original trilogy as he went along, so later when Solo emerged as a fan favorite and Princess Leia’s love interest, he remastered the scene to show that Greedo shot first -and missed, so that Solo only killed Greedo in self-defense. Star Wars fans who were born after the remastered home video version came out never saw the scene as it was shown in theaters in 1977. The revision was to make Solo a more ethical hero, but the change angered fans who adored Solo even with a murderous streak. Today, the New York Daily News has an interview with Paul Blake, the actor who played Greedo. He confirms what we’ve been telling younger fans. 

"Of course, in it said it all in the original script, we played in the scene in English and at the end of the scene, it reads, 'Han shoots the alien.' " Blake told the Daily News. "It's all it says and that's what happened. It was very painful."

Besides, having Greedo fire first and miss from across a table, as has been the case after the original release, is sort of embarrassing.

"He was a bit inept wasn't he?" quips Blake. "He's a worse shot than a Stormtrooper. I don't think Jabba had him under a pension plan let's put it that way.

Blake would like to see the scene eventually restored to its original version. He also tells us how he got the role. Dying early meant it was short-lived, but the retcon gave him a place in history. -via Uproxx 

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Happy Star Wars Day from Daisy Ridley

May the fourth be with you! Daisy Ridley takes the opportunity of Star Wars Day to plug Star Wars: Force for Change, the official Star Wars charity that supports children’s programs all over the world.

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The current promotion is a raffle for a trip to Skellig Michael, where the final scene of The Force Awakens was filmed. You can donate and enter here. I can’t think of a better way to recognize Star Wars Day than to join in the challenge. -via Uproxx


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Wild Photos From Inside Walt Disney World's Abandoned Water Park

When Disney theme parks do well they show their success by improving the park and building new attractions, but when a Disney park fails it fails spectacularly and leaves the colorful corpse to prove it.

Wanna see a dead Disney park?

Check out these wild photos taken by Seph Lawless inside the remains of River Country at Walt Disney World, the first Disney water park.

River Country opened back in 1976 and quickly became a popular part of the Walt Disney World experience, but by 2001 low attendance forced closure, and by 2005 the park was completely abandoned.

Seph honored the 40th anniversary of River Country's opening with his spooky photo series, sharing these thoughts on why he chose the theme park for his shoot:

“Along with Discovery Island, it is one of only two Disney parks in Disney's history to ever close permanently,” says Lawless “Both of the parks were left to slowly decay and to succumb to Mother Nature, leaving behind a beautiful apocalyptic landscape.”

See 20 Haunting Photos Of Disney's Abandoned Water Park at mental_floss


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It’s For Your Own Good

These cats are playing out a scene happening all over. Children need fresh air and room to stretch their imaginations. But more importantly, parents need them out of their hair. Being your own bad example requires privacy. This comic is the latest from The GaMERCat. -via Geeks Are Sexy


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