Excuse me, sir, but that toddler is in prime condition--a real bargain. And she'll look supremely adorable in this dress that Etsy seller Seamingly Prudence made for the recent Star Wars Celebration Convention.
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Gilles Mariette, a Nineteenth Century Belgian gunmaker, designed pepperbox pistols. Working from the principle that you can never have too much ammunition, he designed handguns with increasingly large numbers of barrels. This double action percussion cap model contained 18, but Mariette appears to have gone as high as 24.
How many colors are there? A lot, as this atlas by Tauba Aurebach illustrates:
american artist tauba auerbach presents the 8 x 8 x 8-inch hard-back cubes illustrating the RGB color scheme in a page-by-page medium. a digital offset print on paper with airbrushed cloth cover and book edges create a colorful reference volume of all the colors in existence.
It must be a delight to hang out in the kitchen belonging to Jill of Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons. Every week, there's a new wonder to consume. Most recently, she made cupcake cones shaped like four monsters. From left to right: the Bride of Frankenstein's monster, Frankenstein's monster, the Wolfman and Dracula.
This unusual weapon was designed by Isaiah Jennings of New York in 1821. Unlike most rifles of the time, the user didn't have to reload after each shot:
The multi-shot rifle illustrated takes twelve individual, superposed loads of powder and ball, one on top of each other, and is fitted with twelve individual touchholes, each with a swivel cover which also act to position and align the lock as it slides from its forward position towards the rear to align the shots in reverse order.
Rainbow Dash and Big Macintosh? Never in a million years would I have thought those two would get together. Now Big Mac and Fluttershy--that I can see.
Well, I hope the couple is happy together. This cake topper by Diana K. Torres will certainly contribute to a grand wedding.
Wound Man, as he is known among the archivists at the Wellcome Library, has had a hard life. His superpower is apparently getting wounded in many, many different ways. But this medieval manuscript illustration of him was useful for training doctors. Just don't touch the sides of his wounds with your tweezers.
There are only 21 Lamborghini Reventóns in the world and each costs about $1.6 million. That was beyond the price range of Wang Jian of Jiangsu province, China. So he took an old Nissan van, a Volkswagen sedan and sheet metal and built a slightly low-end replica.
Yup. I got Elmo back in '05 on the second day of Muppet season. A single .30-30 round from about 80 yards.
Well, no. I can't claim credit. The wife of redditor Wizzer2801 has been making macabre crafts with classic cartoon creations, including a Kermit dissection kit and an Abominable Snow Man rug.
A thoughtful young lady acquired these tattoos to remember her late parents:
I got these a couple months ago for my parents who passed away when I was in high school. Its exact copies of their handwriting from birthday cards. I absolutely love them
Link -Thanks, wifey!
Given the right noodles and enough time, Sergey Pakhomov can build anything out of pasta:
Sergey made his first pasta car five years ago. "It all started with my work on an advertising campaign for a macaroni making factory. The campaign developed into a hobby," he said. It took the man three years to build his pasta town.
Got geeky chickens? This coop, inspired by traditional Hobbit architecture, is the proper home for them:
Collecting eggs is as easy as convincing Hobbits to partake in Second Breakfast, with convenient outdoor access via the external hinged lid of the next box. These latch via hook and eye to provide security against invaders like raccoons--if a group of Oliphaunt war-beasts shows up, however, you may wish to call upon your contacts within the Rohirrim for further assistance.
P.S. Just curious: what do Hobbits taste like?
It's so simple that even I could make it! Except that, I gather, you have to Instagram it before eating and I don't have the Instagram app.
What? No, the party took place in Darwin, Austraila. It wasn't a Darwin Award-themed party. Although Alex Bowden, pictured above, did his best to win one:
The drunken antics unfolded during a party at a house on Rossiter St, Rapid Creek.
Mr Bowden, a fitter and turner, could not be reached for comment yesterday.
From his hospital bed last month, he told the NT News the lads were up from Queensland and he wanted to show them a Territory good time.
Why do these bloody toes taste so good? Because they're actually cookies! Natasha Collins made these cookies as well as severed ear cakepops. Good news, couples: she also does wedding cakes!
Keita Takahashi, the inventor of Katamari Damacy, had a brilliant idea. New York's Museum of Art and Design made it happen. They filled an entire room--walls and ceiling--with a playable Ms. Pac-Man game. You can watch gameplay at the link.
Let's play a game of word association. Ready? Okay.
You're thinking about grenades, right? Taiwanese artist Tu Wei-Chang understands. That's why he made chocolate versions of military-grade weaponry for an installation called Happy Valentine's Day.
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