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SHORT GUYS NEED LOVE TOO! - One Ridiculous Romance


SHORT GUYS NEED LOVE TOO! by OhHeyDJ

Mac is the littlest guy in the World Video Boxing Association but he has the biggest heart, and in his colorful virtual world that counts for more than mere muscles. He doesn't have the flashiest outfit, or a ridiculously cool looking finishing move, but Little Mac has the power of the controller wielding Console Overlords behind him and a smile that drives the girls wild! When he met his main squeeze Samus it was love at first sight, that is after she took off the helmet, but Mac doesn't like being the weak link in the relationship, especially when he once had to punch out Tyson...

Share your love of classic console gaming with this SHORT GUYS NEED LOVE TOO! t-shirt by OhHeyDJ, wear it and watch yourself transform into a total knockout!

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Landscapes of Finland by Mikko Lagerstedt

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Meri-Pori, Finland,
 2014

Finnish photographer Mikko Lagerstedt is more proof that "self taught" photographers can reach the same level of excellence as those with formal training. Lagerstedt's fabulous landscapes are a mixture of techniques; he sometimes uses compositing of differently timed exposures. He describes his process in detail, as well as giving tutorials, on his website.

See more of Lagerstedt's work both at his site and on 
Instagram.  I highly recommend his blog for photography enthusiasts as well. -Via Colossal

The Whole Universe Surrenders
Emäsalo, 2015


Pathway
Tuusula, Finland, 2014

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Be Careful or Suffer an Embarrassing Death

(Steve Patrick Adams)

Your family deserves better than the chuckles and whispers that will follow from an icicle death on a warm day. Find a better way, such as a fatal blogging accident or being crushed to death under your collection of My Little Pony toys.


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A Map of Every Goat in the United States

Now you know. Consider yourself warned.

According to a 2012 census by the US Department of Agriculture, there are 2,621,514 goats in the United States. Christopher Ingram of the Washington Post notes that that's more goats than the combined human populations of Wyoming, Vermont, North Dakota, and Washington, D.C.

In Sutton County, Texas, goats outnumber humans 14 to 1. And most of those goats are raised for meat. What will happen when the goats realize this?

-via The Presurfer


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Fried Rattlesnake and 9 Other Strange American Foods


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If you're preparing to visit the United States for the first time, you might want to read up on traditional American cuisine. You can probably find some burger joints scattered throughout the country to keep you fed. But to experience true American food, you should get away from the tourist areas and eat like the natives.

When on Earth has a helpful guide to 10 American foods. They are commonplace in American restaurants and supermarkets, but foreigners often think of them as strange. Try them! You'll enjoy fried rattlesnake, bull testicles, pickled pigs' feet, and akutaq, which is a Native Alaskan dessert consisting of polar bear fat, seal oil, snow, and berries. Dig in!

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How Is This Bicyclist Still Alive?

Raphael Orlove of Jalopnik proposes that this woman is the reincarnation of escape artist Harry Houdini. This dashcam footage from Taiwan shows a bicyclist crossing a street. A car hits the front of her bike. She's within a few inches of getting hit herself. But she neatly steps off the bicycle with perfect poise.


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Workplace with a Transparent Floor: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

The Norwegian design firm Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter recently renovated and occupied a Nineteeth Century villa in Oslo as its new studio. Much of the second floor consists of large sheets of glass supported by study timbers. It's similar to the vertically glass house in Shanghai in that you can easily look up and down at your co-workers.

-via Fubiz


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Real Breakfast Cooked in a Tiny, Functional Kitchen


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The Japanese toy line Konapun includes scale model kitchens that people can use to make food. In the past, the food has been fake. But the company also manufactures a stove so realistic that you can cook a proper, albeit very small, meal on it.

In this video, YouTube member AAAjoken prepares scrambled eggs, sausage, and coffee using Konapun utensils and a stove. He serves them on two plates and cups on a tiny kotatsu.

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Genius Invents Peanut Butter and Jelly Oreos

Redditor dfreshv is brilliant! Take a peanut butter Oreo, a strawberry/raspberry Oreo, remove a cookie end from each, combine what's left, and you've got a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Make a bunch of them and that's a full and reasonably healthy meal.

-via That's Nerdalicious!

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13 Secrets of Amazon Warehouse Employees

Mental Floss put together this interesting list of facts about life as an employee in the warehouses of Amazon. One aspect addressed is the metal detectors by which warehouse workers must be scanned prior to leaving the premises for lunch or at the end of the work day. 

Charlee Mided, who worked in an Amazon warehouse in Phoenix, Arizona, said there was a huge rush among the workers to get in line for the security scan, particularly at lunchtime. He elaborated,

“If you’re way over on one side of the warehouse and lunch is called, you have 30 minutes from that point to clock out, eat, and come back. You’re spending half your time waiting to be scanned out so you can be sure you’re not stealing anything. It leaves you with about 10 minutes for food.”

When it's time to clock out, there is the same hurry to get in line for the metal detectors. The minutes spent in line is time for which the employees aren't paid, according to a Supreme Court decision on the matter issued in late 2014.

Read 12 other facts about work in Amazon warehouses here.  

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Top Ten Grammar Myths



Grammar Girl and Quick and Dirty Tips author Mignon Fogarty writes this list of top ten grammar myths, which has points that might fool even the most contentious of internet grammar hawks. But there's one thing we all know: irregardless is not a word. Right? That loud buzzing sound says wrong (and so does Fogarty). She explains, 

“Irregardless” is a bad word and a word you shouldn't use, but it is a word. “Floogetyflop” isn't a word—I just made it up and you have no idea what it means. “Irregardless,” on the other hand, is in almost every dictionary labeled as nonstandard. You shouldn't use it if you want to be taken seriously, but it has gained wide enough use to qualify as a word.

Read the rest of Fogarty's top ten grammar myths here. 


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French Kissers - Forget Detroit, Paris Is The New Rock City


French Kissers by tomburns

For centuries they'd yelled "Vive la France!" before heading into battle, but when they heard the sounds made by The Demon and those face painted fret freaks from a little band called Kiss they swapped the France out for Rock 'n' Roll. Those savage rock rhythms really spoke to their fine French hearts, and they soon discovered that rock music makes the perfect soundtrack for everything from a violent revolution to a bloodless coup d'etat!

Show the world you've been a fan since way back when, wear this French Kissers t-shirt by tomburns and rock the world like a fine face painted French fop!

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Ten Lesser Known Tools Used By Ninjas

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The ninja has become such an archetypal figure in the world of pop culture that ninjafans assume they know all there is to know about the shadowy assassins in black because they've seen all the movies and read all the books.

However, most of those books and movies leave out all the real cool ways ninjas used elements in their surroundings to their advantage, and the nifty little gadgets that aided them in their stealthy pursuits.

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Need to cross a moat or pond in a hurry? Historians believe ninjas strapped pontoon like devices to their feet called Mizu Gumo (Water Spider), which folded up nicely and helped aid in their escape.

Shuriken are cool and katanas slice real nice, but there’s nothing like silently delivering a dose of poison via hairpin, or scratching your way to victory with the Neko-Te (cat’s paw) weapon used primarily by the kunoichi (female ninja).

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Want to learn more about the tools found in a real ninja’s arsenal? Check out 10 Stealthy And Dangerous Ninja Tools You Didn’t Know Existed and you'll gain a better appreciation of the ninja's crafty nature.


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Incredible Breakdancing Routine Performed With Fireworks Strapped To Their Feet

Breakdancing is a pretty flashy form of dance in its own right, but what happens when you pump up the flash factor by adding some fireworks into the mix?

You get one dangerous looking dance routine that lights up the night, a routine that only the bravest breakers would ever dare to attempt.

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Two brave breakers from Germany named LIL AMOK and BBoy Snoop proved they're down to undertake dangerous dance missions by performing with fireworks strapped to their feet.

Their mad moves look even more incredible with those colorful sparks flying off their sneakers and into the air, and the whole thing culminates in an unreal headspin finale sure to leave you all fired up!

-Via DesignTAXI


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This Racy Domino's Pizza Ad Campaign Is Fifty Shades Of Wrong

Domino’s Pizza has always taken a rather lighthearted approach to advertising (remember the Noid?) but when it comes to creating national ad campaigns it can be really easy to take humor too far.

Take this Sriracha Pizza spot Domino's wisely decided not to include in their Superbowl ad campaign:

The ad was created by advertising agency McCann Israel, and even though the pitch was never approved the image inevitably made its way online and is now causing quite a stir. Domino's reps are ardently denying they authorized use of their logo, and claim "the people responsible are being dealt with", but it sure looks like a legit pitch to me.

It’s obviously meant to cash in on the Fifty Shades Of Grey hype and add some edginess to their ads, but deciding the S&M theme was a little too NC-17 for a national ad campaign was clearly a smart choice. -Via The Daily What

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Krustywise - His Act Will Knock You Dead!


Krustywise by Brinkerhoff

Krusty lost his daytime television gig and was now looking for a new way to vent his clowny frustration and paint the town red, so he decided to change his act into one guaranteed to scare the kiddies. He changed his look to better embody that IT factor, and took the fact that he found his own appearance terrifying to be a horrific success, but when he started filing his teeth down into sharp points he knew he'd taken his terrifying new persona a bit too far!

Bring a splash of frightfully fun color to your geeky wardrobe with this Krustywise t-shirt by Brinkerhoff, it's sure to slay your fellow Krusty fans and make horror fans howl with delight!

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Ryu Hyabricka Thrones of Screams Long Live The Monarch Mega Mini

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The "Piano of the Future" Looks Like It Comes with Warp Drive

Gergely Bogányi, a Hungarian pianist, spent 10 years developing what Kelcee Griffis of My Modern Met calls "the piano of the future." It's a beautiful form, but the Bogányi piano is more than just a thing of beauty. Internally, it's a rethinking of the machine that produces sounds different from modern pianos. Marton Dunai writes for Reuters:

Nearly all 18,000 components were rethought. The two wide, curved legs double as sound deflectors. Thanks to an intricate mechanism, the strings apply minimal pressure on the sound board, made of over 20 carbon composite layers. The cast-iron frame boasts an all-new design. […]

Karoly Reisinger, CEO of the New York piano repair shop Klavierhaus, was "mesmerized" at a sound he said brought lyrical qualities back to the piano after a century of power-focused development.

"In this design you will be able to hear the 1850-1860 era qualities, lyrical, bell-like, precise – and also the modern instrument that our time is used to, which is clarity," he said.

Four-time Grammy-nominated jazz pianist Gerald Clayton felt he had played a slick new type of instrument.

"The sound almost feels as if you're in a bubble, it's so clear," he said. "It's a new sensation."

-via Inventor Spot


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Extreme Luxury Stadium Skybox Has a Built-in Sauna

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Saunas are a big deal in Finland. In fact, the word sauna is of Finnish origin. So for Finns, luxury accommodations must include a hot steambath. Skybox 408 at the Hartwall Arena in Helsinki offers guests a bar, gourmet food, and a 20-person sauna.

Guests can strip down and watch hockey from the privacy of one-way glass windows. Renting it costs €2,500 per night, which is about $2,822 USD.


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Kansas Farmer Makes Art by Herding His Cattle

Derek Klingenberg is a farmer and YouTube celebrity in Kansas. When we last saw him, he was summoning his cattle by playing Lorde's "Royals" on a trombone. But Klingenberg is a Renaissance man--he's not limited to one form of art. He knows both music and the visual arts. He demonstrates his talent for the latter by herding his cattle in such a way that they form a smiley face. An aerial drone captured his impressive craftsmanship.


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Mutant Pirate - He's Jolly But His Name Ain't Roger


Mutant Pirate by Andriu

With a yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum a pirate will drunkenly saunter their way into your port town and cause trouble, but Logan isn't some eyepatch sportin' swabbie with a peg leg. He's a new kind of pirate, a freaky fellow who has no need of societal norms, and when he shows up in town folks know things are about to get dicey. They call him Wolverine for a reason- he's short tempered, savage, and loves tearing into people with his mighty sharp claws. Those swashbucklers can have their sabers and wenches, all Logan needs to have a good time are a snick snick and a bloodthirsty smile...

Slice through the forces of boring fashion, bring home this Mutant Pirate t-shirt by Andriu and you'll see how Jolly your fellow X-fans can be!

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The Traditional Carved Wood Guitars of Japan are Incredibly Beautiful

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The Inami style of wood carving dates back to Eighteenth Century Japan. The master craftsmen there make the finest sculptures and other implements rendered in wood. In addition to more traditional uses for their craft, the artisans also make bodies for electric guitars. They are breathtakingly beautiful, especially the guitar bodies shaped like dragons. You can view more of them at Rocket News 24.


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Watching TV, Then and Now

I grew up watching television—really more than I should have. Back then, to watch a new episode, you had to wait until it aired the next week. If you missed it because you had other plans . . . well, too bad. You missed it.

Now, it’s normal to watch an entire season of a show and only that show for a while. The television watching experience is very different. Tony Wilson of Dorkly summarized it in 5 cartoons. You can view the rest here.


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The Best Hotel Concierge Ever Gives a Guest Nick Cage Pictures

At a fancy hotel like the Hotel Indigo along San Antonio’s Riverwalk, the concierge staff is there to ensure that your special (but legal) needs are tended to. Imgur member FreePsychicReadings decided to put them to the test. She asked a concierge to place on her bed a framed photo of actor Nicholas Cage as he appeared in the movie Con Air.

Ramon the concierge was prompt, efficient, and accurate.

But the test wasn’t over. The guest wanted more Nicholas Cage pictures—and specific ones—placed in particular areas of her room. You can view more photos and screenshots from their exchange here.

-via 22 Words


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Women’s Ideal Body Types throughout History

What does it mean to be a beautiful woman? This is a subjective question. The answer varies from culture to culture. BuzzFeed offers this video highlighting feminine beauty standards in different countries and periods of history, including ancient Egypt, China during the Han Dynasty, Victorian Britain, and 1960s America.


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Neon Lit Jurassic Park and Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailers

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Digital illustrator Neonardo made these killer videos reimagining the trailers of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Jurassic Park with neon lights. The result is fantastic. See more of Neonardo's projects on his Tumblr and follow him on social media via Twitter.

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Upcoming Movies of 2015, Simplified to Icons



This movie poster created by Silenzio is a collection of icons representing 35 movies to be released in 2015. Some are easy to guess, some not so much. See how many you can decipher. Check out this Facebook post in order to see some of the answers. -Via Gizmodo 


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The Cubitat: Necessities of Living, Fit Inside a Cube



Cubitat is a 10 x 10 x 10 cube that features a kitchen, bathroom, bed, laundry and storage. Presented at Toronto’s Interior Design Show recently, the Cubitat is the concept of Urban Capital developers David Wex and Mark Reeve and designer Luca Nichetto. Once the cube makes it past the prototype phase, the developers plan to make it available for customization and purchase online.

The developers call Cubitat a a “plug and play” living space, in that it's fully functioning when hooked up to plumbing and power. 

See additional photos and learn more about Cubitat's features and limitations here.  



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Beware Of Dogs Pretending To Be Human

Dogs have been man's best friend ever since a poem in the New York Literary Journal coined the term back in 1821, but they're best friend in title only and tired of being treated like second class mammals.

The way dogs see it if they can do what humans do then their ranking in the mammalian pecking order is guaranteed to go up. However, dogs acting like humans may sound like fun, but as these images will show it could mean the beginning of the end for both felines and mankind!

It all started back in those black and white toned days of yore, when some lazy nanny decided to let the family dog take over for the afternoon

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Dogs soon discovered that if they could perform those menial tasks that humans hate they'd soon be offered a job

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Jobs would lead to social status and an income, and humans would begin to entrust them with more responsibility in society

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So dogs taught themselves how to drive to work every morning just like a human

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Salvation Lies Through The Songbird - Heed The Call


Salvation Lies Through The Songbird by Barrett Biggers

Columbia soars through the skies on wings of freedom and patriotism, but if anyone tries to sow the seeds of dissention on that city-ship in the sky there's an even more high flying force there to stop them- the Songbird. He doesn't sing a pleasant song, nor does he have beautiful feathers for folks to admire as he soars through the sky, but he does have terrible claws with which to rend flesh from bone and the force of Comstock's Founders behind him.

Sport this Salvation Lies Through The Songbird t-shirt by Barrett Biggers around town and shock your fellow fans with this awesomely artistic design!

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San Francisco Zoo Has Just the Thing For Spurned Lovers on Valentine's Day



The San Francisco Zoo is running what they call a Valentine's Day special: the adoption of a Madagascar hissing cockroach or a giant hairy scorpion. Why? To honor your ex, of course.

A zoo donation of $25 will not only aid conservation efforts for the species you select, but it also pays for an adoption certificate with the name of your ex on it, along with a small plush scorpion or several plastic cockroaches in "a cute little red box." Just the thing for sending to your former love interest cum creepy crawler! The zoo's website describes the scorpion adoption as follows, 

"So the latest affair didn't work out and given your ex's record-breaking ability to move on, you suspect foul play. Well, nothing soothes the sting like the adoption of a giant hairy scorpion in honor of your former beloved. It's no surprise, these invertebrates are aggressive, active, and alarmingly nocturnal. Much like your low-life ex, they are usually found in and around low-elevation valleys where they dig elaborate burrows or "caves." Also just like you-know-who, when a suitable victim wanders by, the scorpion grabs the doomed creature with its pinchers and stings the prey. After the prey is immobilized, the scorpion tears the carcass apart with its pinchers and begins feeding. Charming... We can't make any promises, but urban legend says that the gift of a scorpion adoption serves as permanent protection against future romantic stings. Let the healing begin."

The cockroach copy is scarily similar. Adopt-a-roach, see additional pictures and more at the San Francisco Zoo website.

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