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Some Of The Most Distracting Extras In Movie History

Movie extras mill about in the background of our favorite TV shows and movies, paid to act like regular folks doing regular stuff while the main actors deliver their performances.

But hiring regular folks to be movie extras can pose a problem if they're not coached on the concept of blending in, like the crazy "businessman" who tries to steal the spotlight in this clip from Ghostbusters.

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It can be just as hard to make a kid understand how their fidgeting, or in the case of North By Northwest preemptive ear plugging, may detract from a scene's sense of drama when they're visible behind the actors.

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Child extras can also get hurt if the actors aren't careful, which the "Candy Man" almost learned the hard way in this scene from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Watch as the blonde girl in the bottom right corner of the screen narrowly dodges the counter, and a broken jaw, like a little ninja:

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See 12 of the Most Distracting Extras in Movie History here


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A Collection Of Silly Doctor Who Comics To Make Your Spirits Bright

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For most Whovians the holiday season has been associated with Doctor Who ever since they watched their first Christmas special, and now we have a present from The Doctor to look forward to at the end of every year.

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But if you're tired of waiting for The Doctor to come back on the airwaves, or you're looking for a sure-fire way to keep your sci-fi lovin' spirits bright during the holidays, then look no further!

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These Doctor Who comics are warm and witty, strange and silly and full of references only fans of the show will know, and they won't bust your holiday budget because webcomics are free! Allons-Y!

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Read 10 Silly Doctor Who Comics To Warm Your Heart here

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A Map Featuring Every Country's Tourism Slogan

Catchy slogans are the advertising world's bread and butter, and they're often able to sell a campaign to a client simply based on the clever catchphrase or slogan they create for the ads. But do slogans really work?

Maybe when you're walking down a store aisle trying to choose between two brands, but it's safe to say nobody's packing their bags and taking a trip somewhere based on the destination's tourism slogan.

And yet every country thinks it needs a tourism slogan nowadays, because people clearly won't visit The Bahamas until they hear "Life is grand" there, and people will only go to New Zealand if they know it's "100% pure"

British travel site FamilyBreakFinder put together this massive world map featuring every country's tourism slogan, in case you're curious about how countries advertise themselves to tourists:

From the straightforward (‘Travel in Slovakia – good idea’) to the dramatic (‘Colombia is magical realism’) these slogans are an insight into the ways tourism departments in countries across the world sell their countries to visitors. There are 9 exclamations used (Lithuania’s previous slogan used three with ‘See it! Feel it! Love it!’ but is now ‘Real is beautiful’) and the most popular word used is ‘Beautiful’ which appears six times.

See the full sized map here

-Via Laughing Squid


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Renovating A Nearly 200-Year-Old Home In Mississippi

There are very few homes left in America that are over 150 years old, so any time someone buys a really old home they face many decisions about renovation.

Is the house going to be able to be brought up to code? Could the home be considered historic and therefore worthy of preserving at all costs? Or is the whole thing just waiting to be torn down so the lot can be used for a new build?

These were the dilemmas faced by Maria and Mac Thomas when they bought a house in Fayette, Mississippi that was built in 1825, an historic plantation home known as Laurietta.

From the outside the house looked like a total tear down, but inside they found Laurietta was a solid structure, so they decided to go with a gut renovation instead of destruction.

Three years and lots of hard work later they were able to transform that dilapidated old house into a thing of beauty once again.

See Renovating A Historic Home In Mississippi here


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How To Deal With Grammar Nazis

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Grammar Nazis have been lurking around society since the very beginning, commenting on our misspellings and supposed grammatical errors just so they can feel good about themselves.

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These strict adherents to the Book of Grammar can't pass up a chance to put someone in their place for misspelling a word or using punctuation incorrectly, which helps Grammar Nazis avoid dealing with their real problem- they're jerks.

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Luckily, Grammar Nazis are also easily distracted, so if you throw some linguistic bait out they will come- and they will nitpick until they find a flea-sized error to turn into an elephant.

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Once you've trapped a Grammar Nazi you should lay into them with a barrage of intentionally bad grammar, which will tear them up from the brain down.

The Grammar Nazi will soon be susceptible to reprogramming, so they can be taught to generate self-esteem naturally instead of via needless correction...either that or their head will explode!

It's a win-win if you ask me...

(Via Cyanide and Happiness)


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Marvel Movie Scenes That Were Way More Disturbing In The Comics

Marvel movies have reached a point of complexity with their interwoven plot lines that the comics are actually being adjusted to fit the movie lore instead of vice versa.

But there's one element that had to be changed so the movie adaptations could receive a PG-13 rating- the brutal and disturbing scenes found in the comics.

These family friendly movies rely on audiences having a great feeling about the heroes and a really bad feeling about the villains, but in the comics the line between good and bad gets a bit blurry.

Hank Pym, the original Ant-Man, has a history of domestic violence against Janet Pym, aka Wasp. Mutant siblings Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch are so close they once carried on an incestuous relationship.

Oh, and that tame spin put on the beginning of the Civil War in the third Captain America movie?

That was way too family friendly when compared to how it happened in the comics- it all started when a villain named Nitro used his explosive powers to essentially nuke the town of Stamford, Connecticut...

See 12 Marvel Movie Scenes That Were Way More Brutal In The Comics here


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Great Ideas For DIY Holiday Gift Baskets

There is no gift more personal or thoughtful than a gift basket, but they can also come off as a bunch of junk you threw together at the last minute because you couldn't be bothered to buy a real gift.

However, the junky factor can be avoided by thinking about what the recipient likes, what you can make that won't look like crap, and how much the recipient cares about overall presentation.

Guys are less likely to give or receive gift baskets during the holidays, but if the baskets contained cool stuff for barbecuing, like a homemade rub and sauce and some special tools, they'd get the gift basket appeal.

And speaking of appeal- orange-cardamom marmalade. It's a yummy treat that's pretty easy to make, and it adds that homemade wow factor to any basket you put together.

But what if you're hopeless in the kitchen? You should consider giving a themed gift basket that contains cooking utensils and other kitchen stuff, soaps and stuff for the bathroom, etc.

The recipient will still appreciate and applaud the effort, and you won't have to worry about your lack of cooking skills making your basket look subpar.

See 11 Ideas For DIY Gift Baskets That Make Great Christmas Gifts here

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

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Remove A Matchstick Balanced On A Nickel Under Glass Without Touching Anything

If you spend enough time in bars, bowling alleys or pool halls you're bound to meet a trickster looking to score drinks by doing the seemingly impossible- or by simply conning people out of their cash.

Tricksters who use fast talk to confuse their marks are annoying, those who use a natural talent to win money are impressive, but nothing makes people happier about losing than tricksters who teach you a new trick for your money.

On this episode of Scam School Remix- how to remove a matchstick balanced on a nickel under glass without touching anything.

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Now you owe me a drink!

-Via Boing Boing


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Photographer Shows Us What Bedrooms Look Like Around The World

La Paz, Bolivia

Many Americans take the size and comfort of their bedrooms for granted, never stopping to think how good they have it when they complain about the outdated decor, lack of light or that it's "too small".

Jambyl Region, Kazakhstan

Does your bedroom have dirt floors, wooden slats for walls or a thatch roof that does little to keep the pests and weather out?

Ban Sai Ngam, Thailand

Then your bedroom is fine, but in case you're still on the fence about how good you've got it, or you're wondering how bedrooms in other countries compare to yours, check out these fun pics by photographer John Thackwray.

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

John's photo series "My Room Project" has taken him from his home in South Africa to homes all around the world, where he mounts his camera on the ceiling to give us a better idea of how small the average bedroom really is.

Paris, France

These photos sure made me appreciate my central heating and king size bed!

See more from This Photographer Showed People's Bedrooms From All Over The World here


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The Horror Movie Actors Behind The Iconic Masks

It must suck to be the star of a slasher flick, because nobody ever really knows your name or your face since you're stuck wearing a mask or makeup the entire time.

The hockey mask becomes famous, the weird William Shatner mask becomes iconic and the skin mask and chainsaw are easily identified by all, and yet far too few know Kane Hodder is the man who played Jason Voorhees in the Friday The 13th movies.

It's common knowledge that Robert Englund played Freddy Krueger in every Nightmare On Elm Street flick, but are you familiar with the name Nick Castle?

He's the guy who played Michael Myers in the original Halloween movies, and yet Nick is way more famous for being the co-writer of Escape From New York than for his chilling portrayal of Michael Myers.

And let's not forget Doug Bradley, the guy who's happy to be called Pinhead because he plays that sinister Cenobite in the Hellraiser movies.

Doug has fully embraced the darkness that comes with playing the head Cenobite, which isn't surprising considering he has been friends with Clive Barker since the two were in secondary school.

Still, without those pins stuck in his head he's hard to pick out of a crowd...

See Horror Movie Characters Behind The Mask here


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THE DRAWING Is A Fun Horror Short With A Killer Soundtrack

If you find a child's drawing on the street in real life you pick it up and think "how cute!", but if you're in a movie that drawing is usually a sign of bad things to come.

Or, in this case of THE DRAWING that kid's doodle is the bad thing, and it may have been drawn by a less than innocent child...

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The Drawing was created by Micah Roland and Jason Brown for 1A Plate Productions as an homage to classic horror anthology shows like The Twilight Zone or Goosebumps, in other words wait for it...

-Via Bloody Disgusting


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Dialect Coach Breaks Down The Accents 32 Different Actors Use In Movies

The accents you hear in movies aren't typically what you'd call accurate, and this lack of accuracy can be really distracting and detract from the viewing experience.

Of course, having no accent at all can ruin a movie too, just look at how bad Kevin Costner's portrayal of Robin Hood was largely because he refused to use a British accent.

But even though they have dialect coaches like Erik Singer available to help actors master a more realistic accent it seems they'd rather let actors like Brad Pitt and Will Smith do their own thang.

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Dialect coach Erik Singer shows us what the Pitts and Smiths do wrong when they affect an accent, but he also shows us how some actors get it oh so right, like Philip Seymour Hoffman's portrayal of Truman Capote.

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Divorced Mom Writes Note To Her Ex's New Girlfriend To Thank Her

Exes are often embittered by the breakup, and therefore hate their ex's new partner by proxy, but when kids are involved couples try to put aside their bitterness for the sake of the children.

Divorced mom Audrey Nicole isn't bitter about her breakup, nor does she want to knock her ex's new girl- she wants to show her appreciation for how nice the other woman is to her daughter.

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Audrey posted this heartfelt letter to her ex's new girlfriend on Facebook's Love What Matters Page along with the photo below, to express how grateful she is that the new gf is so sweet to her daughter Riley.

This story should inspire exes who don't get along to consider how their hatred might affect the kids caught in the middle, and always remember the new person in your ex's life will be spending time with your kids- so try to keep your cool!

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See more about baby and kids at NeatoBambino

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A Cringeworthy Collection Of Awkward Cosplay Photos

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Cosplayers look really cool when they're posing for photos or walking around the Con floor, but nobody considers how awkward they look when they're riding the train to the Con or sitting down for a meal in full costume.

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Many of the pros carry a costume bag with them to the Con so they can avoid these awkward moments, but even a pro will find themselves stuck on awkward speed once in a while.

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Those moments are just part of livin' that cosplay life, and all you can do when awkwardness strikes is keep calm and ask someone to help you get out the door!

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See Cosplayers In Compromising Positions here


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Vintage Photos From The Heyday Of Beat Culture In New York

When people hear the word "Beatnik" they immediately think about berets, striped shirts, bongos, bad poetry and goatees, and the Beatnik subculture is still most commonly associated with the 1960s.

But the heyday for Beats like Jack Kerouac, Gregory Corso and Alan Ginsberg was actually the late 1940s through the 50s, because that's when they were busy inspiring a literary movement and subculture at the same time.

The original Beats who inspired the trendy Beatniks in the 60s could be seen hanging out in jazz clubs and coffee shops around Greenwich Village, New York, where they would read poems, dig the tunes or just get dixie fried.

So if you wanted to meet those real gone cats collectively known as the Beat Generation you had to hang at places like the Gaslight Cafe or the Seven Arts Cafe, where every night was a gas and the java flowed all night long.

See 35 Photographs That Capture The Beatniks' Heyday In New York City here


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Werner Herzog Gets Shot During An Interview, Says It's "Not Significant"

Werner Herzog makes Alfred Hitchcock look like a big softie, and his broody demeanor is so inscrutable it almost seems like an act he's spent decades practicing and refining.

But proving Werner is every bit as unflappable as he seems is as easy as pulling the trigger and seeing how many f@#ks he gives.

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Luckily, Werner was only shot with a pellet gun while taping this interview for The Culture Show back in 2006, and the pellet only embedded itself in his skin rather than blowing his guts out.

But judging by Werner's reaction afterwards you'd think the man had just been bitten by a flea! They should give that man an Oscar just for being such a badass!

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Male And Female Celebrities Who Look An Awful Lot Alike

I'm sure you've seen side-by-side comparisons that show how shockingly similar Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber look, but you'd be surprised just how many male celebs look like female celebs and vice versa.

Actually, it's not that surprising considering Hollywood loves actresses with a distinct jaw line and actors with slightly androgynous faces, but some celebs look so similar they could almost be the same person.

And then we have to start asking ourselves- when was the last time you saw Maria Shriver and Willem Dafoe in the same room?

That has to be a coincidence, right? But how can we explain away the shockingly similar face shared by Scarlett Johansson and young Christopher Walken?

See 17 Male And Female Celebrities That Look Terrifyingly Similar here


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The 6 Secrets To Raising A Good Kid According To Experts At Harvard

Parents can't seem to agree on whether there's a secret to raising good kids or not, and for every person who swears they know the secret there's an absentee parent who managed to raise a good kid even though they're never home.

But the secret to raising a good kid is the kind of thing behaviorists and psychologists love to argue about, and these experts love to boil it all down to one easy to remember list whenever possible.

According to human development experts at Harvard University there are 6 or 7 main "guideposts to raising caring, respectful, and ethical children"-

1. Teach children to control their emotions

2. Talk to them about taking responsibility for their actions

3. Teach your children to be compassionate and help the weak

4. Teach your children to be grateful

5. Instill your family values in them and show them what constitutes good behavior

6. Spend more time together

7. Be a good role model and mentor

You can read more detailed descriptions of each entry on this perfectly reasonable list of tips created by Harvard University here, sounds like rock solid advice to me!

Read The 6 Secrets of Raising a Good Kid According to Experts at Harvard

See more about baby and kids at NeatoBambino

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MALL 84 Is An Animated Love Letter To The 80s

There are so many things to love about the 1980s it's hard to fit them all into one project, but if you're going to properly pay homage to that radical decade your project has to include a shopping mall.

Malls were like microcosms of American life in the 80s- they were the place where you could see all the latest styles, trends and tech, or all the noisy new games in the video arcade.

MALL 84 from Gervart on Vimeo.

Gervais Merryweather created this wonderfully eye pleasing animated short as "a love letter to the 1980's..", then he got Mitch Murder to create the soundtrack and make MALL 84 an instant classic!

-Via GeekTyrant


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Domesticated Violence

People take their allergies very seriously these days, and if you try to feed them something they can't eat the militantly allergic will attack, and trust me- you don't want that.

It's even worse when your cat or dog is trying to tell you the food you bought ain't agreeing with them, because they can't express themselves with words- only violence.

Better to heed the warning set forth by this Cheekylicious comic and consult your cats and dogs about any special diets they may have before you feed them!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy

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The Most Indestructible Superheroes And Villains

We normal humans tend to be quite envious of the powers possessed by superfolks, but the one we envy most is the power of invulnerability or indestructibility.

That's because we all fear death, and if we knew we couldn't be killed by any normal earthly means we could stop worrying about dying and adopt a devil may care attitude about life.

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But being indestructible is not without its drawbacks, and when you live in a world where evil seems to triumph at every turn this power doesn't make you feel any more secure about your place in the world.

And if you end up shooting your mouth off like Deadpool then villains will spend all their time and effort trying to figure out how to make you stay down for good.

It's enough to make you as blue as Doctor Manhattan, who found that immortality breeds apathy and nihilistic tendencies, and Galactus' has learned that immortality leads to soul crushing loneliness.

Of course, it doesn't help that Galactus is older than the Big Bang and has to eat planets to survive, both of which are total deal breakers for most potential dates.

See The 12 Most Indestructible Comic Book Characters here


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The Truth About Some Of Those Amazing Photos You See Online

People love to cry "fake" when they see amazing photos online, and while plenty of fakes have been posted there are also lots of real shots created by creative photographers that blow people's minds.

Flickr user "Patrick" shot pictures of glass covered in water droplets above a bowl of M&M's with a macro lens to create the trippy psychedelic pic above.

Photographer Michael Paul Smith doesn't own the actual vintage cars featured in his "photos of the past"- he uses the power of perspective to make scale models look like full sized cars cruising down the streets of Boston.

These staged landscape shots created by Matthew Albanese look so realistic people actually believe they're amazing pics shot outdoors at just the perfect time, but they're actually all shot inside Matthew's studio.

Matthew creates miniature landscapes that fit on a table top, then he uses forced perspective to make them look like massive outdoor scenes- he created this cool tornado shot with cotton, wool, ground parsley and moss.

But the most deliciously fake looking photo is this flying burger shot created by Sam Kaplan for Boston Magazine- created using rods and glass plates to make each piece of the burger look like it's floating in mid-air.

See 12 Behind The Scenes Photos That Show The Truth About Some Of The Most Amazing Shots here


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Looking For A Great Comic Strip With A Wicked Twist? Head Down A Toon Hole

Comic strips wouldn't be the same without that (typically last panel) twist ending, and even though this last panel reveal is a well known part of the medium there are still plenty of strips out there that can still surprise you.

Toon Hole is one of those comic strips, and their black comedy coupled with the eye pleasing artwork makes Toon Hole the strip you need to brighten up our dark days.

Because you can't go wrong with a comic strip like Toon Hole that delivers the funny without fail strip after toon-tastic strip!

See 10+ Cartoons By Toon Hole That End So Unexpectedly It Will Make You Laugh here


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You Can Do It, And Matsuoka Shuzo Can Help

The world is a pretty dark place right now, and that lack of light makes people want to give up hope and embrace their depression just so they can feel something again.

But who can you turn to when you don't want to go on any further?

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Former Japanese tennis pro Matsuoka Shuzo, that's who, and you should let his shouts of encouragement be the wind beneath your wings.

Matsuoka is here to help inspire us to carry on until we breathe our last, because if he can harvest clams in 14 degree Fahrenheit weather you can survive the rest of 2016!

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-Via Boing Boing


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Mad Shelia Is The Chinese Mad Max Ripoff The World Needs Now

Asian companies have been creating bootleg versions of American merch and media for decades, and in that time they have become masters of making knockoff products that are just different enough to avoid a lawsuit.

But when they decided to rip off mega hit Mad Max they didn't care how much their film resembled the original, and this attitude shifted Mad Shelia from bootleg to full blown parody film.

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Mad Shelia looks like it might be the most enjoyable ripoff movie ever made, and the studio who made the film already has two sequels in the works, so the Mad Max crew better get to work or they risk being run over!

-Via Nerd Approved


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Wear Your Love Of Cinema On Your Chest With A Funny Movie Themed Shirt From The NeatoShop

Boss Battle by Chet Phillips

Everybody loves to watch movies, but only cinephiles study the shots, memorize the lines and see their favorite films as old friends. To them a movie is more than just a plot and a bunch of famous faces- it's a visual work of art that becomes a piece of their heart.

If you're obsessed with movies, or you've got a cinephile on your holiday shopping list, then you need to head to the NeatoShop and peruse our massive selection of movie themed designs.

These great designs can be printed on t-shirts, hoodies, long sleeve tees, kids tees, dog tees and more!

Movies are made to give audiences all kinds of different feels

A Clockwork Racer by Donovan Alex

From the darkest depths of terror to the hilarious heights of high flying comedy

X-Wing! by Captain RibMan

And everything in-between!

Peter Pan's Labyrinth by Hillary White

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A Timid Gibbon Needs Help From His Mom To Shoo Away A Wayward Rat

Nobody likes their home to be full of rats, even if they enjoy an indoor-outdoor lifestyle, so watching a gibbon struggle to get rid of a rat that has invaded his enclosure is something we can relate to.

Of course, if I were a gibbon I'd simply use my monkey kung fu skills to dispatch the rat and toss it to the nearest predator as an offering.

But the timid little gibbon in this video appears to have given up on his kung fu training- so he has to ask his mom for help.

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This video was shot at the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park in the English West Midlands, which may explain why the gibbon is so timid- he's not used to roughing it among the rats!

-Via Laughing Squid

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The Real Clothing Styles Worn By Teen Girls In The 1980s

The 80s were supposedly all about looking sharp and being cool, but for those of us who grew up in the raddest decade of them all looking trendy often took a backseat to having fun with friends.

However, plenty of teens did try to stay on top of clothing trends, imitating shows like Miami Vice or Knight Rider by wearing cool duds that made them feel like their favorite characters.

But these teens were far from the norm, despite what shows set in the 80s would have you believe, and young people typically dressed for comfort rather than flash.

Many teens used their choice of wardrobe to say something about the crowd they ran with, and whether they preferred the company of preps, nerds or rockers.

And by the late 1980s boy bands were driving girls (and a few guys) wild, so teen girls started using their "unique" sense of style to share their passions with the world. NKOTB 4 LIFE!!

See 80's Young Fashion: Color Photos Of U.S. Teen Girls During The 1980s here


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The Slaughtered Lamb - The Safest Place To Be During A Full Moon


The Slaughtered Lamb by Nemons

If you should pay London a visit and decide to go backpacking outside the city you'd best be back in the safety and comfort of your hotel room before dark- or you may find yourself on the dinner menu. For the people who gather each night at The Slaughtered Lamb know a secret they're not keen on sharing with tourists, a deadly secret that has resulted in the death and dismemberment of many who've dared travel in the woods after dark. Some call it a werewolf, others see it as a malevolent spirit meant to make man pay for their offenses against nature, but the last American who paid The Slaughtered Lamb a visit knows what's out there, and he's no longer in any shape to discuss the incident...

Advertise your favorite fictional rural pub with this The Slaughtered Lamb t-shirt by Nemons, it's a bloody good way to show love for your favorite horror movie!

Visit Nemons's Facebook fan page and Twitter, then head on over to his NeatoShop for more terrifyingly cool designs:

Unseen University - Fighting Wizards Monsters Fink II Pan's Pale Ale The Lot

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The Ranger Club - Don't You Forget About Me


The Ranger Club by Prime Premne

They were five strangers who found themselves all dressed up with no place to go, stuck in Power Ranger school detention until Principal Zedd said they were free to go. Everything they'd fought for in their young lives had led up to this point, and even though they went from forming the Megazord to being mega-bored they learned a lot about each other that day in detention, which made them grow stronger as a group. Turns out it was a mighty good idea to use their morphin' abilities to cause mischief after all, and they would look back on that day over breakfast and smile, especially when they thought about the time the Pink Ranger knocked Principal Zedd out with a mega-powered fart!

Get suited up for adventure with this The Ranger Club t-shirt by Prime Premne, it's a great way to show the world you've been a member of the Mighty Morphin' fan club since back in the day!

Visit Prime Premne's Facebook fan page and Twitter, then head on over to his NeatoShop for more delightfully geeky designs:

The Little Grandpa Green Buns and Ham Nazgul Days Thieves Blasting Off Paint

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