Why spend thousands on new flooring for your home, when you could just cover it with 20,000 pennies (worth $200)? Sure, it might take a lot more work than traditional wood / tile floors, but as you can see, the results are interesting to say the least, and just makes "cents". For anyone wondering, each row consists of 100 pennies, with each glued individually, and then coated with self-leveling epoxy once completed. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of amazon parrots arguing like an old married couple.
You can find all sorts of web content on Reddit, even people recreating old childhood photos. That's right, they have a sub-Reddit called "Past and Present Pics" where users recreate scenes from the past using many of the same things (clothes, props, etc.) as possible. Above, we have two father and son photos that were probably taken around 20-years apart. Continue reading for more.
While we don't know the entire back story, this unfortunate person was probably trying to clear a paper jam, but got a little too close to the feeder. Let's just hope co-workers were around to get there in time to cut off what they could before any serious damage to this person. That is just one of the many situations that could turn an already bay day into the worst ever. Continue reading for more examples.
Elizabeth Gadd is a completely self-taught 21-year-old photographer from Vancouver, Canada, that travels the world capturing images of herself in surreal scenes that look out of this world to say they least. She was raised in a place blessed with mountains, forests and fields, and eventually, this lead to her bringing a camera along on outdoor adventures. Gadd adds, "Everything I learned came simply from hours of experimentation, the most effective method being taking on a '365 project.' I hope when people look at my photos, they can feel what I felt while taking them." Continue reading for more photographs.
You know there's an official term for when people see things in random objects, and it's called pareidolia, or the psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus being perceived as significant. Common examples include seeing images of animals or faces in clouds, the man in the moon or the Moon rabbit, and hearing hidden messages on records when played in reverse. These people managed to spot weird and random faces in everyday things, such as butter. Continue reading for more examples.
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If Tony Star were to buy another home, it'd probably be 1181 North Hillcrest Avenue in Beverly Hills. This collaboration project between Interior Architect Joseph Ferrugio, designer Roman James, and the owner (Bruce Makowsky) really wanted push the phrase to the boundaries of luxury. It's located atop the Trous and features Bentley leather stitched furniture as well as a James Bond-inspired bar with its own personal candy shop. That's just the beginning, you also get a home movie theater and an open concept garage with hydraulic display sets. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery.Continue reading for a viral video of a full-sized truck jumping over a Formula 1 car.
The Kellogg brothers first used paperboard cartons to hold their flaked corn cereal, and later, when they began marketing it to the general public, a heat-sealed bag of Wax paper was wrapped around the outside of the box and printed with their brand name. Now Reddit user and animation artist Thomas Richner decided to use the heavy-duty paper to create a Millennium Falcon, measuring 5-feet in length. No detail was spared, as it features six rear vents and even functional retractable landing gear. When all was said and done, it took Richner approximately 140-hours to complete. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Physicist Dr Brandenburg claims an ancient Martian civilizations known as Cydonians and Utopians were devastated by a nuclear attack, and purportedly, he has evidence that can still be seen today. He adds: "The Martian surface is covered with a thin layer of radioactive substances including uranium, thorium and radioactive potassium - and this pattern radiates from a hot spot on Mars. A nuclear explosion could have sent debris all around the planet." Continue reading for another video and more information.
Gemini 12 was a 1966 manned spaceflight in NASA's Project Gemini. It was the 10th and final manned Gemini flight, the 18th manned American flight and, including X-15 flights over 100 kilometers (54 nmi), the 26th spaceflight of all time. Above, we see astronaut Buzz Aldrin taking the first space selfie while performing an EVA during the Gemini XII mission, with the Agena Target Vehicle visible in the background. Continue reading for more.