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Here's another stunning look at a real-life Flinstones house in California, formerly owned by late radio personality Dick Clark. Priced at $3-million, this blast from the past spans 2,500 square foot, complete with one bedroom, two bathrooms, and expansive ocean views. Wonder why there aren't more rooms? Dick Clark built this specifically for him and his wife. Continue reading for more pictures.

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The earliest candle chandeliers were used by the wealthy in medieval times. They were generally wooden crosses, with spikes on which candles were secured. They were hoisted to a suitable height, hooked on a rope or chain. Fast forward to today, you get these ultra creative examples. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing the best and most cinematic way to sell your used car.

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With land getting scarcer in the New York City, penthouses are soaring in price, and this includes a stunning Clocktower Penthouse Apartment, located in the trendy DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn. Developed by David Walentas, this massive clock tower originally built by cardboard manufacturers has been transformed into 6,813 square feet luxury penthouse. Featuring 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and expansive views of the Brooklyn Bridge to New York Harbor. The architects kept the four 14-foot high round windows housing the clocks to bring in plenty of natural light. Still interested? It'll set you back a cool $18-million, possibly less if an all cash offer is made. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the real-life Peter Griffin doing stand up.

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Hank Butitta, an architecture graduate student, didn't want to pay rent, so he decided to pay $3,000 for an old bus and convert it into a livable home. He says, "This project was a way to show how building a small structure with simple detailing can be more valuable than drawing a complex project that is theoretical and poorly understood." It includes two beds, a small kitchen, a bathroom, and hardwood floors to top things off. Continue reading for two videos.

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LEGO began making interlocking toy bricks in 1949. Since then, a global LEGO subculture has emerged, complete with supporting movies, games, competitions, and six themed amusement parks. All of this began in the workshop of Ole Kirk Christiansen, a skilled carpenter from Billund, Denmark, who began making wooden toys in 1932. Two-years-later, in 1934, his company came to be called "LEGO", which comes from the Danish phrase leg godt, which means "play well". As of 2013, approximately 560-billion Lego pieces have been produced. Continue reading to see some of the geekiest LEGO tattoos ever.

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Let's face it, as children, we viewed the world differently and just didn't have the artistic skills to recreate what we saw. Artist Telmo Pieper happened to stumble upon some drawings he completed at the age of four and decided to reimagine them realistically as possible, like the whale you see above. Others include: a tower of sorts, bear, butterfly, and more. Continue reading to see them all.

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Sugru (moldable synthetic rubber) and LEGO Minifigs are perfect companions, or at least for securely holding cords. This discovery was made by Andreas, a LEGO fan from Germany. He uploaded a picture of it to Sugru's online gallery last month, and users around the world have adopted the idea. According to company founder, Jane ni Dhulchaointigh, "Since we shared the project on Twitter, we've been getting more and more pics of people copying it. It's so cool to see all the different characters and locations." Continue reading for more pictures.

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At first glance, this may appear to be a brand new Apple Store, but in reality, it's just an ultra luxurious penthouse at Skylofts on Hudson Street in TriBeCa, NYC. This four-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom glass cube has 360-degree views of Manhattan and the Hudson River is owned by by William Duker, a private investor who did a stint in prison for defrauding the government. It's returned to the market with a hefty $48 million listing price. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Whether it be at work, school, or just a lazy weekend at home, everyone can use a nap once in a while, and what better way than on a Millennium Falcon-shaped bed. That is just one of the many cool places and things we've rounded up for you today. Others include old favorites like the bird's nest and cloud room to a beach side hammock. Continue reading to see them all.

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Some people dread the thought of needing a haircut, while others gladly go to their local barber / stylist for a cut, especially if Rob 'The Original' Ferrel is the one behind scissors. He is now a world famous hair artist, originally from Los Angeles, with a following of 70,000 fans on Instagram. As you can see, Rob specializes in sports stars, music artists, and pretty much any pop culture icon. Continue reading for more.

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