A tuner in the UK decided to chop a Ferrari 360 Modena in half, add some seats in the middle, and transform it into what could quite possibly the world's fastest limousine, capable of hitting 166mph. It was designed by Dan Cawley, a Manchester-based businessman who owns hire company Style Limousines, and then sold to another rental company. "Every boy wants to get into a Ferrari, this was a way for people to be able to do that with seven mates. It's the biggest and craziest vehicle you can get. We made it because we wanted to create the ultimate Ferrari experience," said Cawley. Continue reading for more strange car mods that will make you look twice, but definitely not in a good way.
James Fridman, better known as the "Photoshop Troll" on social media, is back yet again, with another round of requests. First up, we have one user who just wanted "bigger arms," but instead was transformed into a gorilla-like creature, rather than just have his biceps / shoulders enlarged. Others include: wanting to be a real super hero, polishing up a picture, and lost more. Continue reading to see the highlights.
David from Alberta, Canada, legally changed the gender on his identification documents to female in order to save over $1,000 on auto insurance. How did all this begin? Well, he wanted to buy a brand new car and knew that his insurance costs would be high, due to being in his early 20s, as well as having a few marks (accident, ticket, etc.) on his record. So, he managed to legally change his gender on his birth certificate and driver's license to save on his insurance policy. Continue reading for a picture of an Alberta driver's license and more information.
Money scams are nothing new, whether they be online, telephone, or even snail mail, but when NHS nursing assistant Tom Sheerin from Liverpool, England received a message from the "CEO Of Facebook", he decided to take things into his own hands. "Decided to have a little fun with someone trying to scam me on Facebook, kept him busy for about 2 hours," said Tom. Continue reading to see the entire conversation.
Let's face it, doing things by the rule book just isn't internet worthy, but on the other hand, when you decide to throw safety out the window, things get a lot crazier. For example, this group of people thought pushing a couch out the second story window would be a great idea, and we may not know the entire story, but this internet user captured at least one frame for the world to see. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.
Sometimes, you just come across things that are slightly out of place, and the longer you look at them, the more infuriating things get. For example, this person just so happened to sit behind a passenger who apparently didn't know that their headphones were worn over his folded ear, or just wanted a slightly muffled sound. Continue reading to see more slightly infuriating things captured by internet users. Click here for a few bonus images.
Grow-in-water toys, with this example being a 23-year-old "Grow Babies", are basically novelty items made from a superabsorbent polymer. They expand up to 500% of their original mass or volume after putting them into water for several days. One thing you may not know is that they shrinks with saltwater, though some shrink simply from air after being removed from water. Continue reading to see what happened after this person placed this over two-decade old toy in water.
Sure, getting pit access at a NASCAR race may provide the best photography opportunities for fans, but sometimes, that is just not an option. One man at the NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 race in Charlotte shows us a very dangerous, and possibly illegal, alternative of capturing the race cars speeding around the track. The footage was captured by Vance Hicks Jr., who was sitting in the bleachers above. Continue reading for the footage.
It's a common mistake to accidentally activate the front-facing camera when shooting photos with a smartphone, but if you're at a once-in-a-lifetime event, like your daughter's graduation, you might want to make sure that's not the case. One dad unfortunately thought he was shooting his daughter walking across the stage at her graduation, but instead, the 36-second clip shows himself just cheering. Continue reading for another epic wins and fails compilation.
Let's face it, when you purchase something online, you're doing so blindly, as it is impossible to inspect the item before shipment. For example, this person thought they were getting a 6.5-foot tall teddy bear that was well proportioned, but apparently, what they received was one with 4-foot long legs, and something that appears to be straight from a nightmare. Continue reading to see more things purchased online that took an unexpected turn.