Liquid Ass is probably something you've seen, or at least heard about, online, but one thing you may not know is that the product was created by two engineers. The product was created years ago when engineer Alan Whitman was still in high school - his parents had given him a chemistry kit and he used the ingredients to invent a smell that had a whiff of "butt crack, kind of sewer smell, with a little hint of dead animal in there." The gag wasn't exactly useful until 10-years-ago, when he left his engineering job at a trucking company. So, he teamed up with another engineer, Andrew Masters, and "Liquid Assets" was born. Despite having financial responsibilities outside of their newly formed company, Whitman and Masters each pooled in $18,000 towards production and marketing. The rest is history, because now Whitman, who handles emails and orders, only works about an hour a day, while Masters does the rest. The two go into their manufacturing plant in North Carolina about a couple of times a month to do some bottling. Get some here now. Continue reading for more prank videos and information.
Playing games during a work break is one thing, enjoying Solitaire while you have a crowd of people waiting to be serviced, is another. While we don't know the entire story behind this time, or if there's anyone else in the back, there could be one possible explanation...the window hasn't yet opened for business, so one of the workers is trying to keep their mind off the chaos that is about to ensue. Continue reading for more employees who don't care about your rules.
Most sleeping bags are designed with function in mind, rather than how cool it may look to others, but this one, by Japanese artist Eiko Ishizawa, is definitely an exception. This custom creation was inspired by Bruno the "problem bear" who was put down by officials after it wandered from the Italian Alps into the streets of Bavaria. One caveat: it'll cost you $2,350. Continue reading for more pictures.
Ever wonder what Darth Vader does on his off days, or at least if he lived on Earth? Wonder no more, as photographer Padwell Kadysz shows us in his latest photo series. "We never think of movie characters like they were regular people. And they are. With different life goals, obviously, but they're just people. Hannibal Lecter had to shower. John Doe from Se7en probably had to do the dishes. And Darth Vader has to do groceries," said Kadysz. Continue reading for more pictures.
When a wasp flies into the classroom, the last thing you'd expect is for a teacher to bust out a lighter and set it on fire. However, that's exactly what happened here, and thanks to technology, the event is now on the internet for everyone to see. There are also other notables, such as Professor Hunter, who happens to teach chemistry and conduct some unusual experiments during class. Continue reading for more.
Whether it be YouTube or random websites, internet users love pointing out grammatical mistakes. These geeky products put a new twist on the term "grammar police". On a side note, did you know that the first letters of the months separating June and December spell "JASON"? Or, that the chess term "checkmate" comes from a 14th century Arabic phrase, "shah mat", which means "the king is helpless"? Continue reading for more.
While it's quite possible that some of these animal hybrids may exist in the future, all that you are about to see are the work of Photoshop masters. Starting off, we have the Penguitten, which is a hybrid of penguin and kitten. Now one possibility of these types of bizarre creatures becoming a reality is if we master gene splicing, where we combine the DNA of different species, into one. Continue reading for more strange animal hybrids.
These may look like optical illusions at first glance, but they're real ski masks by 22-year-old Russian tattoo model Teya Salat. These animal-themed balaclavas - a close-fitting garment covering the whole head and neck except for parts of the face, typically made of wool - may not have any integrated action cams or other technology, but they're definitely a conversation piece nonetheless. Continue reading for more pictures of the various animals.
"Winston the White Corgi" has quite the following on Instagram, and for Halloween, the famous pup dressed up as a stormtrooper, but one thing you can't get him to wear is the helmet. "For Halloween, the corgi engaged in a little Star Wars cosplay, hitting the streets in a tailor-made stormtrooper costume that would undoubtedly cause Comic Con to shut down from a cute overload," said Melissa Locker of TIME. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a mind-bending shelf cloud approaching Australia.
Those of us who have been online for a while know that the worst place to ask for a photo touch-up are internet forums, but apparently, these users didn't get the memo, and the results more than make up for it. For example, the person above asked to "look cooler," but without any cheap effects. Unfortunately, the final result did not turn out as he'd first imagined. Continue reading for more Photoshop trolls.