Comedy duo Hamish and Andy of 104.1FM decided to rent an ultra-realistic dinosaur costume for the day to prank unsuspecting guests at a car park. While these prehistoric beasts may not be exact replicas, it did catch everyone off guard. "With fully animated movement, a performer controls the head, mouth, eyes and sounds utilizing a special - simple to control internal steering wheel. Clear sight is possible through the Built in Camera System, and the actor stay cool through the use of several built in Fans," according to the costume maker. Continue reading for another video and more information.
The weather forecast may be calling for snow in some parts, but many still got their freeze on during 7-11's annual "Bring Your Own Cup Day" on March 18 and 19. Unlike previous years, 2016 marks Slurpee's 50th anniversary and to celebrate the occasion #BYOCUPDAY was expanded to two days, meaning even more crazy sights, like a prosthetic leg. How did it work? Bring any container and fill it up with the beloved frosty drink for just $1.50. Continue reading for more. Click here for a few bonus images.
Let's face it, fixing things properly usually comes with a large bill, or at least if you're not a handyman, or know someone who is. However, there are some lines you should never cross, such as fixing a brick pillar with plastic wrap that is normally used for shipping. Or, replacing a broken couch with a separate wooden chair entirely. Continue reading for more strange fixes. Click here for a few bonus fixes.
Selfie sticks are nothing new, but this is the first one we've seen that's designed for laptops, or more specifically, the MacBook. Created by artists Moises, John Yuyi and Tom Galle, this was built more as a test piece than actual product. We're assuming you'd need a special app that could also take pictures with a remote trigger for this to function properly as well, albeit 1280 x 1024 resolution images. Continue reading to see more pictures of the MacBook selfie stick in-action. Click here to view some more cool photography gadgets and funny photographers.
Just about every gamer has played some form of Tetris, but it's not everyday that you get to use the brick stacking skills in real-life. However, this lumber yard managed to pack some logs onto this truck bed in such a way that you could mistake it for a Photoshop job, as nearly every nook and cranny has been filled with a perfect fitting piece. Continue reading for more oddly satisfying images. Click here for a few bonus pictures.
Product knockoffs are nothing new, especially when it comes to phones, but when some random company decides to use "Apple iPhone 5" for a lighter, that's when things get a bit questionable. Unfortunately, that is just the tip of the iceberg, as many more are using famous names and images - Mario Brothers, Sonic the Hedgehog, Pokemon, etc. - to try and make a quick buck. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.
Reddit user "Your_Post_As_A_Movie" specializes in taking random photos that people post online, and transforming them into professional-looking movie posters. Starting off, we have "Catastrophe", which started as a normal picture of a gray cat looking quite angry to say the least. Now the result is a movie that appears to have this one cat taking on the world. Continue reading to see twelve more.
Marco Schembri, an industrial designer from Italy, decided to show how famous logos would look if they used their own products, starting with none other than the golden arches. Now if one were to eat their daily, adding on a few pounds would be inevitable, and it shows in the redesigned version of their logo. Other examples include: Gillette being cut into pieces with a razor, Absolut vodka being slightly blurry, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.
Standing desks may be the hot item right now, but we do not recommend creating your own using a few random objects you may have lying around the house, like buckets or ice coolers. This person decided to make one anyways, and placed his homemade creation right next to a door as well, creating yet another hazard for the iMac. You may have to look around online, but there are plenty of tutorials showing how to create a standing desk using simple items from a local hardware store or even IKEA for those who prefer the pre-fabricated route. Continue reading for more things that shouldn't be placed together.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and here are a few things you probably shouldn't try on a significant other. Starting off, we have what appears to be a takeout food container. Once opened, an iPhone 5S seems to be hiding inside, but flip the top off, and you'll be greeted with a homemade meal. For some, this might be a nice surprise, while for others, it could mean a breakup. Continue reading for more funny things you don't expect.