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.
Ukrainians have transformed a statue of Vladimir Lenin into one of Darth Vader, and joined The Dark Side. One masked villain actually tried joining last year's presidential race, but was denied registration only after he refused to disclose his real name and identity papers. Later that year, several Darth Vader characters ran as candidates for mayors of Kiev and Odessa, the historic Black Sea port where the new statue was formally unveiled Friday. However, it's not just a static sculpture, but rather one that is also a Wi-Fi hotspot. Continue reading for more pictures, another video and additional information.
Brothers John and Geof Bitmead built a real-life version of the Little Tikes Cozy Coupe, which is fueled up just like any car, and can reach speeds of up to 70mph. The vehicle is based on a Daewoo Matiz - including airbag, headlights and mirrors - and cost £30,000 to create. "We were hoping it would be out on a regular basis, create some revenue and recoup the money used to build it. But in real life it ended up going out four or five times in two years. So we thought we might as well sell it and if anyone's interested in buying it that will bring back some money for us," said Geof.
Even if we had the technology to do so, walking on the sun would be impossible due to the sheer fact that it's a nearly perfect spherical ball of hot plasma, with internal convective motion that generates a magnetic field via a dynamo process. In other words, there are no solid surfaces for man to walk on, that is without taking into consideration that its surface temperature is approximately 9,941° F. Continue reading for more bizarre Yahoo Answers trolls that actually exist.
Beer crate motorcycles may not be on the cutting edge of technology, but they are a popular mode of transportation for some people in Germany, a country famous for their beer as well as engines/motorcycles/cars. This particular creation is most likely powered by a two-stroke engine sourced from possibly a chainsaw or a generator, just enough power to get around. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Seeing an 18-wheeler on the road is nothing new, but spotting one transporting a tiny toy is definitely something you don't see everyday. Unless this is a very wealthy person who contracted a trucking company for this prank, it's probably just the driver heading to pick up their next load, but having some fun along the way, or so we'd like to think. Unfortunately (or fortunately), that is just one of the many images circulating online that make absolutely no sense. Continue reading for more.
These epic beards from the 2015 World Beard And Moustache Championships in Leogang, Austria may look digitally enhanced, but they're 100% real. This year, there were over 300 bearded and moustached men from 20 different countries that competed in 18 categories across three divisions; Moustaches, Partial Beards and Full Beards. Austrian photojournalist Jan Heitfleisch captured some of the more notable designs, including the crazy one you see above. Continue reading for more.
Yes, even the most patient of professors lose their cool at times, but to prevent outbursts from happening, they do things like putting a funny twist on the "Name:" section of a worksheet. Other examples include: starting a Power Point presentation with an interesting cover sheet, reading RateMyProfessor reviews out loud to the class, using a gigantic stick instead of a laser pointer and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.
Do you have the need for steed? If so, then Trotify, a simple wooden device that fits on your front brake mount, should do the trick. Simply piece together the flat-pack, laser-cut kit, find a suitable coconut, and you're to ride or reenact a scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. The company is busy setting up their retail store, so for now, you'll have to find someone willing to part with their new or used Trotify to get your hands on one. Continue reading for another video.
Rosie Kemp, a resident of Nassau, Bahamas, discovered a baby raccoon that had fallen out of a tree with the mother was nowhere to be found. So, instead of just leaving it there, Kemp and her daughter Laura Young decided to adopt the tiny animal and named her "Pumpkin". According to Young, "She instantly bonded with us and our two rescue dogs and follows me and our two dogs everywhere we go. She now thinks she is a dog...she is able to play and be rough with them and she respects them when they have had enough." Continue reading for more pictures and information.