Let's face it, dressing up as your favorite pop culture character can be expensive to say the least - maybe not so much Street Fighter's Ryu, but others. Anucha 'Cha' Saengchart of Facebook shows that all doesn't have to be as it seems, since it's the thought that counts, right? He's managed to create several "low cost" versions of popular characters for your viewing enjoyment. Continue reading to see them all.
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.
Sure, it will be approximately 1-year until we get to see the second part of Avengers: Infinity War, but until that time, there will be plenty of content to whet your appetite. To kick things off, here are a few of the film's actors as kids, starting with Doctor Strange, or Benedict Cumberbatch. Continue reading for more.
Deapool has always been known as a jokester of sorts, ever since his comic book days, and it's no surprise that FOX decided to invade a few Walmart stores with the quirky superhero. Simply put, they created custom slip-on movie covers for 16 movies, including "The Terminator," and placed them in a special display. Yes, buyers of these movies can keep the Deadpool cover. continue reading to see them all.
Let's face it, stock photography isn't something you'd normally expect to start trending on social media, but recently, the hashtag #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob, has changed all of that. Whether it be people in lab coats grabbing bits of DNA, a one-eyed pirate doctor, hacker with code projected on him, or a doctor using a stethoscope listening to a tree, you'll find it here. Continue reading for more.
Another day, another bizarre internet trend, and this time it's "teeth-nails", and it's exactly as it sounds, nails that are modeled after human molars. These were created by a Russia-based nail salon, called "Nail Sunny". Unfortunately (or fortunately), a tutorial video has not yet been released. Continue reading for another picture and what other internet users have to say about them.
Ordering auto parts off Amazon is nothing new or special, but one M3 owner received an unexpected item when they did just that. To be more specific, this particular M3 Forum user ordred a ZF Sachs clutch kit for an E46 M3 and allegedly received an F1 clutch that is not sold to the public, which could be worth upwards of $30,000. Featuring four discs and a special diaphragm spring that enables it to operate at temperatures of up to 752° Fahrenheit or 400 degrees Celsius for short periods of time, while handling 664 lb-ft of torque. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Jeff Wysaski of Obvious Plant specializes in creating signs, and now, action figures, so it wasn't surprising to see the latter with the release of Avengers: Infinity War this past weekend. "I was somewhat bored with these more traditional humor avenues, so I started looking for something new. Late last year, I hit on the idea of 'street humor'-for lack of a better term. I'd done a bit of this in the past, but the more I thought about it, the more ideas I had, so I felt the project warranted its own name and website," said Wysaski to Fast Company. Continue reading for more.
Some people like to directly trade-in their vehicle at dealerships to avoid hassle, while others go the private sale route using sites like Craigslist. This person went with the latter, and tried an interesting ad copy to catch your attention for a 1999 Toyota Corolla. Continue reading to see the entire ad copy, as well as a few comments that internet users left for him.
Photographer Bing Wright specializes in capturing images through cracked glass, and while some may find it pointless, others see the art masterpieces that ensue. Whether it be a sunset, sunrise, or just mid-day sun, each and every one of these photographs are given their own energy. That is just one of the many examples of accidental art captured in the wild. Continue reading for more.