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Toddlers Text

We have a hard enough time trying to understand toddlers as is, but if they somewhere were able to communicate with us via text messages, this is the hilarity (and insanity) that would ensue. Starting off, we have a little one that wants some attention, and like many of you have experienced before in real-life, things start getting obnoxiously loud after a few minutes (or seconds). Continue reading for more examples.

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Best Paper Airplane

Want to know how to fold the best paper airplane in the world, or at least one that set a Guinness World Record? Look no further than this video tutorial. Joe Ayoob broke the world record for the longest distance paper airplane flight with a plane designed by John Collins, in 2012. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the greatest one-handed catch in NFL history.

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Clever Kid

Many children grew up believing that there was a real tooth fairy who left money for us in exchange for our teeth. Anisa is a little girl that really knows what she wants ($1.00), and that times are not only tough out in the real world, but at home too. That is just one of the many funny and geeky kids who might be too clever for their own good. Continue reading to see them all.

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Millennium Falcon Cardboard

Photo credit: trichner123 / Reddit

The Kellogg brothers first used paperboard cartons to hold their flaked corn cereal, and later, when they began marketing it to the general public, a heat-sealed bag of Wax paper was wrapped around the outside of the box and printed with their brand name. Now Reddit user and animation artist Thomas Richner decided to use the heavy-duty paper to create a Millennium Falcon, measuring 5-feet in length. No detail was spared, as it features six rear vents and even functional retractable landing gear. When all was said and done, it took Richner approximately 140-hours to complete. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Children's Drawings Into Stuffed Animals

Children's drawings usually don't make any sense, but one company specializes in turning these crazy ideas into real stuffed toys. Introducing Budsies, a service that allows you to email them your artwork and then have a real artist handcraft a stuffed animal based on the image. To ensure it doesn't fall apart upon arrival, a professional seamstress stitches all the parts together after it's stuffed with high-quality polyester fiber. Continue reading to see some of the creations that have ensued.

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Cool Packaging Design

Apple's products may not have top-of-the-line specs, nor the lowest prices, but they're known for one thing...design. If you take normal products, such as the yarn above, and hire some extremely talented graphic designers, you'll get packaging that really stands out, especially in "No-Shave November". Speaking of packaging, did you know that in 1952, Michigan State University became the first university in the world to offer a degree in Packaging Engineering? Continue reading for more.

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Geeky Ring

Most rings are designed with *bling* in mind, but this one think outside the box (or sphere) with some dandelions. It's believed that the first examples of wedding rings were found in ancient Egypt. Relics dating back as far as 3,000 years ago, including papyrus scrolls, show us evidence of braided rings of hemp or reeds being exchanged among a wedded couple. Egypt viewed the circle as a symbol of eternity, and the ring served to signify the never-ending love between the couple. This was also the origin of the practice of wearing the wedding ring on the ring finger of the left hand, which the Egyptians believed to house a special vein that was connected directly to the heart. Continue reading for more.

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Funny Kids Santa Leter

This is what he wanted, but a direct URL for Santa would have to suffice, rather than just a simple name or description. Yes, it's a transforming, remote-controlled 4 x 4 killer whale car that can "drive over rocks and dirt on land and then 'morph' onto water." There are many other funny and geeky kids who know what they want in life, and we've rounded up a few of them for your viewing enjoyment. Continue reading to see them all.

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Flemish Style Sci Fi

Photo credit: Sacha Goldberger via Neatorama

Sacha Goldberger is no ordinary artist / photographer, he loves putting new twists on unexpected artistic styles. For his latest series, titled "Super Flemish", Goldberger shows us what famous sci-fi characters look like in classic Flemish-style paintings. Our favorites? The ones you see above, Batman, Superman, Darth Vader, Spider-Man, and Princess Leia. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the coolest smoker steam train engine you'll see today.

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Repurposing Old Junk

Have some old binder clips laying around? Then why not clip them to a table near your gadget charging station to get things organized? For those who don't have any around and still want to try out this nifty life hack, you can pick up a pack of 108 binder clips for under $5.50 here. That is just one of the many ultra creative and geeky ways that you can transform old junk into useful things. Other examples include, using empty 1-gallon water jugs as bags, clothespin characters, and even old pipes as flower vases. Continue reading to see them all.

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