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What do you get when you combine Ben & Jerry ice cream with your favorite cookies? An amazing, custom ice cream sandwich of course. Simply slice the microwaved pint into slices, place in between cookies, remove wrapping, and you're ready to eat. For those who have wondered where this frozen confection originated in North America, pictures from the Jersey Shore circa 1905 "On the beach, Atlantic City", show Ice Cream sandwiches were popular at 1-cent each. Continue reading for more.

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Love cake, but only have some leftover dark chocolate, butter, and eggs? Then combine the first two ingredients, microwave them in a bowl, and then slowly add it to the egg mixture after whisking it for 5-minutes. Lastly, put everything into a baking pan and bake it for 22-25 minutes. Continue reading for more three-ingredient recipes that geeks would love.

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Does the name Edith Macefield ring a bell? If not, she's basically an 84-year-old lady who turned down a million dollar offer to sell her home to Seattle-based land developers. So, they were forced to alter the building's plan around the small, two-story home. The shopping mall was eventually completed and towered around her home. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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A group of very talented geeks worked with Dioxua to build an amazing 13th Age-inspired RPG (Role Playing Game) room out of a normal garage. It comes complete with a custom table and entertainment center. 13th Age is a d20 fantasy tabletop role-playing game - designed by Rob Heinsoo (lead designer of D&D 4e) and Jonathan Tweet (lead designer of D&D 3E) - and published by Pelgrane Press. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what Superman might see with a GoPro.

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Want a home away from home? Then why not build yourself an inflatable bubble room of sorts, like one shown above. Sure, electricity may be hard to come by, but as long as you have a decent router, there will most certainly be internet available for you to use. Continue reading for more.

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Designed by Robert A.M. Stern, 15 Central Park West is a super luxurious condominium building located at the corner of West 61st Street and Central Park West in New York City. Construction started in 2005 and was completed in 2008, costing a total of $950 million. Continue reading for a video, additional pictures and more information.

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Sometimes, architects go out of their way to make a home unique, but it's not always obvious. Fortunately, these photographers have managed to find normal-looking homes an buildings with hidden faces, like the straw-covered example above, which may have saw something it shouldn't have. Continue reading for more.

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You've seen some of the most unique, now check out one of the, if not the coziest, treehouses ever. It was designed by architect Missy Brown, elevated in the middle of the great outdoors. This miniature home is anchored to a 90 foot spruce tree on the owner's property, stabilized with several fallen pine trees for additional support, and boasts a spiral stair case that leads straight to the front door, where guests are welcomed with a bright and open living space. Continue reading for more pictures.

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A missile silo is basically an underground vertical cylindrical structure for the storage and launching of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs). The structures typically have the missile some distance below grade, protected by a large "blast door" on top. Bruce Townsley from Texas purchased an old Atlas F launch facility for a mere $99,000, and built his home inside it. Continue reading for more pictures.

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When it comes to furniture, sometimes less is more, and that's certainly the case with these awesome designs. For example, the modular piece above can not only be used as a table, sofa, play pit, but also as beds too. We've rounded up thirty more creative furniture pieces for your viewing enjoyment. Continue reading to see them all.

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