Wild lions are dangerous to say the least, but Frikkie Von Solms, a 69-year-old lion caretaker in Southern Africa, befriended Zion, a gentle, tender and loving African lion. This lion was born in captivity to a lioness named Simba, but had to be separated due to fears that his father would kill him. Now, he's as domesticated as can be, and this video proves it. Solms says: "It was a once in a lifetime experience to grow up with him and learn and live with him through all of the stages of being a lion. People talk about lions like they are just lions but they have personalities, they have humor and laugh. Zion is a gentle giant. He has never attacked humans and I trust him completely." Continue reading for more pictures.
F&R Auto Sales in Westport, Massachusetts decided to hassle Palace Pizza employee Jarrid Tansey over $7. Simply put, the order totaled $42.xx. After handing two $20 bills and two $5 bills to the Tansey, the driver quickly left, but they called him back to return with their change. So, Tansey returned and the ensuing conversation was uploaded to YouTube, which caused quite an uproar online. These Yelp reviews prove it. Continue reading for the video (not safe for work language).
First shown on July 20, 2014 at the Fantasia Festival, Unfriended stars Shelley Hennig as one of several people terrorized by an anonymous person online. Entertainment Weekly summed it up by saying: "It's a horror film for everyone who can't remember life before Facebook, with an I Know What You Did Last Summer meets Pretty Little Liars plot that picks up a year after a teenager named Laura Barns committed suicide when an embarrassing video of her went viral." Continue reading to see why this movie has been the talk of the internet for these past few days.
Once the first child is officially born on Mars, interplanetary passports will need to have a "Planet of Birth" section on them, or so we'd like to think. The shower is a great place to come up with interesting, yet plausible, thoughts like these. I mean, humans are probably less than a decade away from building the first Mars (or Moon) colony, complete with living quarters, research labs, etc. Continue reading for more thoughts about the universe that actually make sense.
Naptime with Theo and Beau became an instant hit online when the images began making the social media rounds last year. Now, the napping duo has become a trio with their new baby sister named Evangeline (nicknamed Evvie). She may be younger than her brother and dog, but from the looks of things she has the whole napping game down to a tee. Their mother, Jessica Shyba, currently runs a blog called Mommas Gone City and will be releasing a book with a compilation of these images soon - product page. Continue reading to see all the new images.
Alan Ralsky is a convicted American fraudster, best known for his activities as a spammer. He gained much of his notoriety following a December 2002 interview with The Detroit News. The article was soon posted to Slashdot and the address of his newly built home was posted to Slashdot not long after that. Hundreds of Slashdot readers then searched the Internet for advertising mailing lists and free catalogs and signed him up for them. As a result, he was flooded with junk mail. He said: "They've signed me up for every advertising campaign and mailing list there is. These people are out of their minds. They're harassing me". Continue reading for more interesting facts.
Parody accounts have existed since the start of social media, and "Omgliterallydead" is the latest on Instagram, which follows the daily life of a skeleton. "I basically stumbled upon the creation of omgliterallydead. In early October, a pose-able, plastic skeleton arrived at our office. My coworkers took to it; someone taped a Starbucks cup to the skeleton's hand and I took a photo for my personal Instagram. (This was at the height of the Pumpkin Spice Latte craze.)," according to Buzzfeed Life. Continue reading to see more adventures.
Believe it or not, entrepreneur and treasure hunter Gregor Sporri came across a 15-inch-long (38 cm) mummified finger during a 1988 expedition in Egypt. Chopped at the bone, this giant appendage is a dark color and peeled at the edges like crumpled paper with the finger nail still intact. Found in the grave of a giant mummy somewhere near the Giza pyramids, if the finger belonged to a normal human being, they would stand 16-feet tall. Continue reading for more fascinating historical artifacts that will make you look twice.
Quotation marks are basically punctuation marks used in text to indicate the words of another speaker or writer. Both of these words are sometimes abbreviated as "quote(s)". Sometimes, the use of quotes is completely unnecessary, like the "security guard" booth above, with a sleeping guard inside to boot. As rare as these may be in the wild, internet users have posted some of the best they've seen for the world wide web to see. Continue reading for more.
Let's face it, spending an hour or more mowing the lawn isn't the best way to start off a weekend, but what if there was an easier, and more enjoyable way of completing the chore? Introducing the Mowercycle. Simply put, it's the combination of a normal bicycle with a traditional manual lawnmower. Having a completely autonomous robotic lawnmower might be even better, but that would definitely cost a lot more than the Mowercycle. Continue reading for more innovative ideas that exist now, but should be used everywhere.