Most cabinets look boring, BUG by Janis Stroupe, does not. According to Houzz.com, "Its outer shape is formed from gently curved lines, while the areas in-between are filled with elegant, hollowed spaces that resemble the windblown sand of the seaside or the wavy patterns of the seabed. The closet can be perceived as an ode to the beetle, for looking at the BUG is comparable to gazing at a portrait of a king dressed in a purple mantle ." Continue reading for more random and interesting photos you might not have seen before.
Did you know that none of the characters featured in the film were on the original Guardians of the Galaxy team? That's right, according to io9, the "original line-up consisted of a 20th century astronaut fortuitously named Vance Astro, a crystalline alien named Martinex, a human living on Jupiter named Charlie-27, and a blue alien named Yondu from Alpha Centauri. Yondu will be in the GotG movie, played by Michael Rooker as a sort of mentor to Peter Quill, a.k.a. Star-Lord." Continue reading for more, including bonus behind-the-scenes clips.
Fake iPhones anything new, but when you see one that boasts a flip design, and is not so "smart", that's something you don't see everyday. Fortunately, this phone may still be able to fool some who know nothing about Apple devices, as the buttons do somewhat match the silver color. Other things that don't make sense include: an ATM inside a horse transport carriage, the Dr. Boy Game Boy wannabe, Hotmail: The Later Years, and more. Continue reading to see them all.
You read that right, Spielberg received an offer to direct the first Harry Potter movie, but said: "I purposely didn't do the Harry Potter movie because for me, that was shooting ducks in a barrel. It's just a slam dunk. It's just like withdrawing a billion dollars and putting it into your personal bank accounts. There's no challenge." Continue reading for more interesting facts that you probably didn't know.
It's so crazy that you'll probably think Photoshop, but Mike Parsons actually captured this Batman-like iceberg photo off the Little Bay Islands in Newfoundland earlier this month and posted it to Facebook. According to Parsons, "I didn't make the Batman connection when I posted it to Facebook. Icebergs always have unusual shapes and sizes; if you go around enough, you can pick out something in pretty much every iceberg." Continue reading for more.
Reddit has a sub-reddit where people are able to submit crazy ideas that could possibly be borderline genius, such as a notification that pops up if you're the first person ever to Google something. Or, a documentary following internet trolls to see how they are in real-life. Last, but not least, an app, like Shazam, that can record car noises and diagnose the problem. Continue reading for more.
Great service isn't that hard to find these days, but sometimes, the customer creates situations that leave you scratching your head. For example, a customer spotted $19.99 on a sign in the store and wanted to "scare" an employee into selling the item at that price, despite it actually saying "$19.99 and up". Or, the person trying to ask for a discount by lying about being the owner's brother. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a hognose snake that deserves an Oscar for its acting.
Physical greeting cards are slowly, but surely, being replaced with apps and other digital products, but companies are finding new ways to attract customers. These out-of-the-box cards boast "cute and novel card ideas to match the way we communicate in the digital world while still anchoring everything in a beautiful physical and visual presentation," according to Bored Panda. Continue reading for more.
Want to use your iPad Mini in bed, but don't want to hold it? Then there is one other option...use duct tape and create your own holder of sorts. Unfortunately (or fortunately), that is just one of the many people who decided to take laziness to the next level. Other examples include: building a super straw, using a prop for security, a no-hands burger holder, using a math tip at a restaurant, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.
Quartz is the second most abundant mineral in the Earth's continental crust, after feldspar. There are many different varieties of quartz, several of which are semi-precious gemstones. Especially in Europe and the Middle East, varieties of quartz have been since antiquity the most commonly used minerals in the making of jewelry and hardstone carvings. This giant piece however, was used to create a bathtub, valued at $1-million. Continue reading for more.