Technically speaking, a hipster is someone who follows the latest trends and fashions, especially those regarded as being outside the cultural mainstream. However, there is such a thing as going too far, and the people you see above are perfect examples. We understand bringing a typewriter to a local coffee shop doesn't require external power, but taking it inside would probably annoy everyone, due to the clicking noise. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for an incredible viral video showing what Chernobyl looks like today from a drone's view.
We're sure people won't be heading down to Jurassic Pork (if it still exists) for Black Friday deals tomorrow, but you can't deny that it's a funny and / or clever name for a food truck. As you can see, even if your prices aren't the lowest, as long as something sets you apart from the crowd, there are masses of internet users waiting to make you famous. Other examples include: "Surelock Holmes", "Pane in the Glass", "Indiana Bones Temple of Groom", and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.
At first glance, this may look like just another photo manipulation, but it's actually a real frost flower. To be more specific, this condition happens when thin layers of ice are extruded from long-stemmed plants in autumn or early winter. The thin layers of ice are often formed into exquisite patterns that curl into "petals" that resemble flowers. Continue reading for more images and information.
One internet user aboard an Air Canada flight to Vancouver heard a noise mid-flight, and then proceeded to see a screw come loose from the propeller before it headed straight into the window pane by his seat. In Skips_LegDay's own words: "So about halfway through my flight I heard a loud POP, looked out my window at a bolt that flew off the prop and broke through the outer pane." Once other passengers heard and saw what happened, they became frenzied. Fortunately, the plane landed safely. Continue reading for an up-close shot and more information.
Seiki's 65in 4K Ultra LED HDTV is currently being offered for only $1069.99 shipped, today only, originally priced at $3999.99. Bright whites and deep blacks are brought out with a 3200~4000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. HDMI and VGA inputs allow connection to all your high resolution and HDTV sources regardless of device. Product page. Continue reading for more images and information.
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Renato Barros, a 56-year-old Portuguese citizen purchased a small island on Funchal harbor, in Maderia, Portugal, for $31,000 and named it the Principality of the Pontinha, anointing himself Prince Renato II. Pontinha is just the size of a one-bedroom house, and has only four citizens - Barros, his wife, and his two children. In addition to his Portuguese passport, Barros holds a passport for Pontinha with the number 0001. He says: "I am whatever I want to be - that's the dream, isn't it. If I decide I want to have a national song, I can choose it, and I can change it any time. The same with my flag - it could be blue today, red tomorrow. Of course, my power is only absolute here, where I am the true sovereign." Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what happens when you turn on sprinklers in -48°C weather.
Many living rooms are larger than this, but Johannesburg-based architect Clara da Cruz Almeida has designed a micro 183-square-foot home (priced from $18,000), called the INDAWO / lifePOD, that has all the amenities you'd expect to find in a cozy apartment. Almeida collaborated with product design firm Dokter and Misses to construct space-saving, fold-out couches, a fold-down table, and enclosed storage that allow you to transform the space instantaneously. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
When you've got everything a man could want, such as a garage full of hypercars and mansions all over the world, the only thing left to do, besides philanthropy, is wrapping everything in gold, right? Well, that's exactly what this Porsche 918 Spyder owner in Dubai decided to do with their Weissach package hypercar. This vehicle straight from the factory boasts 875 hp and 944 lb-ft, and according to Justin Bell of DuPont Registry's 2014 Exotic Car Buyers Guide: "Porsche has created the car of tomorrow, today, and the 918 will forever change our perceptions of what a car can do." Continue reading for more images.
Black Friday is nearly upon us! With that said, there are Instagram accounts for just about everything these days, including food, travel, rich kids, and now, miserable men who were dragged shopping. This account specializes in men who've been dragged to the mall / store / etc. against their will, with bored guys holding purses, relaxing or sleeping on sofas, and others simply plopping down on the ground no matter where they happen to be. Continue reading to see a few who aren't looking forward to Black Friday shopping.
No, the crop circle-inspired design you see above was not created by aliens, but rather a tiny Japanese puffer fish. That's right, tiny silvery male puffer fishes are responsible for making the beautiful and elaborate underwater crop circles to attract a mate. They use their pectoral fins to carve an elaborate series of rings and ridges in the sand. Since they are constantly washed away by water flow, the tiny fish must constantly maintain them. The more elaborate the underwater 'crop circle' mating ring, the more likely the male puffer is to attract a female counterpart. Continue reading for a video and more information.