Sunday, November 15, 2009

Cakes In Different Styles

2girls1cup cake: somehow I've just lost my appetite... (Link)

I so much want a Chuck Norris cake for my next birthday. (Link)

I bet he wasn't expecting this photo on his cake. (Link)

Happy 60th birthday: it's time to use diapers! (Link)


Yes, it's Tom Selleck in his birthday suit. (Link)

Butt b-day cake, with cellulite included! (Link)


What a shitty birthday cake... (Link)

The next time you want someone special to bake you a Chewbacca birthday cake, you might want to be very specific about how you want your favorite Wookiee to look and taste! (Link)

David Almasi and his wife Nancy had a birthday party for Ronald Reagan this week. They've shared a picture of the cake. I bet Ronald was delighted! (Link)

Great news! (Link)

Friday, November 13, 2009

How to make Bacon Food

Watch how one of the nation most beloved food is prepared!

Largest Bikini-Clad Girls Parade

Hundreds of bikini-clad girls took to the streets of Johannesburg to set a new Guinness record for the World’s Largest Bikini Parade, defeating the previous record, set by participants in Las Vegas in May.

In total, 287 scantily-clad girls walked 1,690 meters on Melrose Arch Boulevard. Participants hoped that, in addition to setting a world record, the parade would raise awareness of breast cancer, a condition affecting one in every thirty South-African women. The event took place on November 9th, 2009.

Beautiful Houseboat Kettuvalloms In Kerala

These unique boats are called Kettuvalloms and they are one of the most important tourist attractions of Kerala, India. Kettuvalloms have almost everything: bedrooms with terraces, balconies with comfortable seating, bathrooms and even kitchen with private chef.

While cruising you will see memorable sights such as ancient temples and ruins, oppulant rice fields, water lillies, local villages and coconut groves, A cruise along the palm-fringed waterways of Kerala in a luxury houseboat is the most enchanting holiday experience in India today.

Monalisa Made From Motherboard

Do you have a handful of old computer parts laying around? Why not recreate the Mona Lisa using motherboards?

Photos of a Mona Lisa collage created entirely from motherboard chips lies at Asus' headquarters.

Source: flickr