Tuesday, March 31, 2015

This is the artwork at a childcare center in Argentina

Physicist Richard Feynman describing what fire really is and how it works. The way he can explain such a complicated concept so simply and elegantly is genius.


My whole life is a lie

Woman takes a dump in a hospital corridor with people around and no one notices until she’s done


The dogs in Charge

Eminem blatantly plagiarizing


This is how you get 3 years in jail


This is Tevor Noah, he will replace Jon Stewart on the Daily Show when he retires later this year.


Ginny Weasley all grown up.

So deep, I can’t even see anymore

The Secrets of Making Adygei Cheese

Adygei cheese comes from the Circassian national cuisine. It is made in the Russian republic of Adygeya and in some other places including those located in former Soviet countries. Today we are going to join blogger aslan and visit the … Read more...

Highly Secret Soviet Communication Center Under the Ground

Government and military communication has been important in all times. In the time of a cold war it was crucial to provide faultless information transfer even in the conditions of a nuclear conflict. With such a purpose the system of … Read more...

Used to be addicted to tanning, haven’t gone in 4 months when used to go daily. Before and after. May not seem like any significance to some, but am very proud of myself and learning to be confident

Used to be addicted to tanning, haven’t gone in 4 months when used to go daily. Before and after. May not seem like any significance to some, but am very proud of myself and learning to be confident

A look into the life of a junkie. A jaw-dropping look at reality (40 Pictures)

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Won a trip to Puerto Rico and couldn’t take my wife. Didn’t have a single second of fun. (14 Pictures)

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In Busta Rhymes’ 2012 song "Why Stop Now", at the end of his blazingly fast first verse he challenges Youtubers to attempt to rap it. Here’s Busta watching the videos.


I made an optical illusion clock. Let me know what you think!


These guys are as Canadian as it gets


New Compound Allows Humans To See In The Dark

Scientists recently tested a substance known as Chlorin e6 (Ce6) that has been previously known to treat blindness, by applying it directly to a man's eyes. The testing proved that the substance could hold remarkable power as they found that it allows humans to see through the darkness over a distance of 50 meters for a couple of hours.

Shocking Health Secrets From The Oldest People On Earth

Who would have thought that bad habits like these ones would actually extend your life.

Olive oil, port wine, cigarettes, and chocolate:

Before she passed at the age of 122, Jeanne Calment was a staunch proponent of slathering her food (and herself) in olive oil, a steady intake of port wine, and consuming 2 lbs of chocolate a week to keep herself alive. That, and she smoked a cigarette or two every day until she was 117.

Get friendly with Dr. Pepper:

Elizabeth Sullivan of Forth Worth, Texas attributes her 104 years of life to having had no fewer than 3 cans of Dr. Pepper a day for the better part of the last century. When asked about the health risk, Sullivan said, "Every doctor that sees me says they’ll kill you, but they die and I don’t, so there must be a mistake somewhere.”

Fry yourself up some bacon:

Pearl Cantrell (105) credits her longevity to eating bacon. Every. Single. Day.

"Cigarettes, whiskey, and wild, wild women":

Though he passed away recently, Henry Allingham attributed his 113 spectacular years on this planet to a steady diet of "cigarettes, whiskey, and women"... though his happy, carefree attitude may also had some part in his longevity.

Bingo, and lots of puzzles:

For Milly Smith, the last 3-decade-push across the centenarian finish line has been all about two things: playing bingo, and doing jigsaw puzzles.

Raw eggs, and no husbands:

At 115 years of age, Italian Emma Morano is the oldest living person in Europe. Her secret? She drinks 3 raw eggs every day (and has for a century), and hasn't had any interest in the opposite sex since she and her husband split in the '30's.

Sushi and sleep:

Recently crowned the oldest living person in the world at the age of 117, Misao Okawa's secret to everlasting life is simple: sleep a bunch, and enjoy sushi.


Author Bel Kaufman (who passed away last year at the age of 103) credits her long life to one of the simplest human pleasures: "Laughter keeps you healthy. You can survive by seeing the humor in everything. Thumb your nose at sadness; turn the tables on tragedy. You can't laugh and be angry, you can't laugh and feel sad, you can't laugh and feel envious."

Scotchy, Scotch, Scotch:

Samuel Henry "Errie" Ball, one of the competitors in the first Masters Golf Tournament, attributed his living through 103 rock-solid years to drinking two scotches a day, being easy-going, and having a wonderful wife.

Porridge, and a staunch avoidance of the opposite sex:

Scottish woman Jessie Gallan turned 109 earlier this year, and revealed to the world her two big secrets to living for nearly 11 decades: a daily bowl of porridge, and cutting the stress of men out of her life completely.

If Your Girlfriend Does Any Of These Things She's Definitely Crazy

If any of these things look familiar to you there's probably a good chance that your girlfriend is crazy. Take our advice, run.