Do you wish you had a car smart enough to drive itself, without hitting anything that gets in front of it and being able to drive it underwater. I guess it’s possible though. Watch the car in action below.
Age is a funny thing- when we’re young, we can’t wait to get older; when we’re old, we don’t want to get any older. We’ll start to lie about our age, ignoring our birthdays, (try to) preserve the youthfulness. What age do you think, if any at all, you’ll start to evade the questions, “How old are you?”
Although I’ll try to preserve my youthfulness with creams, hair color, and of course exercise and diet, I hope that I can grow old gracefully.
Take a look at the video above; From the good ol’ toddler years, to hitting the triple digits- men, women, children reveal their age while hitting a drum (some of them just hit the drum). My favorite is #91. Enjoy!
If you’ve ever visited Myspace or Facebook, you’ve likely noticed all the poor quality, blurry, and unprofessional photos that people use for their profiles. Well, if you want to learn why those people have chosen those photos instead of putting a quality photo up, visit Buttafly, and learn how to interpret them. Most of the interpretations on the site basically end up with the person being fat, ugly, nerdy or lazy, and for the most part it’s probably true. I bet that doesn’t stop most people though, even after they find out what that person really looks like.
How do you describe a photo that doesn’t even exist. If you visit Unphotographable you’ll learn how. Take this one for example:
This is a picture I did not take of the shoplifter with a limp, who sketchily tailed me last night into the record store, and whom I watched place a CD right on the other side of the security detector so he could reach behind himself and grab it on his way out the door, which he did, and for which he got busted busted busted after I intervened and the store clerks saw what was up, but he scratched one of them and fled when the police were summoned.
These are really awesome. These are just like really short stories that put exact images into your mind and make you feel like you’re actually there. You should at least read a few of them, if not all.
Shopping online is a relatively routine experience for most of us whether it’s for clothing, accessories, text books, or secret obsessions; click objects, add to cart, confirm ordering information, confirm billing information, 3-5 days later, presto! But where’s the fun in that?
Well, the good people over at HEMA, a Dutch-based company, has transformed the monotonous experience of online shopping into a quite exhilarating one. Check out their homepage of random objects available for purchase as the items lend a hand into their very own demise. Enjoy!