UnravelTheMusic.com is a new-ish social networking website for music lovers, but this one has a fun spin to it. As the name implies, this site is a social community where users can “unravel the music” and post the meanings of songs, rate other people’s interpreted meanings and also comment on songs.
I love this idea, because there’s always a song I hear on the radio that I just can’t dissect the meaning of the lyrics. One such example that comes to mind is pretty much anything from the band “Hurt.” There is so much emotion in their music, but what it really means could be anyone’s guess.
Maybe you have an idea of what some of “Hurt’s” songs mean. If you do, go to Unravel and post it so I can find out.
I think anyone with the slightest imagination has noticed at one point in time that an object they’re looking at kinda looks like it has a face. I love that!
Faces in Places is a fun blog that posts photos of objects people have sent in that they think look like they have faces. These are great. I always think a lot of car front ends look like faces. So go take a look or send in some pics of your own if you find a face in some place.
Some of them are hard to tell sometimes, which reminds me of my brother, because he used to always see faces in things when we were kids and it looked nothing like a face to me.
I think rich people eventually run out of “normal” things to waste their cash on, and just end up buying anything after a few years of living wealthy.
Could you imagine spending close to $400 on an apple carrier? It does nothing else special other than carry your apple. Or how about a platinum encased, diamond encrusted purse for $1.63 million dollars?
It would be nice to be able to throw money away like that wouldn’t it? It be nicer if the people who buy these things would donate to a better cause, like me ;). Just kidding.
If you’re rich and need some ideas of things to buy, or you’re poor like me and just want to see what kind of wacky things only rich people can afford, check out MaybeYouShouldntBuyThat.com. You’ll find everything from $12,000 perfumes to $3,000 gold vibrators.
I absolutely love the idea of Messed Up Dreams. Dreams are always so wacky and confusing. It’s too bad they’re so easily forgotten.
When I was in school for 3D animation and design, I used to write down every dream I had as soon as I woke up so that I wouldn’t forget. Then I would figure out ways to use them for my school projects. I came up with some wild stuff too.
One dream I remember well from childhood, which actually became a reoccuring dream for a short period of time (do I need counseling?), took place at my grandparents house up in the mountains. I only remember a small amount of it now, but I was being chased through her house by a bunch of Indians. Then out of nowhere, I was on a motorcycle and riding it up her staircase to the second floor trying to escape. I don’t remember the transition, but all of a sudden I was hopping from rooftop to rooftop on my motorycle, still being chased by Indians, except now I was in the desert and each building was miles away from the other. That’s all I remember.
I haven’t had a dream that I remember for quite a while now, but I’ve noticed that I usually get some cool dreams after starting something creative, like working in Photoshop or creating a new website. Or when I stay up late learning something new, like some confusing .htaccess stuff.
Have you had any weird dreams lately?
If you’re paying your kid’s way through college like Van Wilder, you better take a closer look at the classes they’ve been taking because they might be milking it on courses like “Learning how to argue with Judge Judy” or “Learning the Elvish language of “Lord of the Rings.”
OnlineUniversities.com put together an extensive list of 100 Hilarious College Courses that Really Exist from big name colleges and universities across the country.
Here’s a few that caught my eye:
- Invented Languages: Klingon and Beyond
- Harry Potter Lit
- European Witchcraft
- The American Vacation
- Alien Sex
- The Science of Superheroes
- The Amazing World of Bubbles
- Lego Robotics
- Star Trek and Religion
- Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang
- Underwater Basket Weaving
- The Art of Walking
- Getting Dressed
That’s only 12 I’ve pulled out of the list. Some of these classes do sound like they could be a lot of fun and probably help make learning a lot of fun. Others just look like a huge waste of money though. Check out the article for the course descriptions and and what colleges you can find them at.