Thursday, May 31, 2012

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

A mystical land of a thousand waterfalls


If this stunning waterfall landscape seems familiar to you, don’t be alarmed. This particularly other-worldly region of Oahu(Hawaii) served as the backdrop for the popular TV series, “Lost.”

You know you've been there


You all had that annoying childhood friend


Michael Jordan drops 50 in consecutive playoff games





When Pikachu, Winnie and the gang go wild...


I have a car as a bookcase. It's cool.


Da lying lama


Made by Od!

Monday, May 28, 2012

Who doesn't want to walk down this street?


Sorrento, Italy

An impossible shot



Day off at Seaworld


Boxman gonna get you


This 900-pound box man is the brainchild of Argentinian Pablo Curutchet. Requiring 11 people to mount the boxy and made of cardboard man in place, Curutchet and his crew completed the installation in 2006. The entire sculpture stood 28 feet above street level.



The world's craziest bars (part 2)

6. Sugarloaf Kiosk, Brazil


Sugarloaf Kiosk’s bar isn’t as crazy as the effort you have to make to get there. Located in Rio de Janeiro, the mountain-top bar is only accessible via two ways: a 75-passenger cable car ride or a steep 1, 296 foot climb to reach the summit.


7. Floyd’s Pelican Bar, Jamaica


Not the most stable looking establishment, Floyd’s Pelican is a small shack located off the south coast of Jamaica in Parottee Bay. Patrons can often hitch a local boat ride to get to the bar and often stand knee-deep in the water.


8. Zulunkhuni River Lodge, Malawi


A five-hour trek or a five-hour ferry ride will get you to the bizarre but beautiful Zulunkhuni River Lodge in Lake Malawi, Malawi. The lodge consists of four thatched huts next to a bar and restaurant, which are built into a rock cave near a waterfall. Though there is no electricity, you can stock up on the famous vodka-filled watermelons, which are chilled in a kerosene icebox.


9. NASA, India


This space-inspired bar is located in Bangalore, India is replete with intergalactic décor for patrons. The staff serves the goods in spacesuits, and space tags like Fuel Tank (bar) and Humanoid Disposal (toilets) are used. Even better, laser-light shows serve as nightly entertainment, and tables even have rocket fins attached.


10. The Baobab Tree Bar, South Africa


As the name suggests, this South African bar is built inside the hollow trunk of a huge 6,000-year-old baobab tree.




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Zombies broke free


2012 Sydney zombie walk

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Teacher troll


Netherland Dwarf



Harry really wants a rabbit. Harry's dad really wants his wife back. And somehow in the middle of all this wanting, they both seem to have forgotten that they already have each other.

This must be paradise


The fourth-longest river in Africa, the Zambezi River boasts a length of 2,200 miles as well as being home to the stunning Victoria Falls.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

When sleeping with your brother takes a weird turn...


The Carmelo Anthony song



Fresh, healthy and... Greek


Watermelon, mint and feta cheese.

Street Art that makes you call the police


Mark Jenkins’ disturbing and realistic installations have been known to cause many 911 calls. Using the city as his canvas, Jenkins litters the landscape with sculptures of headless and faceless humans, dead or sleeping bodies, often to provide a social commentary on how homeless people are dehumanized by the masses.




When your haircut isn't right...


Friday, May 25, 2012

This weather doesn't suit Greece, but for Norway it's fine.


Located in the municipality of Stranda in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway, the Dalsnibba mountain boasts snow-covered peaks and a nearby lake, thus making it a very popular tourist destination.

No parking spot? Ok, I'll just park under the garden.


Is texting and driving impossible?



Sure, my dog can do that!


Military dog training.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Ο Γιώργος Παπανδρέου μας ευχαριστεί όλους!


It's a cool house, okay...


Known as Falling Water, American architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed the home in 1935 for the well-endowed owners of Kaufmann’s Department Stores.

Unhelpful high school teacher


Picking up girls with video games lines



Chris Bosh is creepy...wait what? Oh ok, Chris Bosh again...


or maybe...


Who wants to jump in?


Dragon Falls, Venezuela

The most historical insults

1. Winston Churchill


The extremely witty and much-loved British Prime Minister Winston Churchill tops the list with his verbal spat with Lady Astor. The conservative dame forever admonished Churchill for his cigars and alcohol habits, and Churchill was not one to take the insults lying down. Of their famous squabbles, the most memorable is when Astor commented, “If you were my husband, I’d poison your tea.” Churchill’s riposte? “Madame, if you were my wife, I’d drink it.

2. Gandhi


His advocation of non-violence doesn’t mean Gandhi wasn’t lethal with his wit. One such incident was when Gandhi traveled to London and a reporter asked him what he thought of Western civilization. Gandhi replied with this scathing remark: “I think it would be a good idea.

3. Abraham Lincoln


During a debate, the popular but not so attractive Abraham Lincoln was accused of being two-faced. Lincoln’s rebuttal proved more self-effacing than insulting, but people still felt the sting around the room. He retorted: “If I had two faces, do you think I’d be wearing this one?

4. Babe Ruth


In the 1920s, the prolific Yankee batsman Babe Ruth was having such a great run that he soon scored a $80,000 salary. But when the financial crisis hit home in the early 1930s, Yankees officials asked Ruth to slash his pay by $5000—a request Ruth declined. At a later press conference an intrepid reporter commented that Ruth had a higher salary than current President Hoover and received a cutting remark: “Maybe so,” Ruth retaliated, “but I had a better year than he did.

5. John Wilkes


When unconcerned with being diplomatically correct, politicians spew the best insults of all time. Such was the case between the 18th century political rivals, John Montagu and John Wilkes. During one of their verbal sparring matches, Montagu spat at Wilkes and said, “Upon my soul, Wilkes, I don’t know whether you’ll die upon the gallows, or of syphilis.” Wilkes retorted, “That will depend, my Lord, on whether I embrace your principles, or your mistress.