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29 Drawings Will Make You Question Everything Wrong In The World


Pawel Kuczynski, a Polish artist has worked in satirical illustration specialising in thought-provoking images that make his audience question their everyday lives.

His subjects deal with everything from poverty to social media and politics. All of them have a very distinct message if you look closely enough. [Read the rest of this entry…]

How To Eat Pussy – A Magical Guide For Evolved People


When a woman finds a man who gives good head, she’s found a treasure she’s not going to let go of too quickly. This is one rare customer and she knows it. She won’t even tell her girlfriends about it or that guy will become the most popular man in town.

Hey, I have a lot of respect for all you guys who like to eat pussy because there are too few of you out there. And I’m not the only woman who says this. Furthermore, some of you guys who are giving it the old college try are not doing too well, so maybe this little lesson will help you out. [Read the rest of this entry…]

The Real-life Popeye (15 photos)

Arlindo de Souza 1 The Real life Popeye (15 photos)

A Brazilian bodybuilder Arlindo “The Mountain” de Souza (43) is risking infection, amputation and even death by injecting a cocktail of mineral oil and alcohol into his arms in order to make them bigger. [Read the rest of this entry…]

China proposes to fund and build high-speed rail line from Beijing to Vancouver


China is contemplating on building a high-speed railway that will link Beijing to Vancouver, a 13,000 kilometre route that will cross Siberia and reach Alaska through a 200 kilometres long tunnel under Bering Strait – the narrow point between the two continents. It was reported on state-run television and the Beijing Times newspaper earlier this month. According to another report by the English language version of China Daily, “The project will be funded and constructed by China. The details of this project are yet to be finalized.”

From Vancouver, the line will branch on to continue to Eastern Canada before reaching its final destination on the American East Coast. The line would be 3,000 kilometres longer than the epic Trans-Siberia railroad with trains traveling from end to end at an average of 350 km/h, completing a one-way trip in about 37 hours. One estimate pegs the cost of building such a line at $2 trillion with the main engineering challenge revolving around the technology needed to construct the Bering Strait undersea tunnel – a length four times that of the Chunnel between the United Kingdom and France and an area known for its seismic activity. The economics behind constructing and maintaining such expensive infrastructure is also in question. [Read the rest of this entry…]

Before and after: seeing how much the world has changed in the last century will blow your mind!

The 20th century has been a time of huge changes for the most part of the biggest cities of the world, with millions of people moving from countries to urban areas and the capitalism transforming the economy of the entire world.

Even if we all know that the development has been huge, seeing the images of how much the world has actually changed is really impressive.

In the following gallery you will see 18 of the cities that have been mostly affected by the incredible urbanization of the last century. We are sure that many of these photos will leave you speechless.

Which one transformation impresses you the most? Tell us in the comments! [Read the rest of this entry…]

Homemade Air Conditioner

Make your own air conditioner with a fan, copper tubing, clear tubing. small fountain pump (158gph) and ice water. cost $30. 45 Watts. can be run using “3 panel set” from harbor freight tools. very easy to make. runs on wall current or solar power system.

Photos that Confuse your Eyes and Brain

dont believe your eyes 01 1 Photos that Confuse your Eyes and Brain (41 photos) [Read the rest of this entry…]

A 3-Year Old Boy Walked Out On Stage and SHOCKED Everyone! INCREDIBLE!


Let’s just establish one fact right up front: This boy is cuter than anyone else on earth. Really. The evidence has all been considered, and the verdict is final. He’s adorable!

Three-year-old Zhang Junhao has some pretty impressive moves, (especially starting at 4:20… WOW!), but it’s the interview he gave at the end that made my whole soul smile.

I’m not going to tell you what he said, but just listen to the dream he has for his life at the eight-minute mark. Such a sweetie! If you think Zhang Junhao is going to grow up to be someone pretty special, share his dream and SHARE this post! [Read the rest of this entry…]

50 Things Every Woman Should Realize About Men


This one’s for the ladies. Fellas, you can hang around if you want to, but you gotta stand over there in the corner and be real quiet. Don’t worry, I’m not gonna hit on your girlfriends and wives, but I got a few things to tell them. Trust me, this is for your own good.

Okay girls, now it’s just you and me. You’re all looking very pretty today, maybe we can go grab a drink sometime—no, shit. I promised I wouldn’t do that. Sorry. Habit. Anyway, the reason I pulled you all aside…is to show you my penis. Wait! Don’t leave, I was just kidding. Okay, I think I got it all out of my system now. [Read the rest of this entry…]

25 Brilliant Prank Ideas For April Fools’ Day


April Fools’ Day (April 1st) is fast approaching, so we thought we might offer a few prank ideas for the more mischievous pandas among you (and if you’re not prone to mischief, now you’ll have some idea about what to look out for).

It’s unclear exactly where the April Fool tradition originated, but some people are more than happy to have the opportunity to play personal pranks on their friends, family members or coworkers. Similar precursor holidays can be found in Rome (the Festival of Hilaria on March 25th) and the medieval Feast of Fools in December.

Some also believe that the holiday stems from Pope Gregory XIII’s decision to restore January 1st as New Year’s day on the Gregorian calendar – the Julian calendar that it replaced celebrated New Year’s day on April 1st. [Read the rest of this entry…]