Women usually like all the cute and fluffy creature, they always want to pet them... But these creatures can be not that cute. And this is what can happen, if you try to get along with them... Have a look)
Kevin Briggs has saved hundreds of lives over the last 26 years. He is a California Highway Patrol Sergeant who patrols the Golden Gate Bridge and helps people who want to jump from there. In the first photo Kevin Berthia shakes the hand of Kevin Briggs, the officer who talked him down from throwing himself off San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge in 2005.
There seems to be no real reason behind this particular fashion movement but students in Japan have taken to wearing the same outfits to college each day.
Star Trek star and noted homosexual George Takei responds to bigots who believe in restricting the right to love to straight people only. Oh, snap, oh glorious snap.
Mortal Kombat was a funny movie based on the extremely popular video game series. That movie had a few flaws you might have missed. This is everything wrong with the movie Mortal Kombat in 7 minutes. These are some terribly funny movie fails.
Here are today's randomly awesome photos. This week has barely begun and already we can't wait for the weekend. Luckily for us we get gut busting photos like this to help get us through these long days. Enjoy a few laughs with these epic hilarious photos.
UK-based digital artist Dan Lester combines photography and illustration into clever and intriguing images that really make you question what you're looking at. Is it a photograph or a drawing? In actuality, it's both. The digital illustrator manages to bewilder his audience by merging the roles of model and artist into one entity in an innovative fashion. Unlike a typical set of self-portraits, the 21-year-old's Drawn On series depicts the multifaceted artist as the ultimate creator, drawing himself into the frame. His skilled hand is an extension of his drawing and vice versa.
Lets take a look at some famous celebrities who once rocked cheerleader uniforms. I think we would all love to see these sexy celebrities put these uniforms back on. Here they are celebrity cheerleaders then and now.
Sexy girls love to get out and have some fun. Luckily for us there is always a camera around to catch these cute girls at play. Looking good ladies. Keep up the great camera work.
Last year, over the course of a month and a half, Pixar story artist Emma Coats grabbed the Internet's attention when she shared some of Pixar's golden rules of storytelling, via Twitter. They were guidelines that she had learned, that she wanted to pass along to others. There were 22 in all. Just recently, Alex Eylar, aka ICanLegoThat, took 12 of those rules and illustrated them using, what else, but Legos! Storyteller, writer or not, they're golden nuggets of information one can apply to one's own life in one way or another.
Now this is not your typical wedding proposal. This is an extremely unconventional proposal. This man asks his girlfriend to marry him while they are grappling during a Jiu-Jitsu class. Cute or not?
The periodic table has never felt so adorably romantic! Nerdy Dirty is a series of graphics by designer Nicole Martinez that professes cute, nerdy affection with whimsical wordplay. The Boston-based artist uses clever puns and bright illustrations to combine the geekiness of science with the heartwarming language of love, presented as a series of brilliant play on words. The series expresses sentiments in a most charming manner that feels universal year-round. After all, it doesn't have to be Valentine's Day to tell your significant other that they "charge your particles."
X-Games Barcelona gave us some spectacular photos. Here are some high quality photos from the different events. These Extreme High Flying sports are very entertaining. Check out these epic photos.
These portraits by self-taught Italian artist Alberto Seveso are so original! He presents us with representations of human faces that are scattered across the canvas in broken swirls of color. Seveso is well-known for his many amazing ink-in-water photographs and these are no exception. The base of each image is formed from the process of ink slowly mixing and interacting underwater. In the fragmented ink blobs, Seveso identifies features that become the foundation for his portraits. He then uses his master skills with computer software to merge two photographs together into one unique portrait.
Redditor unpajarito submitted the image, above, being referred to as Dragon Cat. The fiery breath of the feline grabbed our attention so quickly that we had to look further into the work of artist Miguel P, aka PSHoudini. The Brazil-based artist uses his skilled hand in digital photo manipulation to produce images that merge two worlds, making for one incredibly surreal shot.
Poor Charlie Brown! He is such a lovable character with a big heart, but he can just never do anything right! For nearly 50 years, cartoonist Charles Schwartz created this little guy, along with many other members of the gang including Snoopy, Linus, Lucy, Sally, Pigpen, and Peppermint Patty. Today, artist Tony Medeiros uses this insecure main character and friends as the foundation for a little bit of outrageous humor on his blog called Paperback Charlie Brown.
If you love sweets then you will definitely like seeing this recreation of the London skyline. Created by Chris Naylor, the piece is composed of 2,186 sugar cubes and weighs almost 30 pounds. It was developed to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Museum of London Docklands. Actually 210 years old, the Museum of London Docklands building was one of several built by London sugar merchants. It is one of just two that survived a slew of massive fires in 1940. The building was recently restored and established as a museum just 10 years ago.
These playful sculptures are a visual reminder to keep a healthy diet. Each image features the ingredients for a delicious meal, with all of the parts organized into precariously balanced structures. Italian stylist Elena Mora collaborated with photographer Karsten Wegenerto to produce this series, entitled Ricettario: A Balanced Diet. The two artists have created a wonderfully fresh and modern series of still life images that will have viewers seeing their food in a whole new light. Included in the series are salmon, minestrone, margherita pizza, and apple cake. Each attractive and quite unexpected food presentation is set against a solid colored, complimentary background. The clean lines and harmonious arrangements will have you wondering how things don't topple over.
No, that isn't a young woman with a full-grown white beard, nor is the image Photoshopped. In fact, that's a cat looking up, right in front of a person's face. This great and hilarious photo illusion, created in-camera, is what's known as a Cat Beard. Cats have been getting all the attention on the internet and now their humans are getting in on the action (with their help, of course).
I would NOT want to be in the way of these Bengal white tigers when they are hungry! Australia-based photographer Birte Person wasn't quite as afraid. With the safety of distance, she was brave enough to capture these stunning shots of the rare animals during feeding time at the Singapore Zoo. The almost extinct white tiger is caused by a rare genetic recessive gene within the Bengal tiger species. The gene produces features including white fur, black stripes, and a pink nose. The few white tigers that still survive are in protective captivity although there have been reports of a handful spotted in the wild.
33 year old Laura Fernee claims that her remarkable beauty is the reason that she doesn’t work as she was harassed by men and shunned by women in her short career. After quitting her job two years ago, she is now supported by her elderly, wealthy parents who pay $3000 (£2,000) per month for rent and utilities as well as an additional $2300 (£1,500) for designer clothes. They apparently also foot the bill for regular gym workouts and beauty treatments! According to Laura, when others see beauty as a blessing, she sees it only as a curse.
Sharkskin gloves created by an Australian designer Sruli Recht is not only dangerous for your wallet because they cost $950 for a pair. They are also dangerous for your hands. Why? Let's see.
A compilation of "British people problems" memes. They will tell us something about British way of thinking. Very funny, have a look)
It's difficult to find an affordable place to live in NYC. Photos by THE WORST ROOM - a blog about trying to find affordable housing in New York city.