Thursday, April 26

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I Can’t Decide Whether This Makes Me Hungry Or Sick. Probably Both, But I Don’t Plan On Trying.

I Can’t Decide Whether This Makes Me Hungry Or Sick. Probably Both, But I Don’t Plan On Trying.

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In Aarhus, Denmark, possibly the greatest thing ever happened. Someone had the brilliant idea of cooking the world's biggest burger and letting the public join in all of the beefy goodness. Luckily, Reddit user Abeneezer was there to witness the glorious event. It's completely normal if you feel insanely jealous. A special oven had to be used in order to cook the meat through for the world's biggest burger. Once on the table, a LOT of cheese had to be added... A cardiac arrest level of cheese. And what upstanding burger wouldn't have a bit of bacon on it? SO MUCH BACON. ...
You Think You Know What The World Looks Like. Then You Look At It Like This And… WHOA. Amazing.

You Think You Know What The World Looks Like. Then You Look At It Like This And… WHOA. Amazing.

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When you change your perspective, you can change your entire world. Think of humanity. How do you picture daily life for yourself and everyone around you? There’s almost a guarantee you don’t see it the same way American photographer Alex S. MacLean does. He has been giving others unique view of the world for over 40 years. He likes to take a step back to view life… from 5,000 feet high. He takes incredible aerial photos of the world around him. 1.) Beautiful and vibrant flower fields in Lompoc, California. Alex MacLean 2.) Various lobster boats float lazily in the waters near Tremont, Maine, looking like a clothing pattern. Alex MacLean 3....
If You’re Looking For A Very Different Dining Experience, Try These Restaurants.

If You’re Looking For A Very Different Dining Experience, Try These Restaurants.

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Let's face it, going to dinner can get repetitive and boring. No matter how much you love food, you can get in kind of a restaurant rut. You can grow tired of the normal routine of ordering your drinks, ordering your food, yawn, yawn, yawn. If you're looking to spice up your dining experience, then you absolutely must go to these bizarrely themed and oddly placed restaurants across the world. It will surely kick your restaurateur experience up a notch.  1.) Eating with the fishes. list25 Located 16 feet below sea level at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island in the Republic of Maldives, Ithaa is was the world´s first undersea restaurant. Providing not only delicious luxury meals but also incredibl...
Imagine Looking Up At The Sky And Seeing This Coming At You. That’s What Happened To These People.

Imagine Looking Up At The Sky And Seeing This Coming At You. That’s What Happened To These People.

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Check out these amazing (and somewhat scary) photos of storms from all over the world. I don't know about you, but if I were to experience some of those lightening storms first hand I'd be cowering under a desk while sobbing like a baby, thinking the apocalypse had arrived. Storm rains over Brighton, Colorado. Storm approaching in Cape York, Australia. Stunning lightning storm over Texas. Storm appears to be filling a bowl at the National Congress of Brazil. Thousands of orange helium balloons released in celebration at the start of the new NFL season before a Broncos game. Denver, Colorado. ...
Here Are 21 Food Hacks That’ll Make You Run For The Kitchen. #8 Changes EVERYTHING… OMG.

Here Are 21 Food Hacks That’ll Make You Run For The Kitchen. #8 Changes EVERYTHING… OMG.

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Being an adult and preparing food for yourself can be a boring, tiresome business. Fear no more. We have some tips to help you out. We found 21 awesome food hacks that'll make eating so much better, you won't know how you even lived before. Preparing for cookouts and parties is easy when you know these ridiculously simple tips. Summer 2014, we're ready for you. 1.) Make easy cheesy bread with an already-baked loaf. 2.) Breakfast just got interesting. 3.) Use a peeler to create pretty lemon flowers. 4.) Melted banana split? Yes please. 5.) Use an apple corer on potatoes for quick wedges. ...
Did You Know Your Favorite Disney Cartoons Were Inspired By REAL Things? Wow.

Did You Know Your Favorite Disney Cartoons Were Inspired By REAL Things? Wow.

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No matter how old you are, Disney has probably been a staple of your life at some point. Maybe you first felt the spark of romance while watching Sleeping Beauty, or you just couldn't quite tear your kids (or yourself) away from a Lion King VHS tape... either way, Disney has the world hooked. (No wonder they make about $40 billion a year.) Did you know that some of the most iconic and beloved Disney cartoons were based on real things? Characters, castles and stories all have real-life inspirations that you probably weren't aware of. Buckle in, your nostalgic memories are about to be turned upside down.  1.) The Evil Queen from Snow White was based on Joan Crawford. flavorwire 2.) Snow White was bas...
These 25 Photos Were Accidentally Timed So Perfectly That They’re Brilliant. I Love The Last One.

These 25 Photos Were Accidentally Timed So Perfectly That They’re Brilliant. I Love The Last One.

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Capturing the perfect photo can give anyone great satisfaction. (Then again, it's almost better when that perfect photo happens by complete and utter accident.) These 25 photos were accidentally timed so perfectly, they literally couldn't be any better. Even if someone tried, they wouldn't be able to make these pictures more perfect than they are already. I have a feeling #16 is going to make you LOL. 1.) Sit? Stay? Play fetch? Walk on water? This dog can do it all! 2.) Dear Lord, I thank you for all of my fishies. And my adorable face. 3.) Hey, are the girls still looking??? 4.) I'm open man! I'M OPEN! ...
If Life Gets You Down, Just Be Creative. You Can Keep Your Chin Up That Way!

If Life Gets You Down, Just Be Creative. You Can Keep Your Chin Up That Way!

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Let's face it: life can really stink sometimes. Something or someone can really cut you down. Fate can turn against you. It's times like these when we're truly tested. It's how we respond that defines who we are as a person. We're most creative when we rise above challenges and put something together using our creative minds. After seeing what these uber-creative people can do, maybe you will be inspired to rise above a bad situation, yourself. 1.) What else would you be able to do? Imgur 2.) A bottle nosed... armpit? Imgur 3.) Don't let Hurricane damage keep you down. Imgur 4.) It's almost wort...
Once You See What People Have Found In Their Food, You’ll Never Eat Out Again.

Once You See What People Have Found In Their Food, You’ll Never Eat Out Again.

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Finding something in your food is one of the absolute worst things that can happen. Chances are, you'll never eat there again, lest you remember that cockroach baked into your hamburger. Ugh.. just saying that makes me queasy. Everyone makes mistakes (even people in the food and service industry)... but it would be hard to forgive these slip-ups. 1.) Cockroaches, ants, insects, oh my! Collective Evolution McDonalds patrons have found all of these recently in their food. Hungry still? 2.) Chicken head. Yahoo Back in the day a woman loved chicken nuggets. But this one was farrrr from the usual white meat goodness we normally expect to find. That's ok though, McD...
A Man Takes A Single Rake to The Beach. And When You Zoom Out And See It… Mind BLOWN.

A Man Takes A Single Rake to The Beach. And When You Zoom Out And See It… Mind BLOWN.

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If you live in San Francisco, California, then you may be lucky enough to come across the art of Andres Amador. He doesn't paint or sculpt. He prefers a medium that is temporary but absolutely beautiful: a sandy beach at low tide. He uses a rake to create works of art that can be bigger than 100,000 sq. ft. He spends hours creating these intricate masterpieces, knowing that the tide will soon come in and wash away his work forever. For Andres, his art is "more about the process and less about the result." Andre Amador He knows that it will all be temporary. Andre Amador While making his beach mural explorations, he uses a rope as a guide so that he can make t...