When you start searching on Google, it tries to autocomplete your search term using the most popular words to follow. These images show what people think of various countries of the world, depending on the word that autocompletes the Google question “Why is [country] so”
Following his superb series of animal sounds in different languages, artist James Chapman has a couple new illustrations that show the word for sneeze in different languages. The illustrations focuses on the sound, rather than the action itself. Interestingly enough, the artist points out an article that says the sound we make while sneezing is a cultural habit, and thus the sound of the sneeze changes through different languages.
He’ll need to suit up!
Now that’s a pillowcase set made quiet suitable for Valentine’s Day. As the seller mentions, it also happens to be the “true pillow talk” because “I love you, I love you more” is all the pillow talk that happens. Costs $23.59.
Unicorns as shoe heels do quiet have the potential to make this a shoe of choice. Shoenicorn Chasers you see here are apparently a teaser out of the spring/summer collection of footwear brand Irregular Choice.
Be a badass on wheels when you wear a skeleton for a helmet. It’s bright red and way too shiny, but you could probably make do with one until you can get your hands on something that looks like the real deal. Available on Amazon.
Robocup keeps your coffee well. If only it had a donut holder, robocup would make an excellent companion for cops. The cup is made from ceramic and is dishwasher and microwave safe.
The works of Finnish photographer Herra Kuulapaa show bullets just microseconds after they leave the barrel of the gun, often with fire, smoke and flaming powder in tow. The photographer says that the High Speed Ballistics series seeks to show the importance of firearm safety, and the inherent destruction that the discharged bullets are capable of. Several of these bullets are leaving the gun at speeds as high as 800 mph.
Snorlax and a sleeping pillow, now this was a combination that was meant to be and should have been made real way earlier. Well, it is real now, and that is not too shabby either. Currently available for pre-order at $40, and expected to be available from January 30.
Get yourself ready for some action with a notebook that appears to have come straight from the cartoon universe. That means it is designed to look like a notebook you would see in some classic cartoons, and the associated style. The lined notebook has 200 pages with angled edges and thick black borders to carry with the cartoon theme. Costs $13.