This hilarious comic from Jake Likes Onions does quite a job at explaining the basics of “fixing” electronics.
I have always thought face packs look weird, well, at least now you can decorate the weirdness in a kawaii with these designer face packs. I have to say, I’m partial towards the Nightmare Before Christmas face pack, but there is quite a selection to go around to suit your preference. It’s cool, but still kind of weird. Available for purchase on JapanTrendShop.
San Francisco-based artist Diego Gómez has created quite an impressive set with this mashup that presents Disney Princesses as X-Men. I guess we should wait for a reverse mashup as well, with X-Men as Disney Princesses. Wolverine as Belle would make quite a great movie; The Beast and The Beast. On second thought, The Beast would probably work better than Wolverine.
These humorous plaques were put by unknown people on the benches of Cheshire West and Chester City as a mark of protest to the proposed Public Space Protection Order. While the city views the plan as a way to combat ‘antisocial’ behavior in the local area, the protestors hold the view that PSPO could ‘target the homeless and socially vulnerable’.
One could have their bandaids explain what happened in detail, or you could use the Boo-Boos to totally not exaggerate the injury by making it look worse than it is. You don’t get to say “Tis but a scratch” for a papercut – you’ve got to earn your right to say it.
There it is, ladies and gentlemen – the elusive northern water squirrel. Don’t mess with it, it has mad waterbending skills.
Beauty is subjective, and in the eye of the beer holder beholder. The video here takes a quick look at the standards of feminine beauty and body type, starting from ancient Greece, and covering several points in history to finally reach the modern age.
Why would you want to burn your selfie onto your toast? You don’t. But, well, it’s an interesting idea so maybe you ought to try it. It’s probably not as fun as having Jesus on the toast, but you’ll learn to live with it.
It’s a pretty standard exercise to see published celebrity images that have been touched up with photoshop to make the celebs appear thinner, often going to impossible limits. Well, but then not everyone likes seeing people thin. So artist David Lopera went the opposite route and decided celebrities needed to get a “bit” chubbier.
This very long exposure shot of the Earth was captured by astronaut Don Pettit, who spent time aboard the International Space Station during Expeditions 30 and 31. Numerous images of 30 second exposure were captured and stacked together to create this image, which presents a 15 minute exposure.