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.
Sense says there is no reason to be creeped out by bookmarks sticking out of books. Yet, books with tongues sticking out is probably an image I could do without. They are supposed to be cute and harmless, and yet there is something so very unnatural about a book sticking out a shining red tongue. They say it is funny, it probably is, in a very weird kind of way. The Big Mouth Bookmark is available at Suck UK.
No one said you need to go camping in that stinking tent fit for a plebian. What you need is something more elegant, more luxurious, and more of a portable shelter than some filthy tent. The tent is inspired by the Yurt, a portable structure that is commonly used by the nomads of Central Asia. That means the structure has to be easily portable, and comfortable enough to be a dwelling.
You don’t just steel a “Turkey and Swiss with mayo on rye” sandwich. Wait… is the victim using Comic Sans? You’ve lost all sympathy!
Feeling low? Light one of these candles, curl up in a corner, and cry your eyes out. The Flicking Candle Company is offering a collection of smells that would remind people of some of the most heart-breaking incidents in life. The flavors on the candle include a relatively benign “defriend” and climb all the way up to the soul sucking friendzone, Grandma’s last Christmas tree, college rejection letter, and freshly signed divorce papers.
‘Free Your Beard’ advertising campaign from razor company Schick was obviously intended to encourage people on the path of getting rid of their beards. We’ll say they missed the mark, and missed it good. Apparently, a beard is an animal uncomfortably sticking to your face, and one you would like to get rid of.
All you need to do is take a good, hard look, and you realize the Soccer World Cup logo is actually a facepalming dude. It seems this matches Captain Picard, but there’s hardly a resemblance, except the facepalm of course.