Manscaping is what celebrated British hair stylist Daniel Johnson, calls his work of styling body hair. Daniel has a client list that includes some very well known names, and it’s understandable given his skill. One of his projects, with assistance from Braun includes shaving patterns into men’s hairy chests. Now that requires not just skill with the trimmer and shaver, but also quite an eye for art and detail.
Trying to nap at work can be dangerous, wearing a futon so you could take a nap at work is ludicrous. Well, maybe it isn’t so bad because the Japanese apparently have a tradition called Inemuri, or sleeping on the job, which is considered perfectly acceptable. Well, if your workplace has no problem with you taking a nap, maybe it isn’t such a bad idea after all. Except the part about wearing a futon. Nothing can justify that.
Getting this sofa would give your room a “unique” look, but that’s not necessarily a good thing. Photograph by Miss Lili Potkin.
South Korea is one of the biggest destinations for cosmetic surgery. People from neighboring countries like China and Japan often visit South Korea to get surgeries. Apparently, they have a good reason to make such trips. While generally surgeries like these make small, localized changes, the South Koreans pull off an entirely new look where the patients are “enhanced” versions of themselves.
Pacu, as this fish is incorrectly called in place of the violent spawn of hellfire that it is, happens to be a native of South American freshwaters. Pacu is a relative of the Piranha, but mostly it is an omnivore with vegetative tendencies and prefer nuts and fruits; except for when they attack and kill other fish, or chomp on human nuts.
Artist Abraham Poincheval lived for thirteen days inside a bear. When we say bear, we mean this very bear-like structure where the artist decided to spend 13 days. The bear was positioned in the center salon at the musée de la chasse et de la nature in Paris. Visitors were encouraged to interact with the artist, or the dude who sleeps in the bear. Facilities were included inside the sculpture to cater to basic needs like food and water. The bear even had its own electricity.
People will do crazy things to avoid going to work on a Monday, and we can totally understand and sympathize with this man’s predicament. Monday morning this week, at 7:25 a.m., Florida resident Dwayne A. Yeager called the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office to inform them of a burglary at his house.
It’s yellow so it is a match, unless you had some iron-rich food for dinner. Ideally, we would suggest mixing up the gold embossed toilet paper with the gold pooping pill. The toilet paper is gilded with 24 karat gold, and has a few design options to choose your preference. Designs are custom made by Fritz Loibl for the German company Tissue Design. Each roll is priced at $246.
Here is a simplistic view at life if there ever was one. Pinch this butt lamp to light it up, slap the butt to switch it off. That’s just the magic of glowing butts, where the sun shines right out of the arse. The glowing butt lamp by London based designer Joseph Begley is called Slap It, and offers “a multi-sensory experience to make you smile.”
Performance artist Millie Brown creates paintings with bright splashes of color. The bright colors, rather than go straight into the canvas first take a detour into the stomach of the artist, from where they come out as vomit onto the canvas.