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World's Coolest Money

Australian Dollar

"American money," in the words of Talking Heads frontman David Byrne, "is the ugliest money in the world." Every note is the same color and size, making for a particularly monotonous currency. Here are some more imaginative notes from around the world.


Original handle transmissions

Funny collection of original handles transmission cars.


Kim Kardashian & royal wedding

Hours after news broke of Kim Kardashian's engagement to Kris Humphries after about six months of dating, her little sister Khloe predicted a monstrous, royal bash for her sister. 30.
"It's going to be royal wedding number two," Khloe, 26, told E! News Wednesday. "I could only imagine Kim having the hugest wedding."

Greatest sports traditions

Hairy situation 

The dominant New York Islanders teams of the 1980s started the tradition of not shaving throughout the duration of the team’s postseason run. The practice is now copied by hockey teams at almost every level of the sport and even by athletes in other sports. The tradition isn’t for everyone though. In 2003, Adam Oates refused to join his Stanley Cup runner-up Anaheim Mighty Ducks in growing a playoff beard, noting that the supposed superstition works only for one of the 16 teams that make the postseason each year.


Artist Alex Gross

Alex Gross (Alex Gross) lives and works in Los Angeles, California. In 1990 he graduated from Art Center College of Design Pasadena. Gross original paintings, modern and slightly insane.


Top-20 National Flags of The Original

20. Uganda
In the center of the flag is a white circle with an image of a national symbol - the eastern crowned crane, looking toward the flagpole. Three colors represent the African people (black), the African sun (yellow) and African brotherhood (red - the color of blood that unites all human beings).

Flower Heads

Do you want to make an original gift to your friends? Keep the instructions how to make flower heads.
At such a gift, of course, decide not everyone, but a surprise is guaranteed:)


Ring in the form of food from SouZou Creations

Under the pseudonym SouZo Creations hiding Canadian Sofia, which the last 11 years living in Japan. Sofia creates and sells original jewelry in a variety of dishes. SouZou Creations translates as "creativity through imagination. "

Creative & Funny Outdoor Advertisement Designs

Sometimes Outdoor advertisement indulges, amuse and bring smile onto the lips if it is witty. This sort of advertisements gives their notice on a busy street when you are driving or on foot. Many of products reach to their customers through creative, funny and sometime ridiculous outdoor advertisements and give wonderful favor about them with smile or laughter you.
Here in this post we have gathered a wonderful selection of creative examples of funny outdoor advert designs to enhance your inspiration and curiosity. We hope that you will admire them at all.


Extraordinary Skateboards You’ll Ride on Someday

 If you do not wish to barter for the unusual, all you will have to settle for is the usual. Yes, it does require an unusual mind to figure out what can be done with the ordinary, but to make that extraordinary it actually requires a lot more. Getting that extraordinary out of their rather uncanny minds, designers often deliver concepts beyond usual, skateboards have also been tinkered with. We’ve rolled over the conventionally made skateboards, but then you wouldn’t mind a glance through some out of the ordinary skateboards that we may get to ride on someday. Here is a list of 10 such skateboards that you can treat your eyes upon after the jump. 


5 Very Lucky People

“Why yes, I hear Darfur is quite lovely this time of year.”
There’s no way to prove that luck as we know it exists. Most people believe it out of superstition or firsthand experience with improbable odds. With experiences like the following, it becomes much harder to disprove.

Weird Celebrity Phobias: Stars Scared Silly

We’ve all got that one phobia that scares us straight, so it’s not surprising that some of today’s most famous faces have fears of their own - with a few of them being pretty ridiculous.
Pizza and clowns are just a few of the random phobias that could make a star cringe. Go through the article to find out more about celebrity phobias.


7 Coolest ‘Weird Buildings’

Designing a weird building is pretty simple: choose a form in which buildings are not usually built (a top hat, a strawberry, male genitalia etc) and then build that building. It has come to the point that most of us are not phased anymore by weird, unusual structures, but even so, there still are a few interesting architectural choices out there which will stop you in your tracks and make you nod your head while going “Yeah, that’s pretty cool.” For example:

Stone House (Fafe Mountains, Portugal)
The Stone House is one of the most famous “weird houses” on the internet and for good reasons. One of those reasons is “FREAKING LOOK AT IT MAN!” It’s a house made from stone, in case the name confused you. Well, actually it’s a house made from two huge boulders linked together with cement and an imagination that rivals that of a bed ridden child with cancer.

Giant Reptiles of the Mesozoic seas

Temnodontozavr, who lived about 200 million years ago, had the eyes of a unique size. Their diameter was equal to 26 centimeters for almost two-meter size of the skull of this dinosaur.

Zoe Kravitz in an advertising campaign Eleven Paris spring 2011

22-year-old daughter of Lenny Kravitz (Lenny Kravitz) and actress Lisa Bonet (Lisa Bonet) Zoe Kravitz (Zoe Kravitz) took part in an advertising campaign of French fashion label Eleven Paris Spring 2011. The author of the photo shoot was made by Sune Czajkowski.


Ten Recycled Ship Houses

Old ships are far too beautiful and far too useful to send them to the junkyard. In fact, recycled ships can make for some stunning homes!
Ships can be floating houses and houses sometimes can be ships. But, if you mix the two and recycle ships into houses, you can expect some unusual and beautiful results. We found seven amazing examples from around the world.

5 Controversies Too Dumb To Be Outraged About

People love to be outraged; it’s a simple fact of life. Outrage makes us feel powerful, like we actually have something important to say, as opposed to what we usually say (the question to Final Jeopardy, which we’re often wrong about anyway.)
Sometimes, however, we pool our outrage into things that may initially seem controversial but, after a second glance, are just too asinine and pointless to truly care about. Consider this a guide to thinking things through before you go getting hot and bothered over.

These four alien-whatevers were very popular among extremely young children and extremely high adults for many years, despite rarely saying anything close to an actual word and almost never doing anything interesting. It was the kids’ show equivalent of waving car keys in front of a kitten while making chikachikachikachikachika sounds at it.
You are now dumber for having looked at this picture.


Strange and Bizarre Creatures

Human beings seek out the strange and unusual in books, movies, television, video games, and comic books. We dive headfirst into the worlds of C.S. Lewis, of Lewis Carrol, of Tolkien, of World of Warcraft, of superheroes, delighting in the magical things those skilled authors managed to think up. Sometimes we forget that the world we live in is just as weird, magical, and bizarre as the worlds we escape to.
Take, for instance, some of the amazing creatures that exist in our world. 
Glass Frog
I know we already included a frog on this list, but come on!  You can SEE THROUGH this one!  How totally awesome/bizarre is that?  There are technical names and all that stuff, but you can look it up.  I don’t want to diminish the magic of SEE-THROUGH-FROGS!

Interesting Mauser pistol

In Russia the first Mauser appeared in 1897 under the title "Mauser in the block"or "Mauser number 2. " Mauser number 1 "was called a pocket model of the 6.35-mm pistol. In Russia since 1913 Mouser consisted in service for pilots of airplanes and automobile and motorcycle parts.
 Most popular in Russia Mauser acquired after the revolution, thanks to a British aid Whiteguard parts of a large number of these guns fall into the hands Basmachi. In 1922-1930gg. for the Cheka-OGPU and Red Army had been purchased a large quantity of 7.63 mm Mauser, these guns were very popular among the Bolsheviks. In the west, they even got the name "Bolo-Mauser (Mauser Bolshevik).


After Death Enjoyment

Cruisin Caskets company gave motorists the opportunity to become closer to their objects of adoration, even after death. No matter how terrible it is and simultaneously ironic in relation to it, the idea enjoys considerable success.
Caskets offered by the company in the form of cars of different models, ranging from classic cars 50's to modern, for the manufacture of fiberglass is applied. Besides, buying in advance of such a thing, it can be used as a refrigerator for drinks.
However, it is unlikely each time pulling out a can of beer, even the most zealous motorist will be pleasing to the idea that in future the same refrigerator would serve him the coffin.


City of Future Takes Green Living to Extreme

Welcome to city of future
Welcome to the city of the future. Tianjin is China's first eco-city, designed by the Surbana Urban Planning Group, and is set to be completed in 2020

Startling face in Tiananmen Square

 In this Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011 photo, Chinese paramilitary policemen stands guard in front of a sculpture of the ancient philosopher Confucius on displayed

Has Your Horoscope Changed?

Fans of the Zodiac have been bombarded with the unsettling news that their astrological sign may not be what they thought.


Thumbnails of the glass

 Polish engineer Shimon Klimek (Szymon Klimek) joins in their works of art and engineering, creating models of cars early 20 th century, trains, steam engines and fancy carriages. But the interesting thing is that any of his work can easily fit in an ordinary glass mug.


Where to Go in 2011?

Bothered by Turkey and Egypt? Want new sensations? Want new sensations? Go to one of the countries listed below and your vacation will be unforgettable in every sense.


Astana from a height (2010)

 Astana - the capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan (since December 10, 1997). The city's population of about 700 thousand people. The city is second in the country by population after the Alma-Ata. The city is located in northern Kazakhstan on the river Ishim in place of its closest approach to the river Nuroy. Astana - the coldest capital of the world, after Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia.

The Awesomest Drunk Animals

Grab yourself a cold one and while you’re at it, get one for your four legged friend as well. After all, they probably get tired of drinking out of the toilet bowl all day. It’s the 20 Awesomest Drunk Animals running err, stumbling your way.
He may only weigh 12 lbs, but he can drink with the best of them


Infinity - Art

Artist Josh Sommers makes his endless photos using your own formula.
Take a look!

Weaponry Museum AK-47

Which only museums do not open. Among the most interesting museums of weapons allocated a museum dedicated to the AK-47 (Kalashnikov).
Its opening was held on November 4, 2004 in Izhevsk. In addition to models of the famous weapons in the museum you can find records of the biography of General Kalashnikov, the creator of the actual AK-47, as well as documents relating to misuse of his invention. Muzets attracts more than 10,000 people a month.


Architecture of Future

As the modern architecture has followed the Industrial Revolution we saw the simplification of form, clear lines and little of no embellishments. Now looking at the projects of the future architectural designs we can see how the modern architecture has evolved in so many different ways.


Amy Adams – MarieClaire, Jan. 2011

Amazing Chopper Concepts

We present our few works of Russian designer Mikhail Smolyanov aka Solif.


Most Funny GIF Clips

Advertising Campaign Mulberry spring 2011 \ Fashion

Photographer Tim Walker (Tim Walker) took photo shoot for an advertising campaign spring collection Mulberry 2011. Posed for a photo shoot Vixon Lindsey (Lindsey Wixson) and Nimue Smith (Nimue Smit).


Historical portraits of New York in a new light

Not so long ago, Reuel Golden released his new book, "New York, a portrait of the city." The book presents a set of photographs taken Ester Bubble (1921-1998) and Alvin Hofer (1922-2009), tells the story of the largest U.S. city, and there is really rare old photographs, which had not seen anyone.
Suggest taking a look at some of them.

1. 1964: The network of urban roads (Photo by Evelyn Hofer). In the archives of the New York Historical Society can also find plenty of lesser-known images in New York.


10 Discoveries in Archaeology for 2010

Bring to your attention the top 10 most interesting archaeological finds in 2010 according to the magazine "Archaeology"
1. Tomb Hecatomnus of Milas, Turkey.
Tomb Hecatomnus king of Caria (391 Hecatomnus was the father of King Mausolus, whose tomb was one of the seven wonders of the world (the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus). Hecatomnus tomb was discovered by a group of looters who illegally trade in antiques.

Photographer Zorik Istomin \ Creative

Zorik Istomin (Zorik Istomin) - St. Petersburg photographer, designer, artist, writer and musician. Make colorful pictures of their friends and girlfriends. Inspired by hip-hop music.

Festival gingerbread house

At the end of the year in North Carolina, USA, held a traditional festival dedicated to sweets, the so-called National Festival of gingerbread houses.
At the festival in 2010 before the contestants were challenged not only to create a building of sweets, but make it look like any work of architecture past or present.
For example, the contestants have created sweet similarity Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Eiffel Tower, Coliseum, Big Ben and other well-known throughout the world works.


Prodigious Art on World Globes

 Most people associate world globes with geography classes or boring teachers’ offices. We have pop culture to thank for that. In 80′s and 90′s TV shows, globes could be found lurking in the corners of many a fictitious teacher’s office–far more than actually existed in reality. But globes are no longer as boring as they used to be thanks to artist Wendy Gold. Wendy runs a company called ImagineNationsTM where she makes vintage globes of all varieties.


Picture Of The Day

Adorable Owl in Knit Hat
Oh no! This owl is a reminder that, even though the fun parts of winter are over, we still have at least two more annoying months of winter ahead of us! Time to start buying fancy hats!


5 Solar Eclipses Expected in 2026

 The history of viewing gravity-related phenomena when solar eclipses occur is lengthy, and the narratives surrounding an eclipse's "totality" are even more substantial.
The moon moving between the earth and the sun represents the occurrence of a solar eclipse, with the moon covering the sun either fully or partially. This happens only during a new moon when the sun and the moon's orbits are linked. In 2026, it is estimated that five eclipses will occur, but only two of those eclipses will be true total eclipses. Total eclipses are rare in that their totality exists only through the progression of a thin course along the earth's surface delineated by the moon's umbra. 


Funny socks

I think these are really funny socks n every body will find his socks.

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