Check out this amazing and awesome proposal video… I hope my girlfriend doesn’t see this.
I hate being common.
I’m still doing all of these.
I guess Russian women don’t use cell phones. Via MegaFon, the second largest mobile phone operator in the country. 12 Vargas-like pin-up girl posters.
Sad news, everybody: the bear who spawned a thousand memes after falling out of a tree last week has died.
Established Men “connects ambitious and attractive girls with successful and generous benefactors to fulfill their lifestyle needs.” That sounds copacetic.
We have discovered the end game evolution of cats. Not sure how long I have until they realized I’ve leaked their pla—-.
They seem to be compensating with push-up bras.
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He’s not really that old but he’s not that young.
Artist Chris Gilmour creates these stunning sculptures using only cardboard and glue. He must have had an awesome Arts & Crafts teacher in grade school.
Artist Craig Alan constructs portraits of pop-culture icons using people as pixels. Alan’s portraits of Marilyn Monroe, JFK, and Jackie O are pretty sweet, but my fav is definitely the one of Audrey Hepburn from Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Coming to a kitchen or sushi bar near you.
If you are having a bad day then you should probably look at this post.
WTF image of the century?
The title of Nate Daly’s project, “Serenity In Lego”, sounds like a masterpiece. Which, this is of course. I guess I never noticed Serenity looks like a really mean looking pheasant.
Hector Xavier Monsegur used to run legendary hacker group LulzSec. Today, we found out he works for the FBI. Everybody, say hello to Sabu.
This guy showed up at Friday’s carefully-controlled parliamentary elections wearing a Toby Keith t-shirt, complete with American flag and patriotic slogan. He’s got, as The Atlantic’s Max Fisher says, “chutzpah.”
In the summer of 2005 photographer Malgorzata Saniewska knew Lady Gaga simply as her restaurant co-worker, Stefani Germanotta.
Somebody get this into theaters instead of the Phantom Menace rerun. I’m looking at you, Lucas.
Polychaetes, or bristle worms, are a class of deep-sea-dwelling annelid worms. Thanks to a new macro photo gallery of them on the Telegraph’s website, it’s safe to say bristle worms are also TERRIFYING. Here are six examples of why.