Life hack #2702
Life hack #2702
Africa is bigger than China, India, Europe, and the USA. COMBINED.
Some people are just… lucky.
OK, this is kind of nuts.
“Whoa.” — You, after reading this post.
Woah, deep man.
We tip our hat to you, sir.
This shirt hack is basically magic. (via cthulhuandcats.imgur.com)
That’s right, on Pi Day, anything is possible…in a way.
Suddenly Times Square just doesn’t seem that impressive.
It’s like that old saying goes: Can you smelllll what The Rock’s legs are cooking?
He is losing weight for his role in “The Dallas Buyer’s Club,” but now I think he’s reached maximum thinness. Or minimum fatness?
Thearon Collier runs a return for an 60 yard TD.
An image posted by a redditor raises the question: Are Susan Boyle and Newt Gingrich the same person?? I investigated.
Because it’s not enough to drive just one car up and around a sixty foot loop.
Apple’s “Next Generation” MacBook Pro starts at $2199 and has the first Retina-grade screen in a laptop computer. Here’s what 2880 x1800 looks like. (Click to enlarge.)
Woah. LiquiGlide, developed by a team at MIT’s Varanasi Research Group, is a surface coating that liberates the notoriously non-Newtonian fluid ketchup from its glass- or plastic-walled prison. The research came in second in MIT’s $100K Entrepreneurship Challenge, and is almost certainly destined for a bottle near you.
Originally built to transport goods in 1829, this stair case is now a tourist attraction in Jamestown on the island of St. Helena. Hopefully those tourists aren’t smokers. (via todayilearned.co.uk)
The Little Rascals are not so little anymore. They grow up so fast!