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Hottest girl on Facebook

a hottest chick facebook 5 Is this the hottest chick on Facebook? (8 photos)

An anonymous hero sent me these photos claiming he knows this chick from college and he may or may not have gotten these pics from her Facebook page. His subject line also read: Hottest Chick on Facebook…What do you think?? If you have a smokin hot friend on FB, send us a bunch of her […]


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Top 20 of the Most Funny Storefront Signs

Your trip can be made very funny by the funny signs that you can stumble upon while driving through a new town. The proper way to handle these is to take a picture, and show the entire world what you’ve found so we can all laugh together. One thing’s for sure, these 20 ridiculous and […]


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Students sleeping in class

a students sleep in class 12 Sleeping through college (20 photos)

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Huge japanese lego battleship

a lego japanese battleship 15 Massive Japanese lego battleship aka too much time on your hands (21 photos)

Battleship Yamato: Built by third year college student, Jumpei Mitsui, used over 200,000 legos, took 6 years, 4 months to build, is 22 feet long and weighs 330 lbs. Learn more about this sculpture at Jumpei’s website HERE Return To Top. . .. . .


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20 Things You Didn’t Know About Lab Accidents

LSD, gunpowder, Viagra, and the Incredible Hulk all have something in common. 1 – There went our best chance: In the ninth century, a team of Chinese alchemists trying to synthesize an “elixir of immortality” from saltpeter, sulfur, realgar, and dried honey instead invented gunpowder. 2 – German scientist Hennig Brand stored 50 buckets of […]


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Imagining the Future : Some embarassing quotes spoken about 30 years Ago

“Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons.” –Popular Mechanics, forecasting the relentless march of science, 1949 “640K ought to be enough for anybody.” — Bill Gates, 1981 “I have traveled the length and breadth of this country and talked with the best people, and I can assure you that data processing […]


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18 Cool Medical Tricks of the Body

Experience supersonic hearing! If you’re stuck chatting up a mumbler at a cocktail party, lean in with your right ear. It’s better than your left at following the rapid rhythms of speech, according to researchers at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. If, on the other hand, you’re trying to identify that song playing […]


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8 Wedding Traditions – The Bizarre Origins

The White Wedding Dress Technically, today’s wedding gowns aren’t white. They are “Candlelight,” “Warm Ivory,” “Ecru” or “Frost.” But there was a time when a bride’s wedding attire was simply the best thing in her closet (talk about “off the rack”), and could be any color, even black. To convince her groom that she came […]


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10 Secret Stories Behind 10 Famous Product Placements

You cannot escape the product placement of Fed-Ex in Cast Away. It’s literally everywhere.My first thought was, “I wonder how much Fed-Ex paid for that.Here are the answers to some of those questions—including the Seinfeld Junior Mints and the Reese’s Pieces from E.T. Junior Mints, Seinfeld “Who’s gonna turn down a Junior Mint? It’s chocolate, […]


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10 Sex Festivals Around The World

Let’s be honest: Every bachelor hopes to get lucky on a vacation trip. The lure of exotic women clad in minimal clothing and carrying even fewer hang-ups is a prime aphrodisiac. So eliminate the middleman, skip the cheesy resort group outings and go directly to where sex and nudity blare in your face — these […]


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10 Most Popular Mysteries in History

Rongorongo While many people know of the Moai of Easter Island, not that many people know of the other mystery associated with Easter Island. ‘Rongorongo’ is the hieroglyphic written language of the region’s earlier inhabitants. Rongorongo is strange in that no other neighbouring oceanic people used a written language. It appeared around the 1700s, though […]


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