How's this for irony? The man in charge of protecting the German state of Bavaria's wooded areas, Forestry Minister Helmut Brunner, accidentally started a forest fire over the weekend, according to Germany's The Local. See also: TheShow More Summary
The human is back from a productive hunting trip. She found plenty of game that will help keep the pack well-fed, including carrots, onions, celery, and laundry detergent. (Video Link) YouTube user Bianca Richter reports that her dogs are helpful this way. Show More Summary
The Scandinavian feline's history can be traced back to the Vikings.
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After viewing Ridley Scott's The Martian, one GoFundMe user has created a fundraising page to rescue Matt Damon from Mars Because this is the Internet and this is what we have come to See also: Matt Damon reacts to hilariously erotic...Show More Summary
A few of the best visual pun Halloween costumes.
For years, we’ve been using the Benny Hillifier to add “Yakety Sax” to a video, although it never was able to speed up the action as promised, and seems to have grown wonky with age. Now comes Benny Hill This! which speeds up any video you care to enter and adds the music. Show More Summary
While the release date for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is still over a year away, shooting has begun on the film, and most of the main characters (that we know of) have been cast. But there’s always room for more big names in big films, it seems, and today we learned that the Harry […]
Why the founder of the Dewey Decimal system and the American Library Association was kicked out of his own organization.
Twenty is an important birthday. It's the year you leave your teens, the year you start to feel a bit more like a real adult. For Japanese 20-year-old Yuma Hasegawa, it was also the day his parents politely quit their parental obligations. Hasegawa opened an ornate envelope from mom and dad during his birthday celebration, assuming it was a gift. Show More Summary
The stories—and theories—behind 14 of your favorite tipples.
Buying stuff online is a gamble, even when the listing includes lots of photos of the item, which is why people still head to physical locations to see, touch and try on the items they're thinking about buying. That way you don't end up with the dress version of a Watergate salad instead of the beautiful dress you thought you were ordering. Show More Summary
Aerial acrobats performed under the whimsical installation.
Altering images using Photoshop or similar programs has become the norm of our society. Every few months, another company, celebrity or average Tinder user is called out for their unrealistic or simply ridiculous use of photo manipulation. Show More Summary
I could work at this job for about 2 minutes before earning the nickname "Stumpy". Somehow this man, who is truly a master of an extraordinarily dangerous craft, appears to have all of his fingers. You can count them at the end! (Video Link) It's terrifying to just watch this guy! -via Gizmodo
When she was just a baby, Jill the squirrel was knocked out of her nest during Hurricane Isaac. Luckily for her, a kind human rescued her. And luckily for us, that same kind human created an Instagram account that's filled with photos and videos of Jill's antics, rescuing us from our work through the magic of procrastination. Show More Summary
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