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15 Aug 04:00

March of the Penguins

You ARE getting older, though.
31 Jul 14:46

Name Improvements for Everyday Stuff [x]Previously: Crazy Ideas...

Name Improvements for Everyday Stuff [x]

Previously: Crazy Ideas That Are Borderline Genius

01 Aug 19:23

terrestrial-organic-matter: VIVA LA REVOLUTION



11 Aug 15:56

Elements of Home Decor

by Reza


31 Jul 03:38

Hawaiian Torta

by Paul

Hawaiian Torta (via Puebla Mini Mart)


Slices of griddled ham, spicy carne enchilada, quesillo, refried beans, chipotles in adobo, tomatoes, onions, avocado, and pickled jalapeño—all stuffed into a soft bolillo roll.

Hawaiian Torta


30 Jul 17:08

A Question of Croissant

by Reza


28 Jul 23:31

One of the best cosplays at this year’s Comic-Con. [via]

One of the best cosplays at this year’s Comic-Con. [via]

30 Jul 01:29


29 Jul 07:01

Cat Doctor

by Doug

Cat Doctor

Dedicated to Joanna W. – happy birthday, Joanna!

Here’s more Doctor Who!

28 Jul 00:54

"Tried my hand at making a comic. I call it...

"Tried my hand at making a comic. I call it ‘Florida’." [zahel]

25 Jul 20:30


25 Jul 05:20

Ant Fight Club [x]

Ant Fight Club [x]

24 Jul 19:07


22 Jul 01:22

Grilled Double-Cheese and Bacon Sandwich

by Paul

Grilled Double-Cheese and Bacon Sandwich (via Pillsbury)

Grilled Double-Cheese and Bacon Sandwich


24 Jul 13:20


24 Jul 06:00


17 Jul 16:00

A TSA Agent is in Hot Water After Failing to Recognize That the District of Columbia Was in the United States

A TSA Agent is in Hot Water After Failing to Recognize That the District of Columbia Was in the United States

An Orlando TSA agent refused to let this man fly after not recognizing his nation's own capital on his ID. Check out the full story here:

Submitted by: (via MyFoxDC)

Tagged: facepalm , news , TSA
17 Jul 18:50

New Study Finds Most Of Earth’s Oxygen Used For Complaining

SEATTLE—Following a multiyear study of atmospheric gases and their role in organic processes on earth, a team of researchers at the University of Washington reported this week that the majority of the oxygen on the planet is used for complaining.

18 Jul 00:39

As a Mormon: I approve this message.

19 Jul 07:15

If you fold a paper in half 103 times it'll get as thick as the Universe

by Jesus Diaz on Sploid, shared by Jesus Diaz to Gizmodo

If you fold a paper in half 103 times it'll get as thick as the Universe

The myth: You can't fold a paper in half more than eight times.* The reality: Given a paper large enough—and enough energy—you can fold it as many times as you want. The problem: If you fold it 103 times, the thickness of your paper will be larger than the observable Universe: 93 billion light-years. Seriously.


17 Jul 16:30

David Skazaly’s Mesmerizing Catalog Of Psychedelic GIFs

by Eric Torres

Psychedelic GIFs

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David Skazaly is a Hungarian/German graphic designer who has been creating hypnotic, mind-warping GIFs since 2008. Working under the name Davidope, Skazaly’s psychedelic GIFs and warped images have set the standard for animated GIFs across the internet. Even if you haven’t heard his name before (or his online pseudonym, Davidope), you probably recognize some of Skazaly’s technicolor, organic forms, pulsing in infinite loops, whether on art blogs or the annals of Tumblr. Skazaly’s animations are strangely hypnotic and entrancing, pushing a format that is now primarily used for cat memes and celebrity reactions into successful, technically adept artistic territory.

Skazaly got his start experimenting with animation program Macromedia Flash in the 90s before focusing on his own motion graphics. Looking at his Tumblr now, it’s clear Skazaly has mastered the art form of creating technically perfect GIFs, from trippy, twisting shapes to black and white worms perpetually moving forward. Skazaly’s mind-bending GIFs are dizzying, satisfying works of art, elevating a now common internet trend to a mesmerizing new level.

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17 Jul 21:57


18 Jul 04:16

Coming home after a night out drinking...

18 Jul 08:52

Every single time...

18 Jul 16:41

My neighbour texted me and said he had a complaint about my cat, when I asked what it was he sent me this picture

17 Jul 22:07


17 Jul 18:04

I Was Hidden on This Guy’s Hard Drive for Over 6 Years

by djempirical


It’s been estimated that as many as 880 billion photos will be taken by the close of this year. I’m not quite sure how that statistic could ever be properly calculated, but I think it’s safe to say that with the rise of the digital medium, human beings are taking a s**tload more pictures than ever before.

With all those photos being taken, chances are you and I have at one point accidentally wandered into someone else’s frame. It’s likely, however, that you’ll never really know you’ve photo-bombed someones shot. That’s why I was surprised by a Twitter message that I received out of the blue from a photographer I’ve never met.

Here’s what I received from photographer Anthony Kurtz:


Varanasi, India is an epicenter for pilgrimages for people of many walks of life. Locals from all over the subcontinent make religious journeys to the ancient city; monks of a variety of religious beliefs seek refuge in the many temples along the Ganges River; and not to mention: photographers, travelers and tourists flock to the region to seek inspiration in what I consider one of the most photogenic places on Earth.

Looking at the photo from the tiny Twitter preview, it seemed like it could be me but how could I be certain? I’m not quite sure how Anthony recognized me, as we are only are aware of each other via social media. I asked him to send me the high-resolution version of the photo, and asked if he had any others taken in the batch. He then sent the following:


Here’s a closer view:


Here’s a closer view of several of Kurtz’s exposures:

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After zooming in to the photo I discovered that without question it was me. Looking at Anthony’s image EXIF data, I saw the image was taken on October 18th, 2007. I am 24 years old now, so I was 17 in the photo. I also noticed in one of the photographs, it appears I am taking a photo of something. So, I looked through my own images captured that day, and found the exact exposure I had taken within seconds of his:

Here I am squatting and taking a photograph of two women overlooking the Ganges River:


Here’s the actual photograph I was taking at the same time Anthony’s exposure was made:


And the big kicker: in the background of my picture there are the boats of people photographing from the river. Which one is Anthony?

When something like this happens, it’s hard not to evoke the tired cliché that the world is an incredibly small place. The world is shrinking even further with our growing level of interconnectedness on the Internet and social media, and this occurrence is an example of that.

I’m sure people have always been on paths that quietly and unknowingly intersect. Now, with people sharing their passions and experiences more than ever, we can be sure that we’ll meet yet again — or sometime in the future — whether we know it or not.

About the author: Joey L. is a Canadian commercial photographer, director and published author based in Brooklyn, New York. See more of him through his blog, portfolio and video tutorials. He can also be found on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. This article originally appeared here.

About Anthony Kurtz: Anthony Kurtz is a German-American commercial and fine-art photographer based in Berlin, Germany. You can find his work on his website or by following him on Facebook and Twitter.

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14 Jul 01:29

bye losers!

bye losers!

26 Jun 20:09

pleatedjeans: damn Majora’s Witnesses [x]


damn Majora’s Witnesses [x]

16 Jul 05:00