Just think of it as an Eagle recreating scenes from LOTR / The Hobbit. Fantasy cosplaying is all.
Anyway, this was amazingly captured on camera up in Montreal, Canada where apprantly people are giving away small children to massive birds of prey.
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Remember December 12th, 2012? Well, for shitsngiggles, Carl's Jr. decided to craft up this lovely 9000 calorie 12 beef patty, 12 slices of cheese and 12 strips of bacon beauty to commemorate the day.
You have seen those awesome 3D chalk drawings, but check out these household objects that appear to be completely real and sitting on that desk. (hint: they are not)
Your mind will wobble from the trickery your own eyes play on it.
Consisting of five separate lion costumes, each suit actually comes together and forms one giant mega Voltron costume. The costume was created Crazy Ray in a garage over two months of cutting, gluing, fiberglassing, sewing, liquid plastic coating, riveting, bolting and painting for Halloween. Super 80s nostalgia achieved.
Read on to see it in it's awesome full detail.
Ever wonder how you get a bird skeleton to look so nice and white? BEETLES.
"Watch a time-lapse video showing the [ Natural History Museum's ] smallest workers, flesh-eating beetles, preparing the skeletons of a great green macaw, tawny owl and mountain peacock-pheasant"
Chemical baths can actually ruin the bones, so flesh eating beetles are used to do the job of eating away at the delicious hunks of meat rendering the skeleton clean and ready to be showcased to the public. Talk about the easiest job ever. Pay me to eat? SIGN ME UP.
Somewhere in Russia this Antonov AN-24 in UTair Aviation livery performing 'extreme' takeoff.
From what we can see, this plan is taking off in a snowy mud filled landing strip that would normally stop most in it's tracks and result in one hell of a cleaning bill. Apparently, these old Russian planes were made to fly through anything like a tanks while you yell "I'm the Juggernaut BITCH!" out the window.
Want to see what it looked like onboard the plane? Hint: muddy.
After 20 (only 20) attempts at making this shot, this extraordinarily lucky Finnish fellow makes a 900 point game winning shot from the top of a ski jump tower. Go play some lottery tickets kid and send me a check.
"Ski jump tower shot. Height was 230ft which is 70m up! World highest shot?
Shot was filmed in Lahti, Finland."
This is a baby stroller built on a 125cc engine that is capable of getting a father by the name of Colin Furze and his one-month-old son Jake up to wreckless speeds of around 50mph. \m/ The stroller comes equipped with 4 gears to help with hill climbing and a cup holder for cold beer that gives him courage to drive such a brutally awesome contraption.
Thanks go right to Hite for showing me this rocket stroller and really helping me with my own personal fertility issues. You have the softest hands around buddy.
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Ok, what you have here is a bunch of guys playing some highschool dodge ball until one of them steps up and pulls off some acrobatic move you'd see on the grid. Trust me, the replay in slow motion makes it LEGIT.
Thanks to Jason who once jumped a curb with his Dodge pickup truck and killed a highschooler while playing with his balls.
Do you like Vodka? Whiskey? How about Rum? Well, would you drink them after they were dripped down the breasts of naked women for about $150 a bottle? Answer: Yes.
German booze company, G-Spirits, wanted to sell 5000 limited edition boob-dripping bottles that REALLY enhances the boozing-up process by making you believe you are sucking on a delicious naked woman. And this time, she is ALIVE.
Read on to see a making of the boob booze video.
The gun you smoke before it smokes you.
Yes, this is a 34" long x 16" high x 7" deep, borosilicate glass pipe made to look like a AR-15. The bowl itself is located atop the ACOG scope, the pistol grip is the water reserve and seemingly smoked from the end of the barrel. It was crafted by mickelsen studios and if you read on you can see it in full awesome detail.