By Jack Handey. Keep refreshing the page to see different random thoughts.
This is what happens when you give 1000s of stickers to a load of kids…
Indirectly of course..
A Helium-filled Kinetic Drawing Sculpture by Karina Smigla-Bobinski. I would have thought they could have come up with a more exciting title than that but there you go..
Things that we say today that we owe to Shakespeare
if you’ve got eyes like mine click on picture or link above for the enlarged version
See if you can work out which person from each pair is gay..
Awesome bit of fun for a boring Sunday..
Replace one letter in a film title and it may end up changing the whole meaning in sometimes hilarious ways..
I find this absolutely amazing – must have taken a long time to create these..
I don’t want to make much of a comment on this in case someone gets offended again but I will say that there are some pretty unfortunately designed company logos out there..
I’m not entirely sure but I think that these are wanking devices..not sure why you would need a device for this – I can do it perfectly well on my own!
“Itemized database of approximately 81,000 Einstein and Einstein-related archival items; writings, professional and personal correspondence.”
This could be close to being the best day ever..bring on Europe next season!
Amber is fossilized tree resin which has been appreciated for its colour and natural beauty since Neolithic times.
This page looks at some examples of how wildlife has become trapped inside amber deposits and subsequently preserved. You can buy the specimens if you like but I have to say – they ain’t cheap!
lizard in amber – this rare little beauty will set you back a cool $70,000..
“Do you have one life lesson or philosophy that has changed the course of your life?
Sometimes you can read something or have a life experience that hits you over the head with its brilliance and perfection. A huge mind shift takes place, and your life is forever altered for the better.”
I can say that books tend to do this to me – it happened in the early 90’s when I first read Whitley Strieber’s ‘Communion’ and then again about 10 years ago when I read Michael Drosnin’s ‘The Bible Code’…your head just explodes with all the possibilities of things that we don’t fully accept due to not understanding them