Little animations of man and woman having sex.
Instructions for gadgets overlaid on real world scenarios..
Interesting and sometimes bizarre images of things and phenomena which is not normally captured on film.
Electrified hand resting on a photographic plate (1896)
The word lover’s guide to new words..
One of my favourite bizarros this..
Photos taken around the world designed for the double-take.
the first time, a massive data set of 10,000 porn stars has been
extracted from the world’s largest database of adult films and
performers. I’ve spent the last six months analyzing it to discover the
truth about what the average performer looks like, what they do on film,
and how their role has evolved over the last forty years.”
Very popular site with LOTS to read about..
These graphs and charts about dating and romance are probably quite realistic in many cases..
On the Sports Illustrated site..
“It is likely that the first intimate contact you have with a lover will
be through a back massage. This is a popular area because a back
massage is quite pleasurable yet somewhat informal.”
Watch the video lessons on how to do it well..
Site will analyze stuff that you like and spit out suggestions as to what you might want to read next..
Take a trip around the bleak landscape of Kamshatka in Siberia..(Interactive so you can pan around the whole scene)
Probably not what you were expecting when you saw the title of this – a kid’s dictionary written for adults..
The Burj Khalifa Pinnacle Panorama. Panoramic view of Dubai and its environs..
“These people are actually out there somewhere in this world.”
Woman attempting an escalator in her wheelchair!
“Most faucets are boring, plain and simple, designed more for function than form, but these ten examples are anything but”
“Sometimes, a cigar was just a cigar. And sometimes, it wasn’t.“
Talk about exaggeration – this advert actually makes bus travel look exceptionally cool – but all done with a lot of tongue in cheek so it works!
There’s some real corkers in amongst these..
“Blackboards, the legend goes,
were invented by a teacher. In the mid-19th century, James Pillans was
headmaster of the Royal High School in Edinburgh, Scotland. Teaching
geography, he found himself in need of a device that would allow him to
share visual information with all his students, simultaneously — a more
theatrical and efficient version of the slates students used to write
their lessons at their desks. Pillans had chalk; he had tablets. Then he
had an idea.”
Test your speed reading skills! I managed 454 words per minute, which apparently is 82% faster than the national average..but then I do read a lot..