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Do you have a mouse problem in your house? I have this 100% working method on how to catch a mouse, it works and it’s simple. You can setup the trap right now!Read More
Dolphins are cute, sure, but the following dolphin facts will probably make you view them as abominations of the wild. Seriously, these cute and cuddly creatures are a huge mess!
This post is a little NSFW (not safe for work) again, so children please stay out! I don’t want to give you nightmares!Read More
Claudius, the 4th emperor of the Roman Empire only liked women. And it was weird. He was supposed to be homosexual.
For an upper-class Roman, Claudius’ love life was very much unusual. He was the only one of the first 15 emperors to not like men or boys. He only took women as his lovers. Not boys, not men.
Warning: this post contains stuff suitable only for aged 18 and above (yeah right) as it contains sexual terms and depiction…that may be too graphic for younger audience.Read More
Have an iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Blackberry, Nokia, and other totally smart smartphones? Want some smartphone tips to help live your life more comfortably? Well, with all of life’s daily distractions and funny moments you will surely need every help you can get. How about you set your smartphone up so that it can help you in the future?
Sounds nice?Read More
Make your life easier with these 10 life tips! In this post you will learn the following: amplify phone music, create more light, fix some stuff, and be MacGyver!Read More
You know it’s totally odd when free men are too eager to sell themselves to slavery. For centuries, free men would sell themselves into slavery just to join a special class of slave-soldiers called the Mamluks. Mamluks, from a young age, train rigorously in body and spirit to become soldiers, the only slave class that were allowed to carry weapons.
How are they so badass? To give you a treat, the Mamluks were solely responsible for permanently halting the advance of the Mongols to Africa and successfully fought off the Crusaders. If not for the Mamluks, the Mongols would have crossed Africa and ravaged their lands. Because of this, many people considered them as the “true guardians of Islam by repelling both the Crusaders and the Mongols” and “as a blessing from Allah to the Muslims.”Read More
Anyone who’s a fan of the film Iron Man knows that Tony Stark escaped his captors in a desert by building the first Iron Man suit from weapon scraps. Genius, but quite impossible. Or is it? Meet Emile Leray, a real-life Tony Stark. He built a motorcycle from a broken car to escape the desert and ultimately live the rest of his life somewhere far off the nasty place.Read More
Have you noticed this reflex from babies? When you reach a finger to them, the first thing they will do (even when they still have their eyes closed) is to grasp! This has been observed on both human and chimp babies! Babies grasp things that are close to their hands to survive!
It’s called the Palmar Grasp Reflex. You did it when you were a baby. But what you didn’t know is that it’s a vestigial instinct from our primate ancestors. Evolution, baby! Vestigial, or vestige, means a “track” of something that was once useful, but is no longer needed, like a foot print.Read More
I don’t know anyone who hasn’t yet seen Inception. It’s a masterpiece, especially the rotating corridor part! Although not everyone loved it, I’m pretty sure that a lot of people respected everything about the film.
So, do you still remember Inception’s rotating corridor? You were impressed, right? That’s an awesome fight scene! But what’s more awesome is that it was not CGI — they actually built a rotating corridor!
Say that again… THEY ACTUALLY BUILT A ROTATING CORRIDOR!
To start things off, a Palindrome is a word that can be read Forward and Backward. Examples of Palindromes are: sexes, solos, cammac, racecar, evitative, and a lot more.Read More