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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

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Dude Watches Hockey For The First Time Ever And His Tweets About It Are Hilarious (10 pics)

Twitter user @soIoucity wanted to watch some Cardinals baseball but instead got Game 7 between the St. Louis Blues and Chicago Blackhawks. He also live tweeted it and his tweets are priceless, check ‘em out.










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Flight Attendants Reveal Some Of The Crazy Sh#T They've Seen On The Job (20 pics)

Being a flight attendant is not that easy.

Poo smelly enough to land a plane
The BBC reports that in March 2015 a British Airways flight from London to Dubai was forced to turn around because of a "smelly poo."
Abhishek Sachdev, who was on board the flight, told BBC, "The pilot made an announcement requesting senior cabin crew, and we knew something was a bit odd. About 10 minutes later he said 'you may have noticed there's a quite pungent smell coming from one of the toilets.' He said it was liquid fecal excrement. Those are the words he used."
A BA spokesperson said the situation posed a health and safety problem because only half the air is recycled and cleaned on an airplane.
Passengers were put up in a hotel overnight since the next available flight was 15 hours later, BBC reports.

Dirty diapers in the seat
Emotional support marsupials

Dangerously impatient passengers

In 2014, a passenger on a China Eastern Airlines plane who said he wanted to "get off the plane quicker" deployed the emergency slide after the aircraft landed at Sanya Phoenix International Airport.
The incident caused the aircraft to be delayed for two hours and reportedly cost about $16,000 in damages.
In April, a United Airlines flight attendant mysteriously pulled the same stunt.

Whatever this is
Exploding e-cigarettes

In March, a Delta Air Lines flight was delayed at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport after an e-cigarette belonging to a passenger ignited on board the flight.
While battery-powered portable electronic smoking devices are permitted on planes as long as they're not checked, the lithium ion batteries in e-cigarettes have shown a propensity to ignite if they are damaged.

People who make soup with the airline water
In response to the Quora question, "What are the weirdest things flight attendants have seen in their line of duty?" former flight attendant Heather Wilde says she's seen her fair share of things many people would consider weird.
Among the strangest were people who made soup using the airline water. "Guys, the water lines haven't ever been cleaned — ever," she says.

Flying pigs
Animals left on planes

More than 700 international cabin-crew members revealed an extensive list of items they found on flights after passengers disembarked to Skyscanner in 2013.
Animals accounted for several of the more unusual items on the list, including a falcon, dried fish, a frog, a tortoise, and a parrot.

The worst place to put a baby
Strange item requests

A flight attendant with the pen-name "Betty" writes in her online series "Confessions of a Fed-Up Flight Attendant" that the strangest things people have asked her for on a plane are actually fairly ordinary items. What's surprising is what some of these items would be used for.
Items requested include tweezers for pulling thorns out of a passenger's butt; a pen to clean ears with; a screwdriver "to take the seat apart;" and a cup, lid, straw, and knife "to make a catheter."

In-flight laundry

Ambien zombies

From streaking down the aisle totally nude to falling like an axed tree, when passengers consume an unfortunate mix of Ambien, which people take to sleep on planes, and airplane cocktails, it make even the most normal people do very bizarre things, "Betty" says.
"These folks are sleeping, which means they think they are at home and safe in their beds. When they are home and safe in their beds they think it is perfectly acceptable to take off all of their clothes," she explains.
Alas, this is not acceptable behavior on a long-haul international flight.

Unfortunate accidents
"Betty" writes that passengers tend to get more inebriated on flights to Las Vegas. In his drunken state, one passenger passed out while he was in the restroom, fell backward, and ended up on the galley floor with his fly still down and his privates exposed.
After much debate between the attendants on the flight about what to do, "they finally decided to get the long metal tongs that we use to serve bread in first class to move the exposed body part back into his pants! He didn't feel a thing," Betty writes.

Pee hazards
Balancing acts

Uncomfortable 'cat-cidents'

"I know more than one fellow flight attendant who has had the uncomfortable situation of having to tell a woman that she can't breastfeed her … cat! You read that right: Breastfeeding. A. Cat. And this isn't an isolated incident," "Betty" writes.
She says the cat-feeders' response is always the same: "I'm just feeding my 'baby.'"

Spiders on a plane
In-flight workouts

So many feet!




Monday, May 2, 2016

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Daisy Ridley Isn't Fooling Around During Her Jedi Training (6 gifs)

Daisy Ridley was chosen for a role of Rey, one of the lead characters in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And you'll see, she takes her training very seriously.






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English War Veteran Goes To Jail For Stashing An Incredible Hoard Of Weapons (8 pics)

Harry Jones, a 76-year-old veteran, was arrested after the police found a hoard of firearms, including a missile, at his home. More than 40 prohibited weapons were seized. Many of them could date back to the First and Second World Wars.












Sunday, May 1, 2016

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Colorful Facts About Colors That Will Surprise You (25 pics)

The color orange was named after the fruit. Before its name change, it was known in English as "geoluhread"
The following is an excerpt from a trade magazine in 1918 (when pink was still considered a boy color and blue was a girl color) – "The generally accepted rule is pink for the boys, and blue for the girls. The reason is that pink, being a more decided and stronger color, is more suitable for the boy, while blue, which is more delicate and dainty, is prettier for the girl."

When UPS started out in Germany in 1976, locals got upset because the brown shirts were very reminiscent of the Nazi party. UPS changed the shirts to green.

Some women are tetra chromatic. This means they can perceive roughly 100 times the number of colors that a normal human can perceive.

Since the 1890s, pencils have been painted yellow. This is because the graphite came from China and in China yellow was the color of royalty. Therefore, pencil manufacturers began coloring their pencils yellow to show they contained the high quality Chinese graphite. And the color stuck.

Fake blood on the set of Sweeney Todd was orange colored in order to render correctly on the desaturated film

When Emerson Moser (Crayola's most senior crayon molder) was retiring he revealed that he was actually color blind.

The colored dots found on soda cans near the nutrition facts represent the colors used in the can design. This allows the company to troubleshoot their printers if one of the dots is faded or missing.

In 1962, Crayola's "flesh" color was renamed "peach"

Fire hydrant colors can be used to determine their water flow and pressure

During the 1980s, scientists showed that an enzyme in green coffee beans could turn any blood type into type O, the universal donor.

Cheddar cheese is only orange because it is dyed. In reality, its color changes according to the season and the cow's diet. Farmers started dying it to avoid these color fluctuations.

During the Middle Ages, dyers of fabric would either dye red or blue. Both groups had their own guilds and forbid their members from dying with the opposite color. So purple clothing was rare.

Studies have shown that redheads can require up to 20% more anesthesia during surgery

The US Army uses colorblind people to "see" camouflage. This is because they perceive certain colors in a way that people with normal vision don't.

Highlighters tend to be yellow because they don't leave a shadow on the page when they are photocopied.

Fernando Patolsky, an Israeli chemist, invented a "date rape straw". It changes color when you put it in a drink containing date rape drugs.

The matador's cape doesn't need to be red because the bull is color blind. It is said that the cape is red in order to hide the blood splatter from the audience (when the bull is finally killed)

Night vision goggles use green phosphor because the human eye can see more shades of green than any other color

Germany's Formula One color is silver because when one of their cars was overweight in 1934, they scraped off the paint. The car went on to win the race and the color stuck

Colorblind people tend to have better night vision

Horses have the largest eyes of any land animal and they have excellent night vision. Unfortunately, their vision is only dichromatic, meaning they can only see two colors.

Most people dream in color, but for those of you who grew up watching a monochrome television (probably not many), you most likely also dream in black and white.

Impossible colors, also called forbidden colors, are colors that are too complex for the human eye

The sun is actually white when viewed from space. The Earth's atmosphere makes it appear to be yellow.


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