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Thursday, December 1, 2016

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An Ice Skating Rink Thought It Was A Good Idea To Freeze 5,000 Dead Fish In The Ice (8 pics)

An ice skating rink situated in the amusement park called Space World and located in Kitakyushu, Japan froze 5,000 dead fish and other sea creatures in the ice was closed its doors after receiving public outrage and criticism for their supra “innovative project.”
The company posted pictures of dead animals saying: “I am d… d… drowning, s … s… suffocating”


They swore that when they bought the fish they were already dead and considered unfit for consumption

Space World said they used real fish for educational purposes and to add something extra to the rink

“We are sorry for the project and decided to close the rink on that night”

The company promised to unfreeze the skate, remove the fish, and then…

Hold an “appropriate religious service” for the dead fish!


Wednesday, November 30, 2016

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What A Body Of A Female Bodybuilder Looks Like When She Isn’t Training (3 pics)

Bodybuilder Tesia Kline shared a photo her body when she is not working out. The photo shows her “softened” body three months after she stopped training compared to her competition body. She wanted to encourage and inspire other people to accept their body and love it the way it is.



Sunday, November 27, 2016

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Kid Brilliantly Hides The Word “F#ck” In His Graduation Program (2 pics)


 One smart student artist who was attending Palisades Charter High School 12 years ago hid the word “FUCK” on the cover art of his school’s graduation program. Can you see it?

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Saturday, November 26, 2016

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The Bizarre Reason Why Nearly All Phones in Japan Are Waterproof (6 pics)

In Japan however, almost all phones are waterproof, and have been for nearly a decade now.
The world’s first waterproof mobile phone, the Casio Canu 502S, was release in 2005, and was soon followed by a series of Fujitsu waterproof handhelds. Before long, every company looking to enter Japanese market had to make their devices waterproof.




According to statistics, 90% to 95% of phones in Japan are waterproof, because people need to be able to use them while they are showering.


Friday, November 25, 2016

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Captivating Photos From Disneyland’s Opening Day (24 pics)

Back in 1955, this is what Disneyland’s opening day looked like.
























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