It’s amazing how some memes catch on and some are left by the wayside, even though they are made of amazing. One such meme popped up in January this year, had a minor success and then promptly exited out of the internet’s collective radar. We thought we’d do a public service and attempt a revival.
We’ve all seen these kinds of fliers on telephone poles and in the supermarket, right? They usually read “Lost Dog” or “Apartment for Rent” and they have the little rip off phone number at the bottom. Josh Millard took that concept and added a flavor of funniness, which is making a lot of people smile. As you see, there is no purpose to these fliers he made. The message on some of them doesn’t even really mean anything. They are only displayed to give people a giggle, and I think anything that brings a little extra sunshine into the world is brilliant.
Hey everyone – We’ve partnered with Cirque Du Soleil to help promote OVO, their upcoming Cirque du Soleil production for families. They just sent us details on a great Valentine’s Day ticket sale they are having: A gift that goes straight to the heart!
A bank with no locks has opened in Mumbai, India, to serve the devotees of a deity named Lord Shani, The Times of India reports . The bank is a branch of the United Commercial (UCO) Bank and has opened in a small village called Shani Shinganapur. A senior bank official told the Times: "We took note of the general belief and faith of the people.
20 January 2011 Last updated at 09:08 ET The video shows one of the men holding the hen before approaching the window A live hen was thrown through the open window of a Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) restaurant in Warwickshire. RSPCA inspectors say they want to speak to the two men who approached the restaurant in Bermuda Park, Nuneaton, on a moped on Tuesday evening.
Star Wars never looked so real This set of images, where the Star Wars scenes appear so realistic, is called “StArt Wars”. The shooting of the photos happened in Dubai and is directed by photographer Cedric Delsaux from France. The project shows how Star Wars would look if it took place on the earth instead of the space.
The Star Wars movies are filled with little Easter Eggs that you normally have to go frame by frame to see. Some, like the infamous Return of the Jedi tennis shoe (more on this below) are impossible to see. Others, such as E.T. in The Phantom Menace or the Millennium Falcon in Attack of the Clones, are easier to spot.
When I started doing research for this article, I was surprised at how slow these ships actually travel. Today we’re strictly looking at how fast a ship could travel within atmosphere. Once in space, speeds are greatly multiplied.