Remember being bored out of your skull because your parents dragged you to some stupid museum when you were a kid? Well, it could have been worse. Much worse.
One of our favorite pastimes here at Cracked is sucking the mystery out of life like the cream out of a Twinkie, leaving only the bland, dry sponge cake of reality behind. To that end, we've decided to list the often mundane solutions to some of the world's most enduring mysteries, and once again, you're welcome. The disappearance of Amelia Earhart is probably the most well-known mystery in the world that doesn't involve Tom Hanks looking for clues in old paintings.
These are photos of one Russian online community members of which enjoy making some staged photos with creepy plot. Here we have some of their recent topics, like: “A Cheating Wife: You need to make a photo of a man, “a lover”, hanging outside the real window. The window should be not lower than a 3rd store of a multi-stored building.
So Long, and Thanks for All the Books Well, this is it: Our final issue of the Hipster Book Club. Looking around, it seems we're one of several recent literary casualties that includes small press Flatmancrooked, the daily poetry site No Tell Motel, and maybe even big-box retailer Borders. It sounds depressing to lump us all together like this, especially as the less-informed decry the death of publishing, the decline of novels, the bleakness of teen literature, or whatever the doom-and-gloom topic is trending on Twitter today. But truthfully, we're not upset at all.
"There is another world, but it's inside this one" -Paul Éluard Do the Celestial Crawl On a cloudless warm night, walk around until you can put a nearby building or tree very close to a bright star in the eastern sky. Now lay on the ground and move yourself until the corner of the building or the top of the tree just BARELY covers that star. Wait a moment. The star will reappear.
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