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The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web If you're causally browsing the web looking at photos via Google Image Search, remember to have the 'Safe Search' filter enabled - if you don't you're bound to be in for a few surprises. That's exactly what happened to us recently (we haven't been able to sleep for weeks as a result) and low & behold Google very generously displayed some of the most shocking, unexplainable, bizarre and downright scary images the internet has ever seen. From the ill-advised to the utterly random, we've picked out 38 of the most unexplainable images on the web. Now some will make you laugh, some will give you nightmares, many defy logic or reason and all of them will have you asking the same question repeatedly...WTF PEOPLE!?! Enjoy and do tell us which number your personal favourite in the comments below.... You might also like: Incredible Images Of Teenage Freight Train Hitchhikers

www.howstuffworks.com/ad-slogan2.htm A perfectly-formed tagline should fulfill several criteria. First, it should be memorable. Memorability has to do with the ability the line has to be recalled unaided. A lot of this is based on the brand heritage and how much the line has been used over the years. But if it is a new line, what makes it memorable? The big idea should be told in the advertisement.

Gary's Social Media Count Click for App Store Page Original Counter and Post from 24 Sep 2009! June 2013 ‘Social’ Update (mobile, games & heritage to come) June 2012 ‘Social’ Update Jerry's Map: Drawing an Imaginary World for 50 Years with the Outcome Determined by a Deck of Cards It’s a video that went undiscovered on Vimeo for years, and a project that’s been evolving for decades… with no clear end in sight. Jerry Gretzinger has an obsession unlike anyone else we’ve heard of: he’s spent almost his entire adult years creating a single never-ending map using hand painted pages and a special deck of cards to determine the outcome for his imaginary populous. It’s an all encompassing personal project that greatly predates modern games like SimCity and Minecraft, and Jerry’s brilliant (some would say obsessed) mind is at the controls. See Also All the Rivers in the Continental US: An Explorable Map The recently discovered video, featured here, walks us through Jerry’s highly detailed, open-edged painting that now covers 2000 square feet.

Postcards From Above 22nd May 2013 | 9 notes 29th Oct 2012 | 32 notes 22nd Oct 2012 | 66 notes Story Structure 101: Super Basic Shit - Channel 101 Wiki By Dan Harmon. Storytelling comes naturally to humans, but since we live in an unnatural world, we sometimes need a little help doing what we'd naturally do. Draw a circle and divide it in half vertically. Divide the circle again horizontally. Starting from the 12 o clock position and going clockwise, number the 4 points where the lines cross the circle: 1, 3, 5 and 7.

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‘The Avengers:' 8 Things You May Have Missed the First Time Around Marvel/Disney "The Avengers" arrives on Blu-ray this week and, as you might expect, it's chock full of bonus clips, special features and even a brand new 10-minute short film. It's pretty epic. But before you start diving into the special features, there's something else you're going to want to watch first: The movie itself. That's because director Joss Whedon and the folks at Marvel crammed the film with so many Easter eggs, cameos and moments that make you go "hmm" that even the most dedicated fan couldn't catch all of them.

factoids > adjective order in English The "ugly red wooden box" sounds correct, but the "wooden red ugly box" sounds wrong. There is a "rule" describing the order English adjectives are used in: Opinion or judgment -- beautiful, ugly, easy, fast, interesting Size -- small, tall, short, big Age -- young, old, new, historic, ancient Shape -- round, square, rectangular Color -- red, black, green, purple Nationality -- French, Asian, American, Canadian, Japanese Material -- wooden, metallic, plastic, glass, paper Purpose or Qualifier -- foldout sofa, fishing boat, racing car

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