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“I want my house to smell like schnitzel with noodles!” said no one ever.

A Schnitzel-scented candle is just one of the many products available in the market that will make you wonder why someone would waste money investing into its production. That, along with apparently odor-free Ghost Turds and a  cute pink rabbit-like toy that poops glitter. Seriously.

The consumer market is abound with so many products, some of them seemingly useless like that French Fry Holder, because apparently some people need something to hold their fries while they drive. Oh and how about that Motorized Ice Cream Cone? Because you know, turning your regular (and might we add, edible) ice cream cone while you lick away is such a tiresome task. No Kidding.

Yes, these products do exist and yes, apparently people buy them. Why? We will never know.

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Lenny Kravitz's Gigantic Scarf

Lenny Kravitz’s Gigantic Scarf

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Hyper-Realistic Sex Dolls

Hyper-Realistic Sex Dolls

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Full-Body Knitted Suit

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Ghost Turds

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Shnitzel Candle

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Creepiest Chocolates Ever

Creepiest Chocolates Ever

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Hello Kitty Assault Rifle

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American Shreds

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The French Fry Holder

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“I Poop Glitter”

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The Wine Rack

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Bread Gloves

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Motorized Ice Cream Cone

Motorized Ice Cream Cone

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The following childhood hairstyles could trigger bad memories.

Admit it, you may be one of those people who thought a mullet is the coolest hairstyle to have when you were a kid. We understand… and we won’t judge you. Besides, you can always blame your parents. They knew better than to let you take that class picture with that super short bangs and long hair-on-the-sides combo. Oh you poor thing…

Don’t you just wish you to go back to your childhood and cut away that hideous hairstyle that has now been forever immortalized in your class yearbook?

Well these  childhood hairstyles range from the hilarious to the bizarre to the terrifying… makes us wonder, how could’ve these kids survive puberty with such hairstyles?

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We all love the Internet…

…it is a treasure trove of all things funny and bizarre that could entertain us for hours on end. You could get sucked into a black hole of weird photos, hilarious gifs or stuff that will make you go “what the f- did I just see/read/watch?!”

From selfie fails to LOL OMG WHAT DID I JUST SEE, let this list of “when you see it…” photos entertain you for at least 2 minutes. Enjoy!

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These 22 super weird and totally unexplainable photos will make you go WTF as you scroll down to view them.

But then again, these are perfect examples of how context can be critically important to understanding exactly what the hell is going on in each picture.

Why is that woman (or man? can’t really see any difference) hugging a deer standing on a bed? Why would  teenage boy pose for a picture with a couple of hens perched on top of him? Why would a grown man pose with a dog and a doll? Why? Why?

Why?????

Beats us. But bizarre as these photos may seem, most of them are down right hilarious (although some are a bit disturbing) and we all need a good laugh sometimes, right?

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Cats are weird creatures. 

Below are 21 photos that once again prove that aside from having 9 lives and being able to always fall to the ground on all fours, cats also have the ability to fit in even the most tightest (and mostly unlikely) places.

Although cats love a good hunt, domesticated ones like your typical house cat unfortunately  has nothing to prey on thus are left with no choice but stay hidden, as is their animal instinct as hunters to stay hidden as they observe their surroundings. Do not be fooled by that fluffy-ness (for some breeds) as inside all that cat hair is a sleek body that can fit inside the smallest spaces.

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Wouldn’t it be cool and totally fuss-free to have a  music player the shape of a bracelet with matching wireless earbuds that you can use for your runs?

There are so many ingenious and highly creative product designs being delivered year after year. They range from the “uber cool” to the “why didn’t i think of that.” Read through our list of 10 awesome products that need to be made mainstream for everyone to enjoy and avail.

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7. A Clear Kayak

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Want to be like a Lilliputian for a day? If you have read Gulliver’s Travels, you will know what I’m talking about. 

Some of these overdone outdoor objects are not just impressive to look at, but some serves practical purposes as well. Below is a list of 15 ridiculously oversized every day objects that will make you feel little, literally!

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The World’s Largest Deckchair by Stuart Murdoch, located on Bournemouth beach in Great Britain. This giant deckchair is 8.5 meters tall and 5.5 meters wide! | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

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Giant Light Bulb by Sarah Olaerts is a giant dimmable LED lamp that is shaped like an incandescent light bulb. It is 4.5 feet long and made of polyethylene. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

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Step Inside a Creative Mind by Prodigium, which is located in Croatia. This dome is designed to look like the head of a person wearing Ray Ban-inspired glasses. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Giant Comb Bike Rack by Knowho w Shop LA is shaped like a giant comb, but works as a bike rack. It weighs more than 400 pounds, and is made of Mangaris and powder-coated steel.

Giant Comb Bike Rack by Knowho w Shop LA is shaped like a giant comb, but works as a bike rack. It weighs more than 400 pounds, and is made of Mangaris and powder-coated steel. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

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“Bad Dog” by Richard Jackson is located just outside the Orange County Museum of Art and standing 24 feet tall. This giant urinating dog statue is sure to attract the attention of any passer-by. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

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Giant Yellow Teddy Bear by Urs Fischer is a giant teddy bear that was on display in New York back in 2011. It was made of bronze, weighed 35,000 pounds, and stood 23 feet tall. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

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Spiral of the Galaxy by Marc Quinn is a giant sea shell sculpture that was displayed in the vicinity of Chatsworth House, England as part of the Sotheby’s Beyond Limit’s sculpture exhibition on September 5, 2013. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

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“Remind” Giant Message in a Bottle by Vibeke Nørgaard Rønsbo. Selected to be part of the “Sculpture by the Sea” exhibition, this is a really romantic and movie-esque sculpture of a bottle containing a beautifully written message. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Large LEGO Sculptures by Access Agency. This huge R2D2 sculpture-cum-gateway is just one of the several large LEGO sculptures created by Access Agency. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Large LEGO Sculptures by Access Agency. This huge R2D2 sculpture-cum-gateway is just one of the several large LEGO sculptures created by Access Agency. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Planet by Marc Quinn. Quinn designed this huge sculpture of his then 7 month-old son. Located in Singapore, this sculpture measures more than 10 meters in length and weighs 7 tons. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Planet by Marc Quinn. Quinn designed this huge sculpture of his then 7 month-old son. Located in Singapore, this sculpture measures more than 10 meters in length and weighs 7 tons. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Pentateuque by Fabien Mérelle. The 5-meter-tall artwork ‘Pentateuque’ brings to life the fantastical and seemingly impossible act of an average man (a cast of the artist himself) balancing a gigantic elephant. It is found in Statue Square, Hong Kong. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Pentateuque by Fabien Mérelle. The 5-meter-tall artwork ‘Pentateuque’ brings to life the fantastical and seemingly impossible act of an average man (a cast of the artist himself) balancing a gigantic elephant. It is found in Statue Square, Hong Kong. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

 

Metalmorphosis by David Černý. Located in Charlotte, North Carolina, this is a really cool and unique sculpture as it’s made of sliced steel plate layers that can rotate in different directions. It stands 30 feet tall and weighs 14 tons. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Metalmorphosis by David Černý. Located in Charlotte, North Carolina, this is a really cool and unique sculpture as it’s made of sliced steel plate layers that can rotate in different directions. It stands 30 feet tall and weighs 14 tons. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Marilyn Monroe Sculpture by J. Seward Johnson. This is a 26 foot-tall statue of Marilyn Monroe in her iconic pose from a 1955 movie, The Seven Year Itch. Originally located in Chicago, it was later moved to southern California in summer 2012. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Marilyn Monroe Sculpture by J. Seward Johnson. This is a 26 foot-tall statue of Marilyn Monroe in her iconic pose from a 1955 movie, The Seven Year Itch. Originally located in Chicago, it was later moved to southern California in summer 2012. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Big Rig Jig by Mike Ross. This gravity-defying sculpture came from the idea of turning discarded objects into works of art. It stands 50 feet tall, weighs 25 tons, and most importantly, is made using a couple of repurposed 18-wheeler tanker trucks. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

Big Rig Jig by Mike Ross. This gravity-defying sculpture came from the idea of turning discarded objects into works of art. It stands 50 feet tall, weighs 25 tons, and most importantly, is made using a couple of repurposed 18-wheeler tanker trucks. | Photo Credit: hongkiat.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

31-year-old Luminita Perijoc told a Romaninan court that she was under the influence of a strong medication when she forced a cabbie to have sex with her twice and stabbed him six times when he wouldn’t perform again. 

Mirror reports that the victim, Nicolae Stan, was dragged at knifepoint to Perijoc’s home in Tulcea, Eastern Romania, where he was only supposed to deliver wine. Stan further relates that he was threatened by a 4-inch blade as Perijoc undressed him, demanding intercourse and oral sex right after. He managed to escape to her bathroom later on, allowing him to call for help.

The gruesome attack happened in 2012.

The New York Daily News reported that Perijoc claimed she was the victim of the whole incident. But she was later arrested and sentenced to five years in jail.

In a further report from The Mirror, Stan tried to explain why he did not fight Perijoc, whom he could have easily overpowered.

“I was worried that people would think I raped her, so I tried to escape without hurting her.” He states.

Stan later said that he has been handed a “life sentence” of teasing for refusing to have sex with an Angelina Jolie-lookalike. But he says that people will never understand the ordeal he has to go through. Others will never know what it’s like to have a knife pointed at your throat by a yelling mad woman and that it is impossible to perform in that kind of scenario even if she was Miss Romania herself.

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Fact: Valeria Lukyanova is real as it she can be, from her large breasts, waist-length blond hair and wide doll eyes. She is no figment of imagination, as proven by GQ’s Michael Idov who travelled all the way to Ukraine to interview this famously known “Human “Barbie.”

To keep her appearance, Idov found out that Lukyanova consumes nothing but carrot juice with chutney. She has also expressed her want to be a breatharian, meaning she would not consume anything and that she would try to survive simply on air and light.

Further into the interview, the Human Barbie later reveals some shocking thoughts. First, she goes ahead and says that there is an apparent degeneration of beauty due to ethnicities mixing. She also reiterates her love for the Nordic image and continues on by saying that she is a Nordic type, with a little Eastern Baltic.

Also in the interview, she goes on saying that the thought of having children revolts her. She believes that the worst thing in the world is to have a family lifestyle, and goes on by saying that she would rather be tortured to death than have children.

In 2013, she was featured in a documentary called “Space Barbie” after she claims she is from the planet Venus. Lukyanova also calls herself Amatue in her Youtube videos, all focusing on transcendental thought and self-help.

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If some of your favorite foods were called by their real names, would you actually eat them?

Let’s find out as you go through our list of some of the most popular foods and their real names (plus what they’re really made of or what animal part they came from).

Foie Gras – Engorged duck’s liver

The fancy French name Foie Gras literally means “fat liver” as it is actually taken from force-fed ducks or geese. But not all foie gras comes from force fed bords as some farms also let their ducks go fat naturally.

Rocky Mountain Oysters – Bull calf testicles

You got it right. These breaded and deep-fried morsels of yum usually dipped in sauce are actually bovine gonads, and they are usually that of younger bull calves.

Caviar – Salt-cured fish eggs

This is actually a delicacy often used as a spread or garnish. It is also called as “roe.”

Blue cheese – Moldy coagulated milk curd

The blue in this cheese is not food coloring, it is actually mold. And that is how cheese is made, if you don’t know that yet.

Chitterlings – Stewed pig intestines

These fried or baked delicacy don’t always come from a pig. In other countries, intestines from sheep and cows are also used.

Saffron – Dried reproductive organs of the crocus flower

This is an incredibly rare and really expensive spice that is derived from the flowers of the Crocus Sativus. After the flower’s stigma and style, which is the reproductive organs of the flowers themselves are harvested, it is then dried and used all over the world for cooking.

Scrapple – Spiced loaf of mushed hog offal

This is a classic Pennsylvanian Dutch breakfast. It is made of unused parts of a pig called offal and mixed with cornmeal or flour and shaped to look like a loaf. It is deep fried before being served in individual pieces.

Capers – Pickled flower buds

This is the flower buds from Capparis Spinosa. It is distinctively flavored and often used as a topping. Before being packed in brine or salt, it is first sun-dried.

Bacon – Pig belly strips

You can have it any way – salted, cured, smoked or aged. Either way, it is all pig belly and admit it or not, it is highly addictive.

Escargot – Cooked land snail

They take the edible digestive tracts of some snail species, which are then purged and later on killed. It is then cooked by loading it with butter and garlic before it is crammed back into their shells and served in a fancy plate.

Tripe – Animal stomach

You can have it any way – whether it is beef, pork or lamb. A lot of cuisines all over the world actually use animal stomach in some of their tastiest delicacies.

Gelatin – Protein extract from the skin and bones of animals

Most gelatin is an extraction coming from the natural collagen that is typically found in the leftover carcasses of domesticated animals. And typically as well, gelatin is used in a sheer variety of products.

Sweetbread – Fried or grilled calf gullet

This is not bread, nor is it sweet at all. It is actually made of the thymus or pancreas of animals such as calves, lambs, pigs and cows.

Head Cheese – Head-meat jelly

How to make Head Cheese: get hold of the whole head of your favorite animal, boil it with some vegetables and your favorite seasonings. After it is all soft and mush, strip the head of all its meat and then let it sit. Soon, the natural collagens of the meat will turn it into a jelly then you can start forming it into any shape you want.

Haggis – Sheep organ pudding

This is a traditional Scottish dish and made entirely of a sheep’s heart, liver and lungs. It is also seasoned and flavored with onions and many other seasonings and stuffed into a casing, which is often traditionally coming from the animal’s stomach.

Kombucha – Tea fermented by colony of bacteria and yeast

This suspiciously delicious mildly fizzy drink is made from the symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast that is called SCOBY. How it’s done is it is thrown  into a container, poured with tea and fermented for a while before being drunk.

Veal – Baby cow meat

Veal typically comes from cows, but most often than not it comes from animals that are under a year old, some even as young as a few days old.

Hot Dogs – Tubes of slurried leftover meat

You might think that hotdogs are mainly just casings of ground meat. Well leftover meat, really.

Yogurt – Fermented milk thickened by bacteria

If you throw in a very specific type bacterial culture into milk, it will result into the fermentation of lactose and the production of lactic acid. This is what also gives it its yogurty tartness.

Steak Tartare – Seasoned raw beef

This is simply an uncooked hamburger patty, if you will, complete with the required seasonings and garnished and to continue with the raw factor, often topped with raw egg yolk as well.

Fish sauce – salty fermented fish fluids

This tasty and really salty sauce, used mainly in Asian cooking, is made by packing fresh fish and lots of salt into a box where it is left for months to ferment. After the fish becomes hydrolized, their yummy salty fluids float on top, which is then collected and bottled.

Cottage cheese – Curdled milk chunks

During the cheese-making process, it often leaves both curds (solids) and whey (liquids). Cottage cheese curds are often not pressed, giving it that soupy texture compared to many regular cheeses.

Kimchi – Aged fermented vegetables

This is a traditional Korean side dish. It is made up of a mixed variety of chopped vegetables and placed in jars to be fermented.

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