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    The most common way to die from taking a selfie is falling from a heights, followed by drowning. From Priceonomics:
    "One-third of all people who met their demise in the midst of a selfie fell from heights — most commonly, a cliff or a building. In late August of 2015, for example, a 25 year-old man Chinese man ventured off-trail to snap a selfie at the top of Long Men waterfall in eastern China. Distracted by the camera, he took a misstep and plunged 100 feet down into a ravine, where he died instantly. When authorities recovered his body several days later, his selfie stick-mounted phone — still intact — contained a picture of him in the process of falling. The following month, a 17 year-old Russian student climbed a nine-story building near Moscow, and hung off the ledge to make it appear as if he were falling. He intended to capture the “ultimate” selfie for his Instagram page; instead, his hand slipped, and he fell to his death. Just weeks earlier, he’d posted a similar image of himself in a precarious position:"
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    Ursuala Goff, a skilled colorist in Kansas, she colors hair to match famous works of art. inspired by artists like Klimt, Andy Warhol, Monet, Botticelli, and Georgia O’Keefe.
    "I often get asked where I went to hair school, and what sort of cosmetology education background I have. The answer is probably disappointing for most people – I went to a community college Cosmo program and have almost no other training outside of that. However, I have done art since I was 5, first developing hand skills as a sketcher, and then expanding those skills into color by working with acrylics, tempera, and especially water colors. I tend to color hair much the same way I color a canvas, using the same sorts of color application techniques and identical color theory. So in honor of my art background being so useful, I thought I’d do a Fine Art series…  "
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    This is the giant wooden Millennium Falcon constructed by woodworker Martin Creaney. A detailed replica of the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars made almost entirely out of wood.  The ship looks like it belongs in a museum and was constructed from over 3,000 individually handcut pieces of 30 different types of wood.
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    This steampunked back brace looks like gorgeous cosplay armor. Maddie and a friend used their theater design skills to make the brace into an elegant, steampunk-style accessory.  
    "Sarah, the design mastermind, also does set design for our theater group, and helped with sets for a steampunk version of 'A Christmas Carol.'"
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    This Star Wars Plushy Bouquet from thinkgeek for her at Valentine’s Day. It has eight plush stormtroopers with a plush Darth Vader in the center of the action. Each of the little characters is attached to a stem with a pair of elastic loops that can be removed.
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    Sriracha to-go packets are here. Now you will never be without Sriracha, no matter where you are, no matter what kind of janky-ass establishment you’re dining at that for whatever sick reason does not carry Sriracha. Sriracha2Go, the handy packets come in boxes of 50 or 200.  Available here.
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    Realistic Ear Cellphone Case made by artist Sarah Sitkin of Los Angeles.   It looks and feels just like a human ear.
    "newest finished piece for Prosthetic iphone case that moves and feels like a real ear all buttons and phone features remain fully functional within the case"
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    This is a  church in Taiwan that’s shaped like a shoe. The structure is over fifty feet tall, and was designed by local government officials in Taiwan’s Southwest Coast National Scenic Area. Made out of over 320 tinted glass panels, the shiny blue building measures more than 10m (36ft) wide and cost about T$23m (US$686,000 £477,000). It is reportedly meant to attract female visitors, “especially female tourists visiting the area.”
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    This Glow-In-The-Dark Hair Trend is gaining traction on Instagram as ladies experiment with special hair dyes that turn on when the lights turn off. With dyes like Manic Panic’s High Voltage hair color, you can transform your strands with just a flick of a switch.  That’s right, your hair must now look good with the lights both on and off. Take a look at the pictures below to see this awesome new trend.
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    Aside from condoms, there’s always a vasectomy, but that requires surgery and although it can sometimes be reversed, that too requires surgery, making the option rather unappealing. But now a company claims to have invented a device that can stop the flow of sperm at the flip of a switch, and allow it to flow through again without further surgery. The Bimek SLV is a spermatic duct valve that is surgically attached to the ducts that carry sperm, and can interrupt this flow if the wearer flips the switch beneath his skin. Flow remains interrupted until the switch is flipped back, finally giving men simply, easy and fast fertility control.
    The device is currently being tested and isn’t ready to market, and once it does get approval, will likely not be covered by many insurance plans.
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    This is a Smart Car painted to look like the driver is riding a motorcycle. Haha, Cool
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    Currently the hot item at Manila Social Club — a Williamsburg Filipino food joint — the donut is created with solid gold coating and icing made out of Cristal. Officially known as the Golden Cristal Ube Donut, the item is also filled with an ube mousse and champagne jelly. Some New Yorkers have been said to drop $1,200 USD on a dozen. Would you?
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    The Japanese Army has created and awesome Star Wars snow sculpture for the 66th annual Sapporo Snow Festival using a massive 3,500 tonnes of snow.  The Japanese Ground Self-Defense Forces’ 11th Brigade used bulldozers to move 3,500 tons of snow into a pile that they then carefully crafted into a 23m-wide and 15m-tall epic monument to Darth Vader and his Imperial forces, complete with an imposing posse of Storm Troopers and TIE fighters. T
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    These are the lightsaber rear windshield wiper covers designed and sold by WiperTags. They come in a bunch of different colors and hilt styles and cost $15 - $17. The company, WiperTags, also makes a bunch of different non-Star-Wars rear windshield wiper covers, like daggers, swords, and chainsaw.
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    Darwinian Voodoo, the new pedigree lifestyle brand by artists fantich & young - presents the ‘apex predator’, a collection of body-art based ceremonial attire. Made for the ‘discerning client with the taste for power and exclusivity’, the series of wearable and household accessories are embellished with human hair and bones, and laden with thousands of teeth.
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    Pringles UK has something for you: a set of candles that allegedly smell like some of their chip flavours. They come in ‘Pigs in Blanket’, ‘Cheesy Cheese’ and ‘Texas BBQ’ flavours and are available now. Pringles UK is selling Pringles candles.
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    In the Internet’s inexplicable rush to stick glitter in ever more inconvenient bodily crevices, some women on Instagram have started adding glitter to their armpits to turn them into lush, bedazzled forests called #glitterpits
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    People told Imgur member morihime that she should do something different with her hair. So she wove it into a braided beard worthy of a dwarven king.
    "They said I should try something different with my hair – So I did."
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    It’s a collaboration between Disney Consumer Products and Kay Jewellers, it stands just 4-inch, weighs just over 1.5 lbs, and  made entirely out of gold and diamonds.  Made from 18-carat yellow gold, this iconic piece of merchandise is decked out in around 860 diamonds amounting to 18 carats. It took 600 hours to make, and “will be displayed at the Force 4 Fashion exhibit in New York and auctioned off for charity later this month.” It’s valued at $135,000, but there’s no telling how much frenzied collectors will dish out for it once it hit the auction block.
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    This is the custom made Golden Girl underwear set available from Etsy Seller Bulletsandbees. $160 gets all four old ladies, or you can buy them individually for $40 - $52 apiece.  Especially the Blanche pair. They’re crotchless. Honestly, all this talk of Golden Girls and underwear has left me feeling a little uneasy.
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