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    Rob Fee of Mandatory describes life after you become a parent. Perhaps you used to sleep in on Saturday. But those days are over.
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    From WeirdUniverse: "Why can't Google do a fun ad like this for their robot cars?"
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    The Book Map features titles of over 600 books by literature's greatest authors - from Thomas Hardy to Virginia Woolf, and Tolkien to Kurt Vonnegut - in form of a street map in the style of a turn of the century London.
    "A street map made up from the titles of over 600 books from the history of English Literature (and a few favourites from further afield). The Map includes classics such as Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Bleak House, Vanity Fair and Wuthering Heights as well as 20th and 21st Century works such as The Waste Land, To the Lighthouse, Animal Farm, Slaughterhouse 5, The Catcher in the Rye, The Wasp Factory, Norwegian Wood and The Road."
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    A 1901 advertisement for the Kaiser Mustache Trainer. It'll turn your sour soup strainer into a military style mustache.
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    ‘The Myriad Monikers of Gotham’s Villains 2.0′ by Pop Chart Lab.
    "Just in time for the Dark Knight’s 75th anniversary, our fearsome taxonomy of Gotham’s rogues gallery has returned to strike again! Featuring an all new pulp-inspired design, this 12″ x 16″ chart is a veritable Who’s Who of knaves and ne’er-do-wells, and categorizes by name nearly every one of Batman’s colorful combatants–from big-time baddies like the Joker and Mr. Freeze, to lesser-known lawbreakers like the Walrus, Batzarro, and Larry the Judge."
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    The Comprehensive Guide to the Bicycle.
    It's from a Kickstarter. [ Thanks Andre ]
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    This is the original slide, patented in 1961, was relatively high-tech in its day. It was inspired by the long, durable-yet-flexible design of the filmstrip, and invented to turn an activity people were already doing into a user-friendly product. That's according to patent documents from Robert Carrier, who called his idea "a portable aquatic play device for body planing."
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    This iceberg looks like Batman. Haha.
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    Artist Scott Johnson translated 8-bit old game characters into something more realistic.
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    "Digital painted Creatures and stuff based on my own childhood drawings. I designed these creatures at the age of 4 and now reincarnated them with digital painting" - kiddie arts serie by artist Telmo Pieper.
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    "An estimated 50,000 youngsters handled the Space Disintegrator Gun and Helmet. They just went crazy over them!"
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    The Game of Thrones Cycle
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    Very funny fingertip tattoo. Inked on Ana Laco by Brane Doricic at Inkconnection Tattoo Parlour in Rijeka, Croatia.
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    Exclusive New Image of Bran Stark from Season 5 Of Game of Thrones, haha!
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    These are a few shots from photographer Jesse Rockwell of the New World Mall in Bangkok, Thailand. The 11-story mall was closed in 1997 for being seven stories taller than the blueprints said it would be, then somebody tried to burn the building to the ground in 1999 because some consider it disrespectful to build any structure taller than the The Grand Palace. Since then, the decrepit mall was demolished to four floors, and locals decided to stock the flooded basement with fish to keep the growing mosquito population in check.
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    Instagram user Mirrorsme creates these whimsical drawings on her bathroom mirror. She writes,
    "I bought my last markers in New York, and the sales person just couldn’t understand why I needed all those acrylic markers to draw on mirrors. Later that night, I drew Brooklyn Bridge on my hotel room mirror in Midtown (it was a nice hotel too, with a huuuge mirror… but I decided to remove the mirror art before I left)...Normally, it takes less than 30 min. to draw, but I can really get lost in the process and enjoy it."
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