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Top 10 movies to avoid, worst movies of all time

Thousands of readers of the magazine "Empire" participated in the survey "The worst movie of all time", and the final result was a list of these 10 movies … [Read More...]

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Ultra realistic paintings on the wall

Passing by these amazing 3D paintings will make you almost believe that there are real people standing by the wall. The paintings are made in such a way that you would probably try to touch the girl that's leaning on the wall or maybe the old lady that's resting, because they seem so realistic. The most surprising thing is that the artist is only using his bare hands and painting to make such … [Read More...]

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Man living with a Grizzly bear

This 800 pounds grizzly bear called Brutus is Casey Anderson's best friend, believe it or not. The famous naturalist and his furry friend are inseparable from the day Brutus was a 2 weeks old cub. Casey saved the bear from an overpopulated wildlife park, and raised him with lot of attention, love and respect. … [Read More...]

Best and Worst Gifts Ever Handed

The Best and Worst Gifts Ever Handed Over

If you genuinely never know what gifts to give anyone then maybe you need to seek some inspiration from some of the most unbelievable gifts ever handed out in the history of mankind. Sadly, while some of them are unbelievably good others are simply unbelievably bad. The Statue of Liberty In terms of usefulness this probably seemed like a pretty poor idea at the time, but it turned out to a … [Read More...]

Mythical Places Where You Would Hate to Live

The Mythical Places Where You Would Hate to Live

We tend to think of mythical places as being perfect for living in. After all, who wouldn’t want to live somewhere like El Dorado, Shangri-La or Avalon? Err, you wouldn’t. Scratch the surface of any mythical utopia and you will discover a horrible place you really wouldn’t want to spend much time in at all. Shangri-La – Boring as Heck This Himalayan “paradise” is completely cut off from … [Read More...]

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Modern Christmas Songs List for the Holidays

In just a few days, Christians all over the world will be celebrating Christmas. This means good food, Christmas songs, family get-togethers, presents, Christmas tree, Nightmare before Christmas and Santa Claus. Some say that this is the most beautiful time of the year and if you agree, then we’re going to make it even more beautiful by compiling a traditional Christmas songs list for you. Start a … [Read More...]

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3 Actors Who Suffered Radical Changes to Rock Their Roles

With the recent Dallas Buyers Club movie and the success it had reported, people remembered that not only Jared Leto and Matthew McConaughey had to suffer drastic changes to make their characters plausible, credible and outstanding, but in their careers, many other superstars chose sometimes difficult roles that imposed physical transformations such as loosing weight, gaining weight, change of … [Read More...]

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Unusual Uses for Petrolum Based Products that you Didn’t Know About

Although efforts have been made to come up with renewable sources of energy, and environmentally-friendly solutions for everyday activities, we are still heavily dependent on petroleum for transportation fuels and heating oils. As a matter of fact, we have come to rely on it in a multitude of ways: from gas in our cars to fertilizers, pesticides, and even the clothes we wear. At the moment, global … [Read More...]

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Science Fiction Touristic Attractions That Shame the World Wonders

We've talked about world wonders before and new world wonders recently. And we seem to talk about science - fiction on a weekly basis. This is why we thought about it and started looking for traces and marks of hard science fiction that are present in our world. You think this is strange? Many years ago, people considered science - fiction the buildings that were competing around the world for the … [Read More...]

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Examples of Homosexuality in History and Religion

The annals of history are full of fascinating stories, riveting civilizations, and iconic figures that have shaped the present world, and some other individuals with not a pristine legacy. People that have often achieved (or destroyed) something during their life-time have been immortalized within biographies, studies and historical texts. There has also been a lot of speculation on the subject of … [Read More...]

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Some History Secrets That Still Need Further Reasearch

You'd say that with the technological development this world managed to reach, old unsolved mysteries and historical secrets shouldn't be a problem anymore. Come on, we are able to 3D print organs, make stem - cells transplants and send robots to Mars. How hard is it to read old manuscripts, to decipher ancient secrets or to reveal answers with questions only Indiana Jones would ask nowadays? But, … [Read More...]

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Seven Valentine’s Day Movies You Should Definitely Watch Together

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and this means a lot of cheesy gifts, romantic escapes, and talk about love. It is the time to buy your girlfriend that sexy costume that you were always fantasizing about and have her wear it for you, or simply to cuddle in bed while watching a romantic movie. If your choice for the year is the second one mentioned, you should know that there are a lot … [Read More...]

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3 Iron – Full Foods that Would Increase Even Popeye’s Performance

We all know nowadays that spinach is no longer the miracle vegetable full of iron it can turn the thinnest man into the Terminator version of Arnold Schwarzenegger, but let's face it, Popeye the Sailor Man, the muscle - packed character lied to us for a very long time. Modern science related to nutrition and chemistry proved without a doubt that the iron content of spinach is quite negligible,  … [Read More...]

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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About “Gone With the Wind”

Approximately 77 years ago, Gone with the Wind won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. It may have been nearly eight decades since this movie was released, but it is still one of the most cherished ones in the world. Did you know that it was boredom, and a few mild injuries that caused the 25-year-old Margaret Mitchell to write the most beloved romance story in literary history? What’s more surprising … [Read More...]