On the set of The Good Place, Ted Danson (or is that “Ted Dancing”?) got a lesson from his co-stars on how to floss. Not “floss” as in dental care, but as in the dance craze that’s sweeping the nation.
Source: Ted Danson learning to floss
Fendi is taking a beating online after creating a pink scarf that resembles female genitalia, bush and all.
The Italian luxury fashion brand took down their £750 vulva-like “Touch of Fur” shawl after the internet got wind of it (blue and red versions are still available).
The Guardian humorously notes, it “makes you look like you’re being born.”
If you like the look of labia, are ok with wearing real fur, and have $990 to kill, this scarf is still available from online retailer Farfetch.
Fendi’s £750 ‘vulva’ scarf makes wearers look like they’re being born
Source: Fendi accidentally made a ‘vulva’ scarf
My aesthetic—both as it pertains to food and in general—can best be described as “horny raccoon.” Though I have been known to mess with a tasting menu, I am fully sincere in my love for processed delights such as American cheese and bologna, and will continue to champion chefs and food personalities with similar…
Source: Matty Matheson’s Bologna Bowl Is Very Satisfying
If you’ve ever stood in the camping section of a big box store and wondered how you could snag one of those miniature display tents for your pet, wonder no longer. Enter Cat Camp, an Australian company that has created teeny tiny tents for indoor cats. Their Cat Tents ($59.95) pitch like a human-sized tent but, to be clear, these are for inside the house, not the great outdoors.
We set out to create the most unique, high-quality cat bed. This product is modeled on full-size tent and made to look just like the real thing. Cat Camp is a great addition to any house and a cozy hideaway for all cats.
Cats love small, dark and comfy places – this behavior is instinctive so they can hide from predators and they naturally feel safe when the walls of a box or tent come into contact with their little furry bodies.
The cute, it hurts!
(Nag on the Lake)
Source: Cat-sized camping tents
As a wise man once said, “It’s funny cause it’s true.”
Source: Funny and clever anti-drunk driving sign
I was looking for a pair of Duluth Trading Company fire hose pants. They are awesome. They are made of the same heavy canvas a fire hose outer insulation is. They are soft, but massively over stitched and have a popular with the nuggets ‘crotch gusset.’
None of these things should have led to Zmart Men’s Sexy Collared Bow Tie Bodysuit/Thong/Butler Teddy Costume Underwear showing up in my recommendations.
The Duluth Trading Company has a number of styles of pant. I wear the regular firehose pant over my Bohn spandex armor when motorcycling around my home county or into the awful dodge’em game that is San Francisco.
The Zmart option looks like it offers minimal abrasion resistance, and will not cover the leg armor to my satisfaction.
Zmart Men’s Sexy Collared Bow Tie Bodysuit Thong Butler Teddy Costume Underwear via Amazon
Source: Not the heavy duty work pants I was looking for
In 2011, a Mr. Ye and Ms. Xue met in Chengdu, China, fell in love, and married. Going through family photos earlier this month, Mr. Ye spotted a shot of his wife at a landmark in the city of Qingdao. Then he spotted himself in the background. The photo was snapped in 2000 when they were both teenagers.
“When I saw the photo, I was taken by surprised and I got goosebumps all over my body… that was my pose for taking photos,” said Mr. Ye. “I also took a photo, it was the same posture (as captured in Ms Xue’s photo), just from a different angle.”
Ms. Xue had visited Qingdao to help her mother relax after undergoing an operation a few months earlier. Mr. Ye had been visiting May Fourth Square in Qingdao because his mother had taken ill after booking herself the trip and asked her son to go in her place.
Qingdao and Chengdu, cities of 9 and 14 million people (respectively), are separated by over 1,100 miles and it takes over 20 hours to drive between the two cities.
Source: Married couple notice they’re randomly both in a photo taken 11 years before they met
This might very well be my new favorite thing. While the “Super Big Wrapped in Warmth Happy Furry Jeans Sleeping Bag” looks like an oversized pair of dungarees, it’s really just a giant novelty sleeping bag built for two!
It even comes with two bandana-patterned pillows, which fit adorably in the back pockets…
It’s available at Japan Trend Shop for $696. Grab one for me too and we’ll have a sleepover.
Source: This is not a giant pair of jeans, it’s a sleeping bag for two
Arielle Pardes posted this image of a baked clay sculpture/figurine that is the spitting image of a fidget spinner.
“Spinning Toy with Animal Heads” is from Tell Asmar in Iraq, former site of the ancient Sumerian city of Eshnunna, dates from 2000-1800 BCE, and is currently housed at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.
Source: The world’s first fidget spinner, circa 2000 BCE
In 2011, an excavator operator working in a Canadian mine uncovered a group of unusual looking rocks. The rocks turned out to be the remains of a dinosaur called a nodosaur that died about 110 million years ago. The nodosaur was so well preserved that it looks like a stone statue of a dinosaur instead of just fossilized remains.
The more I look at it, the more mind-boggling it becomes. Fossilized remnants of skin still cover the bumpy armor plates dotting the animal’s skull. Its right forefoot lies by its side, its five digits splayed upward. I can count the scales on its sole. Caleb Brown, a postdoctoral researcher at the museum, grins at my astonishment. “We don’t just have a skeleton,” he tells me later. “We have a dinosaur as it would have been.”
The photos are amazing…it really does look like a statue.
Tags: dinosaurs paleontology science
Source: An amazingly well-preserved dinosaur found in Canada
I would rather not find out why this happened. It’s better to appreciate out of context.
Source: This is what a cat looks like if you shave everything but its face
Yandy introduced a new line of Disney princess-inspired lingerie sets. The company doesn’t name the sets after the princesses, but it’s pretty obvious who’s who. Will Disney let this stand?
Redbook asked four women to wear the lingerie to bed and report their experience:
Usually, getting ready for bed means a bulky sweatshirt and pajama shorts, so he was absolutely thrilled and got right down to business.
“He had zero clue that Disney princesses were involved in any way, even when I gently asked him if the lingerie reminded him of anything. His answer: “Sexy things.” I prodded a little more, asking if it seemed like a character. “Is it Disney?” I was so excited and said, “Yes! It’s a princess – can you guess which one?” I should point out that I look nothing like Snow White, so I was pretty impressed that he guessed Snow White right off the bat. “The colors made it obvious,” he said.
Source: Disney princess lingerie sets introduced