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Cut Your Bread With This Secret Bread Knife (3 photo)

No one would ever suspect that you might be using a loaf of bread as a weapon.
No one would ever suspect that you might be using a loaf of bread as a weapon.
 
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Artist Hand Carves The Presidents On Coins Into Famous Characters (23 photo)

UK-based artist Shaun Hughes hand carves ordinary nickels and various metal coins into "hobo nickels" inspired by comic books, greek mythology, and pop culture.
UK-based artist Shaun Hughes hand carves ordinary nickels and various metal coins into "hobo nickels" inspired by comic books, greek mythology, and pop culture.
 
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You Need a Get Away This Weekend? (25 photo)

It was a tough working week for you and you want to go away for the weekend. Here is Where You Should Go!
It was a tough working week for you and you want to go away for the weekend. Here is Where You Should Go!
 
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Ridiculous world records it’s hard to believe exist (25 photo)

 
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Shark Mouth! This Indian Teen Had 232 Extra Teeth (3 photo)

No, "Shark Mouth" is not the latest Sharknado sequel (unfortunately). It's what people are calling 17-year-old Ashik Gawai after something very unusual happened to him last week.
No, "Shark Mouth" is not the latest Sharknado sequel (unfortunately). It's what people are calling 17-year-old Ashik Gawai after something very unusual happened to him last week. Following complaints of severe jaw pain, doctors began to look into what was going on in this little boy's mouth. What they found shocked them. Surgeons at a hospital in Mumbai, India, cut into his jaw and successfully removed 232 extra teeth. Freaky, right? Wait until you see the pictures...
 
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Is It Food, Or Not? (25 photo)

Playing with your food is a bad thing, right? Wrong. We know that your mother told you not to, but these days if your food doesn't look as amazing as it tastes, well, ...
Playing with your food is a bad thing, right? Wrong. We know that your mother told you not to, but these days if your food doesn't look as amazing as it tastes, well, you might as well not bother stepping foot in the kitchen. Take a look at these amazing works of food masterpiece art and scope out some of the recipes to see if you can top these chefs.
 
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7 hours ago

These Grammar Fails Will Make Your Day Awesome (10 photo)

Everyone makes spelling or grammar mistakes sometimes. You'll be tearing out your hair after seeing these blatantly awful grammar mistakes (hopefully you'll be laughing while you do).
Everyone makes spelling or grammar mistakes sometimes. You'll be tearing out your hair after seeing these blatantly awful grammar mistakes (hopefully you'll be laughing while you do). It's funny how one little misspelling can result in an entirely different, and hilarious, message.
 
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How To Barbecue With Lava (6 photo)

You might have some great tips for how to build the ultimate barbecue but we're willing to bet that you never planned on using lava to cook your food.
You might have some great tips for how to build the ultimate barbecue but we're willing to bet that you never planned on using lava to cook your food.
 
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1969 Cadillac Converted Into A Mobile Hot Tub (19 photo)

Imagine how easy it would be to pick up women in this thing.
Imagine how easy it would be to pick up women in this thing.
 
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Portraits Out Of Packing Tape By Mark Khaisman (13 photo)

Born in 1958 in Kiev, Ukraine, artist Mark Khaisman studied Art and Architecture at the Moscow Architectural Institute in Russia.
Born in 1958 in Kiev, Ukraine, artist Mark Khaisman studied Art and Architecture at the Moscow Architectural Institute in Russia. Now living in Philadelphia, USA, Khaisman uses rolls of brown packaging tape to create incredible works of art. Mark characterizes his work as ‘pictorial illusions formed by light and shadow’. The three key elements are: translucent packing tape, clear acrylic or film panels, and light. By superimposing layers of packaging tape Mark can ‘play on degrees of opacity that produces transparencies highlighted by the color, shading, and embossment’.