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Saturday, October 30, 2010

The girl born in the wild

This French girl, Tippi, was born in Nairobi, Africa in 1990. Grew up in the jungles with her parents who are wild life photographers. They documented her life with the animals. She went back to France @ age 10.

Here are some pics, WOW. Isn't it heaven on earth Or not!? I'm impressed. Author unknown.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

World’s Largest Omelette

World’s Largest Omelette

In an attempt to promote eggs as a healthy and cheap food source, and celebrate World Egg Day, Turkish chefs managed to set a new world record for the World’s Largest Omelette.

50 Turkish cooks, along with 10 chefs whisked 110,010 eggs on a giant fryer, 10 meters in diameter. The omelette took 2.5 hours to cook, but I bet the people involved could think of no better way to celebrate World Egg Day. 432 liters of oil were needed to make this larger-than-life-dish nice and fluffy. The event was staged by the Turkish Egg Producers Association as a way of promoting eggs as a tasty and healthy meal.

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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Unbelievable Story of True Friendship

his is an unbelievable story of true friendship. A young girl and a monkey became close friends. Emily Bland taught the orang-utan named Rishi how to pour tea and take strolls together. This all happened at the Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species (TIGERS) in Florida when both friends were still at the crawling stage. Still the story isn't over.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Modern Home Utensils

Monday, October 18, 2010

Roller Coaster Roads

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Saturday, October 16, 2010

Awesome Architecture made of Toothpicks

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Cool Vehicles

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Coolest Bedroom Designs

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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Worlds lowest car

Here’s a car mod that is sure to turn some heads. Called the Flat Out, it is a cut-down 1989 Fiat 126 that stands at under 22-inchs (56cm) tall. The car claims the title of the world’s lowest vehicle and amazingly, was created in just three days.

The Flat Out is the work of car designer Andy Saunders who created the ultra-low vehicle genre back in 1985 with his awesome Mini Claustrophobia. He had since lost the “world’s lowest” title to competitors, but has finally claimed it back with his latest creation.

Saunders, with the help of two hard-working sidekicks, built the Flat Out as part of the 40th Annual Autojumble celebrations at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, Hampshire. Looks like a fun ride…til you hit a speed hump.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Chocolate Boat

George Larnicol, a 55-year-old French chocolatier, managed to create and sail a 3.5-meter-long boat made of chocolate.
On Saturday, September 25, the walled city of Concarneau, in north-western France, hosted an event unique in the world – the launch of a full size chocolate boat. George Larnicol, the mastermind behind this crazy creation, first attempted to sail a chocolate boat on August 15, but the boat crumbled to pieces when turned over from where it was mounted. But one small failure wasn’t enough to make Larnicol quit, and on Saturday, he returned to Concarneau port, with a new chocolate boat named “Bateau Chocolat II” (French for Chocolate Boat II)

The 1.2-ton-heavy boat had a sugar framework, while the rest of it was made entirely of pure chocolate. It took Larnicol and his team one and a half months to complete, working eight hours a day, which adds up to a total of about 400 hours.
George Larnicol and a friend got in the chocolate boat and sailed in it for a bout an hour, waving proudly to the audience, and smiling the whole time. The attached electrical motor allowed the Bateau Chocolat II to reach a top speed of 15km/h.
Chocolatier George Larnicol, who owns a chain of chocolate shops in western France, promised to build a giant 12 meter-long yacht, with two masts, made of 6 to 8 tons of chocolate, sometime in 2012. That’s going to be a sight to be hold, and you can bet you’ll read about it on Oddity Central.

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