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Man Served As Human Chair For Elderly Woman

Man Served As Human Chair For Elderly Woman Stuck in Elevator

Cesar Larios, a moving company worker, helped out an elderly woman in need by serving as a human chair for her when they stuck in elevator and the woman could not stand for longer periods.

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Cake Wrecks: When Professional Cakes Go Horribly Wrong

Professional Cakes Go Wrong

Cake Wrecks is a blog that collects examples of really bad professional cakes. Jen, who runs the blog, explains the concept as follows: “A Cake Wreck is any cake that is unintentionally sad, silly, creepy, inappropriate – you name it. A Wreck is not necessarily a poorly-made cake; it’s simply one I find funny, for any of a number of reasons”.

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Religious Tattoo Designs

Religious Tattoo

Religious tattoo designs are for those who feel things intensely and by using their body as a canvas they express their feelings and beliefs, it definitely goes unnoticed. You might write about your religion, talk about it but as they say a picture is worth a lot of words then getting a religious tattoo will widely express your inner feels.

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Hamster Dresses Up in Cardboard Cutouts – Part 2

Cardboard Cutout Dress For Hamster

Tumblr-er Mythsandfabrication got popularity when she made creative cardboard cutouts with the drawings of different dresses (see here) for her hamster. She has now come up with some more creative costumes for David Bowie, her hamster.

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Curious Child Looks At Squirrel

Cute Child Looks At Squirrel

A very cute and curious child looks at a squirrel at the Royal Lazienki Park in Warsaw, on Easter Monday. We saw another beautiful encounter between a child and a giant polar bear in the past as well.

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School Groundskeeper Creates Snow Art with Broom

School Groundskeeper Creates Snow Art with Broom

51-year-old Russian school groundskeeper has proven that there is always a room for creativity in whatever you do to earn your living. Seymon Bukharin from Izhevsk, the capital city of Russia’s Udmurt Republic, works as a groundskeeper at the local school and his primary duty is to keep the school territory clean and tidy but this winter he has developed a new impressive hobby of creating gigantic snow art with broom.

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