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World’s Biggest Human Christmas Tree

World's Biggest Human Christmas Tree

A new Guinness World Record has been set for the biggest human Christmas tree. 2,945 people gathered in the Plaza La Democracia, Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The previous record holder was Thailand, where 852 children formed a tree in 2013.

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Gadhimai Festival Nepal: 300,000 Animals Killed To Bring Worshipers Good Luck

Gadhimai Festival Nepal

Gadhimai festival is a two-day religious festival in Nepal wherein more than 250,000 animals are sacrificed to appease a Hindu goddess. This festival is held every five years at the temple of Gadhimai, the goddess of power, in Bariyarpur, Nepal, near the Indian border.

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Chopped Fingers-Shaped Cookies Served In Vampire-Themed Bar In Beijing

Chopped Fingers-Shaped Cookies

A waitress shows cookies in the shape of chopped fingers which is served at the V bar (Vampire Bar) in Beijing. The Vampire-themed bar serves unique foods such as a chocolate in the shape of an eyeball and cocktails in syringes and blood bags, in a place decorated like a vampire base of the Middle Ages.

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Two Kind of People: A Creative Ad Campaign by Zomato

Two Kind of People

“Two Kind of People” is a clever series of illustrations from Zomato separates people into two types based on their choices. Of course, there are definitely more than two kinds of people. However, throughout time there were extreme positions between one or the other, such as Coca-Cola vs Pepsi, McDonald’s vs Wendy’s, Android vs IOs, cats vs dogs, coffee vs tea and more.

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Baby Throws Up In The Mother’s Mouth Ruins The Lovely Photo Shoot

Baby Throws Up In The Mother's Mouth

When you hire a professional photographer you expect to shoot some pictures that you send out to everyone but this lovely photo shoot between a mother and her toddler went extremely wrong when the toddler throws up in the mother’s mouth. Kinda, ruins the whole mood, doesn’t it?

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