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Saudi Man Installs ‘Charity Fridge’ Outside His House

Saudi Man installs ‘charity fridge’ outside his house

A Saudi man placed a fridge in front of his house and called on neighbors to fill it with food for the needy. This would spare poor people the “shame” of asking for food.

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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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Giant Easter Omelette

Giant Easter Omelette

Around the world, Easter Monday is a day of relaxing with friends and family, enjoying the leftovers from the prior day’s feast. For the people of Bessiers, a town near Toulouse in Southern France, Easter Monday is the day to enjoy an omelette.

But, not just any omelette. Legend has it that, while traveling through the region, Napoleon and his army rested near Bessiers. While there, Napoleon ate an omelette prepared by a local innkeeper. He found this omelette so delicious, he ordered the whole town to gather and prepare a huge omelette for his army.

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Cute Marshmallow Cats For Your Coffee & Tea

Marshmallow Cats

Japanese Marshmallow shop Yawahada selling cute cat and paw shaped marshmallows for your coffee and tea. The bottoms of these adorable marshmallow cats & paws are made heavy so they can float perfectly and peak out the top of your drink. They’re available in sets for about 840 yen, or about ten bucks.

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Mischievous Everyday Objects

Mischievous Everyday Objects

Inspired by the funny series of bent objects by Terry Border, Ian Thomas decided to create his own, incredibly funny everyday objects series called “Stuff That Comes Alive When I Go to Sleep.”

“The first one I did was How Sliced Olives Are Made,” he says, “it just kind of came to me one day when I started to look at things differently after coming across the work of Terry Border. I thought it was just going to be a one-off type thing, but ideas kept coming. After that it seemed like any time I was in a creative slump when it came to photography I had a backlog of ideas for my set.”

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