If you have seen the movie “The Ring” from Gore Verbinski, you will know of the creepy little girl from the movie. Not that I like the movie, but that creepy little girl, called Samara, plays a major role in the horror movie. She was played by the then 12-year-old actress Daveigh Chase, who has now grown into a full blown beauty. Chase herself, was born on July 24, 1990 in Las Vegas, Nevada. She has been acting from a young age on and even is a talented singer. If you would like to know more about her, click here. Below we have collected some images, showing how she looks today. Images: Screenshots/2015
When people go to amusement parks they usually go there to enjoy themselves. I am not sure why this guy went onto the ride, because you can see straight away that he is not enjoying himself at all. I would even go so far that I have never seen anyone in such a passive state.
Not once does this guy even smile or blink and not even when the thing he sits in gets shot into the sky at an incredible speed. Every normal man or woman would show some emotions right? Watch the video below and let me know your thoughts.
We have all experienced this before, we’ve been out and had a greasy kebab. On our way home, we notice that our stomach isn’t responding very well. You try to ignore it, but your stomach keeps reminding you that you made a mistake. After a while you get bloated and it suddenly happens… you let one rip! You are actually surprised how loud it was but soon you notice that it was a close to toxic one. You try to run and hide from your own farts because they are so bad. Now imagine this scenario while on a date with someone you fancy? Could it get any worse?
A British underwear company, called Shreddies, has created a fart-filtering underwear, and is experiencing a massive boom because of it. Shreddies pants have a carbon cloth called Zorflex inserted into its rear panel, which according to its makers, squash the smell of “200 times the average flatulence emission.” What this means is, even if you just had the worst food of all time and heaven’s gate is about to open up, you don’t have to worry.
In the beginning the company began to serve only customers with digestive-tract woes but branched out. Why? Because everybody farts – Some people more, some less. Originally the company’s main market was the US, but due to recent popularity sales have increased by 400%, even domestically.
On average Shreddies men’s boxer cost between $39 and $45, while women’s panties are about $31 to $34. Are you going to buy some? For more info click here. Image Source: Screenshot/205
This must have been one of the worst days in his life. Six-month-old Milo could not believe his eyes when he woke up. These two perfectly-timed pictures have prompted men across the world to cross their legs in pain.
The owner of the cat John Reed, from Frizington, Cumbria said: “He looked down and realised they were missing and let out this almighty screech. He carried on looking down and staring for ages”. Milo, my friend, I feel your pain. (Picture: Screenshot/SWNS/2015)
Rita Mattos, 24, from Brazil has achieved Internet fame after photos of her working as a street sweeper in an orange uniform were posted on Facebook. Since then her pictures have gone viral and she has gathered a huge following on social media.
The 24-year-old, dubbed ‘Sweeper Babe’, from Rio de Janeiro has been working for the city’s Municipal Urban Cleaning Company since she was 16 years old. She wakes up at 4.20am every morning and works shifts of up to 12 hours and earns £400-a-month. Due to her new found fame she has now been offered modeling contracts from all over the world. I am sure we will hear more of her in the future. Click here if you want to follow her on Instagram or Facebook.
A sousaphonist from South Carolina had the genius idea of trolling a Ku Klux Klan gathering. While the Klan marched, the sousaphonist marched along playing a hilariously comical soundtrack. The music made the whole event less dramatic. Watch the video below, it will make you smile. Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015