When you start your internship, especially on the first day, the last thing you want to do is fall asleep while working. It is usually the time when you want to impress people and show what you are worth. Unfortunately this unlucky Intern fell asleep right on his first day on the job.
Thankfully, his new colleagues also saw the funny side, deciding to take a team photo with the sleeping intern at the centre. His picture has since gone viral and many responded with photoshopped versions of the original picture. Image Source: Screenshot/Reddit/2016
An artist based in Brooklyn who goes by the name Katsu used own fecal matter to create a portrait of Facebook CEO and cofounder Mark Zuckerberg. The so called “pooptrait” is a part of KATSU’s first solo exhibition titled “Remember the Future.”
I am pretty sure if he would just have painted a normal picture no one would have cared. Not sure what Mark Z would say? Does he even know? Image Source: Screenshot/THE HOLE NYC/2016
The tanuki or raccoon dog, is a Japanese dog species that many mistake for a raccoon or a badger. This little fella was found abandoned by a young Japanese lad who took him in and raised him. Although they are a dog species, the raccoon dog doesn’t bark. They usually make similar noises to foxes like a long whine and growl. During the winter months they spend most of their time in hibernation. This raccoon dog even has his own Twitter account. Image Source: Screenshot/Twitter/2015
For years divers and scientists alike where intrigued by immaculate circular patterns found on the ocean floor near the Amami-Oshima Islands in Japan. These elaborate, geometric structures, were sculptured from sand and carefully designed. Who made these circles remained a mystery for many years. No one seemed to know who or what formed these patterns on the ocean floor. Some suggested it were aliens!
The puzzle was solved recently once the elusive artists were finally captured on camera. Watch the video below, it will put a smile on your face – guaranteed! It is just amazing and incredible! Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2016
A man returning from Bahrain, has been caught smuggling 14 bottles of liquor into Saudi Arabia, in a very unusual way. The individual had taped the bottles to his legs and concealed them below his clothes. Unfortunately, he was caught. Why and how he was caught is not known. Nevertheless, he is going to be in big trouble.
Alcohol is strictly forbidden in Saudi Arabia and the man now faces public lashing and a long jail sentence. All that for a drink? Poor lad! Image Source: Screenshot/unknown/2016
Kickstarter project “Air Bonsai” combines together magnetic levitation, tiny plants and traditional Japanese “monozukuri” (craftsmanship). Magnetic levitation is used to float small trees which are grown and groomed through the Japanese art of Bonsai. The effect is magical and it looks like something from another world.
Air Bonsai is currently in the middle of a Kickstarter campaign, and has already raised more than $150,000 of its original $80,000 goal. $200 will get you a basic starter kit which includes the growing container, “energy base,” a cushion, a box and an AC adapter. The higher the price the more you get. So what are you waiting for? Image Source: Screenshot/Air Bonsai/2016