Size disparity on the french rugby team. The guy on the left is Sebastien Chabal. Here he is punching somone in the middle of a match:
The Spanish-language title for I, Frankenstein is both accurate and awesome.
When Denver’s newly ascendant star Eric Decker isn’t wearing his Broncos uniform, he’s kicking back in jeans with his (pregnant!) country-singer wife, Jessie James, and the crew of their reality series, Eric & Jessie: Game On. Here, he sports the season’s best beat-up, broken-in, and distressed denim—the kind you (almost) never want to take off
As a present for a friend’s birthday I illustrated and produced a custom copy of the board game Guess Who using the characters from Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 movie Pulp Fiction.
I drew each character in the style of the original game, making careful note of facial features like nose size, mouth size and eye colour to ensure that it actually functioned as a working version of Guess Who as well as referencing the film. The finishing touch was making a new wrapping for the box that looked like Marcellus Wallace’s briefcase.
More pictures of it can be seen on my portfolio by clicking here.
The Showstopper: The Next Hugh Hefner http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXQk5oNVU3s - This is one is entertaining if you want to watch a douchebag pickup artist acting in a cringeworthy manner
The Japanese Love Industry http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpZbu7J7UL4 - Ryan Duffy hangs out with…
I know what you’re thinking: ‘Oh, but Kristi, you’re too young and hot to have kids that old! Are you sure they’re yours?’ No, I’m not.
Teens, for the most part, are easy. They want to please you. They’re funny and smart and can sort through most of their problems without you lifting a finger. The majority of kids are so easy that their parents don’t even have to be present for the children to turn out ok, they just do.
Marriage, on the other hand, is hard work. Staying cute and interesting to another person for decades at a time is a tall order. Drop the ball on your kids and usually everything turns out ok. Drop the ball on your marriage and the whole thing falls apart. And then you’re left starting over and I don’t even know how people meet each other these days. No thanks.
Feb. 24, 1934: “Perfect New Diving Helmet!” After a year of experimentation, Eric D. Chapman of Cleveland, right, developed this 95-pound diving bell, which allowed its wearer to “descend in depths of 50 feet of water and move about without difficulty or discomfort.” He hoped to deploy the device at the summer Y.M.C.A. camp he directed, “so that hundreds of small boys will be able to view strange sights at the bottom of their small island lake.” Photo: The New York Times