Baby squirrel!

Baby squirrel!: "
Wow! A very beautiful picture of a baby Squirrel with it’s mother (or father?).

Baby Squirrel


Gotta Have Cereal…

Gotta Have Cereal…: "
wtf photos videos - Gotta Have Cereal...


Fastest Runner in the Universe

Fastest Runner in the Universe: "
wtf photos videos - Fastest Runner in the Universe


Pigeon Champions

Pigeon Champions: "

Pigmy Pouter CH OH902 Tally Mezzanatto

Sometimes you don’t need Photoshop to make something strange – nature’s already doin’ it. Here’s a gallery of the champions from the 2010 Grand National Pigeon Show in Salt Lake City, Utah: Link – via swissmiss

"Peacock spider" Dance


Default Facebook Avatars

Default Facebook Avatars: "

Paris-based photographer Thomas M. made a set of pictures showing people as the default Facebook profile image. He writes “The aim of this project is to humanize the Facebook default avatar provided at the first login.” Mission accomplished.


Robot Monster: The Ultimate Golden Turkey

Robot Monster: The Ultimate Golden Turkey: "
The following is an article from the book Uncle John’s Absolutely Absorbing Bathroom Reader. Contains spoilers, but you can skip to the end and watch the entire movie first if you like.

There are bad movies…and then there are BAD movies. Years ago the Medved brothers reintroduced stinkers like Plan 9 From Outer Space to the public in their groundbreaking books, The 50 Worst Films of All Time and The Golden Turkey Awards. The “Mystery Science Theater 3000″ gave us a chance to watch the best of the worst on TV. Today there are millions of bad movie buffs… and Uncle John is one of them. Here’s one of his favorite stinkers.


Starring George Nader, Claudia Barrett, Selena Royle, John Mylong, George Barrows.

Background: Director Phil Tucker made this opus for less than $20,000. He couldn’t afford to rent a real robot costume, but (fortunately for bad movie lovers) he knew a guy named George Barrows, who owned his own gorilla suit. “When [moviemakers] needed a gorilla in a picture,” Tucker explained to the Medveds in The Golden Turkey Awards, “they called George. [He] got like forty bucks a day… [but] I thought, ‘George will work for me for nothing. I’ll get a diving helmet, put it on him, and it’ll work!’”

It did work. Years later, Tucker’s robot even won an award. Okay, it was a Golden Turkey Award for “The Most Ridiculous Monster in Screen History.” But it was well-deserved. “Unlike many other cinematic robots,” Ken Beggs writes in Jabootu’s Bad Movie Universe, “[this one] has the appearance of a morbidly obese man in a shaggy gorilla costume, adorned with a deep sea diving helmet over his nylon-stocking bedecked noggin” -and the helmet was topped with a rabbit-ears TV antenna. You have to see it to believe it.

Note: Strange anomaly for such a seat-of-the-pants production: Robot Monster was filmed in 3D, and the music recorded in stereo. Even more surprising: the score was written by Elmer Bernstein, later one of Hollywood’s most accomplished composers (he wrote the music, for example, for The Magnificent Seven and The Great Escape).

The Plot: Ro-Man, from the planet Ro-Man, arrives on Earth. His mission: wipe out all human life with his deadly Calcinator Ray. He unleashes a barrage of cheesy-looking death rays, then reports to his master -the “Great One”- via a bubble machine, that the entire human population is dead.

Wrong. Ro-Man’s boss -who looks suspiciously like Ro-Man (with a different diving helmet)- informs him that there are still eight people left alive …and six happen to be hiding behind a force field right near Ro-Man’s cave. Who are they? The Professor, Mary Ann, Ginger… oops, wrong castaways. A German professor, his hunky helper (Roy), a mom (Mom), her two little kids (Johnny and Carla), and her grown daughter (Alice).

Ro-Man’s job is to wander around the desert and find them, then figure out why they’re not dead -and then kill them. But the shaggy robot runs into a little problem: he falls for Alice. The Great One is pretty ticked off about that.

Meanwhile, Alice and Roy are inspired by the apocalypse, and fall in love. (Lucky for Alice, since “he’s the only man alive not related to her.”) They kiss, Roy takes his shirt off, then they get married. The Great One gets a bit upset at Ro-Man and vaporizes him …along with the Earth.

The end? Not exactly -turns out Johnny has hit his head and dreamed the whole thing. Ha-ha! Now The End.

Watch For…

* Ro-Man (Barrows) walking…and walking…and walking in the desert. It must have been 120° in that suit -it’s amazing Barrows survived. You gotta feel for they guy -and he was doing it for nothing!

* The Cave. Why is Ro-Man, who has wiped out everyone Earth and can take his pick of locations, hanging out in a cave with a bubble machine?

* George Nader gratuitously taking his shirt off. Nader was apparently on his way to becoming a star in the late 1940s when he got caught doing something he …umm… wasn’t supposed to be doing. He was relegated to tripe like this, but he still had the bod.

* Ro-Man kills the little girl. This was actually pretty strange and out of place. At least one reviewer speculates it was unplanned -the girl who played her was just so annoying that the rest of the crew insisted on getting her off the set any way they could.

* Ro-Man’s moment of indecision. “I need guidance, Great One, for the first time in my life, I am not sure.” What’s confusing him? He’s hot for Alice, and it doesn’t compute.

* The “surprise” ending.

Memorable Dialogue:

Ro-Man: (informing his master that he has wiped out the human race) “All are gone now. The way is clear for our people.”

Great One: “I want facts, not words!”

Ro-Man: “Fact A! My pulse has been reduced to plus zero zero.”

Great One: “Reject! Error! Error!”

Ro-Man: “Error? But Great Guidance, I have proved it! My energizer has scan-checked by square feet! No life above lepidopteron level exists!”

Great One: “My calculator is more accurate! In the twenty-second category there is an error of sixteen billionths!”

Ro-Man: “The Great One is never wrong. Then there are perhaps eight people left on Earth.”

Great One: “Not perhaps! Precisely! Find and destroy them!”

Roy: (arguing with Alice, who accuses him of being bossy) “I’m bossy? You’re so bossy you should be milked before you come home at night.”

Ro-Man: “Calculate your chances! Negative, negative, negative… is there a choice between a painless surrender death and the horror of resistance death? Show yourselves!”

(Uncle John’s favorite)

Johnny: “I think you’re just a big bully, picking on people smaller than you are!”

Ro-Man: “Now I will kill you.”


The article above is reprinted with permission from Uncle John’s Absolutely Absorbing Bathroom Reader, a fantastic book by the Bathroom Readers’ Institute.

Since 1988, the Bathroom Reader Institute had published a series of popular books containing irresistible bits of trivia and obscure yet fascinating facts.

If you like Neatorama, you’ll love the Bathroom Reader Institute’s books – go ahead and check ‘em out!


Philosophical Debate Referee Signals

Philosophical Debate Referee Signals: "

This handy chart was created by Landon Schurtz, a graduate student in philosophy at the University of Oklahoma. I’m curious about what would constitute a personal foul in debate.

via Marginal Revolution

Mini Crossbow Shooting Targets


Kittens in Bowls!


Evian Roller Babies international version




Just For Laugh Gags eXtrEmely funnY prAnk !{A Creative Quality Release}.flv


Last Benchers Rule!!


never trust girls


Jai Jai Suravarpoojit (Vishwa Vinayaka)


Ganeshay Dheemahi by Shankar Mahadevan Spiritual Gold CD2


Funny things happening with women




My Style


Funny Joke


The baby monkey said"mom, why are we so ugly ?" the mother replied,"you think we are should see the person reading this status : P



"ఆఁ..... ఏవోయ్ వెంకట్రావ్! రాత్రి ఎనిమిదైంది. అసలే కొత్తగా పళ్ళైనవాడివి. ఇంటికి వెళ్ళాలనిపించడంలేదా? ఇంకా పని చేస్తూనే ఉన్నావు?" మెచ్చుకోలుగా అన్నాడు officer.

"ఏం లేదు సార్. మా ఆవిడ కూడా ఉద్యోగం చేస్తుంది. ముందుగా ఎవరైతే ఇంటికి చేరుతారో వాళ్ళు వంట చేయాలి" రహస్యం చెప్పాడు వెంకట్రావు.

Everything in this world

Everything in this world can be seen as you wish to.
Good or Bad; Simple or Complicated
-; Easy or Difficult.
Its not how things are-; it’s about how you look up to them....and how you look up to them is all up to you.-
-Prayer in

"సమస్యలు లేని జీవితం..
-.గాలి లేని ప్రదేశం ఉండవు...!"

Every One Should Be Know


Quotes of the Day : John Maynard Keynes

"Words ought to be a little wild for they are the assaults of thought on the unthinking."

John Maynard Keynes




Create.: "
‘Men must live and create. Live to the point of tears.’ ~Albert Camus

written by Leo Babauta.
It’s amazing how many people I talk to who tell me they want to create a new blog, write a book, start a new business, change careers, make something new.

But they keep putting it off.

Does that sound familiar? You’ve been wanting to do something different, but you don’t have the time (or maybe the energy) right now? A million things on your to-do list, a schedule packed full, meetings that keep coming up. You’ll get to your Big Thing, but later. There’s all the time in the world to do it later, right?

That time will never come. Not if you don’t create that time yourself.

Seize the bull by the horns, grasp it tenaciously, never let it go. Time has a habit of trampling over us, so softly we don’t even notice but so powerfully we become crushed over the course of weeks and years.

I had two jobs, six kids and marathon training going on when I created Zen Habits. There was no time, but I put up a single blog post. The next day I did two posts, even though I had no time. That month I did about 30 posts (not all are still online), despite there being no time.

I had no time, so I created it. Time is often said to be our most limited resource, but it’s not true. We can create time. It takes the sheer force of will to do it, but it can be created.

Time doesn’t fall into your lap. It isn’t handed to you by a kindly old gentleman. You must create it, taking from the world the raw materials you need and shaping it with your bare dirty blistered hands, pushing the clay into form from its shapeless muddy glob.

I had no time to create Zen Habits, and yet today it stands, alive and breathing with pattering heart. I created the time, taking some from television watching, some from meetings, some from saying no to the endless requests on my time by co-workers and wellmeaning friends, some from other important projects that I put off. I put off important things to create time for The Most Important Thing. I said no to others I cared about to say yes to the thing I needed to make.

Say no to everything else. Put off what can be held at bay for the time being. And create time for what is necessary.

Make something. Bring new creative life into the world, change the lives of others, and in doing so, change yours.

You have the power to create time, and the will to create. Don’t squander it, my friend.


If The Logos Were Honest

If The Logos Were Honest: "In a clever art project, Viktor Hertz, a Swedish graphic design freelancer and student, re-fashioned logos of popular companies and flipped into something a little more honest. He says the honest logos reveal the content of each company instead of what's hidden behind the branding. I think it's hilariously brilliant.

Source: designerscouch

Celebrities as Bread

Celebrities as Bread: "Bread People is a single-serving Tumblr that re-imagines celebrities as bread products.

If that seems weird to you, I’d like to say, “Welcome! This is obviously the first time you are using the internet!”

See many more bread people on Bread People.


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