You’ll have to view it more than once to catch all the tricks.
My favorite part is when the car is speeding towards a collision with the concrete barriers. Continue reading
The cover depicted a large-breasted
Jewish girl with a raygun.
The online magazine "Tablet" publishes stories about Jewish news and culture, so they were interested when they heard a proposal from writer Shay Azoulay. Continue reading
Primero Beso and Ultimo Beso
The wine labels on these bottles of Scott Harvey Wines are called "First Kiss" and "Last Kiss" in Spanish. Continue reading
Some research studies have provocative answers.
Researchers at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University wrote a paper on a study they did on 100 undergraduate psychology students. Continue reading
Tulip Mazumdar underwent the treatment.
Reporter Tulip Mazumdar from the BBC – who says one of her guilty pleasure is reading fashion magazines – talks about what she went through:
Eric LeClerc and his funky floating chicken
Where do magicians get the magic tricks they perform?
Well, think about people who perform music. Continue reading
You need two ladders, an "antigravity board",
a hoop, someone to float, and… Continue reading
It’s a question of orientation.
A man in New Zealand, using a unique semantic defense, attempted to get out of a charge that he was filming down a woman’s blouse. Continue reading
Is that the grin of an innocent teacher?
Catch the magic when a woman pulls cigarettes out of a singer playing a ukulele in a clip from the 1935 short film "Starlit Days at the Lido". Continue reading
Don’t mess with the Carrie, man.
A fake brick wall rigged to ensnare a stunt man, chairs and books on wires, hidden cameras, and a woman with fake telekinetic powers – this is how you freak out unsuspecting patrons of a coffee shop. Continue reading