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Amazing Hand Cut Paper Animals by Pippa Dyrlaga

  Based in Yorkshire, England, Pippa Dyrlaga is an amazing artist that uses traditional papercutting techniques to create contemporary artworks.

Guy Finds Joke Book from 1940 with a Hitler Reference

  Reddit user dragonxp1 recently stumbled across a joke book from 1940 entitled, 10,000 Jokes, Toasts, and Stories, and found this Hitler joke (#5524):   Hitler went to a fortuneteller and asked her, “On what day will I die?

A Conversation with Andy Green, the Only Driver to Ever Break the Sound Barrier

  October 15th, 2017 marks the 20th anniversary of the Thrust SSC team setting the World Land Speed Record of 763.035 mph (1227.986 km/h)—making it the first and only car to reach speeds faster than the speed of the sound.

Kids Meet a Magician

  Nash the Magician meets a group of kids, answers their questions, and wows them with some sweet magic tricks    

A Completely Level Floor Made from 400 Individual Ceramic Tiles

  The entrance to the Manchester showroom for Casa Ceramica Tiles has been generating buzz online for its trippy pattern.

Every Year Japanese Art Students Get Together and Make Giant Animals Out of Straw

  Since 2008, students from the Musashino Art University in Tokyo have travelled to Niigata City, Japan to create huge sculptures made from straw (featured previously) for the Wara Art Festival.

This Backwards Ollie Up a Set of Stairs is Tripping Me Out

  Skateboarder Dominick Walker finds an interesting way to go up this short set of stairs. Filmed by Chris Blake, the head-scratching clip was recently reposted by Thrasher Magazine.

Hip Hop Head Listens to Rage Against the Machine for the First Time Ever

  If you’re a fan, this is as close as it gets to hearing it again for the first time :)    

Guy Flying Drone Happens Upon a Moose Battling for its Life with a Wolf

  Dan Nystedt was recently flying his drone in northern Ontario, Canada to capture some of the breathtaking scenery when he happened upon a moose.

Artist Photoshops Himself Into His Childhood Photos (11 Pics)

  In a series entitled Childhood, artist Conor Nickerson photshopped his present day self into a series of old childhood photos from the mid 90s onward.

The Shirk Report – Volume 443

  Welcome to the Shirk Report where you will find 20 funny images, 10 interesting articles and 5 entertaining videos from the last 7 days of sifting.

A-ha Did an Unplugged Version of ‘Take On Me’ and It Sounds Like a Completely Different Song

  At a recent MTV Unplugged performance at Giske Harbour Hall in Norway, rock band a-ha performed an acoustic rendition of their hit song, ‘Take on me’.

Surreal Video of Postman Delivering Mail to Neighborhood Destroyed by Wildfire Goes Viral

  Hours after the devastating California wildfires tore through Santa Rosa, professional drone pilot Douglas Thron filmed a postal worker delivering mail to the ravaged neighborhood of Coffey Park.

Kylo Ren Reacts to the New Star Wars Trailer

  Kylo Ren catches a glimpse of the future and he has some opinions about it. Parody video by Auralnauts    

An Ongoing Photo Series Dedicated to the Beautiful Designs of Organ Pipes

  An Ongoing Photo Series Dedicated to the Beautiful Designs of Organ Pipes In an ongoing series entitled ‘Pipes‘, Munich-based photographer Robert Götzfried documents the beautiful and diverse designs of organ pipes.

Line Rider Perfectly Synced to Edvard Grieg’s Mountain King

  YouTuber DoodleChaos synchronizes the song “In the Hall of the Mountain King” by Edvard Grieg to a custom-designed line rider track, drawing everything by hand.

12 Amazing Highlights from the 2017 Nat Geo Nature Photographer of the Year Contest

  Contest closes November 17, 2017 National Geographic invites photographers from around the world to enter the 2017 Nature Photographer of the Year contest.

This Experimental Edition of Fahrenheit 451 is a Real Page Burner

  Jo Frenken, head of the Charles Nypels Lab at the Jan van Eyck Academie recently shared this incredible experimental edition of Ray Bradbury’s famous novel, Fahrenheit 451.

Never Forget the Great Tumbleweed Migration of 2015

  On December 9, 2015, 70 mph (113 km/h) wind gusts swept through Bozeman, Montana, sending thousands of tumbleweeds rolling along for the ride.

The Earth Pyramids of Italy: Where Boulders Perch Atop Pillars of Clay

  One of the strangest landscape elements of the Alps are the so-called Earth Pyramids of South Tyrol.