13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Title a work in progress)

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25th Jul, 2012

1. Instasham

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A note from Nessy: 

Hey guys, you’ll have to forgive I’m feeling a little under the weather this week. Remember how I mentioned that I broke both my arms the other week and I said that  just going to get on with it and be brave? Well … I take it back. Paris is in the middle of a heat wave and I spent most of my morning sprawled out on the bathroom floor trying to keep cool (as you do), feeling sorry for myself, and then proceeded to make a vigilante attempt at having one of my casts removed … which failed… miserably. Anyhoo, since I’m not getting out much at the moment, the internet is sort of my best friend. Here’s a few things I’ve come across that I’d like to share with you…

2. James Dean before Hollywood

(18 years old):

James Dean after Hollywood:

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3. This DIY shower:

via here

 

 

4. Now that No Doubt is making a comeback, is anyone else noticing more than ever how much Gwen Stefani’s hairdos look like mini Challah rolls?

 

 

5. A tip that may save your life at the beach this summer:

via here

 

6. The real life Simba and Mufasa:

via here

 

7. A Hairdryer in the 1920s:

via here

 

8. Imagining what Venice would be like if it had an underwater subway system:

 Yep, I’m afraid this is just an imaginatively photoshopped photograph. There have been proposals to build a 6 mile long underwater subway but many feel this could result in an ecological disaster for the already sinking city.

via here

 

9. A Petit Beurre Cookie Cushion:

from here

 

10. This kid’s ball-breaking note to the tooth fairy:

 
 
 

11. The Caribbean seashell house (available for rent):

12. Einstein wearing women’s sandals:

 

13. Most awesome car ever?

1961 Ford Thunderbird Custom Roadster Thunderflite

via here 

 

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