Anastasia loves animals, especially cats, but she couldn’t justify getting a furry feline friend, since she already had eight dogs and three horses. However, one day she started looking for a type of cat that would not mind having all those doggos around him or her…
The Brooklyn-based artist David Kassan paints with such a high level of detail, that his paintings look more like pictures. Every pore, cell and wrinkle is painted to great detail and meticulously added. David is one of those rare artists that has achieved the perfect mix of technique, talent and practice.
What better way to start summer than to go see the best movie DC’s ever produced? Of course, I’m talking about Wonder Woman. This blockbuster seems to have really connected with the girl power, and that’s awesome. But you know how the Internet works: we find some small insignificant detail and obsess over it like it’s the most important thing ever. In this case the Internet cried “how is it possible to keep that huge sword hidden beneath the dress?”. So the avid fans decided to shut the haters up and show the world that not only is it possible, but it also looks amazing!
Glow-in-the-dark doughnuts, or just “Glonuts”, are the new food craze straight from Australia. This is one of those definitely unnecessary, but cool-looking food innovations. I mean, has anyone ever said “it’s too dark to eat a doughnut”? You just shove them in your pie hole and pray you won’t get any crumbs on your bed.
Theme parks are great, I love watching people have fun, but sometimes these parks get really out of hand. Take Disneyland for example: it’s colorful, and epic, and fun, and there are all these familiar characters. One of the best places on earth, if you’re a Disney fan. On the other end of the theme park spectrum we have stuff like “Hershey Park”, and “Diggerland”. Digger-what now? Are they serious?
Whatever, let’s just pay a visit to these 5 world’s most bizarre theme parks, and see, if we can still have fun in them!