Yeah Yeah I know… WTF did I just watch?? LOL
Yeah Yeah I know… WTF did I just watch?? LOL
This girl woke up to a note taped to a wall in her bedroom. It was from her dad and it was the beginning of an exciting trail of clues. Well, sorta.
She had no idea what to expect, so she followed the clues that were left around the house. Then, at the end, she was shocked by the surprise her “loving” dad had waiting for her.
That’s probably not the surprise she was hoping to find. Her dad is clearly an evil genius.
The apartment, which was often used by Walt and his family, is located above the Main Street fire house, and it’s still there today and decorated exactly like the picture below.
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Also prior to 1983, the tea cups where located in the present-day location of King Arthur Carrousel.
After the 1983 redesign of Fantasyland, the ride was renamed Snow White’s Scary Adventures, which is much more fitting.
Prior to 1983, Fantasyland was meant to represent a Medieval fair.
Also, notice that the Mickey Mouse performer has the costume head removed in public.
Note: No track in the original version of this attraction, so kids were really driving these cars.
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This made my day… Too funny!!
All I can say is… WOW!!!
Olivia has been singing since she was four. Her parents didn’t realize just how good she was until she publicly auditioned for the Oklahoma City Redhawks at the mall when they had tryouts to sing the national anthem.
Of course she nailed it.~ Lifebuzz
Non studio version of Katy Perry’s “ROAR”
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The Ultimate Houseboat. This image originates from the site of Bolig Partner a Norwegian home construction firm which urged people to realize their dream home in the New Year!
The ship itself is an offshore subsea construction vessel. The house which was digitally placed on the ship’s helipad comes from an image on the site of Ultimalt, a Norwegian paint company.
Orphaned Syrian boy sleeping between his parents’ graves. This image went viral and people assumed it showed a child whose family had been killed during the conflict in Syria.
It was actualy a staged shot taken by photographer Abdel Aziz Al-Atibi of his nephew in Saudi Arabia as part of a conceptual art project. When he learned of how the photo was being misunderstood, he uploaded more photos showing other shots of his nephew during the photoshoot, to demonstrate that the scene was a staged art project.
Theodore Roosevelt rides a moose. He was president of the United States from 1901-1909. In that time he was acclaimed for his cowboy persona and robust masculinity. So masculine he even rode a moose!
In 1912, Roosevelt split from the Republican Party and then ran for president as head of the newly formed Progressive Party. Sometimes referred to as the Bull Moose Party. Before the election the New York Tribune ran a set of humorous pictures showing the three main candidates astride the animals associated with their parties. All three images were fake. They had been created by the photographic firm Underwood and Underwood.
What happens when lightning strikes sand? When lightning strikes sand, it can form fulgurites, which are also known as “lightning tubes” or “petrified lightning”.
What the image really shows is a piece of driftwood with sand piled on top of it. The structure was created by “Sandcastle Matt” and posted on his Flickr photostream. He described it as “the biggest sandcastle I’ve ever made”.
Paris Hilton Says ‘Stop Being Poor.’
In the original photo taken at The Palms Hotel in Las Vegas on April 15, 2005, the message on her shirt reads: Stop Being Desperate.
Snow-covered Sphinx. Photos of the Sohinx covered in snow went viral on the heels of reports of the first snowfall in Cairo for 112 years.
The snow-covered images don’t show THE Sphinx in Egypt covered in snow. Instead, what they show is a miniature model of the Sphinx located in the Tobu World Square theme park in Japan. The theme park has miniature models of many other famous attractions from around the world.
Fairy Pools. This photo, identified as “The Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye, Scotland” started circulating online in Oct 2013.
In reality, the picture shows the scenic Shotover River in New Zealand, where the vegetation is a normal shade of green. The vivid purple color is completely artificial, achieved by means of a color filter.
Angry Koala. A viscious Koala is upset in the rain.
The reality is Koalas don’t have wolf-like jaws.The original photo was taken in January 2009 by Flickr user Oz_drdolittle, who explained that the koala was wet because he had sprayed it with water.
Barack Obama has admitted to being a smoker, though before he launched his presidential campaign he resolved to quit the habit. There are hardly any photos of him smoking largely because his campaign makes great efforts to stop such photos getting out.
The original photo was taken by Kwame Ross on Aug. 3, 2004 at the University of Illinois while campaigning to become a U.S. Senator. An unknown hoaxer digitally added the cigarette into the photo.
Sarah Palin With Gun In Bikini. The image showing former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin posing in an American flag bikini while holding a gun started to circulate online soon after she was chosen as John McCain’s Vice-Presidential candidate.
The image was created by an unknown hoaxer who removed Palin’s head from a photo showing Palin marching in the Chugiak July 4 Parade. The hoaxer then pasted Palin’s head onto the body of a bikini-wearing model.
9-11 Tourist Guy. Soon after September 11, 2001, a sensational photo began circulating via email. It showed a tourist posing for a snapshot on top of the World Trade Center as a hijacked plane approached from behind. Apparently the photo had been taken just seconds before disaster struck.
Proof of the photo’s lack of authenticity came when online sleuths realized that the plane in the photo had been cut-and-pasted from a photo taken by Jonathan Derden, available on airliners.net.
George W. Bush Reads Book Upside-Down. Bush and a young child are both reading from America: If you look closely, it appears that President Bush is holding his book upside down
The original version of the photo was taken in the Summer of 2002 while Bush was visiting George Sanchez Charter School in Houston. It was distributed by the Associated Press.
‘Freezing’ freckles off with carbon dioxide was a popular treatment in the thirties. Patients’ eyes were covered with airtight plugs, their nostrils were filled in for protection, and they had to breathe through a tube.
A chorus of large blow-driers attends to a customer in the 1920s
A permanent hair procedure (presumably hair waving) being performed in Germany in 1929.
This device from 1930, invented by Max Factor, helps correct the application of make-up.
This terrifying mask from the 1940s could be plugged in to heat the face and head in an attempt to stimulate circulation and make the skin look fresh.
‘Slenderising salons’ in the forties devised all sorts of weight-loss treatments, one of which was massage chairs like these, which massaged clients’ legs with metal rollers.
A 1940s beauty treatment at Helena Rubinstein’s salon
Before the invention of sun-screen in the mid 1940s, bathers wore garments like this Freckleproof Cape to protect themselves from the sun. The cape also features built-in sunglasses.
Pre-war women would spend hours with their hair bundled up into creepy heating machines like these to achieve a fashionable curled look.
A fruit mask from the 1930s
This ‘Glamour Bonnet’ from the forties promised to give users a rosy complexion by lowering atmospheric pressure around their head to simulate alpine conditions.
This Thirties suction machine consisted of tiny glass nozzles, a rubber hose and a vacuum pump. It promised smooth, spot-free skin.
These two 1920s women are getting rid of wrinkles and imperfections by wearing rubber “beauty masks”
The ‘Hangover Heaven’ face pack, also invented by Max Factor, featured plastic cubes that could be filled with water and frozen. The mask was popular with party-going Hollywood stars in the forties.
Maybe these people will wake up and stop parking like douchebags!!!
A parabolic microphone is used to get the audio.