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23 Toilets You Absolutely Must Use Before You Die…

The Ice Restroom

For those who prefer their buns frozen.

The Solid-Gold Throne

The perfect place to drop your own golden nuggets.

The Glass-Bottom Bathroom

The perfect compliment to a room most preoccupied with YOUR bottom.

The Koi Pond Commode

You definitely won’t get lonely.

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The Mortality Toilet

Hit the head and practice a Hamlet-esque monologue, or maybe just a good ol’ fashioned existential crisis!


The One-Way-Mirror Palace

For the exhibitionist who can’t afford legal fees.

The Stone-Age Bathroom

For a yabba-dabba-doo-doo time.

The Indoor/Outdoor Bathroom

Get a tan while you do your business!

The Garden Toilet

When nature calls!


The Room of Mirrors

A way to really reflect on what you’ve produced.

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The Couples Retreat

The ultimate bonding experience.

The Tropical Challenge Bathroom

It’s like Legends of the Hidden Temple, only the motivation behind the adventure is far more urgent than the Shrine of the Silver Monkey.

The Ski-Slope Bathroom

There is no better place to plop your butt than the slopes.

The Steampunk Bathroom

AKA The Dr.-Who-Fan Loo

The ‘Yellow Submarine’ Bathroom

A yellow submarine to navigate the yellow waters of life.

The Underwater Bathroom

King Trident’s throne… with a twist!

The Chaos Commode

The perfect place to go after you’ve eaten too much corn and prunes.


The Outdoorsy Bathroom

Bringing a whole new meaning to the term “outhouse.”

The Surprise Bathroom

Not only can it propel you onto the stage for the Superbowl halftime show, but it can also hide below ground when not functioning as a public toilet.

The Egg Pod

Take a futuristic bathroom journey with these strange egg shaped bathroom stalls at London’s “sketch restaurant.”

The High-Rise Bathroom

For the most metropolitan of movements.

The Comic Book Bathroom

So scary, it may have you pooping bricks!


The Gamer’s Paradise

Take your gaming experience to the next level!

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20 Problems Younger Generations Will NEVER Have To Deal With…

1. Never being able to fit your CD player in your pocket

2. Holding said CD player in your hand and trying to walk with minimum bounce to ensure your CD didn’t skip. It always did, even if you had ‘anti-shock’

3. Waiting by the tape recorder to record your favourite song from the radio

4. Having to rewind your favourite VHS to the start every time you watched it

5. Having to cope with the death of your pet every few days…who cares that it was virtual, it still hurt

6. Putting an alien in the freezer and waiting for it to grow. It never did

7. Having one dream, for your school to get on 50/50

8. Only just being able to remember your best friend’s house number, then being met with the dial up tone when getting through

9. Begging your mum to get off the phone so you could use the internet

10. Once you were finally on the computer, having to wait for 5 minutes listening to this shit

11. Having writers block on MSN after ‘hey, how are you’

12. Having to watch TV shows when they were on. Missed it? Tough, you’ll have to get the lowdown in the playground at break

13. Fighting over the home computer, yes there was only one, can you believe it

14. Slowly coming to terms with the fact that you were never going to be on crystal maze, only days after finally giving up on Fort Boyard. That was always a long shot though

15. The betrayal when a slinky never reached the bottom of the stairs… At least not the way it was suppose to

16. Your hardest choice in life was selecting your ringtone for your new 3310

17. Spending a large proportion of your childhood wondering if your parents actually were aliens

18. Being genuinely confused and disturbed at what gender the teletubbies were

19. Worrying about who you were going to make you top 12 friends on Bebo

20. Finding places based on directions. Mission impossible

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19 Perfectly Timed Dog Photos

Great timing…

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25 Interesting Facts You Might Not Know About Late Actor/Comedian Robin Williams

Robin Williams was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California on December 12, 1990

When he auditioned for the role of Mork from Ork on Happy Days (1974), producer Garry Marshall told him to sit down. Williams immediately sat on his head on the chair. Marshall hired him, saying that he was the only alien who auditioned.

When Williams was first starting out, he performed as a mime outside the New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to make money.

Throughout his successful career, Robin Williams received many awards including Oscar for Best Supporting Actor, two Emmy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and five Grammy Awards.

While best known for his thrilling humor, Robin Williams also explored darker characters and situations in movies. He played a creepy photo developer in “One Hour Photo“ (2002); a writer of pulp novels in “Insomnia“ (2002); and a weird radio host in “The Night Listener“ (2006).

Robin Williams’ make up in the 1993 comedy “Mrs. Doubtfire” took make up artists 5 hours each to achieve the transformation.

Williams devoted much of his time and energy to charities. For example, he supported St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and helped to rebuild the city of Christchurch after the 2010 earthquake in New Zealand.

Most of Williams’ radio broadcasts in the 1987 war-comedy “Good Morning, Vietnam“ were improvised. Williams was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for this movie.

Williams was a supporter of eco-friendly vehicles and owned over 50 bicycles.

Williams co-owned the Rubicon restaurant in San Francisco with his friend Robert De Niro and fellow Bay area resident Francis Ford Coppola.

Robin Williams enjoyed cycling very much and occasionally even trained with his longtime friend Lance Armstrong. Williams also supported his cancer research charity.

During the late 1970s and early 1980s, Williams had an addiction to cocaine and alcohol. He said it was the death of his close friend John Belushi and the birth of his eldest son what prompted him to quit these bad habits.

As a child, Robin Williams was very overweight. Nobody would play with him so instead , he started talking in different voices to entertain himself.

When studying at Redwood High School in California, Williams was voted by his classmates “the least likely to succeed“…boy were they wrong.

He was frequently called up by Steven Spielberg when he was filming his movie Schindler’s List in 1993. Spielberg would put him on speaker phone so he could tell jokes to the cast and crew to cheer them up.

Robin Williams dressed in scrubs and surprised his friend Christopher Reeve in the hospital following his career-ending accident. Reeve stated that it was the first time he laughed since the accident.

He is also the author of many both humorous and serious quotes such as: “Reality is just a crutch for people who can’t cope with drugs.“ Or “No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.“

Robin Williams’ favorite television shows were “Doctor Who” and “Star Trek”.

Williams appeared fully nude in two movies – The Fisher King (1991) and World’s Greatest Dad (2009).

Robin Williams is famous for his TV movie roles but he also played in theatre. He appeared opposite Steve Martin at Lincoln Center in an Off-Broadway production of Waiting for Godot in 1988 or in Rajiv Joseph’s Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo in 2011.

After having won the Academy Award for Good Will Hunting (1997), he sent Peer Augustinski (who was his standard German dubbing voice) a little Oscar replica with a note: “Thank you for making me famous in Germany.”

Williams’ ancestry included English, Welsh, Irish, Scottish, German, and French. He spoke French fluently.

Robin Williams was one of the main candidates for the lead role of Joe Miller in “Philadelphia” but finally, Denzel Washington was preferred over him.

Williams was an avid enthusiast of video games and named two of his children after game characters. He named his daughter after Princess Zelda from The Legend of Zelda action-adventure game series. His son may have been named after Cody from the game Final Fight.

After the open heart surgery to replace his aortic valve in 2009, Robin Williams became a vegetarian.

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This Treehouse Is Every Adult’s Fantasy

Tereasa Surratt and David Hernandez fantasized about their perfect tree house. They came up with the brilliant idea for their Wisconsin estate when they realized one of their favorite trees was dying. Tereasa’s father christened their new home by hanging a rope swing on a giant elm… but the tree had Dutch elm disease.

So, Tereasa and David decided that their tree house should finally be built.

Not only that, but they were going to build their grown-up-kid’s playground on their dying, favorite tree.

The pair got a group of carpenters and designers together to work on the tree.

It wasn’t long before things began to take shape.

It started out as an idea for a tree house like a little kid’s…

But it turned into something MUCH bigger.

They chose reclaimed wood and vintage hardware for the tree house (or “house that just so happens to be in a tree”).

It’s full of little nooks and crannies.

Complete with the remaining healthy limbs poking out here and there.

It’s truly an adult’s playhouse.

Not to mention a work of art.

Plus, Tereasa’s father’s rope swing still hangs from his favorite tree.

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Amazing Before & After Photos Of Rescued Dogs


Kenzi came to Cocker Spaniel Rescue of Austin & San Antonio from San Antonio as an abuse/neglect case. Her transformation shows what some tender loving care and soothing baths. (Image credits:


Trio Animal Foundation went and picked up a clump of matted fur from an open access shelter.  The fur on poor Ellen’s legs was so heavy that it was starting to rip out at the root. 2 pounds of it was shaved away. Now this 2-year-old girl is ready for her new life to begin. (Image credits: Trio Animal Foundation)

Little Betty

Little Betty was abandoned by her owners. Once ashamed by her appearance, she is now ready for a new home. (Image credits:


This poor guy was found in the streets of Montreal looking so filthy that it was hard to tell that he was actually a dog. He could barely move underneath all his matted hair. But look how charming he seems after his cleanup! (Image credits: Quebec Society for Protection Of Animals)


Miley was found living in a trash pile, severely injured and barely able to walk. Now Miley is happy and healthy, living in a new home with her new family. (Image credits: Frank Bruynbroek)


Woody was dumped on the streets after his owner passed away. He hid for months and wouldn’t let anyone near him. The rescuers soon realized that the dog was blind in one eye. Despite his fear, he surrendered to the rescuers’ gentle touch. (Image Credits: Hope For Paws)


One woman spotted this little poodle eating from a trash can in Los Angeles. She reached out toHope For Paws, which helped the little girl become fluffy and charming again, removing 10 pounds of fur from the 15-pound pooch. (Image credits:


Theo’s owners moved away and left the poor creature to live on the streets, where he spent about a year until Hope For Paws came to rescue him. (Image credits: Annie Hart)


Cedar was named after the Golf Course close to where he was waiting to be picked-up by someone. He was hairless from stress, with bones poking through his skin. Since then, Cedar has found a great home with good care, where he fits right in. (Image Credits: Paaws Antigua)


This is Olivia on the day she was taken from an animal shelter by her current owner and one year after. What a difference a year makes. (Source: imgur)


Shrek was found barely moving, with legs covered in sores and fur caked with mud. After his excess hair was removed and his wounds were cared for, he was discovered to be a 6-year-old malti-poo dog that had been raised at a puppy mill. Soon Shrek found a loving home. (Image Credits: Park Road Veterinary Clinic)


Treasure, a 2-year-old female purebred miniature poodle, was severely neglected before being spotted by a passing motorist who brought her to the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society. Because of her matted, thick, and dirty hair, she couldn’t even walk anymore, until a visit to the vet made the beautiful Treasure emerge again. (Image credits:


Alana was surrendered to the shelter severely matted and dirty, hardly recognizable as a dog. To give vaccinations it was mandatory to shave her completely, which revealed her being much younger than initially thought. The sweet little dog found her forever home. (Image credits:


Boo was brought to the CARES Community Animal Rescue & Educational Shelter in Florida after being found on the side of the road, soaking wet and stinking of urine. After being cleaned up and groomed, she weighted only 2,8 pounds and looked adorable. (Image credits:


This poor guy was found barely alive in Mexico with a horrible eye infection. Someone uploaded a picture of him to Facebook, sharing his story. People were touched and donated money to transport the guy into the U.S. and treat his injury. Now it is hard to keep Iggy still – all he wants is to run around and play with everyone. (Image credits: Eldad Hagar)


A man found Vita, starving and close to death, in a junkyard in the Los Angeles area. She weighed only 70 pounds. The rescuers spent months helping her rehabilitate with good veterinary care, grooming and a proper diet, and now she’s a new dog. (Image credits:

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