Depth puts gamers on one of two teams: divers or sharks. Divers seek treasure, sharks try to kill them, but can only see wild thrashing or blood, making for the ultimate game of hide-and-seek.
Glycine’s Swiss-made watches feature timeless, minimal designs, large, readable face graphics, and are made from durable stainless steel and mineral crystal glass.
Dexter is back. While you wait for tonight’s season premiere, take a tour of the room where Dexter’s various murderous props are stored and prepped for the show. How ’bout that bin full o’ heads?
This sci-fi flick is the most expensive movie ever produced in India. Imagine what $43 million dollars buys you in Bollywood. Lots of guns, wall-walking, and a snake made out of people for starters.
Tested in the harsh climates of Hoth, this Wampa fur rug will keep your whole house warm even in the coldest of Earth winters. No, Slave Leia doesn’t come with the rug.
An awesome mod that pits the Red Team against the Mann Co. CEO himself. His fists can kill with one blow and he has thousands of hit points. If you think that’s unfair, you can take it up with him.
N is for Nurburgring: Aston Martinâ€™s 2011 Vantage N420 Roadster has a 420 hp 4.7-liter V-8, top speed of 180 mph, custom side strakes and 19″ diamond turned alloy wheels, all for a mere $145K.
(NSFW) The good thing about this flow chart is that if you follow it, most of the time you’ll have no problem. The bad thing about this flow chart is that it doesn’t really involve you solving anything.
Mini’s Scooter E Concept is powered by an integrated electric motor in the rear wheel and features a smartphone adapter which operates as vehicle key, display and central control element.
If Nickelodeon and Pixar remade Johnny English, they’d probably come up with something like the beautifully wacky Salesman Pete created by Marc Bouyer, Anthony Vivien and Max Loubaresse.
Inspired by a motorized Radio Flyer he saw on TV, Toby Hall built a man-sized version using a Berrien Buggy chassis, a 1641cc 4-cyl. engine, a couple of bomber seats and of course some red paint.
While filming elephants in Mali, National Geographic cameraman Bob Poole and his companions were caught in a massive four hour dust storm. It looked like they were just outside the gates of hell.
If you’ve been using “literally” literally every sentence, you’re probably misusing it. Don’t worry, The Oatmeal‘s got your back. Not literally though. Please, for the love of god, spread the word.
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