The woman is the first one that has the longest tongue I have ever seen. It is so long that it can touch the nasal tip.
The perfect couple! Two freaks Olivia and Ronnie perform their own version of Pimpinela’s Valiente song.
Portland-based physicist, artist, and Wieden + Kennedy copywriter David Neevel built a swell machine that separatesOreo cookies with an automated hatchet and other clever ways. The machine was built as part of the Nabisco’s “Cookie vs. Cream” campaign and more separator machines will be introduced in the coming weeks. You can learn all about David’s machine in the campaign’s fun documentary-style video (and discover all the sacrifices he suffered through to build it).
It’s a basic human desire to separate an OREO cookie. Humans love either cookie or creme. And sometimes a man just needs to invent a machine to do the hard work of separating the two. Today, that man is physicist and cookie-part preferrer David Neevel. Watch him operate the machine he created that separates OREO cookies.
Ukrainian native Valeria Lukyanova may not look like a real person, but with the help of a little eye makeup and a tiny waist the model/singer has been able to fool people the world over.
Photos of the Moldavian-born Lukyanova, called the ‘human Barbie’, took the internet by storm earlier this year, and many questioned whether she existed or was just a very well done computer generated image.
There’s also been lots of speculation over whether or not she’s had plastic surgery to attain her looks (she claims she hasn’t had any and only uses makeup and contact lenses to attain her somewhat Japanese Anime look).
“It’s unclear whether Lukyanova exists at all, or whether it’s all a hoax Leer Más…