Paul Bates sent a Christmas card to his friend in this envelope with no street name, no town, and no postcode, and the thing still arrived. He forgot all his friend's mailing info so he drew the above picture on the front of the envelope and a put a dot writing "somewhere here." The card arrived nine days later, because apparently the postal service has amazing super powers. I tried a similar method when mailing my Christmas list to Santa but I doubt he ever got it, since I'm looking around and I'm still not seeing any rocket cars.
There are some insane sun pictures taken by greeting card designer/self-proclaimed space cowboy (interesting combo) Alan Friedman IN HIS OWN BACKYARD. In my backyard? *peeking out curtains* My roommate passed out in his boxers. Oh -- here comes company! (It's a raccoon)
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I...can't even believe that's real. Created by level 110 alchemist/cake creator Baking Obsession (AKA Vera) for her son's birthday, this is an absolutely unbelievable Alduin cake from Skyrim. *brain explodes shooting cobwebs everywhere*
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This is a printer made out of LEGO blocks, a felt-tip pen and some homebrew electronics. It's seriously i... / Continue →