Unlike the sandwich can kill you restaurant, this one tries to attract their clients in a different ingenious way: actually think you eat in a toilet. And it not so different than that. The 100 seats in the crowded diner are made from toilet bowls, not chairs. Sink faucets and gender-coded "WC" signs appear throughout the three-story facility, one of 12 in an island-wide chain of eateries with a toilet theme.

Customers eat from mini plastic toilet bowls. They wipe their hands and
mouths using toilet rolls hung above their tables, which may be glass-topped jumbo bathtubs.

Some deserts have a strange analogy with other things...

With all these the popularity of the restaurant is big and growing, many people are using their cameras to capture the design, and I can tell I would give it a try and eat there if i ever go to Taipei

It's almost ready to be launched in the sea,'virtually complete' - 98 per cent, to be exact - and is on track for it's November debut, when it will begin life as a U.S. cruise ship. Weighing approximately 134000 tons, the Solstice is over 1000 feet long and can hold 4,350 people (or about 3,000 paying customers). It's also among the first boats of its kind to have a grass area on the roof. For those who like to cruise around the world at 28mph with no means of escaping crying children or death-by-buffet, the Solstice will host its first passengers next month. Check out the "big giant" :


Here is a very funny test that allows you to verify if the age of your brain matches the age that you have...or more

1. Click START
2. Wait for the counter
3. Memorize the position of the numbers on the screen and click on the circles in increasing order of them from the smallest to the biggest.
4. At the end, the computer will show your brain's age.

Good luck!

To start playing press HERE

Swimming with no hands

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This guy is incredible, i don't know how he's doing it,but he swims, and fast. I don't know any additional information, but if some of you guys know I'd be glad to hear. Check him out in action winning this race!

The one wheeled motorcycle

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At just 17 years of age, Ben Gulak from Canada started a project that after 2 years turned into something unique: he invented the one-wheeled motorcycle. He needed a lot of money (45000 $) but the result is awesome: the UNO is zero emissions and its very practical in the crowded places. But i'll think it will take some time until we see a one wheeled motorcycle rider passing by.

No, it's not a sandwich that it's poisoned, or you're choking with it, but a motto of a newly opened restaurant in Beirut, Lebanon. Here the chefs wear military helmets, the food is wrapped in camouflage paper, and if you want to eat outside, you are protected by sandbags.I don't know for you, but I will be very scared to order a "AK-47 Kalashnikov" sandwich or a "rocket propelled grenade" in a place where they use taped sounds of gunfire as background music. Would you dare?

Private Work

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If you want others not to see what passwords you type, or your girlfriend not to see what porn sites you log into :), you might make up a unique thing like this girl did in the pictures below. Maybe, if you are cold, use it to heat up your hands and head :)

These are some pictures taken at a fashion show in China to promote the use of condoms in the fight against HIV/AIDS. A very interesting idea and hopefully many of us will follow the example. So, don't forget, use a condom!

There are things that are fascinating, and one of them is future. Did you ever think how future buildings are going to look like? If you didn't know it, David Trautrimas designed for us a series o extraordinary images that are going to be exposed in a gallery called "Habitat Machines". He was inspired by everyday objects like iron, mixer, scraper, propeller and maybe in the future people will build starting from ordinary things. By the way, would you like to live in this kind of home ?


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