Photo of the Day: Internet Thinks Australian News Anchor’s Neckline Looks Like a Penis

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It’ only been a few days since a pilot drew a penis in the sky in Florida, and another phallic phenomenon has already taken over the Internet.

The above screenshot of Network Ten anchor Natarsha Belling was posted to UNILAD’s Facebook page this past weekend, and it has since blown up and been shared on a number of different news sites around the world.

It was also trending on Facebook.

“Once you see it, you cannot unsee it…” UNILAD writes in the caption.

Unfortunate for her, but true. You will never not see a penis on Belling’s neckline.

No response yet from her on Twitter.

So far 2015 has been a good year for viral outfits. Which will you be wearing this Halloween? The white and gold dress, blue and black dress or penis jacket?

Urban Outfitters Attempted to Sell a "Vintage, One of a Kind" Sweater That Reminded Everyone of a Bloody Protest Battle

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Though the shirt has been removed from their site (or sold out), Urban Outfitters got into hot water this weekend for this stained and damaged "vintage" Kent State sweater. The historically-minded among you will recognize Kent State as the site of a Vietnam War protest in 1970 that ended with the police shooting of four student protesters.

Urban Outfitters claims that the item's appearance is due to aging, stains, and miscoloration, though obviously it looks more than a little like the violent aftermath of the protest itself. Their official statement on the sweater doesn't help their case much:



TL;DR: Company known for ripping off art designs, pandering to bratty youths, and doing attention-grabbing things to gain publicity among other attention-grabbing bratty youths acts according to form. Carry on.

Lions, Tigers and, Bears Want to Attack Your Fashion Sense With These "Pre-Chewed" Denim Jeans

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Having ripped jeans has been a fashion statement of danger and toughness in the past but it has never been more legit until now.

The Kamine Zoo in Hitachi, Japan recently took part in an unusual fundraiser: sell jeans that have been gnawed on by their lions, tigers and bears. Large sheets of denim were wrapped around objects like tires, logs and rubber balls for the animals to chew on. The deliberately torn material was then sewn into what they're calling "Zoo Jeans" and are to be sold at auction to raise money for the animals. No price has been set for the jeans.

Look at this Cat of the Day: Felines in Tights Are Sew in Right Now

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Have a look at the latest fashion trend for felines! This stylish kitty is named Gucci, and she knows how to flaunt it, sporting all kinds of looks to accentuate a pair of (yes...kinda creepy) legs that include, tights, leggings, and mini-skirts. It may be reminiscent of something Dr. Seuss might have written about, but who cares when you can mix prints and blend colors like a pro!

LEGO Innovation of the Day: LEGO Brick Ring

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Now you can finally have a way to show off your sense of fashion and your love for LEGOs through one piece of jewelry.

Weird Tube of the Day: It's Not a Dress, It's a Pant Suit!

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In this bizarre homage to bargain thrift shopping, YouTuber thEaniMatOr89 shows off her newly acquired $5 pant suit by scuttling around her lawn to an 80s-style audio track.

That Awkward Moment of the Day: Father Wears Daisy Dukes to Shame Daughter

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Well, this is one way to influence your kid's style of fashion. A few weeks ago, Scott Mackintosh, a father of seven children from Utah, donned a pair of disturbingly short shorts in order to teach his daughter a lesson about dressing appropriately, only to have photographs of his absurd outfit posted on her Tumblr blog shortly after. The post has since reached over 133,000 notes, prompting Mackintosh to set the record straight by writing a blog post and even appearing in a segment on the local news station KSL.