Artist Jordan Wolfson collaborated with a visual effects studio to make this weird, undulating robot for the David Zwirner contemporary art gallery in New York City. When reached for comment, the sculpture simply responded:
Another unordinary option has been added to the list of adult beverage-inspired Jelly Belly jelly beans that is sure to inspire curiosity. The new beer-flavored jelly bean is intended to resemble a Hefeweizen-inspired ale. Though this flavor does not contain any alcohol, it is only marketed to adults.
Now they just need to come up with a pretzel-flavored bean to compliment this new flavor...perhaps a lemon bean will do as well.
Professional ultimate frisbee player Brodie Smith captured footage of his brother throwing away an extensive collection of about 50 Gatorade bottles.
Twas a sad night for my brother when my mom dropped the bomb that he had to throw out his Gatorade Collection. Yes this was every flavor of Gatorade made.
Amou Haji is an 80 year old man who has chosen to live a solitary, nomadic life in Southern Iran. He hasn't bathed in 60 years and smokes a pipe filled with animal feces. Haji believes "cleanliness brings him sickness," according to the Tehran Times.
Though his chosen lifestyle may seem a little off, including eating his favorite meal of dead, rotten porcupine, Haji may be happier than many who live that of a more conventional lifestyle. He says the lacking of material possession actually makes him happy.
Now when you need a little sustenance on the go but want a little more than a Snickers or bag of Doritos, you can get it from the Burrito Box! This new vending machine offers a choice of five different burritos including Roasted Potato, Egg & Cheese, Chorizo Sausage Egg & Cheese, Free Range Chicken, Bean & Rice, and Shredded Beef & Cheese.
The tortilla-wrapped tastiness comes out fully cooked, and with your choice of sides like guacamole and sour cream, you're sure to be fully satisfied. Who needs home cooked meals when you can get something edible out of a giant plastic box that's been placed ironically at the exit of a grocery store?