A fine collection of random guides and graphs to sharpen your noggin.
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5 In-Your-Face GIFs of in your face moments for when you need to express your feelings about something that is just so, in-your-face to someone. Sometimes a simple reaction gif won't do the trick. You are really going for an abstract thought process, and you need something to drive the point home.
In your face Gifs are here in your hour of need. These gifs are literally in your face, so whoever is on the receiving end won't be able to dodge, dive, or duck this one. If you're looking for even more funny and fantastic gifs, look no further. If you are looking for something maybe a bit softer, these perfect animal reactions will be just the thing.
This surfboard is meant to take the isolation out of the sport of surfing. It gives real time social media updates and text messages. It even helpfully offers up to date information on the conditions of the very ocean the surfer is presumably sitting in.
At the moment, it's still a prototype so only time will tell if it becomes a super useful gadget or just another way to lose your phone at the beach.
Plain and simple, Kuli the one-eyed rescue cat is living the life out in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Kuli out for a nice paddle:
Kuli bides his time swimming across Hawaii's warm bright blue waters with his human surfer friends.
Kuli just trying to kick it for a cool minute:
Kuli's owners, Alexandra Gomez and Krista Littleton, tell the Daily Mail that Kuli's been a surfing beach bum for almost a year now. Gomez and Littleton adopted Kuli when he was just 3-months-old and weighed a pretty pound.
Shortly after Kuli's adoption, he had to undergo surgery to remove an infected eye. Gomez and Littleton credit Kuli's clear comfortability with the water as result of his recovery process, which involved frequent bathing.
Two divers off the western coast of Australia came away unscathed after a terrifying run-in with a Great White shark. Dave Richards and Nathan Podmore were spear fishing when the shark crashed the party. It circled them a few times, cutting the two off from their boat. Armed only with their spears, Richards and Podmore could only poke at the shark to shoo it away.
A surfer off the same coast wasn't so lucky on Saturday, as he was bitten in half by Great White. Benjamin Linden, 24, was attacked by a shark estimated to be almost 16 feet long. It's the fifth shark fatality in this region of Australia in less than a year, and it's spurred lawmakers to consider removing the animal from the Protected Species list.