10 Birds You Really Ought To Avoid

Birds are often associated with a sense of peacefulness; they are the first thing you hear on a sunny day when you wake up in the morning, or when you go for a pleasant stroll through the park. But they can also be cruel, hellbent bastards, leaving a careless path of death and destruction in their wake. While they may be capable of all kinds of monstrosities, they are a sort of affirmation that we do live in a world that has a tendency to chew you up and spit you out in the game of good, Darwinian sport. Here are ten birds you’re better off avoiding.
You might think that the worst a seagull could do is fly away with you lunch, or crap on your parade, but these beach dwellers have a dark side lurking just beneath their feathers. And you will see it if you stumble upon their nest. Seagulls, if they feel their chicks are in any way being endangered, will strike with a vengeance and peck your brains out (or do the next best thing anyway). 

The Weirdest X-Rays Ever -2

A film shows PVC plumbing pipes inserted in the bones of a deceased person as part of an alleged body parts ring.

The Weirdest X-Rays Ever-1

These pictures are scary

This is an x-ray of a severed toe

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Duomo and Leaning Tower, Pisa, Italy

Bali is an Indonesian island

10 World's Biggest Creatures

Growth is the law of nature and every living being evolves physically to a certain extant, but sometimes the natural growth process is hampered by genetic abnormalities, resulting in hyper or under growth. Today I have brought to you 10 such living beings who faced this abnormality and grew beyond normal limits. You will be surprised to see these different creatures with their huge built and entering in Guinness Book of Records.

Festival statue

The Aim of the festival 
1) The mission of the festival is to create the space for the meeting of students and other theatre professionals from theatre schools. 
2) The festival is a part of the educational system from, The Theatre Faculty of Janacek Academy of Music and Performing Arts. Organizers 
1) The main organiser of the festival is The Theatre Faculty of Janacek Academy of Music and Performing Arts. 
2) Also, other subjects can participate in organising the festival. The contract of cooperation and other agreements deal with the content and form of the co-operation. Project 

The Perfect rainbow

National geographic best of the best 2011

This is a picture taken directly above these camels in the desert at sunset. 

It is considered one of the best pictures of the year. 

Look closely, the camels are the little white lines in the picture. 

The black you see are just the shadows! 


Life Style-SILVER WARE At Home

Women wash clothes in Tehran

Awesome Living Statues Performers

10 Most Expensive Weddings

For these folks, if their wedding day(s) weren’t the happiest days of their lives, then something is seriously wrong. If you thought your wedding was astronomical, try these top ten of the most extravagant weddings to date ranging from $2 million to $78 million dollars where broadcasting your wedding vows to the world is as important as showing the lining of your wallet.

10. Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes ($2 million) 

They’re still together, almost 6 years later, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes and they come in at number 10 on the top ten list of grandest weddings of all time. After Tom proposed to Katie on the top of the Eiffel Tower, 19 months before the wedding date,they were married in Italy at the 15th century castle, Odescalchi Castle in Rome on November 18th, 2006. Giorgio Armani designed all the apparel for the bridal party and Andrea Boccelli gave a musical performance. The wedding was attended by 150 guests. The couple honeymooned in Maldives following the elaborate wedding event. 

Giant Rubber Duck

Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman created large scale version of the popular yellow rubber duck toy. Inflatable 12 m [40 ft] rubber duck floats in lakes and canals of different cities and brings smiles to the faces of anyone who sees it.

Men Are Just Happier People

Men Are Just Happier People

·        If Laura, Kate and Sarah go out for lunch, they will call each other Laura, Kate and Sarah.
·        If Mike, Dave and John go out, they will affectionately refer to each other as Fat Boy, Dikhead and Shit for Brains.

·        When the bill arrives, Mike, Dave and John will each throw in $20, even though it's only for $32.50.  None of them will have anything smaller and none will actually admit they want change back.
·        When the girls get their bill, out come the pocket calculators.


8 Wacky Festivals Celebrated in the Month of June

We have seen many strange festivals, customs and rituals followed by people in various countries and culture. Thousands of years of human existence, society, belief and superstition has given them shape, while others are celebrated for pure amusement. In this article, we will look at some bizarre festivals that are celebrated in the month of June.

Baby Jumping Festival of El Colacho

Every year during the month of June, the Spanish village of Castrillo de Murcia near Burgos holds its traditional Baby-Jumping Festival as part of its Corpus Christi celebrations. During the act, known as El Colacho, men dressed as the Devil (known as the Colacho) leaps over babies born during the previous twelve months of the year who lie on mattresses in the street.
The Catholic festival of Corpus Christi is celebrated all over Spain with processions, mystery plays and a wide variety of popular celebrations, but this bizarre tradition is seen only in Castrillo de Murcia. The tradition dates back to 1620, although the origins are vague. It is believed that as the incarnate devils jump they take all their evil with them and the children are cleansed.

Kiev Fire Festival 2012

For the sixth year in a row, the Kiev International Fire Festival was held in the capital city of Kiev, Ukraine, on 25th-26th of May 2012. Those who attended got the chance to see the astonishing fire show performed by talented fire artist of the country and abroad. In addition to the fire show at the big stage there were also circus and theatrical performances, the alternative scene, graffiti challenge, circus and fire fair, fire and drum schools.
This year the festival's program included performances of theaters and solo artists from France, Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania as well as artists from the CIS countries.

Chinese Beauty Art Paintings

Though Chinese painting has much in common with western painting from an aesthetic point of view, it still possesses its unique character. Chinese traditional painting seldom follows the convention of central focus perspective or realistic portrayal, but gives the painter freedom on artistic conception, structural composition and method of expression so as to better express his subjective feelings. Chinese painting has absorbed the best of many forms of art, like poetry, calligraphy, and seal engraving.
Take Mr. Qi Baishi (1863-1957), a great painter for example. Mr. Qi was a skillful poet, calligrapher and seal-cutter. Qi, a native of Hunan Province, injected his ink painting with typical Chinese farmers' tastes -- simple, pure, and humorous. All this made him an artistic giant of the 20th Century.
Chinese often consider a good painting a good poem, and vice versa. Hence we often say there is painting in poetry and poetry in painting. In the past, many great artists were also great poets and the calligraphers. The inscriptions and seal on the paintings not only can help us to understand the painter's ideas and emotions, but also provide decorative beauty to the painting.
Pines, bamboo and plum blossoms are 'bosom friends in winter.' The three plants are upright and show rectitude. They become favorite objects for Chinese painters. Chinese painting is a combination in the same picture of the arts of poetry, calligraphy, painting and seal engraving. They were indispensable elements, which supplement and enrich each other in contributing to the beauty of the whole picture.


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