Check out the funny toilets of Thailand. I think these toilets are from a night club or something.
Check out some more ladies and gents thai toilet
It seems like there is a race on to design and sell the next big extreme sport. We’ve had Powerisers, Xliders and Scarpers and now we’ve stumbled upon this mad idea.
Imagine having roller blade type wheels attached to almost every point of your body including your elbows, feet, chest, back and knees and then imagine hurling your self down a hill with a crash helmet on….
This looks like it truly is an extreme sport for the brave or crazy!
Check out some of more them here
Great work by a photographer now he can divorce then....
Some guy flying over the handlebars of his bike.
Hey girls, check this out.
how your wife would react when she sees this video of girls sporting tattoos with your name but it's loads of fun though not very safe for work.
Type in your tattoo message, select the tattoo style and then choose the body area of the woman where you would like her to sport the tattoo then enjoy watching...your named tatoo video can be shared via email or you can save it as a wallpaper
Source: Tattoo Parlor
Handy Gun Holster. Not every woman can hold a gun like this.
The oldest surviving condom in the world has gone on display in an Austrian museum.
The reusable condom dates back to 1640 and is completely intact, as is its orginal users' manual, written in Latin.
The manual suggests that users immerse the condom in warm milk prior to its use to avoid diseases.
The antique, found in Lund in Sweden, is made of pig intestine and is one of 250 ancient objects related to sex on display at the Tirolean County Museum in Austria this summer.
Check out what they searching for...
In a recent marketing campaign in Vancouver, 3M sought a strong image for their security glass. They modified a bus shelter and fitted their security glass and filled it with REAL BANKNOTES. Many have tried to gain access with golf clubs and baseball bats but obviously the glass remains intact! This is what you call having faith in your own product...