stuffed potatoes will make your day.

A collection of things I find funny, interesting, or just plain cool.

stuffed potatoes, seriously, will make your day.

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This is what anime sounds like to our parents




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It may have looked like a scene out of a dream, but, for one day last year, a town in Central America was covered in 8 million flower petals.

While the rain of petals over Costa Rica was all part of a shoot for a Sony advertising campaign, the beautiful display stood out in its own right for the explosion of color.

Organized by international advertising agency McCann, the idea was to cover the area near the Irazú Volcano — located in central Costa Rica — with a flower petal for every pixel in Sony’s 4K Ultra HD TV.

With the help of local residents, the team collected the most vibrant and colorful flower petals they could find in the region. In all, it took them more than two weeks to pick the 3.5 tons of petals used to flood the streets with color, according to behind-the-scenes coverage posted by Sony UK.

McCann enlisted photographer Nick Meek to capture the colorful explosion.

See the amazing commercial shot here.

Source: Huffington Post




a fun way to start the day is by getting a call from a robot pretending to be a human

just watch it

holy jesus christ

he cute tho

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To truly live a creative life means that you will need to experiment in as many different fields as possible.

-Moby  (via good)

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[The modern Western economist] is used to measuring the “standard of living” by the amount of annual consumption, assuming all the time that a man who consumes more is “better off” than a man who consumes less. A Buddhist economist would consider this approach excessively irrational: since consumption is merely a means to human well-being, the aim should be to obtain the maximum of well-being with the minimum of consumption.

Buddhist Economics – fantastic, timely read from 1973 (via explore-blog)

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