It is very rare for a snowstorm to be accompanied by thunder and lightning. So when meteorologist Jim Cantore happened to be out filming a segment on Winter Storm Neptune, he couldn’t help “geeking out” (as his own channel described it) when he witnessed it for himself.
And it wasn’t just once, either…
If you have something in your life that makes you even a tenth as happy as Mr. Cantore here, you’re in good shape.
The guys from comedy crew Fat Awesome visited a theater to conduct a series of very important woman-on-the-street interviews: After a showing of “50 Shades of Grey” ended on the movie’s opening night, they approached the young ladies leaving the theater with a question the women never would’ve expected to be asked…
During a bit of stage banter at a New York show last summer, musician Matt Nathanson casually played the first few chords of AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long.” It was only meant to punctuate something he was saying between songs in his set, but the crowd picked it up immediately and didn’t let the song end.
You can feel the electric energy between the band and the audience even just watching it on YouTube, and then the spot-on solo starts…
If you picture a house crammed tightly between two big buildings in downtown Warsaw without an inch to spare, the image that comes to mind probably isn’t very inspiring. Now add to that image that the house is only 3 feet wide.
Three feet. 36 inches.
Is this the kind of place you’d want to stay?
Well, it exists, so you can check it out and decide for yourself. It’s the world’s narrowest house and you may be surprised by how awesome it is…
The Keret House is an art installation that is also a fully-functional home in Warsaw inserted in the space between two buildings. At its widest interior span, the Keret House is 48 inches, and at its narrowest it’s only 28.
The house was first conceived by Polish architect Jakub Szczesny in 2009, when he presented it at the WolaArt festival. At the time, it seemed almost impossible — how could a house measuring no more than 5 feet across even exist?
Have you ever wondered how Disney came up with such wonderful stories? Even their oldest films still resonate with children and adults to this day.
For the most part, Disney stories are adaptations of classic fairy tales and novels from decades and sometimes centuries ago. And many of these, as it turns out, are actually horrifying, depressing, and just plain weird.
The Fox and The Hound
Copper and Tod, a hound and a fox, grow up living right next to each other. The unlikely pair struggle to preserve their friendship, despite their emerging instincts and the surrounding peer pressure demanding them to be enemies, but they remain best friends forever.
Let’s just rip off the bandaid, and jump right in with what may be the most distressing thing you read today.
You know the story of The Lord of the Rings, but do you know the story of just…the rings? If not, let C.G.P. Grey take five minutes and catch you up on the shadowy mythology of Tolkien’s titular jewelry…