This Man Wore a Tacky Yellow Dress to His Best Friend’s Funeral…and It Was Beautiful

Sep 5, 2014 By Megan Berman 7

When private Kevin Elliott was killed in action five years ago, the victim of a Taliban ambush in Afghanistan, his best friend Barry Delaney knew what he had to do.

As he squeezed himself into a lime green tube dress and pulled up a pair of hot pink knee socks, Delaney poured himself a vodka neat and toasted his best friend with their favorite drink. They had a deal, and he was holding up his end of the bargain.

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Three years before British soldier Elliott’s untimely death, the friends made a pact: if private Elliot was killed in action, Delaney would wear a dress to his funeral — the louder, the better.

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Give This Amazon Rep a Raise! He’s Hilarious *and* Well-versed in Norse Mythology…

Aug 30, 2014 By Abraham 4

When a book was late in arriving recently, an Amazon customer reached out to them to resolve the problem. The representative who chatted with him online introduced himself as Thor, so our humble protagonist asked if he could be Odin. And from there, the amazing customer service was off and running…

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You have never seen such incredible proof that you need to wear sunscreen. Amazing!

Aug 14, 2014 By Abraham 10

In this incredible video, artist Thomas Leveritt showed random people on the street what their faces look like in ultraviolet light. This is fascinating enough, since this perspective shows future changes in skin that is invisible in ordinary light. So participants were able to see what spots and markings are likely to appear on their faces over time.

This shocks them, but wait till you see what happens when they put sunscreen on…

23 Ultra-nifty Inventions (To Solve Problems That Don’t Really Exist)

Aug 3, 2014 By Abraham 30

Almost none of these gadgets solve real problems, and the ones that do only make things more complicated. But that’s not what matters, right?

They’re cool — even if they are hopelessly impractical — and that’s what counts…

Via Reddit