How to Transform Your Boring Deviled Eggs Into Something Special For Easter

Mar 27, 2015 By Scott Neumyer 0

Easter is just around the corner and, if your Easter gatherings are anything like mine, that means you’ll be sitting around a big table stuffing yourself with food while trying to think of clever things to say to your strange uncle.

So, why not be the hit of the party this year and bring a dish that will leave your guests with their mind blown and their mouths watering. Everyone loves deviled eggs, but just wait until you see what they see your deviled eggs that look like baby chicks.

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Via: PopSugar/YouTube

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Endangered “Magic Rabbit” Shows Its Adorable Face For the First Time in Two Decades

Mar 26, 2015 By Scott Neumyer 0

Near the tops of the Tianshan mountain range in northwestern China lives a creature so adorable it’s hard to tell, at first glance, if it’s even real. The teddy bear-faced Ili pika, first discovered in 1983 by conservationist Li Weidong, had not been photographed for nearly twenty years until Weidong stumbled across one in July 2014. Now, after nearly two decades, we finally get to see what the little guy looks like, and it’s amazing.

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Via: Li Weidong/CNN

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25 Fun “Frozen” Facts Including Silly Mistakes and a Hilarious Note in the End Credits

Mar 25, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

If you (or more likely, your kids) are still singing the songs from Disney’s smash hit “Frozen” more than a year later, don’t worry — you’ll have a whole new set of songs in the not-too-distant future.

Disney announced plans for a “Frozen 2,” much to the delight of children everywhere and questionable enthusiasm from parents still trying to “Let It Go” from the first one. While there is no official release date as of yet, it’s planned for 2018.

So there’s plenty of time to brush up on your “Frozen” trivia with these 25 behind-the-scenes facts.

Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell tried out for “Tangled” first.

Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell both auditioned for Disney’s 2010 “Tangled” role of Rapunzel. Although that didn’t pan out, it was those auditions that helped them land the roles of Anna and Elsa.

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Via: Time

There’s a hidden code in some of the main characters’ names.

The characters of Hans, Kristof, Anna and Sven are a tribute to Hans Christian Andersen, the author of “The Snow Queen,” which inspired “Frozen.” Say the names quickly in sequence and hear the similarity.

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28 Brilliant Food Hacks That Will Make You a Kitchen Genius

Mar 23, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

These 50 Motivational Pictures Are So Inspiring They’re Almost Depressing

Mar 20, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

We all have days when we make plans…and then we make excuses. Those are the days when we need a little bit more motivation, a gentle nudge — or sometimes a much-needed shove, uncomfortable as that may be — to do what we need to do.

Today, consider these your nudge…

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Black Guy Stuns Strangers When He Asks Them to Translate a Racist Facebook Message He Got

Mar 17, 2015 By Abraham 0

Over the course of several hours, one at a time, we see several actors come in to await their audition for a commercial. Little do they know, they are playing their part just by sitting there.

In the lounge area with them is a Black man who, as he says, has only been in Lithuania for two weeks. Because he doesn’t yet know the language, he asks for help translating a Facebook comment.

It is a despicable message.

How the aspiring actors respond to the man’s difficult request is both fascinating and touching…

These 25 Fun “Frozen” Facts Include Silly Mistakes and a Hilarious Note in the Credits

Mar 11, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

Can You Tell What This Artist Used to Create These “Space Photos”?

Mar 11, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

Inspired by images from the Hubble space telescope, photographer Navid Baraty has been creating “out-of-this-world” images for his WANDER series — an imaginary spacecraft mission that stands for Wormhole Accelerated Nomad Delivery Reconnaissance — by arranging common household materials onto an Epson scanner.

The planets and moons are made by scanning the bottoms of glasses containing the liquids. The liquids naturally create the shapes and swirls that you see in the images when they mix. The stars and other points of light are made by sprinkling spices and the other ingredients around the scanner glass. Everything is scanned with the cover open to create the totally black backdrop of “space.”

You can see all of his images on his Facebook page and Instagram.

Planet, Moons, and Stars

The planet is made from the bottom of a glass containing half and half, water, and food coloring. The moons were created from the bottom of a glass containing coconut milk, water, and food coloring.

The stars? Salt, cinnamon, baking powder, and Tums.

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The Very First Covers of 30 Famous Magazines

Mar 11, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

Did you know that Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz’s baby was on the first cover of TV Guide? Or that Marilyn Monroe graced the first cover of Playboy? (It’s probably a good thing they didn’t get those two mixed up.)

At any rate, magazines have come a long way — along with their covers. We’ve rounded up 30 of the most popular magazines to show you what they looked like at the very beginning…

Playboy, 1953

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