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3D Drawing Of Coca Cola Can Looks Impossibly Real

3D Drawing Of Coca Cola Can Looks Impossibly Real
3D Drawing Of Coca Cola Can Looks Impossibly Real

Thirsty for an ice cold Coke? Well don’t look here!

This perfectly delicious slim Coke can is actually an impossible drawing by Italian artist Marcello Barenghi. How does he do it?

Marcello actually just went viral with his 3D illusion of an empty bag of chips, garnering over 1.1 million views!

 

Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/10/12/3d-drawing-of-coca-cola-can-looks-impossibly-real/

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Twitter Users Donate Five Million LOLs to Donald Trump’s Announcement

Twitter Users Donate Five Million LOLs to Donald Trump's Announcement

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Donald Trump offered Barack Obama a $5 million check to any charity of choice in exchange for the public release of his college records and passport application.

Trump’s big announcement has been running the online rumor mill since Monday, when he alluded to “very big news” on Fox and Friends regarding President Obama. The reveal was scheduled to happen on Twitter, where users joked about what Trump’s big bombshell could be.

The businessman tweeted a video Wednesday, asserting that all the predictions regarding his announcement have been totally incorrect.

“If he releases these records, it will end the question, and indeed the anger, of many Americans,” Trump stated in the press release.

Naturally, Twitter users responded to the announcement in parody. Many offered their own bargains to Trump, and others compared the video to a villainous scene out of a movie. Even Trump’s hair had something to say.

Witstream is also capturing the reactions of comedians in real time.

Image courtesy of College Humor

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Read more: http://mashable.com/2012/10/24/twitter-users-arent-buying-donald-trumps-offer/

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37 famosos que já tentaram carreira musical

37 famosos que já tentaram carreira musical

Só coisa fina.

1. Gilberto Barros no Sabadão Sertanejo.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=7-t_kR5aIVE. Via youtube.com

Gilberto Barros numa performance mais recente.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=tNTHwVhL8Mo. Via youtube.com

2. Alexandre Frota cantando “Splish Splash”.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=Q5H0NoLu5-g. Via youtube.com

3. Naomi Campbell.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=fdxYlob7UJ8. Via youtube.com

Do disco “Baby Woman” de 94.

4. Paris Hilton.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=zi-FIrmfw2E. Via youtube.com

Do disco “Paris” de 2006.

5. Ana Maria Braga.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=K6I227g11Qw. Via youtube.com

Eu adoro essa música.

6. Sheila Mello.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=CwcovHdQu94. Via youtu.be

Corredeira abaixo.

7. Ângela Bismarchi se aperfeiçoando.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=5lTlUw-8Ddo. Via youtube.com

Ângela Bismarchi aperfeiçoada.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=RCngyJEsxHw. Via youtube.com

…isso é coisa de cineeeEmaaaaAAAAaaaaa♫

8. Roberto Justus in studio.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=RF3S1K7o5Nw. Via youtube.com

Aqui ao vivo para o deleite de todos.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=VATX5cXntR0. Via youtube.com

9. Rodolfo e ET.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=7e9uKkaPnlM. Via youtube.com

Grande hit.

10. Steven Seagal.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=yr_Lah_7sew. Via youtube.com

Do disco “Songs from the Crystal Cave” de 2005.

11. Sabrina – A aprendiz de feiticeira.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=PJGBp0ra5qw. Via youtube.com

Quando ela ainda era “Clarissa Sabe Tudo”.

12. Robert Downey Jr. te surpreenderá.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=FAC5hvJdSSM. Via youtube.com

QUEM SABE FAZ AO VIVO!

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=TWa2jXqopVY. Via youtube.com

13. Tyra Banks.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=mkQktTPqgcw. Via youtube.com

Easy breezy beautiful.

14. Isadora Ribeiro.

Isadora Ribeiro.

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Eu me lembro dela cantando “cheia de blush, naquele rush” em algum programa de auditório. Se alguém tiver mais informações, por favor, se manifeste.

15. Rodrigão (ex-BBB).

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=uu7zx-Wi150. Via youtube.com

Esse vídeo tem mais de 3 milhões de views.

16. Dado Dolabella e seu rolex.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=zHCf30Ymjk8. Via youtube.com

Relax.

17. Susana Vieira cantando “A história de Lilly Braun”.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=_HwTf78NaP8. Via youtube.com

…e eu disse xiss…♫

18. Glória Pires.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=iqVZdUGM7Jg. Via youtube.com

Trilha sonora da novela “As Três Marias”, de 1980.

19. Lindsay Lohan.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=5lTMVCk1MGo. Via youtube.com

Do disco “Speak” de 2004.

20. Solange (ex-BBB).

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=ppwxSttX6rY. Via youtube.com

Sessimaraquê Mix.

21. Kim Kardashian.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=gHp7sq1Tzn0. Via youtube.com

22. Jennifer Love Hewitt.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=Kx4YdVmhwoM. Via youtube.com

Essa música é considerada seu maior sucesso, do disco “BareNaked”, de 2002.No Brasil ela é mais conhecida por participar da série “O Quinteto” e dos filmes “Eu Sei o que Vocês Fizeram no Verão Passado” e “Eu Ainda Sei o que Vocês Fizeram no Verão Passado”.

23. Milla Jovovich.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=nwDugyOCWwI. Via youtube.com

Mais conhecida pelos filmes “Quinto Elemento” e a franquia “Resident Evil”, Milla lançou o album “Divine Comedy” em 2004. Um disco bem legal.

24. Elizângela

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=nkXt9dyoDBk. Via youtube.com

Atriz global.

25. Robert Pattinson.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=2BMvrTghhME. Via youtube.com

Dos filmes da saga “Crepúsculo”.

26. Yudi Tamashiro.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=CUw5nOlj6do. Via youtube.com

Aquele do “Bom Dia & Cia”.

27. Mariana Kupfer

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=68OgLX5aFWg. Via youtube.com

Aquela da “Casa dos Artistas”.

Mais um, por favor. Bis!

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=w-7cunKxaNw. Via youtube.com

28. Bruce Willis também te surpreenderá.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=nDXkd2NyCCE. Via youtube.com

29. Celso Portiolli.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=qa0pKtrv1YQ. Via youtube.com

Uma boa música para academia.

30. David Hasselhoff.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=dYVi7n7aoB4. Via youtube.com

Aquele de “Baywatch”.

31. Catia Paganote.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=LdvEZNrBQEs. Via youtube.com

Ex-paquita da Xuxa. Que timbre! Por favor, ouçam.

32. Raul Gil mandando benzáaaço.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=s7-4pbsxTi0. Via youtube.com

33. Regina Duarte, namoradinha do Brasil.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=WcJz7YvzgsQ. Via youtube.com

Ela lançou esse EP em 1971.

34. Rodrigo Faro, namoradinho do Brasil.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=zQ7mSdL-Cpg. Via youtube.com

35. Silvio Santos, dono do Brasil.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=3t8xu4Lcusw. Via youtube.com

Apenas marchinhas cômicas e bem sucedidas.

36. Sergio Malandro feat. Faustão.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=cWh-cnl__HE. Via youtube.com

RAP DO OVO!

37. Hebe Camargo feat. Meninas cantoras de Petrópolis.

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=IdylgSBL06E. Via youtube.com

Um grande clássico da cinematografia brasileira.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/gasparj/37-famosos-que-ja-tentaram-carreira-musical-sfpz

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Carrie Fisher ‘weirdfully’ pokes fun at William Shatner

Carrie Fisher ‘weirdfully’ pokes fun at William Shatner

http://twitter.com/#!/darkdevotions/status/496765048032067584

We’re  not really sure either.

It seems Carrie Fisher was coining some new words when she was suddenly overcome with the desire to smack talk William Shatner.

http://twitter.com/#!/carrieffisher/status/496759422652530688
http://twitter.com/#!/carrieffisher/status/496761657826492416

Ouch.

http://twitter.com/#!/WilliamShatner/status/496762647870574593
http://twitter.com/#!/WilliamShatner/status/496768833076486144
http://twitter.com/#!/CiroTweeter/status/496765793510498304
http://twitter.com/#!/WilliamShatner/status/496767881028173824
http://twitter.com/#!/brittlestar/status/496769806411251712

Right?

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/08/05/carrie-fisher-weirdfully-pokes-fun-at-william-shatner/

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The 19 Greatest Comics Of The Year

The 19 Greatest Comics Of The Year

1. 19. Thief of Thieves

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Why it made the list: Everyone loves a good heist film. However, heist comics are few and far between. Thief of Thieves captures the fun of the “planning scenes” from your favorite movies while interspersing it with the real, human problems that come with being a full time criminal.

Read if you like: Ocean’s 11, obsessed Federal agents, money in briefcases.

3. 18. Mind the Gap

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Why it made the list: Ghosts, amnesiacs and controlling parents. These are just a few of the ingredients that made Mind the Gap a great comic even though it flew under the radars of most fans this year. The pacing and the mystery reveals will keep you anxiously anticipating the next issue.

Read if you like: Out of body experiences, wearing hoodies, London.

5. 17. Batman Incorporated

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Why it made the list: And so it ends. Grant Morrison’s run on Batman was either the greatest thing EVER for fans or an overly convoluted mess. With its series of callbacks to ancient Batman history, its labyrinthine plot structure and its dramatic end, one certainly couldn’t call it anything except memorable.

Read if you like: Batpeople, events happening to Robin, Batman being called out on how silly the “Batman” concept is for grown adults.

7. 16. Avengers Arena

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Why it made the list: A guilty pleasure book, Avengers Arena closely resembles Battle Royale, set in the Marvel Universe with C list heroes. But it rises above the premise to demonstrate just how thin the line between “hero” and “villain” can be when pushed to the limit.

Read if you like: people turning into dinosaurs, guilty pleasures, the Hunger Games without the Dystopia.

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9. 15. Lazarus

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Why it made the list: Greg Rucka is no slouch when it comes to writing about covert missions and weary assassins. Lazarus is an action packed book which builds upon the conceit of a world controlled by Mafia families that have a unkillable family member to protect them. Full of betrayal, gunplay and swordfights, Rucka manages to keep the pacing and dialogue realistic while creating a fun escapist romp.

Read if you like: corporate hitmen, samurai swords, suppressed populaces.

11. 14. The Unwritten

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Why it made the list: What if Harry Potter was based on you and you had to live out your life as a well-known if not supernatural being? Now what if the things written about you have a kernel of truth? The Unwritten takes this premise and builds upon it to create a complex “world within worlds” comic which will keep the reader trying to puzzle through the answers.

Read if you like: children’s books that come to life, Harry Potter in his dotage, finding mysterious objects in old mansions.

13. 13. BlackAcre

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Why it made the list: Half of the populace lives in the world of Tron. The other half lives in a distorted Little House on the Prairie meets Deliverance. If you like automatic weapons and old time preachers then this book is for you.

Read if you like: pitchforks, baling hay under the watchful eye of semi-automatic weapons, finding religion.

15. 12. Revival

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Why it made the list: Revival is much like the French TV series the Returned in which the dead don’t come back as zombies, but instead try to reintegrate themselves into our normal lives and throw a small rural town in Wisconsin into chaos. It is a pulse pounding read as you watch overmatched individuals deal with the concepts of life and death being turned inside out.

Read if you like: less obvious zombies, living in the Midwest, seeing meth labs go kaboom.

17. 11. Sex

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Why it made the list: BANNED FROM THE INTERNET. OK, maybe just banned from your portable readers due to Apple’s byzantine “safe content” rules. Joe Casey warned people that the title was not just a come on.

Read if you like: Superheroes after they are done superheroing, banned books, full frontal nudity.

19. 10. Shadowman

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Why it made the list: Valiant Comics resurrected an old hero and managed to not only make him interesting, but create a new mythos which helps the character resonate with contemporary readers. Unlike past failures to bring back old time heroes like The Phantom, Shadowman evolves past the strictures of its previous incarnation into something new and different.

Read if you like: Voodoo rituals, the antebellum South, living in purgatory.

21. 9. The Wake

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Why it made the list: Horror and deep sea adventure. Science and dolphins. Also, again, dolphins.

Read if you like: Jacques Cousteau in trouble, terror from the deep, imaging the animals in Sea World getting revenge on their captors.

23. 8. Sex Criminals

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Why it made the list: BANNED FROM…ok you get the picture. So if every time you had sex you could stop time, what would you do? Rob a bank? Be endlessly confounded? Make sure that your partner never ever has sex with anyone else?

Read if you like:
Using sex as a weapon, everyday people in extraordinary circumstances, the government being a bunch of prudes.

25. 7. God is Dead

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Why it made the list: All the old gods have come back. They have divvied up the world. Now they are taking out each other. Thor vs. Ares. Quetzacoatl against Zeus. All rendered in extremely graphic detail. My money is on Anubis.

Read if you like: pantheons, ultra violence without guilt, fighting religion with…religion.

27. 6. The Superior Spider-Man

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Why it made the list: Not many people thought it would work. When Dr. Octopus took over the role of Spider-Man, many long time fans of the book despaired and threatened to boycott. Instead, writer Dan Slott has taken an experimental concept and turned it into one of the most popular books. Peter Parker was ineffective. Otto Octavius gets things done. All hail the Superior Spider-Man!

Read if you like: body switching, less Mary Jane, Spider-Man getting a bit Punisher with his adversaries.

29. 5. The All-New X-Men (and all the X-Books)

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Why it made the list: This ranking encompasses all the X-Books across the series as it was one of best plotted and most consistent micro-universes in all of comics. Most stunningly, Brian Michael Bendis, whose work has been oft-criticized for making pet projects of his favorite characters, restrains his impulses and delivers the interpersonal drama and action missing since the halycon days of Claremont and Byrne.

Read if you like: reading 10 titles at a time, Wolverine with a job, arguing about whether Cyclops is a jerk or not.

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31. 4. East of West

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Why it made the list: It’s a mashup of spaghetti westerns, samurai flicks and apocalyptic futures. Death stars as a cowboy who rides a mechanical horse and has a beef with the other three horsemen of the apocalypse.

Read if you like: Clint Eastwood on space horses, southern gentlemen, saloon fights.

33. 3. Superior Foes of Spider-Man

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Why it made the list: The funniest comic book of the year. Z List Spider-Man villains are given their own platform and become almost sympathetic as you watch them get repeatedly foiled not only by heroes, but villains who constantly use them for cannon fodder. It’s hard to make a buck in the villain game.

Read if you like: Dognapping, corporate politics, running away from a fight.

35. 2. Fury: My Wars Gone By

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Why it made the list: Garth Ennis puts a punctuation mark on his time with Marvel’s grittier characters by covering Colonel Nick Fury as he bears witness to the most dubious acts of American foreign policy. Ennis pulls no punches as you read about a man who serves his country because he can’t not fight, yet knows in his heart that what he is doing is inherently wrong.

Read if you like: Cold War politics, binge drinking, dirty jokes about JFK.

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37. 1b. Hawkeye

Why it made the list: The best superhero book of the year. Hawkeye is a fantastic book that examines the normal life of a superhero who lacks cosmic powers or the ability to leap tall buildings in a single bound. Instead he lives in Brooklyn, can’t operate machinery more complex than his coffee maker and tries to avoid his ex-wife.

Read if you like: Brooklyn, dogs, saying “Bro” before every sentence.

39. 1a. Saga

Why it made the list: Saga never stops being good. Just when you think Brian K. Vaughn is going to go down the prescribed path of storytelling, he throws another curveball at the story. It’s forbidden interstellar love, galactic war and family drama all bundled into the book of the year.

Read if you like: Pan-Galactic conflicts, romance novels with a tinge of smut, gripping storytelling.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/mccarricksean/the-greatest-comics-of-the-year-fjmu

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UK Government Ministers To Boycott Sochi Paralympics Over Ukraine Crisis

UK Government Ministers To Boycott Sochi Paralympics Over Ukraine Crisis

David Cameron tells ministers to stay away from the Russian event.

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LONDON – David Cameron on Sunday announced that British government ministers will boycott the Sochi Winter Paralympics in protest at Russia’s involvement in the Ukraine crisis.

The Prime Minister said he had agreed with foreign secretary William Hague that “it would be wrong for UK Ministers to attend the Sochi Paralympics” following Russia’s decision to send troops into its neighbouring country.

The Paralympics are due to start on March 7 and run for nine days, with 45 nations – including Ukraine – currently expected to send athletes to the Russian resort of Sochi. However, the games risk being overshadowed by events further along the Black Sea coastline.

Earlier in the day Hague declared that the “sovereignty and the territorial integrity of Ukraine has been violated” as he prepared to fly to Kiev for talks with the new Ukrainian government.

“This cannot be the way to conduct international affairs,” he said shortly before boarding a plane at RAF Northolt in west London.

“Our response is diplomatic and peaceful and it should be. That is our response but it will be a very united diplomatic response and not just from the Western world, I think, but from many other countries in the world and that is something that Russia will have to think hard about.”

Hague announced that Britain would join with the US, France and Canada and boycott this week’s preparatory talks for June’s annual summit of the G8 nations, which is also due to be hosted by Russia in Sochi.

The foreign secretary is due to spend two days in Kiev and said he has been having regular telephone conversations with members of the new Ukrainian regime in recent days.

Hague said he will urge Ukraine’s new leaders to show restraint and tell them that they must make sure they “represent their whole country”, including the pro-Russian east and south. He will also warn the new Ukrainian leaders of “the tough economic decisions” that will be necessary in order to secure international financial support for the new regime.

Meanwhile, Conservative Treasury minister Sajid Javid has attempted to blame Labour leader Ed Miliband’s decision to oppose British military intervention in Syria last August for Russia’s intervention in Ukraine.

“Direct link between Miliband’s cynical vote against #Syria motion & Russia’s actions on #Ukraine. Completely unfit to lead Britain,” Javid tweeted on Saturday, later clarifying that “When intl community blatantly fails to enforce intl law, others draw lessons”.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/jimwaterson/uk-government-to-boycott-sochi-paralympics-over-ukraine-cris