The Best of Lost At E Minor
The Lost At E Minor posts creating the most waves right now.
The Lost At E Minor posts creating the most waves right now.
When Chris Broad — a British guy living in Japan who’s behind the entertaining YouTube channel Abroad in Japan — chanced across Tadashii fuck no tsukaikata, a book that literally means ‘The Correct Way to Use Fuck’, he bought all the copies he could afford and went on to pass these copies to ordinary Japanese, […]
Software app writer Virgil Griffith is a man with a mission: for seven long years, he has been charting musical tastes based on average SAT scores of college students with correlated Facebook data.
Slavik might be homeless in the Ukrainian city of Lviv, but you’ll never see this man wearing the same outfit twice. Documented by photographer Yurko Dyachyshyn, Slavik’s Fashion is a touching photo series that follows Slavik’s unique day-to-day wardrobe choices. According to Dyachyshyn, Slavik takes great pride in his ‘fashion-forward sensibilities, taking the time to change his clothes at least once a day while restyling his hair and his beard with each new outfit’.
Redditor k-popstar recently moved to Japan as part of an English program. What she didn’t quite expect was the fashion of the country. Over the past couple of months, k-popstar has been taking photos of clothing in stores-the clothing with random English words on them. How random?
Cookie muncher? Milk lover? Cookies with milk fan? You’ll need a new invention-the Dunkin’ Buddy. This new product allows you to dunk those cookies without even holding them, thanks to a magnetic tray that gets placed inside of your cup or mug. Place your cookies in the tray, fill your vessel with milk and your cookies will be dunked automatically.
Hardworking housekeeper and single mother of three Cara Simmons reported in for work just like any other day. What she didn’t know was that the home she was supposed to clean would actually be her new house. The elaborate, heartwarming prank was arranged by Break, a YouTube channel dedicated to the concept of paying it forward through the use of pranks.
This very small museum is nestled within TriBeCa in New York. It’s actually built into an abandoned 60-square-foot freight elevator, out of sight to even most of Tribeca’s residents and to those in the know, accessible only via a dark alleyway. Simply called The Museum, it was officially opened in May 2012.
Deep in the cold, hostile environment of Russia’s north-eastern Chukotka region, you’d never expect to find one of nature’s most heart-warming creatures. Russian mining engineer Ivan Kislov hikes to inaccessible places or joins walking tours during long breaks from work in order to unwind.
You be you, Japan. Last weekend in Tokyo, cosplayers dressed up as Mario Kart characters raced around the city’s busy streets. The drivers also took the time to stop and take pictures with amused bystanders and motorists. No banana peels and shells were thrown – sadly – as Mario, Donkey Kong, Princess Peach, and the […]
YouTube user Viva Frei decided to attach a piece of bread to a GoPro as bait and see what would happen. Well, apparently, squirrels make excellent filmmakers. The hungry squirrel took off with the small camera and continued to shoot a film on the life of living in trees. Eventually, once all the shots were taken, the squirrel kindly dropped the camera back down to Viva. The bread was long gone, of course.
The Diphylleia Grayi is a wonderfully unique flower whose petals turn clear as glass when it’s splattered with raindrops. Commonly referred to as the skeleton flower, it hails from the moist wooded mountainsides in the colder regions of China and Japan. The flowers come out in late spring, with large, fuzzy green, umbrella-like foliage topped […]
If you thought base jumping and skydiving were extreme, well obviously you haven’t tried flying carpeting! Back in August, adrenaline junkies Espen Fadnes and Bjorn Magne Bryn successfully performed the coolest, craziest stunt ever: a mid-air dock between a base jumper and a skydiver, with the former becoming a human flying carpet and the latter […]
French photographer Sacha Goldberg is at it again, putting his own spin on superhero pop culture. Previously, he turned his then-91-year-old grandmother into a superhero. Recently, he’s re-imagined the costumes of our favorite characters as if they were living in the Elizabethan era.
So Kermit asks Julie to sing the alphabet along with him. What Julie did next was the cutest improved line on Sesame Street. In the middle of singing the alphabet, she shouts, ‘Cookie Monster!’ and laughs. She continues this a few more times until Kermit says she should sing with Cookie Monster instead then and continues to walk away.
We’ve all seen and had the tasty cheddar snack Goldfish as children. As adults, here is a more sophisticated goldfish to have swim around your teacup. Charm Villa is responsible for this clever tea infuser. Before hot water hits these teabags, they don’t resemble much of anything. Then, as soon as the kettle’s done and you pour your water, the magic happens.
It’s gotta be true love when you secretly film your significant other’s attempt to be gangsta and he/she lets you post it on the internet for all to see. In the video below, a sneaky husband films his unsuspecting wife as she raps to Salt-N-Peppa’s song, None Of Your Business. She does a pretty good job too, until she catches a glimpse of the camera!
So, hipster mathematician Jonathan Touboul just published a paper titled, The hipster effect: When anticonformists all look the same – attempting to explain via math why hipsters end up looking the same.
It’s improv season again in Toronto and actors, comedians, performance artists are out on the streets to play. Amongst the many participating, there is a group taking fight improv to a new level. They are fighting strangers! One hooded improver stands behind a sign reading ‘Fight me’ while holding a fake sword. If the stranger grabs the sword, combat soon follows.
The manager of Fanny’s Farm in South England was in for real surprise when he went to check the flock of sheep after being told that they were acting very strangely. The ironically named Nellie Budd discovered his woolly charges stumbling around the field and making bizarre noises. She at first mistook the remnants of several large plastic bags to be regular trash that somebody had carelessly discarded on the property for the sheep to consume.
Has IKEA officially launched a pet furniture line we don’t know of? What’s with all these pics of kitty sleeping on an Ikea bed exploding online? Well, no. It’s only pet owners who have ingeniously converted the 2,299 yen (US$20) Duktig bed meant for children’s dolls into a territorial one for their fur babies instead.