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.
Ahh, so that’s what my inner peace looks like! A team of animators recently collaborated with medical experts to create a 3D visual study of the human skeleton doing yoga. If you’ve ever wondered what your body REALLY looks like while doing ridiculously hard yoga poses, here’s your answer.
If you’ve seen the horror film ‘Annabelle’, you’ve probably been hiding under the covers and avoiding dolls ever since. But watching Annabelle is nothing compared to getting pranked by the haunted doll herself!
Who knew coffee provided miracles every morning? This mug may look like an ordinary vessel, but it hides a very secret power-the power to make pac-man appear at the drop of coffee! When this mug has cold water in it (or nothing), you’ll see only the outline of the pac-man game in bright blue lines.
Where have you been, Mr Bean? The actor Rowan Atkinson, who has entertained us silly as Mr. Bean and the Blackadder characters, has recently gone way back in time with the help of caricature artist Rodney Pike.
You can’t help but love ewoks, those cute, cuddly teddy bear-like creatures from Star Wars. But what’s better than watching ewoks on the big screen (or dressing your dog up as one)? These ewok heels, that’s what.
Being the leader of the United States of America can be quite stressful. You have to worry about the welfare and future of the world’s most powerful nation. Figuratively, you carry the fate of 316 million Americans on your shoulders, with the other 6.8 billion people around the globe watching your every move.
A mother’s love is unconditional. But if we, say, licked a dog’s bumhole or licked a vibrator like a lollipop, would they still love us all the same? For the ‘Pump & Dump’ comedy show, 17 mums wrote down the weirdest and yuckiest things their kids have done. Their love may be unwavering, but that […]
In the video below, German vocalist Anne-Maria Hefele demonstrates a technique called ‘Overtone singing’, wherein she simultaneously sings multiple notes at once. Having practiced this technique for more than 10 years now, Hefele manages to sing a low note and a high-pitched scale at the same time, even moving the notes in opposite directions.
What this school lacks in space, it more than makes up for it in ingenuity! Located in the heart of a sprawling high-density area, the Tiantai No.2 Primary School didn’t have the luxury of having wide grassy areas to put their running oval and basketball court. The solution? Put it on the roof!
Apparently, soldiers of war are now finding peace – not with guns, but with yoga poses! ‘Yoga Joes’ is an action figure concept by San Francisco-based Dan Abramson, in which he takes the classic green army men and makes them do yoga poses.
Move over Grumpy Cat, the internet has a new sensation: a Persian cat named Garfi, better known as Angry Cat. Living in Turkey with his owner Hulya Ozkok, Garfi is just like any other feline, except you know, he has the menacing face of a nefarious villain!
Some readers may think this is a bit lame, but hay we think it’s one of the kookiest things we’ve ever herd. To all your neigh-sayers out there this story really can stirrup some emotion. Ok that’s probably enough horse puns to be getting on with, now it’s time for the mane event (sorry). Let us tell you about Leanne, an Australian website designer who gets a real thrill out of dressing up as a horse.
Is this a story of an unethical restauranteur abusing the trust of his customers, or is it the sorry tale of a gastronomical underdog who had a stroke of entrepreneurial brilliance? Earlier this year a restaurant owner in Xi’an, China, was discovered to have been adding opiates to his noodles so that his regular customers would become addicted to them. When his ruse was discovered and he was questioned by police he admitted to spending 600 yuan ($100) on poppy shells which he secretly added to his recipe. Talk about a secret ingredient!
This little horse is Acer, he’s believed to be the smallest steed in all of Britain at 22 inches tall. He’s so small he gets to wander around his owners’ house like a dog and is even best friends with one! Acer’s owner, Maureen O’Sullivan says she takes him on daily walks on a leash […]
The Leatherdos hair clip is, as you’ve probably guessed by the title, is much more than a simple clip. Slide it into your hair (or on your kippah) in the morning and throughout the day, this tiny piece of metal will prove its hidden powers! First, this clip can do dozens more things than any regular clip.
We all know elephants are smart. In fact, the Scientific American has said: ‘We now have solid evidence that elephants are some of the most intelligent, social and empathic animals around’. But their ability to show compassion in almost unparalleled in the animal world, as this remarkable video shot in a Zürich zoo shows.
Look closely, very closely: your eyes are probably fooling you. What you’re seeing is NOT a real human, but in fact Ed, a computer-generated ‘person’ that shows just how far computer graphics have come to mimicking actual humans. Amazing! What’s even more impressive is that is still a work in progress. As the creator, Australian […]
For years now we’ve been wondering when people were going to start taking us seriously and begin making preparations for the inevitable zombie apocalypse, not to mention the vampire emergence, the werewolf invasion or the demonic possession.
Who among us is not guilty of occasionally stereotyping somebody that we see. While we are all familiar with the idiom ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’, how many of us have really never done so? Photographer Joel Parés explores the innate prejudice that pervades American culture, creating a powerful photographic series that places real people in front of the camera. In Judging America Parés takes two photos of each subject, one of how they might be perceived in a most stereotypical and narrow-minded way and the other of how they truly are.