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I reflect other person's behaviour... I avoid Negative n bossy people..

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Funny Paintings on Thumb

Ditology:::The 'Ditology' project aims to look at our sense of identity and how we use disguises - particularly when we leave a 'digital fingerprint' online.
The inventive Italian, from Bologna, has produced versions of everyone from Dalai Lama and Jesus to Colonel Gaddafi and Hitler. He works under the pseudonym Dito Von Tease, in reference to the burlesque dancer Dita and because 'il dito' means 'the finger'. It all started three years ago, when Von Tease, 33, was looking for an original avatar to use as his profile picture on Facebook.

Von Tease said he chose a finger as a disguise because he was not keen to reveal his identity.
He said: 'In Italian someone could say I wanted to "hide myself behind my finger [trans: nascondermi dietro un dito]" - it's a metaphor to indicate a not-very-effective hiding place.
'I used this metaphor to say we all try to hide ourselves behind an image of us we create. That's my finger, the changing masks everybody wears in playing life... especially famous people.'


Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Penguin With Messy Hair Worried His Mother

Embarrassed mother penguin's desperate attempt to tidy up her chick's unruly hair 
Most of the other young penguins had already grown a set of adult feathers but this late developer needed a helping hand. The little King Penguin - Aptenodytes Patagonicus in Latin - had already grown majestic black and white feathers on his wings and stomach. But instead of a golden crest on his head, sat a tuft of downy brown fluff. The picture was taken in South Georgia by Sjoerd van Berge Henegouwen, 45. Sjoerd, 45, a criminal defence lawyer from Maastricht in The Netherlands said: 'I kind of got the feeling that the parent penguin was worried about the chick being so late in the season with its moulting process. 'The moulting process happens to the adult birds as well as the young penguins, they either get new feathers or exchange their down for feathers. 'The penguin in the photo is halfway done with moulting its down, but he is rather late already.
Unkempt: The mother penguin on the remote island of South Georgia appears to be making a desperate attempt to smarten up her offspring's unruly hair
Shame-faced: The young penguin has sprouted glossy black and white feathers but kept his fluffy head covering later than his peers


Monday, February 6, 2012

Baby Playing Table Tennis


NEW YORK Appearing in a video named 'Jamie playing multiball', wonderkid Jamie returns shot after shot while perched on the left hand side of the table.
He calmly swats the balls back at his dad and trainer, pausing only to regain his Zen-like composure.
On 44 seconds he displays a wholly unconventional backhand before gleefully launching into a series of powerful smashes aimed straight at his dad.
In fact so efficient is Jamie in his Forrest Gump-esque whiff waff skills that his dad has to refill the box of table tennis balls halfway through.

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Bar Serves Drinks on Toy Train Set

Prague : A Czech bar has replaced waiters and waitresses – with a model railway.
The Vytopna Restaurant in Prague has installed a huge £500,000 model railway. The 400 metres miniature railway runs around the restaurant, and through every table. The restaurant owners are passionate about traditional railways.
The railway tracks pass through tunnels, over drawbridges, they run through sculptured rock formations and woods, by ponds, and even pull into stations.
The train delivers drinks from the bar to customer's tables and has proved popular with punters. The empty glasses can be put onto the train again and they are taken back into the kitchen.
The 1,300ft rail system features tiny tunnels, towns and forests.
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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Cat vs. Alligator and she whisked him away...

JAWS NO MATCH FOR THIS ANGRY KITTY

A face-off between a cat and an alligator is hardly a fight between equals. Only, in this incident at a national park in New Orleans, the alligator emerged the underdog. A YouTube video showed the beast innocently stepping out of the water for its meal of chicken, which this cat somehow took very personally. When the alligator exhibited its jaws to intimidate the cat, the bold feline unleashed a series of angry swipes at its snout while stupefied tourists looked on. The gator sheepishly admitted defeat and returned to the water.