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A 56-year-old man has given up his day job as a computer engineer to fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming an actor, and he is now earning a living playing dead bodies in films and TV shows.
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When a man with no hands creates beautiful music on a piano, we're forced to pause and rethink the seemingly insurmountable challenges in our own lives. This video is proof that you can do almost anything.
PARIS (Reuters) - A South African performance artist who tied a live rooster to his penis during an impromptu open-air show near the Eiffel Tower was found guilty on Monday of sexual exhibitionism, but (Artist who tied rooster to penis in Paris guilty...
The story of Frane Selak is so unbelievable that you'd walk away from a movie, heck, a documentary of his life thinking it was too unrealistic. But it's not. It's a true story. Selak cheated death seven times.
This is the pet for you if you want to get a head.Teenagers in China are taking leashed cabbages on "walks" as a means to cope with loneliness and depression, according to the Metro. "I feel I can transfer my negative thoug...
From the woman who wanted to look Photoshopped to the man who wants to be a living Ken doll, check out these extreme cosmetic surgery makeovers.
The name Zzyzx, pronounced as “Zay-Zix,” was reportedly voted as the most bizarre baby name ever by the eBabyNames.com visitors.
John Reid, a balloon artist from New York, built the world’s largest balloon sculpture (made by a single person) last Friday.
No, it's not an episode of The Twilight Zone. One woman in the village of Nagoro makes doll versions of her neighbors whenever they depart, creating a village filled with dolls.Read more...
Mary Mariee is a Japanese company that rents out women’s formal wear. But they’ve recently tapped into a rather new market – men who want to be princesses for a day.
A heartbroken Taiwanese man is suing a teenage girl’s mother for breaking a promise she made 11 years ago. The man, a 32-year-old school teacher at the time, had fallen in love with his 8-year-old student.
Do you ever fantasize about living in the 1980s? No phantom smartphone vibrations, no iPads, no Spotify -- just VHS tapes, old-fashioned radio, and mullets. Well, a family in Ontario tried to do just that, living as best they could like it was 1986. But now they're giving it up.
Like millions of Americans, Triana Lavey loves taking selfies. But the 37-year-old television producer from Los Angeles didn’t really like herself in her Facebook photos or during Skype chats.
Rob Rhinehart believes that if he wants to then he won't have to eat in his life again.
From the Cuban teens in search of freedom to the boy who wanted to see his mother again, meet 8 aerial stowaways who defied the odds and lived to tell the tales of their incredible journeys.
Rodrigo Alves, an airplane steward from London, has invested over $150,000 in plastic surgery to turn himself into a living, breathing Ken doll (Man Spends over $150,000 to Turn Himself into a Real-Life Ken Doll http://t.co/SXVcsBf5Ag)...
Philosophy goes where hard science can't, or won't . Philosophers have a license to speculate about everything from metaphysics to morality, and this means they can shed light on some of the basic questions of existence.
27-year-old environment activist Rob Greenfield went a whole year without taking a shower. A man-made shower, that is. Instead, he spent the year bathing in natural water resources – lakes, rivers, rain and waterfalls.
58-year-old Ludvik Dolezal is considered to be the dirtiest man in Europe. He’s homeless, he has no access to a shower, and he’s been sleeping in a pile of hot ash every night for the past year.
From the man who voluntarily entered a concentration camp to a teenager who saved a rape victim while his house burned, meet 9 little known people whose courageous acts are the stuff of legend.
Rina Nanase, a 25-year-old Japanese idol has put herself through so much plastic surgery that she now sort of looks like Dobby the Elf from the Harry Potter films. The resemblance is uncanny – the large eyes, long nose, and pointed chin.
Downtown São Paulo isn’t the most likely place to find Osama Bin Laden lookalikes. So when bartender Francisco Elder Braga Fernandes was spotted several years ago, he became an instant celebrity.
Ryan Beitz, from Moscow, Idaho, is a huge fan of the movie ‘Speed’. So huge, that he’s actually on a quest to collect every single VHS copy of the movie ever made. So far, he has over 500 VHS tapes and 26 laser discs.
Money might not grow on trees, but it sure can buy you lots of them. Proving this point is a rich businessman’s wife in China, who has rented a whole mountain just so her her daughter can learn more about nature and the great outdoors.
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