A small sinkhole opened up overnight in the bedroom of a home in Guatemala City. Measuring 32 inches wide and 40 feet deep, neighbors heard a sound reminiscent of a gas explosion or a car crash when the hole opened up under 65 year-old Inocenta Hernandez’ bed. Fortunately no one was injured.
Indian Pizza Huts are just like American Pizza Huts, with two small twists: They serve ketchup as a pizza condiment and instead of service with a smile, you get service with a dance.
Shot in the northern Indian city of Agra, this video of dancing Pizza Hut servers shows what is apparently an everyday occurrence at the chain’s restaurants throughout India. Look at that fancy footwork on server number two. That’s why he gets the best tips.
Though the bikini made waves when it first appeared in the late 1940s, the origins of the revealing two-piece date back much further. Similar garments were worn by female Grecian athletes as far back as 1400 BC, while primitive artworks from Asian Minor push the garment back another 4000 years
Have you ever heard of finger tutting? If not, prepare to be amazed. It’s essentially interpretive dance for the fingers, or as a newscaster might say, Voguing on steroids. If you’re looking for an entrée into the burgeoning art form, be sure to check out superstar finger tutter JayFunk’s new commercial for Samsung Mobile France. Before getting the gig, JayFunk’s finger tutting videos racked up more than a million views on YouTube.
‘Sesame Street’ is known for its musical numbers but generally the lyrics lean a little more optimistic (“Sunny day / Sweeping the clouds away”) than the rhymes in the Beastie Boys single ‘Sure Shot’ (“I’ve got the brand new doo-doo / guaranteed like Yoo-Hoo”).
Still, there’s something about this Sesame/Beastie rap mashup that just seems so right. It’s nostalgic, flute heavy and hey, there’s even some counting! That’s got to be worth something, right?
Displaying the world’s largest photograph presents a number of unique challenges for a museum, chief among them being where to put a photo that’s three stories tall and 11 stories wide. Created by a collective of six artists known as The Legacy Project and currently on display at California’s UCR Sweeney Art Gallery, ‘The Great Picture’ is not only the largest photograph ever printed, but it was also taken by the largest camera ever created.
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