When Google Failed You, But You Have to Finish Writing the Menu

I have a feeling that after the writer of this Chinese menu from an unindentified Taiwanese restaurant failed to find the appropriate Google translation (but it's delicious!), he or she kind of gave up.

Ms. French fries sounds reasonable enough, but "McDonald's best friend"?

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Spinach Leaf Transformed Into Beating Human Heart Tissue

Scientists are able to grow human tissue in a laboratory, but that's far from being able to grow viable organs. One of the biggest problems is that working organs must be fed by a vascular system that carries nutrients through blood vessels, down to tiny capillaries that are hard to design, much less make. But nature may have a workaround in the form of plant cellulose.

One of the defining traits of a leaf is the branching network of thin veins that delivers water and nutrients to its cells. Now, scientists have used plant veins to replicate the way blood moves through human tissue. The work involves modifying a spinach leaf in the lab to remove its plant cells, which leaves behind a frame made of cellulose.

“Cellulose is biocompatible [and] has been used in a wide variety of regenerative medicine applications, such as cartilage tissue engineering, bone tissue engineering, and wound healing,” the authors write in their paper.

Once they had nothing left but the spinach leaf's cellulose framework, they grew living tissue over it and sent artificial blood through the veins. Read about the groundbreaking experiment at National Geographic. The results are promising.

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Turkey Breaks Up Fight Between Roosters

Roosters walk around so smug and cocksure they make the other farm animals believe they're invincible, but the turkeys know the truth about rooster pride- it's all a bunch of hot air and puffed up cape feathers.

The truth is most roosters are scared of their own shadows, and one turkey is worth ten roosters in the battle of the birds.

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Dennis Coon filmed this feathery kerfuffle to show viewers how Mr. Turkey keeps the peace and maintains his rep as the meatiest bird in the yard!

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Phonetically Defined

If you didn't speak English as a native, you'd be tempted to figure out new words by pulling them apart into smaller words you know. Then you'd be really wrong. This method wouldn't work for "placate" if you are learning British English, as they pronounce it differently. This is the latest from John Atkinson at Wrong Hands. See more of his "phonetically defined" words here. -via Nag on the Lake


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Captain Jack - Drink Up, Me Hearties, Because Jack Is Back


Captain Jack Custom Lettering by DeepFriedArt

The world has been wonderin' what ever became of that rummy rattlebones Jack Sparrow, since he was left high and dry on the dock, but that mystery is about to be solved- because Jack has resurfaced looking none the worse for wear. It seems that old scallywag got tied up in Polynesia after he tried to take off with a golden statue of the god Maui, and would have been burned at the stake had a mako man not chosen that moment to attack the tribe...

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Vince Gilligan Explains That Unsliced Roof Pizza In Breaking Bad

Fans have been arguing about the meaning behind the scene in Breaking Bad where Walt throws a whole, unsliced pizza onto his roof since the show started, thinking there's some hidden symbolism behind the act.

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But show creator Vince Gilligan recently explained the significance of this scene during a Reddit AMA, and it turns out the arguments were all for naught- because the pizza was kept whole simply for the sake of throwability.

one fan asked, "Was Badger and Skinny Pete's conversation at Jesse's party about the pizzas not being sliced written in after the fact to explain how Walters pizza landed on the roof intact? Everyone knows a sliced pizza would have come apart."

As creator Vince Gilligan says of the unsliced pizza, it had to do with continuity and physics:

Yes! We had a long discussion before we shot the pizza on the roof scene about whether or not the pizza should be sliced—because, as all you physicists know, a thrown, sliced pizza would come apart due to centrifugal force or angular momentum (or something like that). And yet, you're right: no self-respecting pizza parlor sells an unsliced pizza. So we figured we needed to explain it (in the "They pass the savings on to you" scene), or else face our audience's righteous wrath!

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What is This Strange Creature With Two Heads and Three Eyes?

Facebook user Lujan Eroles ran across this strange creature with two heads, three eyes and a weird skin and asked the Interweb to help identify it.

It's probably a caterpillar, but that's a boring answer. I vote for the double-headed serpent, a gift by Aztec emperor Moctezuma II to Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes, came to life.

Let's poke it with a stick:

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Stubborn Russian Cat

Boris is hungry, or at least he knows a good stash of food when he sees it. He's not giving up his loaf of bread easily. No siree.

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And you see who wins the battle, even though Boris never stooped to attacking the woman. Boris lives in an animal shelter in St. Petersburg. He has to share food with 25 other cats who need homes, and no doubt has memories of greater hunger in his past. While this particular scene doesn't bode well for Boris' adoption, the Instagram video assures us that he is usually a nice cat, believe it or not. See more from the shelter 50 Tails.   -via reddit

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Beware The Ides Of March...But Why?

Shakesepeare put the idea of the Ides of March into our heads with his play Julius Caesar, leading some people to believe the days of mid-March are somehow cursed, since Julius Caesar was murdered by his senators on March 15, 44 AD.

But Ides were originally seen as positive dates, representing the first full moon of a given month, and the Ides of March once signified the New Year, a time to celebrate the coming of spring.

So how did the Ides of March come to be seen as a bad thing?

Ironically, the trend may have begun with Julius Caesar, who changed the New Year celebration from March 15th to January, and ever since bad things have happened to powerful people around the Ides of March...

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Glenn's Baby

In the TV series The Walking Dead, Glenn and Maggie Rhee surprised everyone in season six by announcing they were going to have a baby. The above image shows them watching the sonogram. Yes, strange as it seems, there are sonograms in the zombie apocalypse. I'm not going to mention what happens in season seven. However…



In the real world, Steven Yeun (who plays Glenn) and his wife Joana Pak were going through the same process, no doubt with better prenatal care. Their son was born on March 17, and made his social media debut on Instagram yesterday. Just a little reminder that no matter what happens, the real world is better than the zombie apocalypse. -via Buzzfeed 

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Do Japanese People Understand The English Words Written On Their T-Shirts?

The idea of (mostly Japanese) people wearing t-shirts that say something ridiculous in English, which the wearer doesn't seem to understand, leaves the internet community tickled pink.

We assume the people in the pics have no idea what their shirt says, which leaves us ROFLing hard when their shirt says something like "I'm about to let one rip" or "NAKED", but are we wrong? Do they actually know what their shirt says? Let's find out!

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This video from Fuji Television shared by NeKo JGT shows that many Japanese people wear tees with English words on them because they look cool and not because they know, or care, what the tee actually says.

So English tees are basically the equivalent of those Chinese character tattoos people love to get without actually knowing what they mean, only the tees can be easily removed...


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Is There an Error in this Painting?

This painting is titled Wivenhoe Park, Essex by John Constable. It was painted in 1816 for Major General Francis Slater Rebow. Can you see anything unusual about the picture? Minnesotastan noticed it.

I first saw this painting about 30 years ago in a print that was on the wall of the office of a colleague of mine at the University of Kentucky.  After looking at the painting for a while, I initially concluded that the artist (world famous for his landscape portrayals) must have made an error in depicting the scene.  Nobody else seemed interested in the apparent anomaly, and I lost track of the painting (not knowing its title) until I encountered it again this past week.

I invite you to explore the image (it should enlarge to wallpaper size with a click) to see if you find anything that appears internally inconsistent in the content.

Whether you find it or not, you'll be interested in the explanation at TYWKIWDBI. Minnesotastan tells us where the anomaly is, and then looks into the background of how the painting was constructed to reconcile what we see with what Constable had to work with 200 years ago.   


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It's Different From What You Expected

Like it says on the tin, the Japanese "It's different from what you expected" series is filled with whimsy and surreality. Filmmaker Dahei Shibata uploaded three clips of the series (2013 to 2015) to Vimeo what you'll surely enjoy:

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March Mammal Madness 2017

The online tournament March Mammal Madness is now in its fifth year, and more popular than ever. The bracket started with 64 mammals of all types, and they are matched up against each other in a simulated battle that depends on the habits and skills of real-life animals, as described by scientists who study them, with the luck of the draw thrown in by the roll of a dice. The higher-ranked animal gets the home court advantage in earlier rounds, which can get weird when, say, an armadillo battles a leopard seal. And sometimes the result comes from completely out of left field.

This year, guest narrator and biologist Dr. Danielle Lee tweeted a battle involving her own research subject: the African giant pouched-rat, native to Tanzania. Lee narrated the second round match-up between her pouched-rat and the maned wolf in the cerrado (tropical savannah) of central Brazil. With no tree or burrow to hide in, the pouched-rat was easily tracked by the wolf, which it couldn’t outrun. At least that’s what Lee tweeted, but that’s not what actually happened. Before concluding the battle, Lee revealed that the pouched-rat hadn’t actually shown up for the fight because Tanzania recently banned the export of live animals.

An article at Gizmodo explains how the tournament works. The tournament has been going on for a while; the final four will do battle Monday and the championship bout is Wednesday, with all the action on Twitter. You can check out previous matchups at March Mammal Madness' Twitter feed, like the matchup between a short-faced bear and a group of Neanderthals.

Sad to say, the bear advanced to the final four. You can follow discussion about the matchups with the hashtag 2017MMM, and learn more about the tournament at March Mammal Madness.


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The Doritos Promposal

This teenage's cheesy "promposal" sure is a heartwarming story.

High school senior Shaedon Wedel asked his best friend's sister, Carlie Wittman, to the prom using her favorite snack. "I know I'm NACHO typical Dorito but ...," says Wedel's T-shirt in the front, and continues in the back "I'm going to be CHEESY and ask: WILL YOU GO TO THE PROM WITH ME?"

Wittman, 15, who has Down Syndrome, was thrilled.

"Ever since I've known her, she's loved Doritos," Wedel said to KWCH, "I didn't do it for the publicity and stuff, I did it to make her happy. She deserves a lot. Knowing her for seven years now, she's brought nothing but joy to my life. Anyone who's ever around her, she makes them laugh, she always has a smile on her face. She's amazing."

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L I P P - I Taste Colors


L I P P by ThanksAnyway

She was born with perfect taste, and at times it seemed like her life had been shaped and guided by her tastebuds, but she learned early on that taste isn't everything. There must also be vision, and grit, and of course the almighty love, which she had in abundance, but most of all there must be wonder, because mystery is the spice of life. As long as there is a new mystery to uncover or a fresh challenge to devour she will persist and stay hungry...

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The Terrible State Approved Vocal-Instrumental Ensembles Of The USSR

The Kremlin wasn't big on personal freedoms, and while people across the globe were enjoying the great music that came out in the 60s, 70s and 80s people in the USSR were stuck listening to these bland bands.

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The Soviet state had strict rules in place to battle the aspects of Western society they considered decadent and reprehensibly capitalist, and popular music was one of the Kremlin's main enemies.

They banned the sale, play and ownership of many Western groups including KISS, Pink Floyd and the Village People, so the people were stuck listening to Disco Pop created by Vocal Instrumental Ensembles.

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The Vocal Instrumental Ensembles, or VIAs, were state approved musical acts, and their music was overseen by "artistic directors" (political commissars) to ensure compliance with the state's ideology.

VIAs provided a sanctioned alternative to the state’s more overtly propagandistic efforts to cultivate and win over a new generation of Soviet youth. In the absence of broadly disseminated alternatives, VIAs were hugely popular, selling millions of albums and becoming the de facto soundtrack to late socialism.

The VIAs were monitored by political commissars (euphemistically called "artistic directors") who monitored their sound and appearance to ensure that it stayed within the bounds set by the state's ideological bosses.
The VIAs were monitored by political commissars (euphemistically called "artistic directors") who monitored their sound and appearance to ensure that it stayed within the bounds set by the state's ideological bosses.

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Metal Clock

What time is it? Metal fans don't need this headbanging clock by Tiras Sin Sentido. They already know the answer.

If you love metal, you'll love the webcomic series Metal Life over at Tumblr.

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Project Moby Dick, the Cold War’s Least Believable Surveillance Strategy

In 1956, the United States launched a series of balloons that took advantage of weather patterns to spy on the USSR. They went up in Europe, glided over the Soviet Union, and were intercepted over Japan, where planes would extend hooks to grab the cameras from them in mid-air. What could possibly go wrong?

Still, even the most optimistic assessments admitted that there was a possibility that some of the balloons would veer wildly off course. To aid in recovery, a cartoon and multilingual placard was included, encouraging them to be brought to U.S.-allied bases for a reward.  

“THIS BOX CAME FROM THE SKY
IT IS HARMLESS
IT HAS WEATHER DATA IN IT
NOTIFY THE AUTHORITIES
YOU WILL RECEIVE A REWARD IF YOU
TURN IT IN AS IT IS”

And if the Air Force thought that the Soviets wouldn't notice the balloons, they were sorely mistaken. Read about Project Moby Dick at Atlas Obscura.


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These Indian Runner Ducks Are Late For Work

If you think the rat race is cutthroat and mile-a-minute then you clearly haven't been caught in cross mallard traffic during rush hour, when ducks don't give a quack about anything but gettin' to work on time.

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These ducks know they're lucky to be gainfully employed, so they rush off as a flock every day to get to work in the Vergenoegd Wine Estate, where they have an important job to do- eating the snails off the vines.

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Symptom of March Madness

March Madness: That time of the year when your head shape really works to your advantage! Spotted by Twitter user @TunaOfTheSky.

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Things You May Not Know About Geena Davis

Geena Davis is one of the most talented and dynamic actresses in Hollywood, and her career has taken her from hanging out with Tootsie in the 80s to her recent appearance as Reagan on The Exorcist TV series.

But acting isn't the most important thing in Geena's life, and unlike the hungry Hollywood crowd that surrounds her Geena has much more important things to do with her life than simply being a star:

20. I run a film festival every May in Bentonville, Arkansas, called BFF. It was created to champion women and diverse voices in film and other media.

23. I’m a special envoy for Women and Girls in Information & Communication Technologies to the U.N.’s International Telecommunication Union.

24. I have a research institute, seejane.org, that advocates for more and better female characters in kids’ TV and movies.

Geena also has many talents you don't see on the screen:

18. I can move my eyes independently.

19. I can also wiggle my ears one at a time.

22. I am an expert pumpkin carver.

25. I can write backward with my left hand while I write forward with my right hand. I can also write upside down just as fast as I can normally write.

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Baby Romeo Meets Baby Juliet


Photo: Cassie Clayshutle Photography

It's matchmaking of Shakespearean proportion!

On Saturday afternoon at Coastal Carolina Hospital in Bluffton, South Carolina, proud parents Morgan and Edwin Hernandez welcomed their baby Romeo to the world. 18 hours and 8 minutes later, Christiana and Allan Shifflett in the room next door welcomed a baby girl that they named ... you guessed it, Juliet!

Both parents had picked their babies names earlier in their pregnancies and didn't know about each other until they met in the hospital. Photographer Cassie Clayshutle took photos of the babies and shared it on Facebook with their parents' permission - the post has since gone viral.

The two star-crossed babies already had a head full of hair and Internet fame :) View more of the cute babies photos over at Clayshutle's Facebook page.

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Ten Years of LEGO Stephen Hawking

Ten years ago, Stephen Hawking went for a ride on the Vomit Comet and experienced the loss of gravity. Ochre Jelly (Iain Heath) was impressed by the story and paid tribute by building a LEGO version of Hawking, which went viral. Of course it did. The LEGO sculpture has just a few simple shapes, but everyone who saw it instantly knew who it was. Hawking started Ochre Jelly on a new career of sculpting familiar pop culture figures in LEGO with a minimalist goal: make them recognizable with the fewest bricks possible. We've been getting a kick out of his creations ever since. Heath tells the story of how Hawking inspired him at the Brothers Brick.

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To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Hawking's zero-G flight (and his own 50th birthday), Heath took the original Hawking sculpture on its own ride in the Vomit Comet! Oh yeah, he also got some footage of himself on the flight -Thanks, Iain!


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Super Mario Bros Pop Up Bar


Photo: Farrah Skeiky

Forget mushrooms, this Mario prefers whisky!

Mockingbird Hill, a Washington DC sherry bar transformed itself into a Super Mario Bros. Pop Up Bar, complete with bartenders dressed as your favorite plumbers and decor that would make Princess Peach feel quite at home.


"It's A Me, Amario" drink Photo: Farrah Skeiky via Drink Company

Photo: Farrah Skeiky


The back room has a King Koopa's Castle theme - via Drink Company

Globo has a YouTube video clip of the Super Mario Pop Up Bar (alongside the cherry blossom-themed pop up bar next door):

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Simon's Cat in Camouflage Challenge

Blending in with one's surroundings is a common strategy for predators to use in capturing some other animal to eat. Leopards are good at it. So are spiders, anglerfish, and octopuses. Simon's Cat tries it out.

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But Simon's cat is neither a spider nor an anglerfish, although he probably thinks he's a leopard. He just doesn't quite have the needed skills. It might have been his comfy suburban upbringing, or it may be just his bad luck.


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Kofflove - Always Date Non-Smokers

Kofflove by Firebeard 

Sometimes love stinks, that's just a basic fact of life. And sometimes love can leave you feeling queasy and nauseous, which is a rarer symptom of love yet no less normal, but a love that's deadly is a love to be avoided at all cost. Which is why nobody wants to get romantically involved with a Koffing trainer- they're sneaky, gassy and heavy smokers, and anybody who hooks up with them is risking death by suffocation. So if you're looking for love in all the wrong zones stick to pocket monster trainers who catch cute critters- because Koffing kills!

Warn the world about how toxic some relationships can be with this Kofflove t-shirt by Firebeard, it's sure to keep the romance alive in your life...as long as your love is a fellow pokefan!

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Fascinating Facts About the Pharaohs of Egypt

You probably know that the pharaohs were powerful rulers of Egypt, but you may be surprised by what you don't know about them. For example, did you know there was a pharaoh who let his army lose in battle only so he could protect the lives of cats, that were considered sacred? Or that the female pharaoh Hapshetsut asked to be depicted as a man by all artists in order that naysayers wouldn't criticize her ability to rule based on her gender?

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The Peak Age for Everything

There's something great to be said for every age. According to research, people are most satisfied with their lives at age 23, but after a lot more experience, they are  very satisfied again at age 69. The best age for learning a new language is seven, but that doesn't mean your chance is gone if you don't. You reach peak muscle strength at age 25, but your math skills will peak at 50, and 51-year-olds are better at understanding emotions. Of course, these are averages, so your mileage may vary. The section on marriage is understandable, but not definitive.

The peak age to settle down is 26.

The 37% Rule of statistics says that at age 26 you'll have met enough people to have some solid options without waiting so long that they start pairing off without you.

And according to one recent study, divorce rates are lowest for couples who married between the ages of 28 and 32.

Check out the peak age for all kinds of things at Business Insider. Each conclusion has links to the research that produced it. -via mental_floss


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Nordstrom Is Now Selling The Mom Jeans Of The Future

Moms can wear jeans without making people say "nice mom jeans, ma'am" but nobody, mom or otherwise, can wear these Clear Knee Mom Jeans without becoming the talk of the town.

Are they the dumbest jeans ever made, or are they simply so futuristically fashion forward that our modern minds just aren't ready for them yet? I dunno, ask this gal how she feels about being forced to wear them-

These Topshop Clear Knees Mom Jeans are being sold by Nordstrom for a very fashionable $95, and while they're unlikely to spark a pants window craze they're great for people with pale knees!

-Via Metro


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