Since there's no such thing as a Lego overload, I'm sure you'll all enjoy browsing 48 of the Coolest, Stylish and Most Creative Lego Creations (Thanks Kolja!)
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For the ones who love quizzes: How many internal organs can you name in 4 minutes? Hint: don't forget the other sex's organs, too ...
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Who brings all the chickens to the yard? The guys who play the Chicken Polka, of course. And darn right it's better than yours.
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Google street view is watching you. Seriously, it's watching all the time. I never knew how street view worked, but here's a wiki source that explains it a little more. (Merci, Jan!)
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From the Annals of Too Much Time: Extreme Shepherding. Apparently, sheep-as-art is some kind of new craze ...
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Unbelievably show-stopping photojournalism award winners.

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Step right up to see the 12 Strangest Handbags. I would be the belle of the tailgate if I had that football one! The Chicken Feet one also amuses me (as does the dismembered head ...)
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Please tell me this isn't real. Seriously? Apparently the founder of Ikea is a big fan. Oh you're ready for me to reveal? Are you sure? Are you sitting down? Squeeze Bacon.

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I often feature links to sites that help out with problematic English questions, since so many of us fall victim. This site, courtesy of Dail, is a great one for discussing the objectivity of what is "correct" versus "incorrect" in our wily language, and links to pages filled with explanations of common mistakes.
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More unusual accessories - this time, beautiful jewelry made from bottlecaps

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It's been raining in Georgia for about two weeks now, but you know what improves my day? Looking at pictures of miniature mammals. Go ahead, give it a try! On our way to Florida we always pass by this farm that I refer to as the "tiny menagerie," where every strange animal grazing in the sun is a miniature. As Liz Lemon would say "I want to go to there."
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Yikes, a haunting sculpture in NYC. Double yikes with the classic creepiness to be found in Chernobyl pictures.
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Take a deeper look at the typical phrases we often say that might not amount to much, with five ways "common sense" lies to you every day.
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For your Flossy enjoyment: a soothing, beautiful and informative video on the Kaye Effect.
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And now the award for the weirdest thing I've seen on the internet in a long time (which is really saying something).
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