So what do you do with those little bread tags? Do you wish there was another purpose for them besides trash? Turns out, there can be! Whole Living Daily took on the challenge to find uses for the most minute of objects - this week, the bread tag (I honestly never thought they had a name!)
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In my film classes we always marked the dates of films that were game-changers: "The Jazz Singer," "The Wizard of Oz," "Jaws," (the inception of the summer blockbuster, people!), but "Psycho"? Check out five ways this film changed the face of cinema. (Thanks Sarah!)
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Who's the toughest NFL player you know? Do you think they could handle any of these six ridiculously painful sports? Some of these are just crazy!
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I know similar things have been posted in the past, but there seems to be a never-ending, and astonishing, slew of new Artwork Made with Office Supplies. As a twist, how about modifying the supplies themselves? Here are coloring crayons all grown up as modern art.
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From the Annals of "The Long Overdue:" cereal has not altered its packaging for 70 years ... but the time for change is now! Finally: cereal in a canister.
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Speaking of cereal, see if you're familiar with any of these 10 fictional brands (I've always wanted the job of coming up with fake products for TV shows), and find an even more comprehensive guide here.
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A lengthy but engaging article on two seemingly unrelated things: the game of Tetris, and the Cold War.
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I was out of town last week over Father's Day, so I missed some great links! Apologies for the belated nature of these two, but I just couldn't pass them up:
From Flossy reader Merinda, a link to a sweet Father's Day photo collage (that took a lot of planning), and from Matt, (who runs a really cool website called Tiepedia) some unbelievable tie-related Father's Day cakes.
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Remember Little Golden Books? Now imagine that format housing illustrations (by Pixar artist Josh Cooley) for violent movies like "The Godfather" and "Terminator 2" ... yes, Little Golden Books for adults! The results are pretty classic.
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As mentioned, I was out last week on vacation (in Pompano Beach, FL - anyone ever been there?). Have any of you guys taken a recent summer holiday? Where did you go, and would you return there? (And if you're sitting inside from too much sun, continue to send your great links to FlossyLinks@gmail.com!)