Apparently tomorrow is National Gaming Day in America. And elsewhere. So maybe they need to relabel it as International Gaming Day. Or just Gaming Day.
Whatever it is, go out and play a game. If you don’t have anywhere to play, or are lacking somebody to play with, go to a library.
(An exploding water balloon, photographed by Edward Horsford)
Welcome to The Future. We have spaceship factories here. Commercial ones. Because I would guess that today’s spaceships were also built in a factory somewhere, and so non-commercial spaceship factories are passé.
There exist Special Forces Paratrooper Dogs. Kids’ movies are, apparently, more factual than I would have believed possible.
Ever see photographs of potential holiday destinations and think “that looks too good to be true”? Of course it is. The beach is not deserted, and the women do not all look like professional models. There’s also this newfangled “photoshop” thing you might have heard about.
Hotel booking website Oyster goes and takes their own photographs of the hotels you can book from their site. And then they compare them side-by-side with the hotel’s own promotional materials in their blog. Fantastic, insightful and (often) funny.
(via My Modern Metropolis.)
Religious? Like going out and saving souls? Be warned — it could be bad for your back.
Finally, old people like it when young people are dumb. But that’s all the time, right? Kids these days …
Have some impenetrable jargon that you need to understand? Worry not! Unsuck-it is arrived!
(Yet another photo with an unknown credit, discovered at FFFFound.)
The problem with the Star Wars movies (other than the first two)? It was all about the toys.