Thursday, 29 September 2011

What Really Happens

Partying With The Dog

Chipmunk Sleeping In Hair

Carrot Love

Halloween Costume Ideas

Trying to top last years halloween costume...any ideas - Zombie preferred.

Glowing Rims

Air Duster

I caused my computer to make a large bang by using this stuff.
Best kept for cats.

Lady Gets Excited About Sponge Painting

Background In Portrait Photography

Amish Mugshots

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Something Different

Autumn Pug

Come At Me, Brosephine!

Better Signal Now

Samuel Allsopp’s Arctic Ale Circa 1852

Sold for: $503,300

Year: 2007

If this story teaches you anything, let it be that you must pay attention to detail, lest you pay a dear price for a mistake. That’s what happened to the man that first put this bottle of Samuel Allsopp’s Artic Ale up for auction on eBay. The Artic Ale was brewed specifically for Sir Edward Belcher’s 1852 Artic Expedition. It was sealed and kept in pristine quality with a handwritten note that explained the history of the bottle and brew. The original seller misspelled the name of the name of the brewer, only threw up three accompanying images, and wound up selling the bottle for a measly $304 to another eBay seller. The buyer turned around and re-listed the Ale with more images and a correct title, and sold it for $503,300.

Badass Dog

"Dogs of war, we're after you"

Pensioners With Balls