You don’t always know what you’re going to encounter on the world wide web.
A real Prada store in the middle of nowhere?
A flaming red durian.
Biohackers starting a new trend of implanting LED lights underneath their skin.
Yes, falling deer.
Individuals in Japan have started wearing full-body lycra suits in attempt of “breaking free from the tensions of daily life.”
A real life-size gingerbread house that you can enter and dine in as if you’re Hansel and Gretel for a day.
A Best Buy superstore in Pakistan that sells everything.
A flower (anguloa uniflora) that looks exactly like a swaddled baby.
A mysterious sea of foam along the streets of Maroochydore, Australia.
The door to St. Edward’s church in Stow, England.
Baby centipedes being protected by their mom.
A UFO casually driving down the freeway in Northwest Indiana.
A used car company creates the world’s first ever car vending machine.
A stinging tree that could send you to the hospital.
Japan’s McDonald’s have come up with a new french fries dish where two different chocolate sauces are drizzled over.
An Island of Dolls in Mexico.
A bus designed to do actual push-ups off the pavement.
A man from South-Eastern China with a rare birthmark that makes it look like he’s in transition of becoming a werewolf.
Brian Tagalog is the only certified tattoo artist in the world that doesn’t have arms.
Black boiled eggs – a Japanese delicacy.
The “Valley of Love” in Ireland.
A globetrotting thrill-seeking Russian hairdresser giving extreme hair cuts in extreme locations.
A literal Cat Island in Japan.
An actual Santa University for professional Santas.
Look how big a grizzly bear claw is!
An artist who uses salt to create highly detailed portraits.
via – ebaumsworld