Lady Decks Out Ceiling For Xmas

A Swansea woman is decking out the ceiling of her living room with an incredible 1,700 Christmas baubles. Sylvia Pope, 68, started decorating her home at the end of September and doesn’t expect to finish until Christmas Day. Her bauble collection has been brought from all around the world – and each year she spends $134 on new decorations. To save the effort of pinning up the baubles and then taking them down again after Christmas, Sylvia is now considering leaving them up all year round… ‘It’s just nice and cosy for Christmas.” w/ photo

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How To Make Mini Apple Pies

“So these mini apple pies… they have the perfect crust to filling ratio. Hooray! The mini-mini apple pies are even more perfect. And dare I say, cuter? They’re like, all crust with just a smidgen of apple filling. Just enough to remind you that you are not, in fact, just eating a ball of pie crust… Here’s how to make mini apple pies.” w/ photos

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Ladder Climbing Robot

“And the next project will be designing and building a robot that can comb your teeth and laugh at your bananas.” — dpattiris

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Cars Performing Donuts Simultaneously

“The most cars performing donuts simultaneously is 57 and was achieved by drivers of the Queensland Raceway (Australia) at the Queensland Raceway in Willowbank, Australia.”

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Emulator DJ

“Sure, the crowd can hear you. But can they see you? Not a chance! Unless you’re the starriest of superstar DJs you’re probably stuck behind a massive great mixing desk in the darkest part of the room. No wonder some DJs wear head-torches – it’s to prove they haven’t just whacked on a CD and chipped off to the bar. So besides raising the roof to shine a little moonlight on your mush, how is a DJ to be seen as well as heard? Simple. With a massive see-through touchscreen mixing desk (of course).” w/ photos

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Top 8 Most Uncomfortable Movie Montages

“A montage, for those who don’t know, is a filmmaking technique where a director takes a medley of disparate scenes and connects them together quickly, usually under the cover of music. Some montages can be totally awesome, like the training sequence in Rocky, for example. Others aren’t quite so lucky. In this feature, we’ll share with you the most uncomfortable, awkward or downright painful montages ever laid to film. Bad romance, incompetent teamwork and more await you within.” w/ photos

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