A new type of lingerie on the market is sure to peek some interest among men and women alike.
I’m not sure what holds this thing on.
The Regal movie theater chain has introduced a wireless device they give to select patrons, who can then report problems in the theater...
The folks at New York magazine didn't think that covered enough real-life situations, so they designed their own device...
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But as these pictures show, he's not alone when it comes to biting off more than he can chew.
Just last week, one cub was out-foxed by a car wheel, and Keano the Husky spent much longer than intended peering through the garden wall. Yet they're just the latest in a long line of animals who really do have a nose for trouble...
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At least Tinny the cat knew she had several lives to spare when she got trapped in a tin of cat food
This hedgehog got its just deserts when it got stuck into a tub of ice cream
Keano hadn't envisaged staying for the night watch
Tiny Snowy was delighted when an army of firemen turned up to free her
This hedgehog got its just deserts when it got stuck into a tub of ice cream Siberian Husky Scarlett was sure her lost pebble was inside the clay pot
This inquisitive Alsatian pup took spying on the neighbours a little too far
The dog's life seemed a little tyre-ing for this pup in a fix
This ewe was feeling a little sheepish after ramming her head into a chair
The fox who put his head through a wheel turned out not to be so cunning after all
Having a wash ball stuck on your head isn't really the latest in parrot fashion
Dozens of women posed naked on their bicycles on a bridge over one of Amsterdam's historic canals on Sunday - a unique sight even in a city famed for its relaxed attitude toward nudity and sex.
They were among 2,000 men and women who participated in a series of four nude group photos in the city in the early hours of the morning as part of the latest project of U.S. photographer Spencer Tunick. The first and largest composition was in a decidedly prosaic location: a parking garage on the outer ring of the city.
But what the location lacked in romance, it made up for in style. Participants lined the railings of the garage's twin circular towers, creating a pattern of multicolor stripes against the white building and an overcast sky.
Tunick, from Brooklyn, N.Y., has become famous for photographing thousands of naked people in public settings worldwide, from London and Vienna to Buenos Aires and Buffalo. He set a record for naked photography with a photo of 18,000 people in the buff in Mexico City last year.
Vets had to save a hedgehog by popping it after it ballooned to the size of a football.
A woman found the hugely inflated hog, nicknamed Michelin, curled up on her driveway and became worried because it was unable to move.
She managed to pick up the prickly creature and took him to a nearby animal rescue center where experts deflated him.
The unusual condition which caused Michelin to swell with air is called "ballooning".
It is caused by air escaping from the hedgehog's lungs and being trapped underneath its skin. This causes the animal to gradually inflate until it is disproportionably large.
Wildlife Aid spokeswoman Becky Banning said: "It's basically a bit like popping a balloon.
"The air escaped with a loud 'phfwooooft' noise and within three hours he was back to his normal size."
… and they’re dead. Actually they’re in a river. But, they died from pollution. 275,000 fish dies in three days due to water pollution in the Citarum River in Indonesia.
In early 2001 during a launch of Atlantis, the Sun, Earth, Moon, and rocket were all properly aligned for this photogenic coincidence. First, for the space shuttle's plume to cast a long shadow, the time of day must be either near sunrise or sunset. Next, just at sunset, the shadow is the longest and extends all the way to the horizon. Finally, during a Full Moon, the Sun and Moon are on opposite sides of the sky. Just after sunset, for example, the Sun is slightly below the horizon, and, in the other direction, the Moon is slightly above the horizon. Therefore, as Atlantis blasted off, just after sunset, its shadow projected away from the Sun toward the opposite horizon, where the Full Moon just happened to be.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. --A 21-year-old man got the ride of a lifetime when his electric wheelchair became lodged in the grille of a semitrailer and was pushed down a highway for several miles at about 50 mph.
"I was probably thinking that this is going to keep going and not stop anywhere, 50 or 60 miles somewhere," he told WOOD-TV of Grand Rapids.