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This is a ring made from dinosaur bone, meteorite, and gold…

Sunday, November 24th, 2013


Believe it or not, this ring is actually made from dinosaur bone, meteorite and gold, a very unusual blend of unique materials. According to its designer, we’re talking about genuine dinosaur leg bone. A certificate of authenticity is provided when you purchase it. The space rock material comes from the Gibeon meteorite, a rock that measured about 13 feet by 13 feet by 5 feet thick and weighed at least 26 tons when it plunged to Earth. No matter how you look at it, this ring is an incredible creation.

True Sportsmanship…

Sunday, November 17th, 2013


Game between Al Nahdha and Al Ittihad on Thursday reaffirms the notion of sportsmanship.

Al Nahdha’s goalkeeper Taisir Al Antaif was about to make a clearance early in the second half with the scores still at 2-2 – but noticed that his shoelace had come undone, and was clearly nervous about his boot coming off as he kicked.


The opposing striker bearing down on him, a Brazilian by the name of Jobson, noticed what was going on – but instead of trying to take advantage, he ran up to his opponent and tied his shoelace for him.


The referee, however, penalised the keeper for taking too long with his clearance.


He awarded an indirect free kick inside the area, and the home side lined up, clearly fearing the worst as Al Ittihad’s strike force discussed their attacking options.


But in one of the most subtle and greatest insults given to a match official, Al Ittihad did the decent thing and merely passed the ball safely off the pitch. Even the supporters cheered at the gesture.

And people say there’s something wrong with introverts…

Monday, September 9th, 2013


Father and daughter recreate old wedding photos to say goodbye to late wife and mother…

Saturday, August 17th, 2013

Ben Nunery and his young daughter Olivia have published a gripping and beautiful series of images in which they bid farewell to their home and to their wife and mother Ali, who died of cancer in 2011 at 31 years of age.


When he wrote about the experience, Ben said, “Many people have asked me how I felt while doing that photo session. What I want them to know is that this isn’t a story about grief and loss and hurt. Yes, I’ve gone through those emotions and still do but that’s not what I want people to see in these photos. This is a story about love.”


On the left, a photo of Ben and Ali taken by Ali’s sister Melanie in 2009. On the right, Ben and his daughter Olivia standing together in the same doorway in December 2013.


Hopefully, Melanie’s photos will help Olivia remember her mother and the home where she began her life.


As they went through the house, Olivia stopped to play with a curling iron that had belonged to her mother. A similar photo of her mom Ali getting ready with a curling iron on her wedding day is on the left.


On the left, Ben stands in their empty house in 2009 as his wife Ali comes down the stairs. On the right, he and daughter Olivia play on the same stairs in 2013


“This isn’t a story about grief and loss and hurt. Yes, I’ve gone through those emotions and still do but that’s not what I want people to see in these photos. This is a story about love,” wrote Ben.


“The memories of Ali don’t live in that house,” Ben wrote of his late wife. “They live with us, in our hearts.”


“I wanted to be able to show Olivia the place where her mother and I started our lives together and dreamed of raising children,” wrote Ben.


Ben and Ali on their wedding day in 2009. On the right, Ben and his daughter Olivia in 2013.


Ben and Olivia with the glass angel she carries everywhere, she says it reminds her of her mom.


Melanie said that after her sister died, feathers often fall out of nowhere. Olivia found this white feather during the photoshoot.


Ben and Olivia are moving to a home where Olivia will have more room to play and grow.


Ben learned how to play his and Ali’s wedding song, Stevie Wonder’s “I Believe (When I Fall In Love With You It Will Be Forever),” on the ukulele. Now he plays it for his daughter.


“Our lives will continue down a curvy and uncertain path, but Olivia and I will be able to look at these photos and know that for a short time there was a place where I was the luckiest man in the world, even if just for a little while,” wrote Ben.

This Awesome Girl Dancer Proves You Shouldn’t Judge A Book By Its Cover

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Whitney Way Thore wants to banish body shame by showing off her impressive moves. When she was a young girl she loved to dance, but she stopped doing it. Over the years, she began to gain weight. Her weight stripped away her self confidence and she was miserable.

Then, she learned she had polycystic ovarian syndrome. Her 200lb weight gain was a part of her life she didn’t want to feel ashamed of. It was time for a change, she began dancing again without shame. Since then she has received messages of support from all over the world from people inspired by her self-confidence.
Watch Whitney show her impressive moves:

Since she started dancing again Whitney has started the No Body Shame Campaign to encourage women to accept and love themselves no matter what size they are. She wants everyone to be proud of who they are, and embrace what society might consider to be shortcomings.

Here’s What Happens When Parents Don’t Let Their Girls Do Science…

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013









It seems parents just don’t let kids be themselves anymore. Girls like science too, you know?

Amazing Video Captures The Moment Tourists Heroically Rescue A Pod Of 30 Dolphins That Beached Themselves

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

One guy was having an ordinary day at a beach in Arraial do Cabo in Brazil when he spotted something very strange in the ocean. As soon as he realized what was going on, he began filming immediately. A pod of over thirty dolphins were swimming straight at him. The dolphins became beached and were stranded. Dragging them desperately by their tails, beachgoers leapt into the sea to save the dolphins from certain death.

Watch the craziness unfold in the video below.

The dolphins were apparently caught in a strong current which meant they were unable to swim to safety. It’s rather fascinating how the dolphins almost seem to understand that the humans are helping them. They stopped struggling as they are dragged back to the sea, almost thankful for the help.

Share this crazy animal rescue video with your friends and family below.

A Mother Caught A Very Unique Moment Between A Boy And His Newborn Baby Brother

Sunday, July 28th, 2013

When this 6-year-old boy was allowed to hold his newborn baby brother for the very first time, he did one of the sweetest things on earth. Maybe he didn’t know he was being watched… but either way, he didn’t care.


This loving little boy started singing a beautiful lullaby to his brother, a lullaby that describes all the things he likes about his new brother.
Watch this video of amazing brotherly love.

These People Kept Abusing Handicapped Parking Spots. Someone Came Up With A Brilliant Solution…

Sunday, July 28th, 2013