This is most probably related to the recent protests in Ukraine, as the police have been hitting back harder and harder.
I’d go in there and order a meal to congratulate them for the honest ad.
According to a new program that launched in the United Kingdom this June, if you suffer from mild to moderate depression your treatment might not be pills, but books. You get the title of a book scribbled on a prescription pad which you then take to your local library and receive the book instead.
Some of the titles are “Overcoming Depression,” “Mind Over Mood,” or “The Feeling Good Handbook,” but depression isn’t the only condition treated this way.
Other titles endorsed by the National Health Service include “Break Free from OCD,” “Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway,” “Getting Better Bit(e) by Bit(e),” and “How to Stop Worrying.”
Whether we like to admit it or not, we all lie to some degree. Most people lie once or twice a day and a fifth of social exchanges lasting 10 or more minutes involve at least one lie. Follow this interesting infographic to find out some neat facts about lying, including some tips on how to detect them.
Every year, two brothers make each other’s presents hard to open. This year will be especially hard for at least one of them.
All the ingredients for the most sadistically wrapped present ever. He asked for the belt and Xbox live credits.
I was never really impressed by balloon art up until now, but these things are amazing.
Number 9 is also called The Summoning of Cthulhu.
This beautiful case modification was done by Hiroto Ikeuchi.