Have you ever seen, heard or read anything and realized that everything you knew to be true was now totally ruined for you. Like when you were young you were taught that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, then gradually as you grew up they told you, it isn't the sun that is rising but the Earth that rotates. It seems like your whole life was a lie, and the authenticity of everything you ever knew comes at stake.
We have compiled some of such photos that will blow your mind.
Those heads on the Easter Island are not just the heads, but they have a whole body buried beneath them.
Chickens can float in water just like the ducks do.
Yes! It is true. How ? It takes only 225 Earth days for Venus to complete one revolution around the sun but it takes a whole period of 243 days to complete one rotation. Awesome right?
"A Song of Ice and Fire," the series of book which inspired the epic TV series "The Game of Thrones." The bookmarks in the picture denote all the deaths in it. Reminded me of all my favorite characters who died. *sob*
All you have to do is open the box from the takeout container rather than directly eating from the box. By doing so, you'll get yourself a plate.
The clothes in the stores are neatly arranged than the ones in your cupboard, not because the sales assistants are at it all the time, but because of this little secret. Don't you feel a little offended right now?
Yes, you read it right. Back in those days, a cough syrup could get you high.
You can make your own coaster with your Mccafe or Starbucks plastic lid.
You can place your gas cap in that holder. Though the chances of losing a gas cap are quite less, still with this, even the slightest chance can be avoided.
In 2008, Nils Olav became the first knighted penguin and became the mascot for the Norwegian Royal Guard. That moment when you realize even a penguin has a better career than you.
If you are out for work or on a vacation, and you don't have a duplicate car key or your key fob dies. Just pull this off and you can use your key.
The design or the picture on Britain's coins are the coat of arms for the country. Basically, it is a unique design on shields.
And I always thought they cupped up the water in their tongues in the upward direction.