Wednesday, August 18, 2010
These are funny because they are just too real. Children are so precious -- bless their destructive little hearts. (I'll spare you the photos of what my kids ruined: my waist, my boobs, and my tenuous grasp on sanity.) There are many more examples here. -- RichGirlRed
Tyler knew there was candy in his mom's bathroom somewhere, and he would find it.
White laptop + kid + Sharpie = Xanax with a bourbon chaser
I was actually relieved to discover this was peanut butter.
The photo that started it all. One quart of black paint on an oriental rug.
Mr. Potato Head is SO toasted. Literally. In the gas fireplace.
Celebrities aren't exempt. John Legend's nephew ruined his Grammy.
Obviously, soft skin is a priority for this chap.
ZuZu Pets made terrible combs. Her hair got wound up in the wheels and had to be cut off.
Teenage driver, wrong pedal. Oops.
What have your kids ruined?
In case you missed it here back in '08.
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Date: 2008-08-21, 8:09AM EDT
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Spend some time on Google Earth and you'll find things. Strange things. From PC World. Click any photo for a larger view.
Without a doubt, the best thing that ever happened to crop circles is Google Earth. This circle in the desert just outside Beatty, Nevada (Google Earth coordinates 37.401437,-116.86773), is one of hundreds spotted with the software. If you're hoping that looking at enough crop circles will give you clues about the arrival of our alien overlords, download this set of Placemarks to crop circles.
As if Oprah Winfrey's celebrity weren't big enough already, an Arizona farmer built a 10-acre homage to the talk show host (Google Earth coordinates 33.225488, -111.5955). The celebrity-obsessed can also visit Google Earth Hacks, which has a Google Earth-style map of Hollywood stars' homes.
Think parking is tough where you live? In Westenbergstraat, Netherlands, drivers apparently have to park on the sides of walls (Google Earth coordinates 52.069207,4.3139865).
Nothing can replace hopping in a plane and going somewhere, but Google Earth gives you a small taste of what you might see when you visit some of the world's tourist destinations. This spectacular shot shows Victoria Falls (Google Earth coordinates -17.925511,25.858223) on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. Other virtual destinations worth flying over are Mt. Everest (27.985866,86.92844) and Mt. Kilimanjaro (-3.0726042,37.343093).