Author: Nick (The DroolBoy)

This Ferret Mom Just Wants To Get Everyone To Bed…Including Her Human’s Hand

Moms everywhere know what a difficult task it can be to get your youngsters into bed at night. It’s important to be firm, but loving, and not take no for an answer — no matter how many times they beg for just “five more minutes.” And this mama ferret knows the drill so well, she insists on dragging her humans into the mix, too. After making sure her kids are tucked away, she comes back for her human’s hand and just won’t give up. It’s so hilarious and adorable. Hey, she’s just trying to make sure you get all...

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There’s a Restaurant in Japan That Makes Amazing Pancake Art

In the small city of Zama, located in Japan’s Kanagawa Prefecture, you will find La Ricetta Ristorante Pizzeria. This unassuming Italian restaurant in Japan undoubtedly has tasty pizzas but they are best known for their artistic pancakes, often featuring popular characters from Manga. No colouring material is used, just pancake batter and soy milk. The difference in color comes from certain parts of the pancake being cooked for longer than others. For more, check out their twitter feed where they post all of their artworks including videos and timelapses. 1. Artwork by La Ricetta Restorante Pizzeria Twitter 2. Artwork...

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This Guy Uses His iPhone To Insert Pop Culture Characters Into Real Life

1. Crush, Dory, and Marlin apparently enjoy hanging out in aquariums when not looking for Nemo. 2. Patrick has become a full-on Hollywood star(fish). 3. Thomas the Tank Engine looks happy to be pulling into the station. 4. Carl is getting carried up and away by street balloons. 5. Mufasa realizes it wasn’t Simba he was talking to. 6. Mario brings his kart game to bumper cars 7. Pinocchio is clearly caught in a lie. 8. Would you deny Puss in Boots some Cat Chow when he makes a face like this? 9. Great Scott! Hang in there, Doc....

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A Clever Hotel Room ‘Loft’ Designed for Longer Stays

  The 24m2 (258 sq ft) Zoku Loft is designed as a living/working hybrid for ‘global nomads’ who typically seek temporary residence for between five days and several months. The designers add: “In a regular hotel room or studio apartment, the bed always dominates. At Zoku, a big kitchen table serves as focal point. Use it to work across time zones, host dinner parties or gently rest your head after making a deadline. You decide. Then feel free to change your mind. The same goes for swapping the art on your walls, after which you can enjoy the view from your...

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