14 Awesome Halloween Costumes

Collection of memorable and unique costumes just in time for Halloween.

RoboCop Costume

Awesome Halloween costume makes a kid look like RoboCop.

Tron Costume

Sexy costume inspired by the upcoming TRON: Legacy movie.
Ghostbusters Slimer Costume

Costume inspired by green ghost from Ghostbusters movies.
Samurai Stormtrooper Costume

Japanese Stormtrooper will be the star of any Halloween party.
Avatar Costume

Halloween makeup inspired by Neytiri from James Cameron’s Avatar.
Pac-Man Costume

Playable Pac-Man arcade machine created by Russell Luzinski.
Facebook Costume

Clever costume by Marie Eve Bergeron-Tourangeau from Canada.
StarCraft Ghost Costume

Awesome costume created by a StarCraft fan for BlizzCon 2010.
Steampunk Iron Man Costume

Iron Man suit inspired by Steampunk genre of science fiction.

World's Most Incredible and Biggest Things in the world

The photos in this post are some world’s biggest stuff.

Although many of these things are totally useless, other than to have your picture taken with, they are very interesting.

Most represent real life items that are simply hugely oversized.

World’s Largest Cheesecake.

On 25 January 2009, in Mexico City, Mexico, Philadelphia of Kraft Foods Mexico was recognized by Guinness World Records™ as the creator of the largest cheesecake ever made.

The colossal confectionery weighed 2,133.5 kg, had a diameter of 2.5 m and was 56 cm tall.

The recipe for the world’s largest cheesecake included 800 kg of Philadelphia cream cheese, 800 kg of yogurt, 350 kg of cookies, 250 kg of sugar, 150 kg of butter and 100 kg of strawberries, along with other ingredients.

World’s Largest Easter Egg

The Easter egg or Ukrainian ‘Pysanka,’ was constructed in 1975 to commemorate early Ukrainian settlements in an area east of Edmonton.

Professor Resch was responsible for the entire Pysanka concept which required the development of new computer programs.

The Pysanka is really an immense jig-saw puzzle containing 524 star patterns, 2,206 equilateral triangles, 3,512 visible facets, 6,978 nuts and bolts, and 177 internal struts.

World’s Largest Thermometer

Will Herron, a businessman, dreamed of a huge thermometer for 25 years before he made it a reality in California’s high desert.

The World’s Largest Thermometer is 134-ft.-tall, symbolic of the record high temperature in the US, in Death Valley — 134 degrees Fahrenheit in 1913.

World’s Largest Motorcycle

The world’s largest motorcycle comes with a $300,000 price tag and stands at 11 feet high and measures 20 feet long.

Created by Greg Dunham, this monster motorcycle could actually drive.

World’s Largest Six Pack

It is located in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

You can’t keep a good roadside attraction down!

The World’s Largest Six-Pack has risen anew.

Once painted in the colors of Heileman’s “Old Style Lager” beer, the six aging tanks that make up the six pack were painted over following the closure of the brewery back in 2001.

World’s Largest Ice Cream Cake

Chinese workers were seen celebrating after they broke the Guinness World Record for the biggest ice-cream cake more than a year ago in Beijing, January 16, 2006.

The cake is 4.8 meters long, 03 meters wide, and 01 meter high, and weighs 8 tons.

It was recognized as the largest ice-cream cake, according to the Guinness World Records.

World’s Largest Cruise Ship

Oasis of the Seas is an Oasis-class cruise ship in the fleet of Royal Caribbean International.

The first of her class, she is expected to be joined by her sister ship Allure of the Seas in December 2010.

Both vessels are expected to cruise the Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She set a new record of carrying over 6,000 passengers.

Oasis of the Seas offers passengers features such as two-story loft suites and luxury suites measuring 1,600 sq ft with balconies overlooking the sea or promenades.

The ship features a zip-line, a casino, a mini-golf course, multiple night clubs, several bars and lounges, a karaoke club, comedy club, four swimming pools, volleyball and basketball courts, theme parks and nurseries for children.

World’s Largest Fountain

The fountains, which has yet to be named, will be capable of shooting water over 150 metres into the air – the height of a 50-storey building – and stretch over 275 metres – the length of two football fields.

The $218 million project will be 25 percent larger than the iconic fountains at the Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas.

Like the Fountains of Bellagio, Emaar’s fountains will include an integral light and sound show and is expected to become one of Dubai’s major tourist attractions, drawing over 10 million visitors per year.

World’s Largest Golden Nugget

It’s named “Hand of Faith,” it’s the size of a baby, and it weighs almost 62 pounds.

It was found in 1980 by a guy in Australia with a metal detector, who reportedly almost didn’t bother to dig it up because he thought that his machine was faulty.

Hand of Faith was only six inches below the surface.

The Golden Nugget bought it for a million dollars.

World’s Largest Pool

Already drawing the crowds in the South American resort of San Alfonso del Mar in Chile, this artificial lagoon and swimming pool is eight hectares in size and contains an incredible 250,000 cubic meters of water.

Acknowledged by Guinness World Records as being the world’s largest swimming pool, the lagoon trounces all other record holders in the category, including the Orthlieb pool in Casablanca, Morocco, itself a huge 150 meters by 100 meters – the San Alfonso pool is 1km in length.
World’s Largest Plane

The An-225 is quoted as having a maximum takeoff weight of over 1.3 million pounds.

The FAI gives credit for a slightly lower weight of 1.12 million pounds, the record set by an An-225 in 1989 for the largest mass ever lifted by an airplane to an altitude of 6,500 ft.

The An-225 was originally built to ferry the Soviet Buran space shuttle but it is now used to transport various outsize cargos.

Only one example was ever completed, and it is currently available for charter flights.

The An-225 is a cargo transport only and has never been used as an airliner.

World’s Largest Building

Burj Dubai (Arabic for “Dubai Tower”) is a skyscraper under construction in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is the tallest man-made structure on Earth other than broadcasting towers.

Construction began on September 21, 2004, and it was expected to be completed and ready for occupation in September 2009.

World’s Largest TV

While Sharp and Panasonic are claiming largest for individual technologies, TecnoVision is having none of it and pitching its 205in screen as the World’s Largest Television full stop.

The Luxio measures a whopping 455x256cm – that’s enough to almost fill an entire wall.

World’s Largest Crayola Crayon

It weighs 1,500 pounds and is 15 feet long.

Apparently, this crayon could draw a line 10 miles long!

Crayola created this monster sized crayon with crayons donated by children to celebrate the company’s 100th birthday!

This is a great story.

10 Wonderful Grass Sculptures

Here are 10 amazing sculptures made only of grass! Quite intricately sculpted, must see sculptures! Includes sculptures from elephants to giraffes to even unicorns!

Cool and creative Formula 1 car grass figure

Cow grass sculpture

This is an amazing elephant grass sculpture.

Giraffe grass sculpture found in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia during summer time.

In the grounds of a country house in Cornwall near the fishing village of Mevagissy the Victorian gardens have been restored to their former glory

Men grass sculpture at Museum Beelden aan Zee in Scheveningen by Wim Quist architects.

The sculpture, In the Garden of Dreams, was made by brother and sister team Sue and Pete Hill.This sculpture was created as a sister to the Mud Maid which can be found at the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall.

If you have ever visited an art gallery and felt assailed by the "don't touch" signs, then Lucy Strachan's work is for you. Her outdoor sculptures cry out to be touched - or even stroked and hugged, something the artist herself encourages. “Spinning Top” was Lucy's first grass work.

Unicorns United.

Fisherman Catches 1,000 Strange Species of Fish

47 -year-old Steve Wozniak, a lure fisherman from California, has traveled the world over, in his quest to catch as many different species of fish as possible. So far he managed to catch 1,000 species, from a colorful Threadfin Butterflyfish to a 410 kilogram shark.
  Believe it or not, Steve Wozniak has spent the last 10 years, and $75,000 traveling to 63 different countries in the search for new species of fish to put on his list. He flew over 1 million air miles, and spent over 20,000 hours holding his trusty rod and hoping for a bite. But all his efforts paid out when he finally caught his 1,000th fish species, a Norwegian coalfish, and set a new world record.

Unusual and Creative fork designs

Forked up Stainless steel bottle opener/fork.

The Chork A disposable fork. Turn it around and it’s training chopsticks

Twister Fork The Twister is a fresh take on an old tradition that helps you enjoy your favorite food without making a mess.

Oyster Fork A double ended oyster fork/knife, the blade to separate the oyster from its shell and the fork for eating it.

Calamete Pasta Fork Calamete is a uniquely designed Japanese fork modification made especially for spinning your favorite noodles with ease due to its projecting “thumb” piece that simulates a hand.

NyFork Pizza Fork Slice and Eat Pizza with One Utensil!

Hard Rock Cafe Fork This is a striking visual which represents the spirit of the this cafe beautifully.

Finger Fork These stainless steel finger forks are ideal for buffets and parties.

Spork Spoon-fork-knife combo brings a bit of civilization to the wild and a bit of the wild to civilization.

Fork Fan Never burn your tongue again.

Popcorn Fork No more messy fingers, and it does have a built in salt shaker in the handle.

Chopsticks Aid It’s a fork face that attaches to chopsticks, turning them into a fork.

Ramen Spoon/Fork Originally created for the popular Sugakiya ramen noodle restaurant chain in Japan to eliminate the waste created by disposal chopsticks, this stainless steel spork makes it really easy to twist noodles and ladle soup.

Twirling Spaghetti Fork The Twirling Spaghetti Fork twirls to wind up pasta at the flick of a switch. Simply stick the fork into your pile of pasta, switch on and watch it twirl.

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