The strangest way to keep aggressive men away from girls! A women’s stockings designed to look like a hairy man’s legs, the idea is to prevent girls from being harassed by perverts in China.
via: Huffington Post
Joe McNally likes to take his camera where relatively few professional photographers have been before. He recently made it to the very top of the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. He took stunning photos from the highest point of tower, 822.96 Meter high (2,700 Feet) .
McNally took the elevators to the 163rd floor, then he climbed the stairs for about 91.44 Meters (300 feet) to reach the tower section of the building. And then again, he put on a safety harness and climbed straight up a ladder for another 137.16 Meters (450 feet) inside a narrow tube.
The photo below was posted by McNally back in March, on Instagram, and it became popular on the web.
An amazing shot of Jonny Salvador, who works at Burj Khalifa as a high climbing specialist for the buildings maintenance department.
Watch behind the scenes video below to live Joe McNally’s experience at Burj Khalifa.
More than 500 employees gathered at Sears headquarters to help break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of people assembled in one place dressed as Superman. The feat broke the record of 437 held by a Canadian company, and a Guinness Book of World Records representative was on hand to confirm it.
Sears quest to break the record was not just a random idea. The store has entered into a retail partnership with Warner Bros.
Tattoos are the new thing nowadays I have noticed that more people are getting them and it’s becoming a trend, and the funny thing is that its totally OK if non-Kuwaitis have them but it’s OMG for Kuwaitis!! Seriously every where I go lately I see Kuwaitis with tattoos and of course girls have lip and eyebrows tattoos!! What changed? Why is it ok now?!! Is it still considered a stigma?
So what’s your stand? Do you have one? Want one? Love them? Hate them?