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image ugly christmas sweaters Even England's Royal Family Is Wearing Ugly Christmas Sweaters This Season
Via: VICTORIA JONES
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Actually these are just wax figures. They're wearing ugly Christmas sweaters for a thing called Christmas Jumper Day. It's part of a charity effort to help raise money for needy children around the world.

Australia tourism innuendo This Australian Tourism Campaign Wants to 'C U in the NT'
Via: cuinthent
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Ah, Australia's Northern Territory. Looks beautiful, doesn't it?


via @cuinnt

This new slogan is... interesting. It really looks like it says something different to the untrained eye. 


via ntofficial

This campaign comes from an independent group hoping to bolster tourism in the northern part of Australia. Their about page says this:

Whether you're young or old there's so much to see and do in the NT! Experience the unique Northern Territory in Australia's top end for an unforgettable experience. Tell your friends CU in the NT!

via ntofficial

shiny legs optical illusion paint What's Making These Legs Look So Shiny?
Via: msbreeezyyy
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There's speculation on the internet that these legs have been oiled up to create this super shiny look for the picture. But... maybe not? There's some debate about that. Consider this:



via @jamesrbuk, @pezsez@annekamccarthy

Now look again. Paint? or Oil?

The Nightmares Fear Factory in Niagara Falls takes pictures of people for them to share on Twitter. These terrified faces are way too funny to be scary.

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waffle house index hurricane matthew People in Florida Know Things Are Getting Rough When the Waffle Houses Start Closing
Via: @WaffleHouse
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THIS IS NOT A DRILL! Several Waffle Houses in Florida are closing due to Hurricane Matthew. Even FEMA knows that's a bad thing. They have an informal "Waffle House Index". When these diners start closing they know they have a disaster on their hands and raise that index to "red". 

Even people not involved with a national disaster agency know this means things are serious:







via @kalebhorton, @hintofspy, @WhoDatTN@SarahDecedue

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