Designers working with Pro Infirmis, a Swiss organization for the disabled, brought in five volunteers, each with a different disability. They took their measurements and then made adjustments on mannequins to create figures that match the unlikely models’ bodies.
When they were done, they placed the mannequins in a storefront in downtown Zurich.
The results are amazing.
Warning: These are the greatest greeting cards that have ever been made.
Whether you want to buy them as a joke or you really dislike the person you are buying for, these cards are the perfect gift.
The cards at Because I Hate You offer many hateful options, here are some of my favourites;
A protester has been sleeping in his clamped car as he believes he should not have to pay the fine as at the time of the clamping he was helping a blind woman up steps. He is determined to reverse the fine, which he can afford to pay, however Dublin City Council has vowed that the fine shall stick.
Kelvin Sheridan (30) was livid when he returned to find his car clamped on Dublin’s Cathedral Street last Tuesday after he had helped a blind lady who was going to mass up the steps of the nearby Pro-Cathedral.
“I don’t think it’s right that a person can be clamped for doing what I did.”
“I want this to end so I’m asking the clamping company to take off the clamp.”
However, Dublin City Council bosses are refusing back down, insisting that cars are not released without the 80 euro fee.
“This vehicle was clamped on the instruction of the gardai,” a spokesperson said.
“There is process if a motorist feels they have been unfairly clamped.”
Kelvin, who has been receiving sandwiches and tea from passers by, admitted that he hasn’t been sleeping or eating well.
But he isn’t giving up.
“I can’t leave my car,” he argued. “If I do the gardai will impound it and then I will have to pay the 135 euro release fee as well as the 80.”
Thanks Sunday World
This images are truly stomach churning.
Considering the childhood obesity epidemic that the Western World is facing, it is not surprising that children may be eating too much processed food. However what is surprising is that those who should be providing nutritious alternatives (Governments, schools, hospitals) are not.
In the US, a company Fed Up, encouraged students to send in pictures of the lunches they are being given at school. Thanks Twentytwowords
They received 7,025 images. Here are some of the worst.
The Chimp looks delighted to be there
Getting a child to pose long enough to get a decent portrait is a struggle for many photographers. However in the early days of photography they had a fairly ingenous way of getting babies/toddlers to pose for a photo. Mothers of the infants would sit the little ones on their laps while they disguised themselves so that they ‘blended’ into the background.
See if you can spot the parents…..
Portrait sessions in the late 1800s ‘were challenging for sitters because of the low emulsion sensitivity and consequently lengthy exposure times,’ experts at Sewanee University of the South told Digg.
‘In the case of children, one stress-reducing device for keeping them still was to cloak mothers and disguise them as a support on or against which the child rested.’
The meal in a can has nine layers – from a fry-up for breakfast through to turkey and veg and even mince pies for dessert – all in a tin.
‘Almost half of British gamers plan to spend the majority of Christmas Day testing out new games and consoles,’ explained a spokesman for the company.
‘It’s the ultimate innovation for gamers across the nation who can’t tear themselves away from their new consoles and games on Christmas Day – the first all-in-one festive feast in a tin .’
I for one think that anyone who is seriously considering using the tinned food as a substitute for a real Christmas dinner should then donate their freshly prepared meal to someone in need. Just a thought.