Sunday, May 25, 2008

Crazy girl on train

Lol, See what happens near the end

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Solar-powered bra unveiled (Video)

Eco-chic may have a long way to go before it dominates the catwalks of Milan, but at least women will now be able to keep green issues close to their bosoms after the unveiling of the solar-powered bra.

One small question, however: how is the solar panel exposed to sunlight without compromising the bra wearer’s modesty?

Yoshiko Masuda, of manufacturers Triumph International Japan Ltd, conceded: "It might be difficult to put it to practical use considering people usually cannot go outside without wearing clothes over it, and there may be few places like a balcony or a garden in your house where you can use it outside."

Pragmatic details aside, the carbon neutral undergarment is capable of charging more than excitement. According to Triumph, the bra produces enough power to boost up the bars on a mobile phone or an iPod.
Click here to find out more!

This not the first time Triumph have released an innovative set of pragmatic lady smalls, having previously launched the chopstick bra and a ‘No Shopping Bag’ bra.

See the climate-friendly fashion accessory, as well as Triumph’s other unconventional underwear, in the videos below.

Solar-powered bra

Chopstick bra

‘No Shopping Bag’ bra

Thursday, May 8, 2008

PigFace Greyhoundz

The chunky monkeys who have been put on a diet after being overfed by tourists

Happy tourists visiting the wildlife park in Japan might have thought they were treating the monkeys.

But they have left many of them so overweight they can hardly get around.

DON'T 'ave a banana: Macaca mulatta monkeys at Ohama park in Japan are grossly overweight
This chunky monkey is among about 50 that have alarmed the park's overseers

bout 50 Macaca mulatta monkeys at Ohama park in Sakai, Osaka Prefecture have been so overfed by tourists they are now massively overweight.

A local report in April said that about 30 per cent of the animals are so huge they struggle to get around their 420-square-meter enclosure.

Officials have been forced to put them on a strict diet.

A healthy Macaca mulatta monkey weighs about 20lbs, but one of these chunkies is over 4st.

The monkeys usually weigh around 20lbs, but one at the park is a whopping 4 1/2 stone

Don't feed the animals: Visitors to the park are being asked not to throw bananas to the obese monkeys

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Time to relax