One can only imagine the ways The Smashing Book might instruct on how to properly smash objects in need of smashing. Creepy-crawlies require swift and direct action. If The Smashing Book is not available within close vicinity, grab anything with a solid surface and crush it!
Another option is to capture the creepy-crawly intruder and show it the door. If you’re not squeamish or you are not plagued by bug invasion, the book’s also a good tool for creating smashing websites. So remember, you can squash any crawling reptile around as long as you use the right book.
Taking a Risk
Little brothers can be so annoying sometimes. What we are looking at right here is obviously not a big-bro-little-bro situation (different birds, duh), but the sentiment is still there. Honestly, the most interesting thing about this picture is probably what happened the second after it was taken, if we're going to be completely honest.
Did the eagle show the crow who's the boss? Did the crow prove itself worthy of hanging around large birds of prey? We want to know! When it comes to photos like this, it is always the photo to impresses us the most and not always the story behind it.
Ballerinas will tell you that this guy is probably trying to work on his jet. Bikers will probably tell you that this guy is working on a special stunt. Other people will tell you this man is trying to kill himself, and no matter how many times his Italian mother ( we have a feeling she is Italian) told him to stop doing what he was doing.
So it's all about perspective, really. Until we see the picture taken 2 seconds after this one, we will assume that this guy simply learned how to fly. We just hope that the damage wasn't too severe.
Making a Splash
Cannonball jumps — out, belly flops — in! Especially when the belly in question is this glorious. It doesn't look like there are many people in the water, and maybe that's a good thing because it looks like the water level in the pool is about to rise dramatically.
This may not be a standard wave pool, but something tells us that it was wavy all right after that jump. Can you imagine the tsunami or the lifeguard hitting the panic button and asking all of the other swimmers to get out of the water? So much drama over one man and one belly.
Did the San Jose Mercury News make a tragic mistake? Did these two make a tragic mistake buying that house? Was getting married a tragic mistake? And why do they look so happy? The real story is that when these two got married, the bride asked her brother to save the local newspaper for them on the day they tied the knot.
When he gave her the issue that was published on her wedding day, the leading headline read, “Tragic Mistake.” Just another hilarious coincidence. Luckily these two have a great sense of humor. Could you imagine the look on their face if they didn't?