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What can you say about zombies that hasn’t been said already? There are zombie comics, zombie movies, books about zombies, books that used to be classic pieces of literature that had zombies put into them, and there are real zombies that re made when a boko takes a person’s soul and puts it in a [...]
Halloween is the favorite holiday of scores of people. We love to dress up, hand out candy, and watch scary movies. How did these traditions get started? What is Halloween all about, anyway? Lucky for you, I’m here to clear these things up for you. The Romans The Romans had an annual feast called the [...]
Awesome office Halloween party or a spectacular family gathering. Either way, this group loves Legos.
Halloween’s over but that doesn’t mean the fun has to end just yet. Slingshot maker extraordinaire, Jorg Sprave, has made a special slingshot to help you live out your lifelong dream, i.e. pranging zombies on the arm and getting off spectacular hip shots. It’s so beautiful in its simplicity while being surprisingly accurate and powerful. See for yourself why you [...]
It’s that time of the year; when everyone’s creative juices are flowing and so are the pumpkins’. I always see something new every year and just when you think you’ve seen it all, there’s a giant hamburger. No matter if scary, funny, or scrupulous detail is your fancy, feel free to take some inspiration from [...]
Inspired by the common cheat code for video games in which the characters all have oversized heads, computer whiz Eric Testroete created a large copy of his own head for a Halloween costume. If I was any good at using any software, I’d give it a go. To see how he did it step-by-step, check [...]
Also doubles as a Halloween costume if your kid wants to be Billy Mays, Al from Home Improvement, Zach Galifianakis, Zac Brown, or Justin Theroux nowadays. Comes in white if your kid wants to be Michael McDonald, Kenny Rogers, or Sir Anthony Hopkins. via: I Love Bacon
One of the hallmarks of being human is the desire—and some may say the need—to try and fool ourselves and each other. We’ve even set aside a special day—April 1st—to celebrate this aberration in human nature, making the quest to offer fiction as fact a never ending roller coaster ride. Of course, sometimes these innocent [...]