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10 Coolest Links of the Week
A great selection of goodies for you this week. Don’t miss Christmas monsters, imaginary friends, a guy in a tutu, and real-life mad scientists.
10 Gorgeous Dresses Created With 3D Printing
Edgy fashion designers are working with engineers, architects and tech companies to “print” garments via digital prototypes. Check out these ten super-cool 3D printed dresses.
10 Best-Dressed Movie Villains (And How to Get the Look)
If you’re going to be a bad guy, you may as well look awesome being one. These ten well-dressed movie villains prove that you can get away with almost anything if you wear the right clothes.
15 Adorable Photos of Animals Eating Fruit
These cute critters from around the world are united by one thing: they’re munching on a healthy snack. Perhaps we humans can take a leaf – or apple – out of their book.
5 Reasons Why Our Animals Are Really Just Mini-Humans
Some behaviors in our animal friends are very familiar to us people – as we exhibit them ourselves. Here’s five reasons why the creatures we know and sometimes love are really just mini-humans.
13 Goofy Snapshots of Cats Vs Dogs
Based on our exhaustive knowledge of cartoons, we know that cats and dogs are sworn enemies. Here are 13 pictures of pets going head to head.
10 Incredible High-Tech Toilets (For When You're Feeling Flush)
Everyone has to do it – often several times a day – so why not answer the call of nature in style? These 10 incredible high-tech toilets make bathroom duties more a pleasure than a chore.
Julian Assange Absolutely Hates the WikiLeaks Biopic The Fifth Estate
WikiLeaks has gone on record as calling new biopic The Fifth Estate “irresponsible, counterproductive and harmful.” But why does Julian Assange hate the film that charts his rise to worldwide infamy?
Elephants Never Forget: The Touching Legacy of Tamil Nadu Conservationist Mark Davidar
The elephants of India’s Cheetal Walk are surprisingly calm around humans, and it’s all down to the lasting legacy of conservationist Mark Davidar.