Sunday, 30 July 2017

How to Love People You Don’t Know (6 pics)

A boy told his parents that he wanted to use the $120 he saved throughout the year to help the homeless. Even after his parents tried convincing him to keep his money and that they will pay, the boy insisted they use his money and buy food and pack them into bags. 

What It’d Look Like if Star Wars Spilled Into the Real World

At first glance, these photographs seem like fairly standard street photography. They're grainy and black-and-white, and show rows of houses, people on sidewalks, and other staples of urban living. But look closer and you might notice something else.

This photo series comes to us from photographer Thomas Dagg, who blends the real and the fantastic so seamlessly that it's almost imperceptible. The series, aptly called Star Wars, puts the iconic imagery of the film franchise (the ships, the creatures, and the characters) into everyday situations that we can recognize. A baseball game is played with light sabers. Tie-fighters are spotted in the sky over residential buildings. And in an alley, Han Solo's carbonite-encased body has been placed out with the recycling.

Thursday, 27 July 2017

A Dad Finds Something SHOCKING In A Box Hidden In The Snow (25 Pics)

A box is hardly just a box. If it’s wrapped in colorful paper, it’s a present. A leftover soda box can even act as a magical house for a very spunky cat.

Generally the content of the box defines what’s the name of the box. Like the box with your home maintenance devices called as toolbox and a box filled with medical supplies in your cars, usually known as emergency medical kit. This white box, however, which was engulfed with snow, was discovered by the father of a Imgur user, provincial life. It’s not easy to spot this box, but what was left inside was even harder for them to stomach.

This is the story of a father and his daughter’s discovery of what was inside this box hidden in the snow and the kindness they displayed is sufficient to melt you hearts.

According to Imgur user, provinciallife, the road where her father spotted the box had “no houses, no traffic.” The only reason the box was found was because her dad happened to spot it while driving by.
Once he saw it, he just had to take a closer look…
What could possibly be in there?
Whatever it was, “the box was placed under some branches. Presumably to keep the top on.”
“When I peaked in, my heart broke,” said provinciallife. What she found was a very sick and cold kitten.
As it turns out, the kitten wasn’t alone—there were two kittens abandoned in the box along along with two dishes of food and a blanket.
The brothers were brought home and proved to be incredibly sweet. In fact, when separated, the cats would meow until they were reunited.
Yet, regardless of their darling nature, they were filthy, had gunk around their eyes, and smelled like urine.
Both kitties got a bath. When they were wet, you could see how malnourished and skinny they were.
They were both wrapped in blankets and nuzzled for body warmth.
They were also completely confused by food. They didn’t “seem to know what to do with the tiny bowl of kitten food we put down,” said provinciallife.
Though confused, the cats were extremely grateful. They purred and rubbed up against anyone who passed by.
Their new family felt they had to take them to the vet to make sure they were OK.
At the vet, the cats were weighed. One kitty only weighed 2.9 pounds!
The other little guy weighed only 3.1 pounds.
One kitten had to have part of his tail amputated. “The vet found a wound,” said provinciallife. “The end of the tail was cold and limp.”
“Antibiotics, probiotics, painkillers, and dewormer were prescribed for their woes.”
With the help of drugs, the vet, and a loving family, the cats finally got the hang of eating.
The family eventually named them Tango and Cash.
They’re growing up healthy and strong.
The kittens’ personalities are also beginning to develop.
Sometimes they’re a little goofy…

Other times they prefer a little alone time, preferably in tiny vessels, like this trash can.

But they always want to play!
All in all, they’re two very happy and healthy cats thanks to the love of some very kind folks.

59 Creative Examples Of Beautiful Country Currency

We all use currency on a daily basis, Every country has its own unique currency, except for some countries. Every country design their country currency in such a way that it reflects their culture, history and events over the time.

Almost all country currency are unique and different, but we are showcasing 59 most creative and amazingly beautiful currencies of the world that will take back you into the world of art. Hope you enjoy them.

 Afghanistan (Currency: Afghan afghani)

Australia (Currency: Australian dollar)
Azerbaijan (Currency: Azerbaijani manat)
Bangladesh (Currency: Bangladeshi taka)
Bermuda (Currency: Bermudian dollar)
Brazil (Currency: Brazilian real)
Brunei (Currency: Brunei dollar)
Bulgaria (Currency: Bulgarian lev)
Canada (Currency: Canadian dollar)
Chile (Currency: Chilean peso)
China (Currency: Renminbi)
 China (Currency: Yuan)
Costa Rica (Currency: Costa Rican colón)
Dominican Republic (Currency: Dominican peso)
Egypt (Currency: Egyptian Pound)
 England (Currency: England Pound)
Ethiopia (Currency: Ethiopian birr)
Fiji (Currency: Fijian dollar)
Honduras (Currency: Honduran lempira)
Hong Kong Dollar
 India (Currency: Indian Rupee)
Indonesia (Currency: Indonesian rupiah)
Israel (Currency: Israeli new shekel)
Jamaica (Currency: Jamaican dollar)
Kazhakistan (Currency: Kazakhstani tenge)
Kuwait (Currency: Kuwaiti Dinar)
Latvia (Currency: Lats)
Lebanon (Currency: Lebanese pound)
 Malaysia (Currency: Malaysian ringgit)
Mauritania (Currency: Mauritanian ouguiya)
Mauritius (Currency: Mauritian Rupee)
Mexico (Currency: Mexican peso)
Mongolia (Currency: Mongolian tögrög)
Morocco (Currency: Moroccan dirham)
Mozambique (Currency: Mozambican metical)
Nepal (Currency: Nepalese rupee)
New Zealand (Currency: New Zealand dollar)
Nigeria (Currency: Nigerian naira)
Nicaragua (Currency: Nicaraguan córdoba)
Oman (Currency: Omani rial)
Papua New Guinea (Currency: Papua New Guinean kina)
Paraguay (Currency: Paraguayan guaraní)
Qatar (Currency: Qatari riyal)
Romania (Currency: Romanian leu)
Russia (Currency: Russian ruble)
Singapore (Currency: Singapore Dollar)
Solomon Islands (Currency: Solomon Islands dollar)
Sri Lanka (Currency: Sri Lankan Rupee)
Swaziland (Currency: Swazi Lilangeni)
Switzerland (Currency: Swiss franc)
Thailand (Currency: Thai Baht)
Tonga (Currency: Tongan pa’anga)
UAE (Currency: United Arab Emirates dirham)
United States (Currency: United States dollar)
Vanuatu (Currency: Vanuatu vatu)
Vietnam (Currency: Vietnamese dong)
Yemen (Currency: Yemeni rial)
Zambia (Currency: Zambian kwacha)