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The Underground Amusement Park in Transylvania

TweetThis underground Transylvanian amusement park was built into an abandoned salt mine. I don’t know about you, but visiting an [...]

This underground Transylvanian amusement park was built into an abandoned salt mine. I don’t know about you, but visiting an amusement park located hundreds of feet underground that I have to take a mining elevator to get to sounds like the perfect recipe for a family vacation. Located in Transylvania (yes, it is a real place), Salina Turda used to be a fully-operational salt mine until 1932, when... More...


By • Aug 24th, 2015 • Category: FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


The World’s First Sky Pool

TweetA sky pool suspended between two buildings is slated for construction in London. I am sorry, but just looking at [...]

A sky pool suspended between two buildings is slated for construction in London. I am sorry, but just looking at this photo makes me seeth with jealousy and desire. A sky pool is basically the ultimate pool, second only to the ocean-ending infinity pool, which gives the appearance of swimming into the sky. A sky pool is a game-changer in the world of recreational swimming. A sky pool could probably even... More...


By • Aug 22nd, 2015 • Category: FOOD AND TRAVEL


Dismaland: Banksy Creates a Theme Park

TweetBanksy opens an art exhibit inspired by dystopian consumerism, or something. If you are tired of the typical theme park [...]

Banksy opens an art exhibit inspired by dystopian consumerism, or something. If you are tired of the typical theme park experience of seething with frustration while waiting in line, paying exorbitant amounts of money for a hot dog, and dealing with hundreds of screaming kids with sticky faces, you should probably visit Dismaland, a new art exhibited headed up by none other than the elusive Banksy, hims... More...


By • Aug 21st, 2015 • Category: FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


A South Korean Poop-Themed Café

TweetA coffee shop in South Korea is decorated entirely within the ‘cute poop’ trend. I don’t know if you know [...]

A coffee shop in South Korea is decorated entirely within the ‘cute poop’ trend. I don’t know if you know this, but ‘cute poop’ is a trend. I blame emojis on iPhones for the start of this phenomenon, because that little brown turd is adorable, but feces has made its way into our communication, our fashion, and now, our food. Based in Seoul, South Korea, the Poop Café is a pretty normal type... More...


By • Aug 21st, 2015 • Category: Food


London to New York in 1 Hour on This Concorde Jet

TweetA new Concorde jet could change traveling between London and New York forever. When the original Concorde jet came out, [...]

A new Concorde jet could change traveling between London and New York forever. When the original Concorde jet came out, it could make it between New York and London in 3.5 hours, which was pretty revolutionary back in the day. Now, Concorde aims to break its own record with a planned hypersonic plane called an ‘ultra-rapid air vehicle’. The commercial aircraft will fly at around 4.5 times the ... More...


By • Aug 15th, 2015 • Category: FOOD AND TRAVEL


Is Positano the New IT Destination?

TweetPositano, Italy is the newest IT destination for socialites and models. Is it me, or is Taylor Swift and her [...]

Positano, Italy is the newest IT destination for socialites and models. Is it me, or is Taylor Swift and her group of leggy glamazon friends slowly taking over the world? It seems like all it took is Karlie Kloss instagramming from Positano to make everyone talk about it. Apparently now it is the newest destination for socialites and globetrotters, a place where you can dock your yacht and traipse off ... More...


By • Aug 14th, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Introducing a $100 Donut

TweetThis donut is a culinary masterpiece that takes five hours to make. Donuts are something I only eat when I’m [...]

This donut is a culinary masterpiece that takes five hours to make. Donuts are something I only eat when I’m hung over, or in the mood to treat myself after a long day of walking around, passing 40 Dunkin Donuts without stopping in. I don’t actually even know what I’m looking at when I look at these photos, but apparently it’s a donut that takes five hours to make and costs $100. Originally made... More...


By • Aug 11th, 2015 • Category: Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL


This Spicy Pepper Ice Cream Requires a Waiver

TweetGhost pepper ice cream is so hot, you legally have to sign a waiver before trying it. I have been [...]

Ghost pepper ice cream is so hot, you legally have to sign a waiver before trying it. I have been to Rehobeth Beach in Delaware before, but admittedly I was too busy trying to look skinny on the beach and get laid to eat any kind of ice cream. I’m not one for spicy foods anyway, but I am still intrigued by hot ice cream, which is like the ultimate oxymoron. The Ice Cream Story in Rehobeth has embr... More...


By • Aug 11th, 2015 • Category: Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Five Things to Know Before Visiting Malta

TweetVisiting Malta sometime soon? You should keep these travel tips in mind. For those of you that don’t know, Malta [...]

Visiting Malta sometime soon? You should keep these travel tips in mind. For those of you that don’t know, Malta is a beautiful, 3-island archipelago in the Mediterranean close to Sicily. It is one of the most densely populated countries in the world, with 423,000 people packed into a place one-fifth the size of London. Besides being ridiculously photogenic, it is also full of beautiful men, gorg... More...


By • Aug 10th, 2015 • Category: FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


Mexico’s Largest Rainbow Mural

TweetArtists in Mexico have turned hundreds of working-class houses into a huge rainbow mural. A group of artists in Mexico [...]

Artists in Mexico have turned hundreds of working-class houses into a huge rainbow mural. A group of artists in Mexico called the Germ Collective have undertaken a huge feat- to turn the white facades of a working class barrio into a colossal work of art. Located in Las Palmitas, the project is called ‘Pachuca Paints Itself’ and the artists have spent 14 months painting the walls of the barrio in a... More...


By • Aug 9th, 2015 • Category: Art, FOOD AND TRAVEL