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trickstarbrave:

sometimes you hear the correct pronunciation for something and you just

refuse to acknowledge it at all

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sixpenceee:

Welsh house painter John Renie died in 1832. The unusual inscription on his grave takes the form of a grid, 19 squares across and 15 squares high. In each square is a letter.

You can make out some clear words. “Here” and “Lies” are in that in that string above, and you can see the start of “John.” But why the jumble?

After 170 years, a local TV station finally analyzed it, determining that it was a type of acrostic puzzle. Starting at the H in the very center and working outward, the sentence “Here Lies John Renie” can be read in 46000 different ways!

Some say he was trying to keep his soul safe from the devil by confusing him. Others say he was just having a bit of fun.

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MORE COOL GRAVES

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havexheart:

cory-doctorow:

did you bury your dog to make a shitty pun

But look how stoked the dog is

havexheart:

cory-doctorow:

did you bury your dog to make a shitty pun

But look how stoked the dog is

(Source: iraffiruse, via rocket-number-nine)

simonsprocket:

ruinedchildhood:

Drive Through

Instructions unclear

simonsprocket:

ruinedchildhood:

Drive Through

Instructions unclear

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sixpenceee:

Chicago’s newest attraction - a 1000ft-high viewing platform that offers spectacular downward facing views over the city. TILT is housed in 360 CHICAGO on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Tower and, as the name suggests, the enclosed glass and steel platform tilts visitors forward for a unique perspective of the city’s The Magnificent Mile. (Source)

sixpenceee:

Chicago’s newest attraction - a 1000ft-high viewing platform that offers spectacular downward facing views over the city. TILT is housed in 360 CHICAGO on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Tower and, as the name suggests, the enclosed glass and steel platform tilts visitors forward for a unique perspective of the city’s The Magnificent Mile. (Source)

(Source: twirpy, via humanshifter)

tastefullyoffensive:

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