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Britain’s New Fiver Can Be Used To Play Vinyls

The sharper edges of the new five pound bills in Britain make the polymer notes become possible needles of a vinyl player. Crazy!

„The new polymer five pound notes have a rather curious ability of being just about able to play vinyl records (with the aid of a contact microphone and small amplifier not shown on screen).“

via: boingboing

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Jun 162015
Kid Gets Hit In The Face When Soldier Salutes The Queen

Everything surrounding royalty is a big deal. Even the smallest of occasions must be handled with grace and gravity. So when one six year old girl had the chance to offer Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom a bunch of flowers it was a big deal. Sadly, the soldier next to her was also treating the queen’s presence very seriously and when he fervently saluted her majesty he accidentally hit the little girl in the face. Now, this awkward video by BBC News has gone viral! 


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Jun 242014
Rufus The Hawk Guards Wimbledon From Pigeons

Wimbledon is considered the world’s oldest tennis tournament in the world. So allowing simple pigeons to interrupt the game is simply unacceptable. Thankfully, the grounds keepers have a secret weapon. Rufus the hawk. This advert is sponsored by Stella Artois and has gone viral with over half a million hits already!


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Apr 112014
Jumbo Jets Landing And Taking Off In Powerful Crosswinds Is Terrifying

These days, most people take flying for granted. But there’s nothing like being thrown around like a tin can by powerful winds to remind you that the plane you are riding in is at the mercy of the weather. 

Aviation obsessed Flugsnug made this chilling compilation of airplanes being tossed around due to powerful winds during take-off and landing procedures at Britain’s Birmingham Airport from the past winter.

The month old video is still trending, and stands with over 2.6 million anxious views!


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Apr 022014
Epic Circus Performance In Abandoned Factory

Circulus is on a mission to perform in unique and unexpected forgotten spaces. For their first video, the British acrobatic group puts on an eye-popping spectacle in an unused Victorian Sail factory in the heart of London’s east end.

Just breathtaking. 


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