In the season of fun and romance, let go of your staid self to lose yourself in the websites below. These websites are a guilty pleasure fro many, and lend themselves to at least 30 minutes of browsing per day, depending on your personal tastes.
The name says it all, but it understates just how compelling the content is. There is tremendous talent and thought put into seemingly inane illustrations. The site name is very well earned, and you will love every second you spend here.
In the website, see some outlandish examples of how to fix automobile steering, toiled problems, and home renovations. There are not photoshopped images, every submission here is candid photo of real-life do-it-yourself nightmares.
Attack of the Cute is a crowd pleaser. This is a photo blog where readers everywhere contribute pictures of their cute per cats, dogs, ferrets, rabbits, or of cute animals they discovered at the zoo. Big thumbs up and guaranteed smiles for everyone.
This site is about poignant written letters. Letters from a crash victim to the other driver, letters from a homosexual son to his mother, letters from a spurned lover to her ex-partner-letters of all kinds of high emotion and bizaree human experience. This site is absolutely mesmerising as an exploration of human experience and emotion.
How to breathe fire. How to flirt like a pro. How to cut a beer bottle into half. How to steal a Guinness record for free throwing. How to turn your car into an armoured tank.How to levitate a Zippo flame. How to detect nukes. Wonderhowto.com is a delicious buffet of engineering, ingenuity and curiosity.
This is addictive with a capital 'A' . 2Leep stands out because it is a hub of thousands of fascination blogs and photo collections from around the world. See videos of truck being lifted by the wind. See bizarre furniture and pet hairdos. See the worst celebrity twins of all time. The content is so dynamic at 2Leep, you will want to visit twice a day to see the updates.
yourself and will not be requiring any guidance from an expert.
Source : The Himalayan Times