Realistic Scary Halloween Horror Masks:
Amazing Daring Fire Breathing:
Unbelievable Daring Fire Breathing:
Fire breathing is the act of generate a fireball through breathing a fine spray of fuel over an open flame blaze. Correct skill and the accurate fuel make the illusion of risky to improve the novelty of fire breathing, while falling the risk to health and safety. When using the exact fuel, it will just light when sprayed into a well haze growing the surface area of the fuel so that the fuel/oxygen/heat ratio is balanced sufficient to reason burning. Performing arts with flames has a lot of inherent risks. Having an aggressively spotting skilled safety helper with an appropriate fire blanket and fire extinguisher is an suitable finest perform when fire breathing and is a mandatory section in the majority insurance policies for trained fire breathers.
Street Dentists In India And China:
Most Unusual And Strange Fruits:
Weird Hospital Themed Restaurant In Riga:
Hositalis is a bizarre hospital themed restaurant in Riga, Lativia, where patrons eat amongst operating tables, medical equipment and other hospital related paraphenelia, while waiters dressed as nurses wait on them. On the walls hang x-rays and video screens play medical clips from various popular movies.
Strange Animal Shaped Cars:
Have you ever seen any strange car designs? These are probably the strangest examples. Design of these cars is inspired by animals forms. Here are a few examples of interesting animal shaped cars, which stand out from the normal & make their presence felt on the roads. Check them out!
Hilarious Pictures Of Bodies:
Things Used In New Ways:
Sоmе pеоple аrе able tо turn objects thаt serve а different purpose intо sоmеthing еntirеly different.
Strangest Practice Of Self Mummification – Sokushinbutsu:
Scattered throughout Northern Japan around the Yamagata Prefecture are two dozen mummified Japanese monks known as Sokushinbutsu, who caused their own deaths in a way that resulted in their mummification. The practice was first pioneered by a priest named Kuukai over 1000 years ago at the temple complex of Mount Koya, in Wakayama prefecture. Kuukai was founder of the Shingon sect of Buddhism, which is the sect that came up with the idea of enlightenment through physical punishment. A successful mummification took upwards of ten years. It is believed that many hundreds of monks tried, but only between 16 and 24 such mummifications have been discovered to date.