Some lucky guy found this actual book at a thrift shop. via Reddit
The images come courtesy of Gil Koplovitz, a marine biologist who found himself working underwater in the vicinity of the empty, subaquatic strip joint in Eilat, Israel. He explained the mystery behind the curious establishment in an email to The Huffington Post, revealing that it used to be an underwater restaurant before it re-opened as one of the most bizarre strip clubs we've ever heard of.
"The entrance [to the strip joint] is above water," Koplovitz said. "People just crossed a 230-foot bridge and went down a flight of stairs. No need to get wet." via HuffPost
"Tangy Honey Mustard", starring Ruff McThickridge. The world's newest kickass hero is fueled by Ruffles and has a bomb diffusing sloth? Yes, please. Why do I feel like some studio is going to be doing a pilot of this soon?
UNICEF, PR agency Deportivo and Gothia Cup, the world’s largest youth soccer tournament, wanted to raise awareness about children not having access to clean drinking water around the world. To do that, they created the world’s first sweat machine, which turns sweat into clean drinking water. It is a thought-provoking idea, and one that will really make you pause for a moment in gratitude for the water we have available. It’s this kind of thing that will make you think twice before wasting even a drop of water.
The way this sweat machine works is simple. You just toss some sweaty shirts (or gym rags or whatever) in one end, the sweat gets extracted from the cloth, and then clean drinking water comes out the other end into a glass. (via Bit Rebels)