May 27, 2011

The Friday Shirk Report – Volume 111



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Welcome to the Friday Shirk Report where you will find the 20 funniest images, 10 most interesting articles, and 5 most viral videos from the previous week of sifting. Enjoy!

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Stay sifty my friends 🙂


A successful night out for this level 5 photobomber
The worst ‘click for larger image’ on the Internet
It’s time we salute the real heroes
Clearly the only way to exit a rolling car (thx for the link Kariv!)
This photographer knew exactly what he was doing, don’t tell me otherwise
This coupon is awesome!
Table for one
Forget head swapping, it’s all about arms now
Haiku you too
This masturbation pie chart is relevant
And you thought your job sucked?
Marathon support in Denmark is at an all-time low
This picture is crazy.
Running. Always a good solution
This little dude is going to grow up to be a badass
Instant backup
Scare tactics in advertising works

The World’s Biggest Cave
Awesome photographs of the Grimsvotn Volcanic Eruption in Iceland
125 Rare and Vintage photos of celebrities
BBC Nature’s Top 10 New Species in pictures
The last three months of civil war in Libya
The economics of Seinfeld. The perfect excuse to watch Seinfeld clips online. Learning! (thx for sharing Mo!)
23-gigapixel shot Wembley Stadium in full 360 panoramic with individuals tagged using Facebook
Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business for 2011. Interesting snippets
Beautiful gallery of cars so stunning, they’re in a museum
Awesome interactive 5,000 megapixel stitched photograph of the entire night sky (thx for sharing Jeff!)



An oldie but wasn’t digging the vids I came across this week


Meanwhile in Japan… (If you’re impatient just fast-forward to 1:30)


Jellyfish Lake is located on Eli Malk island in the Republic of Palau. Twelve thousand years ago these jellyfish became trapped in a natural basin on the island when the ocean receded. With no predators amongst them for thousands of years, they evolved into a new species that lost most of their stinging ability as they no longer had to protect themselves


Sweet slow-mo at the end




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