From Flossy reader Shilo comes a great link from Gizmodo: "You've never heard Disney like this: the sampled sounds of Snow White remixed, reshuffled, and refitted into a soaring trip-hop beat. And wait until you hear Harry Potter. The artist known as Pogo composed many of these works under contract with Disney, and is only just now able to share his masterpiece patchworks with the rest of us."
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It's nothing new for singers outside of the US to learn English phonetically for their records, but what if they just spoke phonetically the way they think English sounds? This Italian parody show from the 1970s does just that, and the results are rather uncanny (it sounds familiar and yet is utter gibberish!)
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There are action movies and then there are Action!!Movies. Nerve.com counts down ten of the funniest over-the-top action movie trailers in cinema history.
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Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder … but that doesn't mean I'd like to hold any of the insects featured in the Ugly Bug Contest. Which one did you vote for?
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The Ajanta Caves are ancient temples carved from rock in Maharashtra, India. Over time dense jungle grew around the caves, mostly hiding them from view (until now!). Flashbacks to Legends of the Hidden Temple, anyone?
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This link and the ensuing directions were strewn all over Facebook this week, but reader Dawn reminded of it and the hilarity of the (usually very apt) Google maps: "Get directions from Japan to China.  Look at direction #43.  Very helpful when deciding what to pack …"
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Boiled peanuts (yum!), Duke's mayo, and 12 other beloved regional American foods. Which ones have you guys tried? (or eat regularly!)
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From regional to world-wide: have a love of donuts? Sarah has sent in a great link that tells you exactly where to find the best of the best.
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Finally, just like with Halloween there's plenty of Thanksgiving TV coming up - TV Tango gives you the when and where of your favorite Thanksgiving viewings.
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