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THE DAILY LASH

Think. Rant. Post. Repeat.

Finally, The Super Mario and The Smiths mash-up we’ve all been waiting for.

Hear it here!

– MIZ

Well this couldn’t have happened at a better time because I called this like, 10 years ago when I wanted to pop my cat’s head into my peanut butter sandwich.

Check out more bizarre photos uploaded on the “Putting bread on your cat, so that people think you have a walking sandwich” Facebook group.

– MIZ

Always wondered how your friends got a hold of all these fancy emoticons they keep sending you on Xmas day, or news years eve? The kind that makes you wonder “wow you’ve got a shit load of time on your hands.”

Introducing Emojicons, your one stop plot of internet emoticon heaven that could really strike a chord with your friends on the social media platform. (╯°□°)╯

Start the war by clicking here

– MIZ

Look trendy, for cheap. Real cheap.

If you’ve been following trendy beggars since 2010, you would’ve heard of Brother Sharp who was hailed the most handsome and fashionable man on street. No literally, he lived ON the street. It could’ve been those Johnny Depp eyes, or that sad vacant stare and hunger for warm food and shelter.

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But not all is lost! Sharp’s photograph moved millions in the left chest area. Now an overnight sex symbol on the Internet, Sharp is now the subject of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of donations, and even got to star in his very own movie.

With this awesome new fad catching on, who knew being a trendy beggar had its perks.

One year on, China and their random rankings have decided to proclaim Zhou Fei China’s 2012 most fashionable beggar.

Clad in a suit splashed with cologne, Zhou had made himself an online celebrity. So much so he charges a person 1 yuan for taking a picture of him, and 100 yuan for a group shot. Occupation? Professional Beggar.

– MIZ

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A friendly game of ping pong gets epic in a hurry.

-MIZ

And now, the new Leaning Tower of Pisa cliche.

– MIZ

“The machines in the distance are oil rigs, their cylindrical legs allow them to walk/float anywhere in the ocean and [they] have sucked the Earth dry like locusts. The airships aren’t an invading force, but a massive evacuation by other humans trying in vain to escape the meteor hellstorm raining down.”
– Youtuber keef70 on his masterfully After Effects’ed GoPro surf video, “Apocalypse Later, Surf Now”