Watch Out, Sledding Behind a Fighter Jet

This video allegedly shows three men on sleds being towed by a Swedish Air Force fighter jet. As it prudently warns at the end, don’t try this at home with your own jet.Slede

Royal Engagements Gallery

This is a collection of royal engagements pictures. It includes the royal engagements from various Princes and future Princesses some of whom later became Kings and Queens. The weddings were very royal affairs.

Engagement of Victoria, Princess Royal to Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia in 1855


Engagement of Victoria, Princess Royal to Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia in 1855


Engagement of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1862


Engagement of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1862


Engagement of The Duke of York and Princess Victoria Mary of Teck in 1893


Engagement of Princess Maud of Wales and Prince Charles of Denmark, 1896


Engagement of Prince Albert, Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes Lyon, 1923


Engagement of Princess Elizabeth and Lt Philip Mountbatten, 1947


Engagement of Princess Elizabeth and Lt Philip Mountbatten, 1947


Engagement of Princess Elizabeth and Lt Philip Mountbatten, 1947


Engagement of The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, 1972


Engagement of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Philips, 1973


Engagement of The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer, 1981


Engagement of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, 1986


Engagement of Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones, 1999


Engagement of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, 2005


Official engagement photograph of Prince William and Catherine Middleton taken by photographer Mario Testino on 25th November 2010 in the State Apartments of St. James’s Palace

Twelve Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The Movie Home Alone

Home Alone is one of the best Christmas movies ever made. Here are 12 things you probably didn't know about the movie Home Alone.

1. The picture Kevin finds of Buzz's girlfriend was actually a picture of a boy made up to look like a girl because the director thought it would be too cruel to make fun of a girl like that.


2. The role of Uncle Frank was written for Kelsey Grammer.


3. There is a legend that Elvis Presley (who died in 1977) made a cameo in the movie. Many of those who believe that Elvis is still alive maintain that, the heavily bearded man standing in the background of the scene where Mrs. MacCallister is shouting at the desk clerk (just before she meets John Candy) is Elvis.

Home Alone is one of the best Christmas movies ever made. Here are 12 things you probably didn't know about the movie Home Alone.

1. The picture Kevin finds of Buzz's girlfriend was actually a picture of a boy made up to look like a girl because the director thought it would be too cruel to make fun of a girl like that.


2. The role of Uncle Frank was written for Kelsey Grammer.


3. There is a legend that Elvis Presley (who died in 1977) made a cameo in the movie. Many of those who believe that Elvis is still alive maintain that, the heavily bearded man standing in the background of the scene where Mrs. MacCallister is shouting at the desk clerk (just before she meets John Candy) is Elvis.




4. The issue of Playboy that Kevin finds in Buzz's room is from July 1989 with Erika Eleniak as Miss July.


5. The “evil furnace” in the basement was done by two guys with fishing line and flashlights.


6. Robert De Niro turned down the role of Harry.


7. Angels with Filthy Souls is a fictional gangster film and was made specifically for the film. There is also a sequel to the film, Angels with Even Filthier Souls, in the sequel.


8. The Talkboy was originally conceived as a non-working prop for Home Alone, used by Macaulay Culkin's character. In 1993 it was made into a retail version, brought on by a massive letter-writing campaign by young fans of the film.


9. John Candy filmed his part in only 1 day, albeit an extremely long 23-hour day. The story about having once forgotten his son at a funeral home was entirely improvised. His part is obviously inspired by the character he played in Planes, Trains & Automobiles.


10. In the scene where Harry bites Kevin's finger, Joe Pesci actually bit Macaulay Culkin, leaving a scar on his finger.


11. The concept for the movie originated during the filming of a scene in Uncle Buck when Macaulay Culkin interrogated a would-be-babysitter through a letterbox.


12. Daniel Stern agreed to have the tarantula put on his face for exactly one take. He had to mime screaming because the noise would have scared the spider, and the scream was dubbed in later.




4. The issue of Playboy that Kevin finds in Buzz's room is from July 1989 with Erika Eleniak as Miss July.


5. The “evil furnace” in the basement was done by two guys with fishing line and flashlights.


6. Robert De Niro turned down the role of Harry.


7. Angels with Filthy Souls is a fictional gangster film and was made specifically for the film. There is also a sequel to the film, Angels with Even Filthier Souls, in the sequel.


8. The Talkboy was originally conceived as a non-working prop for Home Alone, used by Macaulay Culkin's character. In 1993 it was made into a retail version, brought on by a massive letter-writing campaign by young fans of the film.


9. John Candy filmed his part in only 1 day, albeit an extremely long 23-hour day. The story about having once forgotten his son at a funeral home was entirely improvised. His part is obviously inspired by the character he played in Planes, Trains & Automobiles.


10. In the scene where Harry bites Kevin's finger, Joe Pesci actually bit Macaulay Culkin, leaving a scar on his finger.


11. The concept for the movie originated during the filming of a scene in Uncle Buck when Macaulay Culkin interrogated a would-be-babysitter through a letterbox.


12. Daniel Stern agreed to have the tarantula put on his face for exactly one take. He had to mime screaming because the noise would have scared the spider, and the scream was dubbed in later.

See Hello Kitty Maternity Hospital

The first ever Hello Kitty-themed maternity hospital has opened in Taiwan with the aim of easing the stress of childbirth with images of the popular cartoon character.

At the Hello Kitty Maternity Hospital, newborns get everything Hello Kitty imaginable including: a set of whiskers, pink or blue receiving blankets, nurses dressed in pink uniforms with kitty-themed aprons, kitty-themed linen and room d├ęcor.









Check Out, Mr. T Impersonators

These are some guys, even dogs, and little boys dressed up like Mr. T. All of them, except for the dogs of course, look somewhat like the star of the A Team. If imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery, Mr. T should be proud.