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Nobody steals a march on us.
Sometimes the alternative is too horrible to contemplate.
Presumably lots of action around the village pond at midnight.
A path of military splendor.
But, if you don't mind, who exactly are the slippery?
Things could grow complicated if the law asked for a fixed address.
But lovers were too busy to notice the sign...
We are law-abiding citizens but there must be exceptions.
You've got to believe Todd Hausman.
From when Wade the Giant scooped up earth to throw at his wife
Waiting for her to stall and come crashing to the ground.
A little beach in the Far East for not such a little name in the Far West.
Perhaps the surveyor had a prophecy of what was coming.
Worrying about what could be happening in the fortune cookie business.
We suspect there may be something behind these roads popping up...
Crawls Not Up
03.13.15
Irritated animals are waiting for you.
Be careful about what you show to these snipers.
From a radio program to the middle of nowhere.
Imagine bumping into that thing when dining in a restaurant.
Clearly, this man is worked up about something.
We don’t want you coming to a sticky end.
All ways lead to Texas.
But absolutely nothing to do with positions on the table.
Every time I come here I'm overwhelmed.
That's what happens when you need a train to stop at your place.
We'll try our best to be polite.
If you're Boring, look for Bland and Dull friends...
This village has been confused about itself for a long time.
Do you see here plenty of people with odd interests?
Make peace not war and stop exchanging those kind of blows.
A plot of bovine proportions.
We suggest you don't drop by here.
Do you think they fought so much they didn't get around to making babies?
These Swedish children are not spawning, but some of them look already quite badly affected.
We guess they don’t have a Kentucky yet.
Cross or very cross cats here.
Do your best not to tease the locals. Just in case.
This Spanish town in the province of Seville is not what we would define as a tourist hotspot.
If you send them a donation you'll be welcome anytime for a visit.
We wonder if this sign in Michigan pretends to show us the way to Transylvania.
In this story you'll spot a very clear silver lining.
Maybe not so stupid, just in the wrong place at the wrong time.
If it had been a crossroad they might have called it "Mad".
You'll still have to sit down even if you take out the "h".
It still sounds like a smart place to put your money.
We don’t advise going further when enjoying the sunshine with your top off.
What will you do if you find them on your engine... or on your bed?
On our way to our heavenly bonanza.
From a time when all you needed was a crack to slip through.
We have absolutely nothing against seniors, but...
Perhaps just a polite request to stick to biscuits.
As a matter of fact, it could just be a viewpoint.
Every square inch here is precious.
Crooks beware! Police talking here.
The new caste of kings and queens of Europe.
Embraceable you.
Be careful! Little girls in Warsaw are demanding bigger lollipops.
There is every indication that this part of Kentucky is hardly vegetarian.
Fiery conquistadores with a taste for a vigorous approach.
Day and night-time entertainment in County Donegal.
Just 440 yards long, this street is a haven for backpackers and a inexhaustible source of excitement on a daily basis.
You better stop in the name of law.
Laughing gas over our heads.
Could it be a escaped furry creature from Beaver Island?
We don’t recommend you try stealing this sign.
How did they get their satnavs so horribly wrong?
After WWII, Berlin became a bone of contention between the Eastern and Western Blocs. The Communist government of the GDR finally decided to shut West Berlin up.
You'll have a nice crocodile to gently stop you if your wheelchair's brakes fail.
Sometime in the 1930’s a local historian decided it would be a nice idea to carve some faces in Mount Rushmore and get some tourists in.
These kind of things happen when out-of-towners irritate natives.
Put on your skates if you want to prepare a delicious omelette for two dozen people from a single egg.
Please, refrain from dragging your children around supermarkets.
Hold on to your clothes before you ask.
Caring for Danish women's shoes.
The frill-necked lizard gets its name from the flap of skin around its neck that it deploys to appear bigger and more threatening to its enemies.
Maybe it's time for a serious rethink of this pedestrian system.
Those kind of things can happen when you don't flush your canals.
Thank you everybody. And have a hugely Merry Christmas!
Leave that beer and come here. It's time to gather for a giggle.
In search of an adrenalin rush.
Mulholland Drive is a long Hollywood road that attracts stars and inspires films.
Hej, dude, don't look for privacy here!
Or just planning to run 40 laps around the council swimming pool.
It's just a guess, but there might be a divorce court nearby.
A Canadian town very fond of rowing competitions.
Be careful! They just can't afford to lose another waiter.
The first American bourbon was produced in 1789, the same year than the French Revolution broke out.
Calling All Pros
12.12.14
Couldn't they just be suggesting a dress code for the evening?
Not sure if they wanted to tell us about the zoo.
Why would this pal want us to know he was out visiting?
Somebody needs to talk to this fish directly.
Probably Joseph E. wouldn't be so amused to watch his Gay Parade.
Why is it taking so long for electrical cars to become reality? Now it seems like the governments have woken up to save the planet.
Not as stupid as you might think.
A Messy Business
12.03.14
Couldn't it just be a confusion due to an unusually cold winter?
Virginia Legend
12.03.14
No words to describe the 'no words'.
A job well done by a successful engineer.
This is the end. For the better or for the worse.
A considered recommendation by a Chinese factory manager.
Once upon a time the chief's wife changed her horse for a car.
Why would walking cause Japanese people to catch fire?
Antonio Carlos Jobim would have this stunning Rio beach as his starting point to become one of the greatest musicians of his time.
Pray Be Seated
11.27.14
There are times when it may be safer to stand on the loo.
I Love My Pussy
11.27.14
An ancient mountain village in France with a peculiar name.
Friendly train conductors helping schoolgirls win fishing competitions in the Tokyo subway.
The residents of this road had to change its name, because they didn't like being butted.
Strange things can happen when you wikieup and find yourself in Arizona.
Tokyo Cat Show
11.25.14
Tuck your cat's tail under your armpit if you don't want to have an accident!
This is just a future event that never happened.
Let's create a lovely electric atmosphere.
This is what happens when you pedal flat-out at railway lines.
People in Dorset... oh they love their pigs so much!
New York City has a quiet, green oasis in the heart of Manhattan. A haven of peace iconic because of its frequent use in movies.
Indian Club Soda
11.21.14
Just a sparkling stop along the road.
Drink responsibly.
Perhaps the person in the picture is skydiving from a foot above the water...
Careful! You might see some of those small creatures prowling around here.
Watch Your Head!
11.17.14
A miniature island with one of the most spectacular airports in the world.
World Wide Weed
11.14.14
Marijuana has been stirring things up since prehistoric times. Should we love it or hate it?
The Haight-Ashbury neighborhood in San Francisco and its contribution to hippie culture.
Route 66 is not only a mythical road. It has also had a profound impact on the popular culture in the United States.
Why did Canada adopt the maple leaf to represent the country?
From a settlement bought from local Amerindians in 1638 to one of the trendiest districts in New York City. But times weren't always so sweet in Williamsburg.
Dung beetles are sometimes smaller than your fingernail, but they are able to shift more than a 1,000 times their own body weight.
Interstate 90 is a 3,103 miles long highway that traverses the US all the way from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean.
One with Nature
11.05.14
FKK is a German movement whose origin dates back to 1898. It follows naturism and nudism as a way of life.
It was one of the passages between East and West Berlin. The Glienicke Bridge became the chosen site for prisoner exchanges between the KGB and the CIA from 1961-1986.
For many, it's the king among the spectacular collection of peculiar indigenous creatures that Australia has. Twenty million of them bounce around in the continent.
Kafka’s Prague
10.31.14
The experiences of the writer in his hometown left a deep imprint on his work.
After acquiring a chunk of land from France in 1803, President Thomas Jefferson decided to fund an expedition to find out exactly what he had bought. Well, in any case he got us a national park.
Nowadays Ginza is one of the most upscale districts of Tokyo. But it wasn't always like that.
I’m All Ears
10.31.14
We know that high levels of noise aren't good for us. But how does noise more specifically impact on human health?
Cambodia is a country scarred by a series of armed conflicts in the last century. One of the lasting consequences is the presence of undetonated landmines scattered all over it.
In that case, how often did they have shows? Is it still on? Can you get tickets on internet?
Piazza San Marco is definitely the highlight of the “floating city” and a true icon of Italy.
Canada is a small country in terms of population but huge in area. It combines endless expanses of tundra, prairies and mountains with global cities.
As the birthplace of jazz, New Orleans offers some of America’s richest musical heritage.
Popularly known as the Main Street of America or Mother Road, Route 66 symbolizes the American roadway.
You've been driving for hours on the highway and you really want to come home.
You'll maybe be tempted to believe that we are making things up, but these places' names are as real as it gets.
This thriving hub of culture, food, art, nightlife and tourism has welcomed huge numbers of migrants from all over the world since its founding.
We know that Franklin, Salem, Washington, Springfield and Clinton are the most common names for places in the United States. But here we concentrate just on the opposite.
Roads are not only a critical element of any country's transportation infrastructure, but obstacles that animals need to overcome to survive.
This young nation has been divided for much of its history, but today its people are more united than many of their neighbors.
This beautiful city is a prime example of the low-key American Midwest, but it also displays the heritage of its many immigrant communities.
A network of motorways to connect Americans from one end of the continent to the other.
After its founding as a tiny trading post, Toronto has become a world metropolis with a fascinating mix of cultures.
The capital of Germany has been many things, and it's still a great center of history. But Berlin is also nightlife and music.
Once upon a time there was an universal language: Esperanto. Now there's a new one and it's called English. But that has its consequences...
A paradise for tourists and travelers of all kinds, the capital of the United Kingdom is Europe’s largest city and a powerhouse of culture, finance and fashion.
The Greeks created the Olympic Games as a religious festival. Thousands of years later, in 1896, the concept was re-established with the celebration of the first modern Games, also in Greece.
Right from its founding, Los Angeles has been a city of migrants, but it has an identity of its own.
New York is a city of cities, a limitless metropolis where skyscrapers chase the skies and merge with the water.
They are the most precious members of our society, but also the most vulnerable.
They know that it's going to be your first impression so they usually make a lot of efforts not to disappoint you. But each one has its own way to do it.
This unmistakable city is a floating miracle, a wonder to be experienced at least once in a lifetime.
Montreal is the nearest you'll come to Europe in the Americas, a proud and vibrant city with a very distinct culture.
The United Kingdom is a dense and multicultural country, home to some of the most recognizable icons in the world.
Sweden is a land of innovation and inspiration, combining endless expanses of wilderness with state-of-the-art technology.
The Ostrich Festival has grown to the point that it is now widely regarded as one of the most important festival throughout the entire Southwest region.
Not long ago, it was the only city within the British Empire that could rival London. It was here that the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States were drawn up.
Modern Japan is fast paced and orderly, but there's also a quiet, timeless thread that connect the modern Japanese people with their ancestors.
Most American live on streets with designations that we recognize without hesitation, but you always find exceptions that make you raise your eyebrow.
Peace is the dream everybody shares when violence breaks out.
Future and past meet here. The French capital lives really up to its fame as the obvious place for a culture romantic.
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