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17 Delicious Ways To Eat A Creme Egg

1. Creme Egg Donuts.

Get the recipe here.

2. Creme Egg Brownies.

Get the recipe here.

3. Creme Egg Pudding.

Get the recipe here.

4. Homemade Creme Eggs.

Get the recipe here.

5. Dip Toasted Brioche In A Creme Egg.


Get the recipe here.

6. Deep Fried Creme Eggs.

Originally created by Martyn Bilby.

7. Creme Egg Cupcakes.

Made by the team at Zoey Cakes.

8. Creme Eggs Benedict.

Get the recipe here.

9. Creme Egg Salad Sandwich.

Don’t worry – the bread is cake. Get the recipe here.

10. Creme Egg Toastie.

11. Creme Egg Foo Young.

Get the recipe here.

12. Creme Egg and Bacon Rolls.

Get the recipe here.

13. Creme Egg Cocktail

Get the recipe here.

14. Creme Egg Chocolate Hearts.

 Get the recipe here.

15. Creme Egg Milkshake.

Get the recipe here.

16. Creme Egg Cookies.

Get the recipe here.

17. Creme Egg pie.

YVRBCbro Flickr: 29229401@N05 / Via Creative Commons

Get the recipe here.

 Source: Buzzfeed

An Awesome Collection of Historical Artifacts

Elephant armour from 17th century (India). It’s composed of 5,840 plates and weighs 118kg

 Joyeuse – Charlemagne’s personal sword

 Armor of George Clifford (1558–1605)

Throne of Charlemagne in Aachen. Until 1531, it served as the coronation throne the Kings of Germany, being used at a total of thirty-one coronations.

Sword with inlaid openwork hilt, Spring and Autumn period (770–476 BCE, excavated at Taigongmiao village, Yangjiagou in Baoji, Shaanxi, 1978)

 Codex Gigas, so called “Devil’s Bible”. According to the legend, Lucifer himself helped in its creation. (Early 13th century – more info)

 Galileo’s original telescope

 Al-Ma’thur, one of the nine swords of prophet Muhammad

 Michelangelo’s Handwritten 16th-Century Grocery List

 Bows, Arrows and Quiver from Genghis Khan’s army.

 A yak-haired kawari kabuto in the shape of a fierce-looking but protective horned Oni demon head Japan 17th-18th century CE

 The Kabwe skull – 125,000 – 300,000 year old fossilized skull of an extinct human species found in 1921, near the town of Kabwe in Zambia.

 Roman gladiator helmet discovered in Pompeii (79 AD)

 Perfumes used by the family of Emperor Nicholas II

 Helmet of King James II (17th century)

 Military Uniform of China’s Emperor Qianlong 1736-1796

 Helmet from Gusoku-type armor, c. 17th C Japan

 The Longsword of Emperor Maximilan I. Gold, Steel, Silver & Mother of Pearl. This Sword Represents the Zenith of the Sword Maker’s Art in Renaissance Europe.

 Burmese bronze ‘dragon’ cannon, 1790

 Armored woman’s dress from Austria c. 1600

 Plague doctor mask (The nose cone was filled with strong smelling herbs)

 Bronze Spartan shield conquered, as the inscription punched on it reveals, from the Spartans at the victory of Pylos in 425 BC. Ancient Agora Museum in Athens, around 510 BC

 Universal tool. Nuremberg, from 1560 to 1570

 A chefs hat recovered from the Titanic’s wreck

 Anglo-Saxon Burial Mask, from around 1,400 years ago

 “A Rebel and a Yankee bullet met midway, each speeding its way at about the same velocity” – a bullet rosette from the American Civil War

 Queen’s pet gazelle was readied for eternity with the same lavish care as a member of the royal family. In fine, blue-trimmed bandages and a custom-made wooden coffin, it accompanied its owner to the grave in about 945 B.C.

 500 year old fox shaped armor of Emperor Charles V

 Mayan pipe (AD 900-1500)

 A set of German playing cards from 1430

 Victim of Waldemar Atterdags invasion of Visby (Sweden) in 1361

 Inky paw prints left by a cat on a 15th century manuscript

15 Super Strange Pairs Of Leggings

Not all leggings are created equal.. some are just weird. Here are some of the strangest out there (and yes, you can actually buy them!)



You like leggings, don’t you Squidward?


Cat Face


To be honest, I don’t want that cat face staring at me.




Small preference, but I think girls look better without exposed muscles on the lower part of their bodies.




I like pizza more than anyone, and legs are pretty amazing, but I don’t think I can get into a girl who looks like greasy, melted cheese.




Again, the mouth placement is weirding me out.




There’s leggings for ALL the houses, but ug… Hufflepuff.


Disney princess


Ariel is a little too close to the dinglehopper.


Doctor Who


This is the one that girls in the comments will say “OMG I want that!”


Angry Birds


People still like this Angry Birds I guess?


Angry Bread


This one is called “angry bread,” and it’s a huge angry piece of bread, and you are supposed to wear it out in public on your lap.


Finn and Jake


“My legs are an adventure.”




Finally, leggings that look like they make girl-armor look in video games.


Grumpy Cat


I really like Grumpy Cat, so I approve of this one.


Iron Man


RDJ’s mouth…yikes.




It’s cool to love leggings, and it’s cool to love Jesus, but maaaaaaybe these things shouldn’t overlap.


Source: smosh

31 DIY Projects For An Awesome Backyard…

1. Set up a movie theater.

Directions here.

2. Plant a bunch of these giant allium flowers.

They’re also called truffula flowers, inspired by Dr. Seuss.

3. Build a super-simple tree house.

Get the directions here.

4. Add a beer cooler to your patio table.

Get the directions here.

5. Drill holes in your fence and fill with marbles.

They’ll catch the light on a sunny day.

6. Turn an old bunk bed into a stargazing loft retreat.

7. Make a giant Scrabble set.

Get the directions here.

8. Build a fire pit.

Directions here.

Here’s a very cool personal fire pit you can make for less than $25.

Get the full tutorial here.

Perfect for s’mores night.

9. Build a giant hammock swing.

Get the directions here.

10. Light up some wine bottle tiki torches for a nighttime party.

Get the full tutorial here.

11. Build a backyard beach.

This one cost $200 to make and took up 100 square feet of space.

12. Sprout a sofa.

Get the directions here.

13. Go camping in your own backyard.

Turn the tent into a pillow-filled reading nook.

14. Replace the diving board with a trampoline.

15. Build a teepee.

Get directions here.

16. Make these simple tables out of $30 whiskey barrels.

Home Depot sells the whiskey barrels for $30, and Bed Bath and Beyond sells the glass tops for $9. Get the directions here.

17. Upcycle tires to make a jungle gym.

18. Build a simple gazebo.

Get the full instructions here.

20. Make an outdoor shower by connecting a hose.

Get more information here.

21. Make a simple canopy by stringing a rope between two trees and hanging sheets off of it.

22. Build a backyard pizza oven.

Get the tutorial here.

23. Construct this simple bar for outside entertaining.

Get the directions here.

24. Build a stove for an outdoor kitchen with this Ikea hack.

Get the directions here.

25. Put in a porch bed.

Get more details here.

26. Spray-paint a lawn Twister game.

Get the directions here.

27. Fashion an amazing set of speakers using wooden salad bowls.

Get the full instructions here.

28. A wooden pallet sectional is easy to put together and provides lots of extra seating for outdoor parties.

29. Create an outdoor art haven by mounting a giant chalkboard against the fence.

Get more details here.

30. Build a small outdoor greenhouse out of reclaimed storm windows.

Get the directions here.

31. Make little hideouts of hula hoops and shower curtains.

Get the directions here.

Source: Buzzfeed

12 Interesting Medical Procedures Then And Now

Left- Woman with an artificial leg, too embarrassed to show her face c. 1890 – 1900. Right- Sarah Reinertsen “born 22 May 1975″ is an American triathlete and former Paralympic track athlete. She was born with proximal femoral focal deficiency, a bone-growth disorder, her affected leg was amputated above the knee at age seven.

Left-The corset has been an important article of clothing for several centuries, evolving as fashion trends have changed. Women, as well as some men, have used it to change the appearance of their bodies. Right- Nowadays if you want to reduce the size of your body liposuction is the way to go

Left- Dentistry in Ancient Egypt. Right- Modern dentures


Left- Early anesthetics were soporifics, which dull the senses and induce sleep, or narcotics. These included opium, mandrake, jimsonweed, marijuana, alcohol and belladonna. Native American societies such as the Incas chewed coca leaves from which cocaine is derived. Right- Drugs given to induce or maintain general anaesthesia can be either as gases or vapours, or as injections. It is possible to deliver anaesthesia solely by inhalation or injection, but most commonly the two forms are combined, with an injection given to induce anaesthesia and a gas used to maintain it.

Left- Claude Beck’s early defibrillator. Right- An implantable cardioverter-defibrillator “ICD” is a small battery-powered electrical impulse generator that is implanted in patients who are at risk of sudden cardiac death due to ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia. The device is programmed to detect cardiac arrhythmia and correct it by delivering a brief electrical impulse to the heart.

Left- Wooden prosthetic hand, c. 1800. Right- The bebionic B3 prosthetic hand receives signals from muscle twitches in your upper arm. These inputs can perform a range of motions that let you do things like hold a mouse, shake hands and write your name.

Left- Selection of some items used to disguise facial injuries. Early plastic surgery. Right- Ultra-realistic prosthetics. Doctors sculpt each feature in wax and mould into latex noses, teeth or ears.

Left- Blood transfusion bottle, England 1978. Right- Disposable blood bag made of PVC

Left- Antique prosthetic leg. Right- C-Leg, Leg Prosthesis from Otto Bock. A completely microprocessor-controlled leg prosthesis system that helps people who have undergone transfemoral amputation to achieve a new degree of safety and dynamics.

Left- US Civil War surgeon’s kit. Right- U.S. Navy Surgeons and Hospital Corpsman, assigned to the Surgical-Shock Trauma Platoon “SSTP” at Camp Taqaddum, Iraq, operate on a Marine.

Left- “Walter Reed physiotherapy story.” Burdick Cabinet “Radio-Vitant ray” therapy for mentally ill. 1920′s. Right- A common form of treatment for many mental disorders is psychotherapy. And today there many different medications to treat a range of mental disorders.

Left- Obstetric phantom, Italy 1700-1800. Tool to teach medical students and midwives about childbirth. Right- Obstetric phantom, USA 2010-2014. Tool to teach medical students and midwives about childbirth.