Mind The Gap 2

It’s no secret that men find more than just our boobs intriguing. One such thing that seems to get them foaming at the mouth is the ever-elusive, thigh gap. It must be said though, that because all girls are built differently, it’s almost impossible for some to get this thigh gap – it’s got to do with how wide your hips are and at what angle your leg is rotated out at the hip (or something like that)… this is why guys go so crazy over it – it’s like seeing a mystical unicorn or finding underwear that doesn’t cramp their balls. Either way, it’s hot. So here is a gallery for you to feast your eyes upon:

UFO’s Seen From International Space Station (video)

space station

Real? Or fake? I’m not sure, but whatever it is, it’s hauling ass across the globe. The video already has over 400 000 views and, as you can imagine, the debate between believers and non-believers rages on in true youtube comment style.

Here you go, make up your own mind:

*UPDATE: It looks like the video has been removed by the user… suspicious, or maybe not… who knows really. Let me say one thing though – the video was creepy either way :/

Fresh Prince Rap Put Through Google Translate

In the geekiest experiment ever, CDZA co-founder Joe Sabia shows us what happens when we translate the lyrics of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air through every language in Google Translate (64 times), and then taking what remains and translating it BACK into English.

Featuring Jeremie Harris as Will Smith.

Technically speaking, all but the first verse were translated. The lyrics were translated from English to the world’s most spoken language (Mandarin), to the second most (Spanish), to the third most, to the fourth most, ETC, putting all 64 languages in order by finding the demographic population size on every language on Wikipedia.

Fun facts:
The last translation we put it through was “Esperanto”, because apparently, only 10,000 people speak it.
No one has an official language of “Latin”, but we had to assume a lot of people are still able to speak it. So that was a bit ambiguous.
Proper Nouns never really changed. Neither did numbers, as you can tell in the last stanza, “7,8”.
We have no idea why we did this.