The most of people give their destroyed in accidents cars for junk yard. But there are the ones who can change them into masterpieces. German artist Dirk Skreber, who had his own exhibition in New York art gallery, can be the example of the one who does stuff like that:
Bear Grylls' menu
Bear Grylls eats many strange stuff in his Man vs Wild show. Here are a few of disgusting 'dishes' from his survival menu:
Kiev's sumps protection
Since over three years hatches of sumps on a street in Kiev have been secured whatever it may be. The original hatches probably have been sold to scrap-heap long time ago and nobody is willing to put new ones in.
Here we have a couple of methods to secure sumps without using original hatches:
A photographer, who had an amazing collection of Nikon cameras, had argued with his girlfriend, who decided to take revenge on him. Her vengeance looked like that:
Thunder hits car antenna
On a bypass near Surgut town in Russia a thunder hit a car antenna and went through a wheel. Fortunately, no one beside a car was injured during this event.
How to astonish a supermarket cashier
If you are bored of a supermarket shopping and you'd like to see surprised face of poor, unsuspecting cashier, put only the same color products in your basket. And it's even better if you invite couple of your friends to do the same. Imagine the expression of a cashier when she/he sees six customers with those baskets:
Sand penises' chick admirers
Little girls like to mold sandcastles. And what do big girls like to mold? Big girls have other interests so they mold something completely different.
An absurd lettering on a shirt
At first glance, it's a shirt with an absurd lettering, probably in some strange language. But in a moment you'll see that appearances are deceptive.
Because if someone piss you off, it only takes a minor movement to make this inscription 'deeply' meaningful.
That's a lucky bastard!
As everyone knows, drivers of Matiz cars are fearless and there is no obstruction they could take. But there is always something against the grain and even Matiz can be stopped.
It's hard to believe that a driver got out of this scot-free.
Why did he do that?
We don't know if the owner of this Aston Martin decided to emphasise his individuality or it's just an act of vandalism.
No matter what the circumstances are, the question is - why?