Creepy Muzzle That Transforms Your Dog Into a Deadly-Looking Werewolf

Werewolf Muzzle
photo via Alexey Kurulyov

Zveryatam, an online store based in Russia, has released a creepy muzzle that transforms any ordinary dog into a deadly-looking werewolf. Fuckdown Your Emotions‘ lead guitarist Alexey Kurulyov has shared a photo of his canine wearing the unique muzzle. It is available to purchase online.

Werewolf Muzzle
image via Zveryatam

Werewolf Muzzle
image via Zveryatam

Werewolf Muzzle
image via Zveryatam

Werewolf Muzzle
image via Zveryatam

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Rowlf the Dog of The Muppets Performs a Dramatic Reading of ‘Grim Grinning Ghosts’, The Haunted Mansion Theme Song

In a recent video by Muppet Studios for the Oh My Disney blog, Rowlf the Dog performed a dramatic reading of the Disney Haunted Mansion theme “Grim Grinning Ghosts” with a goofy spirit behind him to act out each part described in the song, especially the socializing.

When the crypt doors creak and the tombstones quake
Spooks come out for a screaming wake
Happy haunts materialize and begin to vocalize
Grim grinning ghosts come out to socialize

An Enormous Cloud of Low Flying White Balloons Invade the Covent Garden Market Building in London

French artist Charles Pétillon has created “Heartbeat“, a stunning installation that features an enormous cloud of low-flying white balloons that seemingly invaded the Covent Garden Market Building in London before coming to a halt and taking its place, hanging delicately over shoppers. According to the artist, the balloons represent change in perspective.

The balloon invasions I create are metaphors. Their goal is to change the way in which we see the things we live alongside each day without really noticing them. With Heartbeat I wanted to represent the Market Building as the beating heart of this area – connecting its past with the present day to allow visitors to re-examine its role at the heart of London’s life. Each balloon has its own dimensions and yet is part of a giant but fragile composition that creates a floating cloud above the energy of the market below. This fragility is represented by contrasting materials and also the whiteness of the balloons that move and pulse appearing as alive and vibrant as the area itself.

The installation, Pétillon’s largest to date, will remain on display through September 27, 2015.


A look behind the scenes of the installation.

via designboom

Rage Room, A Facility in Toronto Where People Can Relieve Stress and Anxiety by Destroying Breakable Items

The Rage Room is a special facility at Battle Sport Inc. in Toronto, Ontario where people can relieve their stress, anxiety, and unbridled rage by shattering “breakable items, and unleash an unrelenting wave of destruction!” Finding and booking a time slot for some cost effective anger management is available on their website.

The Battle Sports Rage Room is one of the most cost effective (and unique) alternatives for stress relief. Aristotle believed in the concept of catharsis. Freud also believed that letting out negative feelings reduced aggression. Aggressive sports such as kickboxing are known to relieve stress and leave participants more in control of their emotions and anger. No matter your background or walk of life, everybody is susceptible to anger, and the Rage Room is a great way to manage that anger.

What You Get:

$20 gets you 30 mins in the Rage Room with the following items below and we have a Rage Room Smash Menu for you to check out.

Rage room

Rage room

images via Battle Sports Inc.

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A Lone Marmot Sits Upright to Emit Ear Piercing Screams Atop a Mountain in British Columbia

A lone marmot climbed atop a wooden fence on Blackcomb Peak near Whistler, British Columbia, sat upright and let out a couple of ear piercing screams. The mountain-dwelling squirrel probably wanted to warn others that the humans of Lone Goat Soap were nearby and filming.

Alpine marmots emit variable alarm calls when they encounter humans, dogs, and several species of aerial predators. The first part of the study involved observations and manipulations designed to document contextual variation in alarm calls. Alarm calls varied along several acoustic parameters, but only along one that we examined, the number of notes per call, was significantly correlated with the type of external stimulus.

YouTuber Homar Sánchez has created a couple of amusing mashups that incorporate the “screaming marmot” footage.

via Nothing To Do With Arbroath

Beatboxing Saxophonist Flawlessly Performs the Prelude to ‘Bach Cello Suite No. 1’ Inside an Empty Warehouse

Derek Brown, a talented saxophonist with beatboxing skills, performed a flawless version of the Prelude to “Bach Cello Suite No. 1 in G major” inside the empty Lucky Buck warehouse in Hillsdale, Michigan, somehow making his tenor horn sound just like a stringed instrument. Brown, who also goes by the name BEATBoX SAX, offers online tutorials, thoroughly explaining his techniques in depth.

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