Suspend the feeling of utter disbelief when you see this. Its actually real. It’s a proper, I hesitate to say, “sport” in Finland where some 10,000 girls are doing it. There’s even a national championship. Plus BBC reported on it – you can’t doubt the BBC! It is however quite bizarre, you can’t argue with that.

Hobbyhorsing in Finland

Hobbyhorsing in Finland

World, behold the wonder that is hobbyhorsing. There’s even a documentary about it.

via: Sheila Chipperfield Jnr

So, one day you decide to put a Go Pro camera into the water bucket and leave it to see if any animals will come to drink from it. Of course they come and the resulting video really made my day. The video was made by an interesting John Wells from The Field Lab also known as the Southwest Texas Alternative Energy And Sustainable Living Field Laboratory.

via: Geekologie

Need some coffee? I doubt this will help you quench your thirst, but it’s oddly soothing to watch. Finnish family owned company Paulig has been roasting coffee since 1876, so they know what they’re doing. They’ve teamed up with filmmaker Lucas Zanotto to create this mesmerizing clip. You won’t be able to stop watching it. Too bad we can’t actually taste it as well.

via: the awesomer

Saturdays in Ljubljana are always packed with people. This Saturday was no different but it had an additional twist. It was Earth Day. Even though there are many events to celebrate it every year, one stands out. The city divers yearly sweep of the Ljubljanica river. It’s important to stress one thing: they do this every year, so the pile of garbage on the photos is at most one year old. Hopefully every passerby thought about that.

There was another nice gesture by the city that caught our eye. Ljubljana tourism office decided to give away potted herbs. We walked away with a pretty sage plant. Hopefully you found something for yourself as well if you happened to walk by.

All in all it was a great spring Saturday. We can’t wait for the next one. What about you?

This is the line of 15,524 dominoes made by a professional domino artist Hevesh5 and in this video you’ll see the fall. You don’t have to click play just now if you don’t have the time, beacuse it lasts for five (!!!) minutes. Maybe save the link for an extra boring day 🙂

You know the internet is full of wonders. Great and not so great. I found these KUSA Grass Thongs by Yashin™. Yes, flip flops with a layer of fake grass on the soles to get the sensation of walking barefoot on grass.

Good idea? Bad idea? Decide for yourself, but I think I’ll just stick to my old flip flops and go barefoot only when I’ll want to.

Kusa flip flops

I’m sure most of you know a tiny hamster video series by now, since the first one, when a tiny hamster Bogart eats burritos, went insanely viral in 2014. Denizen, the creative firm that produces the videos and Joseph Matsushima and Joel Jensen, the creative duo behind the project didn’t stop since. They are posting one video a month, setting hamsters in different human situations. And I can’t get enough of it. Watching a tiny hamster with a tiny hat, sitting behind a tiny table, in front of a tiny plate, eating a tiny cake, with a tiny … oh, you get the picture… And then his cute little friends come along… Well, if anything, it’s procrastinating at it’s finest…

Hamster eating cake

My favourite just has to be a tiny birthday for a tiny hedgehog, but this is their latest creation, and it’s still as cute as a tiny hamster eating tiny human food can be.

All I can say is: thank you internet!

If the super simple easter eggs for super lazy people, were to simple for you, I found some great fun inspirations and tutorials for pimping up easter eggs. Some of them are a little more complicated, but I’m sure there’s nothing you can’t accomplish if you set your mind to it, right? Enjoy!

1. Sprinkle easter eggs DIY 2. Dye-ving dudes (haha, so clever) 3. Easter eggs mix & match sculptures 4. Sharpie doodle eggs 5. Natural brown easter eggs 6. Dip dyed easter egg with attitude 7. Egg dyeing: thumbprints technique