Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Most Expensive Cleats


The Umbro shoes feature a total of 2,374 jewels—including over 27 carats of white diamonds, over 10 carats of sapphires and eighty-four black diamonds set in white gold on the tips of the cleats’ studs. This pair of shoes is valued at just under $220,000.

Most Expensive Lipstick ($62,000 USD)



A replica of Echaudemaison and designer Herve Van Der Straeten’s original 2005 KissKiss lipstick case, KissKiss Gold and Diamonds is aptly named. It’s made with 110g of solid 18-carat gold and 199 diamonds (2.2 carats in total). The case can even be engraved with your name or a personal message. So precious is this lipstick case that it comes with a black lacquered wooden case in which to store it. Furthermore, it includes a lip brush and black suede pouch. Thankfully, you won’t have to throw the extravagant lipstick case out when you’ve emptied it; it’s refillable.

Most expensive phone ($300,000 by Sony Ericson)

Sony Ericson Black Diamond: The price of this phone comes from actual state of the art technology instead of a bunch of shiny rocks—but that doesn’t mean it lacks visual appeal. OLED technology underneath the polycarbonate skin that covers the phones entire face gives the 4 megapixel screen a borderless look. The mirror finish gives the phone a sleek, futuristic look.

World's most expensive ice ($8 a cube - WTF?)



Gl├Ące Luxury Ice Co. is producing sphere shaped ice to replace regular ice cubes. Each 2.5” sphere is carved by hand and made with pure water to preserve the flavor of high-end drinks

World's most expensive tattoo



This is the world's most expensive tattoo and is valued at 924,000 US dollars. 8 hours was spent having 612 diamonds (.5 carats each) attached to her skin. The tattoo is worn by South African model (and brand ambassador of Shimanski Jewellers) Minki van der Westhuizen.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Most Expensive Bed Ever.

"Floating Bed" designed by Janjaap Ruijssenaars- Magnets placed in the bed push away from magnets placed beneath the floor, causing the bed to “float” in the air. This million dollar idea meets it's cost. This magnetic bed was named as one of TIME Magazine's Best Inventions of 2006
$1.6 Million USD

Friday, June 18, 2010

Most Expensive Watch


This timepiece designed and made by Chopard is festooned with three heart-shaped diamonds—a 15-carat pink diamond, a 12-carat blue diamond and an 11-carat white diamond. Then they threw in 163 carats of white and yellow diamonds. And this watch costs:
$25 million USD


Thursday, June 17, 2010

Most Expensive Soccer Ball



The ball took three months to design and is still in production. It will be the size of a standard soccer ball and will be encrusted with 6,620 white diamonds and 2,640 black diamonds, weighing approximately 4.8 lbs.
This ball is valued at..
$2.59 million USD
Sadly, people are starving with no food and have no access to clean water in the same continent it's being made and designed (Africa) Ironic, eh? :(



Most Expensive Christmas Cake




This diamond fruitcake is edible after you waste your day taking out the 223 diamonds encrusted in it. The cake is a part of a seventeen piece exihibit called "Diamonds: Nature's Miracle" And costs...
$1.65 Million USD

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Ten Things Your Zodiac Sign Hates

Aries
People that shuffle when they walk
Unreturned phone calls
Cell phones that don't work
Animals in cages
People who twitter on online chats
People who don't get right to the point
People who are lousy dancers
Late trains, planes or airplanes
People who dress too casually
Country music


Taurus
People who brag too much
Mess and disorganization
Clothing that is torn or missing buttons
Bad cooks
Being ignored in public
Public speaking
People who don't wear deodorant
Being the butt of humor or practical jokes
Not being smart or as an intellectual
Fast food


Gemini
People without a sense of humor
Not constantly being the center of attention
Broken clocks and watches
Bad wine
Shoes that you can't dance in
People who talk slowly
People that walk too slow
Pessimistic individuals
Addicted people
Broken technology

Cancer
Too much heat
Itchy wool
Having to sleep on the couch
People who show up early
People who are bad or sloppy dressers
Being criticized in any way
Violent movies
Ungrateful children
Losing their sunglasses
People who steal the spotlight


Leo
People who dress better than them
People with better cars than them
Being ignored
Being provoked to jealousy
Being too cold
Being too wet
Being forced to go to church
Being trapped inside on a sunny day
Being told to slow down
Being told they can't flirt


Virgo
People who are messy or disorganized
People who do not return calls
People who don't wear watches
People who don't do their taxes
People who don't return memos
Wasting time on Facebook
People who use bad grammar
People who swear too much
Emotional confrontations or scenes
Stand up comedians

Libra
People who tell them to turn down the music
People who look down at junk food
Litter in parks
People who steal flowers
People who are cruel to animals
People who do not return calls
One night stands
Bad haircuts
People who abuse drugs
Parents who discipline children


Scorpio
People who borrow their pen and never return it
Lovers that don't orgasm
Being made jealous by a lover
Being outshone at any task
Dining without dignity
Being the victim of gossip
Being accused of being unfaithful (even if they are)
People who are too trendy
People who claim to be psychic
Not being able to park in the handicapped space


Sagittarius
Late trains, planes, or automobiles
Not flying first class
Companions who get seasick
People who complain too much
People who are afraid to take risks
Being accused of being bad with money
People who expect them to be on time
Lost luggage
Animal abuse
Reading about human rights violations


Capricorn
People who waste money
People who ask for loans
People who do not pay back loans
People who do not discipline their children
Contractors that do not keep promises
People who leave the cap off the toothpaste
Poetry readings
Being asked to be a chauffeur
Being asked to leave the kids at home
Bad haircuts


Aquarius
People who dress in a boring way
Junk food
Talking about the past
Psychiatrists
Gossip
Those that aren't practical
People who don't pick up after their pets
A lack of loyalty
Being the third wheel to a couple
Getting their hands dirty


Pisces
Places that are too hot
Losing their sunglasses
Polluted water
People who laugh too loud
People who walk away from arguments
Alcoholics
Being denied access to grandchildren
Having to wear prescription glasses
Cars that waste energy
Slow drivers

Friday, June 4, 2010

Top 10 Weirdest Fetishes



10. Agalmatophilia is concerned with the sexual attraction to a statue, doll, mannequin or other similar figurative object.

9. Nyotaimori (female body presentation), often referred to as “body sushi,” is the practice of eating sashimi or sushi from the body of a woman, typically naked.

8. Ponyplay is a form of bondage that involves a “pony” and a rider. The pony is often outfitted with straps, a leather saddle, blinders, reins, and a bit in the mouth. The rider, sometimes utilizing either a riding crop or a whip, either gets pulled in a cart or rides the pony directly.

7. Cannibal fantasies - One very tasteful website, Muki’s Kitchen, features photographs of female models trussed up in pans filled with vegetables, and stuffed with apples and carrots in every possible orifice. Thus, erotic feeding, messy fun, bondage, gags and vaginal or anal penetration may be incorporated into this practice.

6. Unlike real necrophilia, this is actually legal (not that that’s a good thing!). It’s quite simple, actually: One partner remains quiet and still (plays dead), while the other has sex with him/her.

5. Salirophilia is a sexual fetish that involves deriving erotic pleasure from soiling or disheveling the object of one’s desire, usually an attractive person.
4. Mummification as a BDSM bondage practice involves restraining a living person’s body in a non-damaging way by wrapping it head to toe, or neck to toe, in materials like saran wrap, clingfilm, cloth, bandages, rubber strips, duct tape, plaster bandages, bodybags, or straitjackets.

3. Autopederasty is the near-impossible act of sticking one’s own fully-erect penis in one’s own rectum.There are two other, more familiar variants: Autofellatio is when a man gives himself oral sex; Then, there is Autocunnilingus, where a woman gives herself oral sex.
2. Emetophilia is also known as erotic vomiting. Erotic and vomiting have similarities: Both trigger the release of hormones that make you feel better; both are caused by stimulus; and, for men at least, both involving having fluids get forced through a tube and out of an orifice.
1. Teratophilia is the sexual attraction to deformed or monstrous people. One version of Teratophilia is acrotomophilia, sexual attraction to amputees.