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Op deze pagina vind je een overzicht van de bekende en minder bekende Buitenlandse Blogs waaronder Lifehacker, Ned Hardy, Uproxx, Oddity Central, The Daily Dot, Bits and Pieces, Busted Coverage, Klyker Picdumps, Acid Cow, Linkiest, Mother Jones, Messy Nessy Chic, Barnorama, Thrill Blender, Awkward Family Photo’s en Video’s that Suck. Het merendeel van de Blogs is in het Engels, maar je komt op de blogpagina overzichten ook Duitse, Zweedse of anderstalige blogs tegen.



  • How Soon Is Too Soon for Couples Therapy?
    You’ve been dating a pretty great person for a few months, but there’s just one problem—when you aren’t snuggling and getting along, you’re pushing each other’s buttons, resulting in some big flare-ups. This person has many wonderful qualities and you can see a future with them, so you don’t want... Read more »
  • The Best Apps for Splitting the Check
    One of the simplest joys in life is going out to dinner with friends. That is, of course, until the bill comes. All conversation now must turn to how much money each person owes for the loaded potato wedges and fried pickles the table shared. You’re in the mood for... Read more »
  • The Best Way to Respond When Someone Insults You
    Chances are, if you’ve gone through middle school, you know what it’s like to be insulted right to your face. But insults aren’t solely the work of a schoolyard bully—adults dole them out, too. You might deserve the next insult you get, or you might not. Either way, you have... Read more »
  • The Difference Between Clarified Butter and Ghee
    Butter is an ideal dipping sauce for these sweltering summer months, when the artichokes are ready to be steamed and the crab is ready to be boiled. If you’ve eaten much of either of those, you’ve probably noticed they come with a little tub of drawn butter for dipping. But... Read more »
  • How to Find Out What Your Health Insurance Will Pay Beforehand
    Last year, hospitals had to start posting lists of the prices they charge for each procedure. The data wasn’t easy to access, and a serious flaw is that these were just the sticker prices—not the prices that insurers, or anybody else, actually end up paying. Now, as of July 1,... Read more »
  • When You Should Take a Taxi Instead of a Rideshare
    When you need a ride, are you sure you know what is the best, cheapest option? Should you open up one of your rideshare apps, or are you better off going old school and hopping in a cab? It’s hard to know off of the top of your head which... Read more »
  • How to Protect Your Car From Sun and Heat Damage
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    Ned Hardy

  • Whatever Happened To Aaron Ruell, AKA ‘Kip’ From Napoleon Dynamite?
    Aaron Ruell was born June 23, 1976, in Fresno, California. He is best known as a director, photographer, and actor. His most well-known work has been as the actor for the character of Kip in the indie movie Napoleon Dynamite. Ruell grew up in Fresno, California, where he attended Clovis... Read more »
  • Audrey Marina Rachel Oswald – Everything You Wanted To Know About Lee Harvey Oswald’s Daughter
    Audrey Marina Rachel Oswald was born on October 20, 1963. She was born in Dallas’ Parkland Memorial Hospital. She was 33 days old when her father, Lee Harvey Oswald, was involved in the fatal shooting of then-President John F. Kennedy. The hospital where she was born was the same hospital... Read more »
  • VideoKelly Dale Anderson – Everything You Wanted To Know About Joni Mitchell’s Daughter
    Kilauren Gibb was born Kelly Dale Anderson in February 1965 in Toronto, Ontario. She is at the center of a famous adoption story that has been a mystery for over 30 years. She often struggled with complex Canadian adoption laws to discover her birth parents, only to be surprised at... Read more »
  • Whatever Happened To Dennis Dun?
    Dennis Gong Dun was born in Stockton, California, on April 19th, 1952. This Chinese-American actor is best known for his stage performances and for appearing in several cult classic films, most notably Big Trouble In Little China. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California, but has spent a significant portion... Read more »
  • Jason Connery – Everything You Wanted To Know About Sean Connery’s Son
    When most people thinking about acting royalty, Sean Connery comes to mind. However, many movie fans may not realize that his son Jason has had an extended and impressive career of his own.  Jason Joseph Connery’s story begins on January 11, 1963 in London, England, born to parents Sean Connery... Read more »
  • Kyle Kaepernick – Everything You Wanted To Know About Colin Kaepernick’s Brother
    Kyle Kaepernick is the adoptive brother of former NFL quarterback Colin Kapernick and was born to Rick and Teresa Kaepernick in Wisconsin. The first part of Kyle’s life were spent in Wisconsin, but the family eventually moved to Turlock, California, so that Rick Kaepernick could take an operations manager role... Read more »
  • VideoWhatever Happened To Tom Sizemore? (2022 Update)
    Thomas Edward Sizemore Jr. is an actor and producer born in Detroit, Michigan, on November 29th, 1961. This 5’ 10½” (1.78 m) actor has established himself over his film career with a tough-guy persona and has appeared in many prominent projects. He is not without controversies in his personal life,... Read more »

    Oddity Central

  • Man Collects Pebbles Stuck in the Soles of His Shoes for a Whole Year
    A Japanese man who spent a whole year fishing small pebbles out of the soles of his sneakers may have inspired a new bobby in his home country. Neruno Daisuki, an illustrator and manga artist from Japan, recently got his five minutes of fame on Twitter after showing off the... Read more »
  • Russian Company Lays Strawberry-Flavored Asphalt Road
    A company in Russia’s Leningrad region recently laid a small section of strawberry-scented asphalt as an experiment to help solve the problem of unpleasant odors. I don’t know if you’ve ever smelled hot asphalt when road sections are being laid or fixed, but it’s not the most appealing odor in... Read more »
  • Engineer Creates Functional Half-Wheel Bicycle
    You may think that wheels are essential when it comes to bicycles, but one resourceful engineer’s recent invention demonstrates that two half wheels are just as good as one full wheel. Sergii Gordieiev, engineer and YouTuber extraordinaire, is known for his ingenious inventions – including a chainless bike and a... Read more »
  • Body Floating in Water Canal Turns Out to Be Meditating Old Man
    A number of people in Bangkok, Thailand were shocked to find that an old man they saw floating in a dirty water canal turned out not to be a corpse, but a meditating person. Imagine walking by an urban water canal and spotting a stiff body floating in the dirty,... Read more »
  • Wif Throws Boiling Water on Sleeping Husband Because He Was Dreaming of Another Woman
    A Bolivian woman was recently arrested for throwing hot water on her sleeping husband’s genitals because he was allegedly dreaming of another woman. The shocking incident happened last week in the Bolivian city of La Paz. According to the scorned wife’s testimony, her 45-year-old husband was sleeping and allegedly declaring... Read more »
  • Car-jitsu – The Goofy Contact Sport Only Practiced in Cars
    In case the name ‘car-jitsu’ wasn’t clear enough, this new contact sport that’s getting a lot of attention on Russian social media is basically jiu-jitsu in a car. If you were to make a list of the most awkward places to grapple and wrestle in, the car would probably rank... Read more »
  • Man Sets Fire to Church Because His Wife Kept Donating to It
    Tired of seeing his family’s money being donated to the local church, an exasperated Russian man set the place of worship a blaze in a feat of rage. On the morning of June 26, a fire broke out at the Church of St. Basil the Great in the village of... Read more »


  • Klyker Picdump (53 photos)
    Another day, another Klyker picdump. Today klyker.com brings you a collection of 53 random funny pictures to keep you entertained. July 6, 2022. Don’t forget to check out the previous Klyker Picdump The post Klyker Picdump (53 photos) first appeared on KLYKER.COM.... Read more »
  • Hot Busty Girls #43 (38 photos)
    Here are 38 more pictures of hot busty girls, for your viewing pleasure. 46 more pics of Hot Busty Girls The post Hot Busty Girls #43 (38 photos) first appeared on KLYKER.COM.... Read more »
  • Funny Shower Thoughts #5 (40 photos)
    klyker.com brings 40 more random funny shower thoughts that will make you think deeply. Wanna read 39 more funny shower thoughts? The post Funny Shower Thoughts #5 (40 photos) first appeared on KLYKER.COM.... Read more »
  • Crappy Tattoos #2 (30 photos)
    klyker.com has collected 30 more crappy tattoos that will make you say: what were these people thinking?! Check out 31 more crappy tattoos The post Crappy Tattoos #2 (30 photos) first appeared on KLYKER.COM.... Read more »
  • Amazing Places (50 photos)
    50 amazing places from around the world. The post Amazing Places (50 photos) first appeared on KLYKER.COM.... Read more »
  • Meanwhile On Russian Social Media #128 (50 photos)
    Here are 50 more pictures of cringe-worthy Russians proving that Russian social media is a crazy place. Check out more strange people from Russian Social Media The post Meanwhile On Russian Social Media #128 (50 photos) first appeared on KLYKER.COM.... Read more »

    Mother Jones

  • If Republicans Retake Congress In November, Here’s What Their Agenda Will Look Like
    During a press conference earlier this year, a reporter asked Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell about how Republicans would govern if they reclaimed both congressional chambers in the upcoming midterm elections.  “That is a very good question,” McConnell replied. “And I’ll let you know when we take it back.” But... Read more »
  • Wendy Davis Reflects on the End of Roe Nearly a Decade After Her Iconic Filibuster
    In June 2013, when Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis held a remarkable 11-hour filibuster that delayed one of the most devastating state-level abortion restrictions in recent history, she created something of an iconic moment for abortion rights—which also marked one of the last high-profile points of success, though fleeting, for... Read more »
  • When Abortion Was Illegal, Adoption Was a Cruel Industry. Are We Returning to Those Days?
    A few weeks ago, before the final decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization which ended the constitutional right to an abortion, I downloaded the audio version of American Baby: A Mother, A Child, and the Shadow History of Adoption by the journalist Gabrielle Glaser. Glaser’s book details the... Read more »
  • VideoFootage Shows Ohio Cops Unleashing Hail of Gunfire on Unarmed Man
    Horrific body camera footage released on Sunday shows police officers in Akron, Ohio, shooting an unarmed Black man, Jayland Walker, dozens of times. Police killed Walker, 25, after he fled his vehicle on foot following a car chase, the department said in a press release: He had refused to pull over for... Read more »
  • Non-Mexican Migrants Awaiting US Hearing Must Stay in Mexico—for Now
    The Supreme Court ruled last week, in the final case of its term, that the Biden administration may rescind the Trump-era Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP). Known informally as the “Remain in Mexico” policy, it forced thousands of non-Mexican migrants to wait for their US immigration court hearings in dangerous border... Read more »
  • Gov. Kristi Noem Implies a Raped 10-Year-Old Might Be Forced to Give Birth
    As soon as the Supreme Court overturned the precedent in Roe v. Wade guaranteeing the constitutional right to an abortion, a South Dakota “trigger law” took effect, banning abortions in the state except “to preserve the life of the pregnant female.” Gov. Kristi Noem celebrated the decision and vowed to... Read more »
  • Liz Cheney Hints She Might Run Against Donald Trump in 2024
    As the hearings of the January 6 committee get closer and closer to implicating Donald Trump criminally in the violent attack on the US Capitol, the former president is reportedly considering announcing a 2024 presidential bid earlier than he might have. Sources close to Trump told CBS News he has... Read more »

    Messy Nessy Chic

  • 13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. DCX)
    1. A Prolific Female Pioneer Photographer Lora Webb Nichols left behind 24,000 images, 65 years of diaries (plus an unfinished memoir) providing “an intimate window into life on the Wyoming frontier in the early 20th century”, where she had lived up on a homestead since the late 1800s. Spanning from... Read more »
  • The Golden Age of the … Enema?!
    Look, it wasn’t enough to have flawless skin, a great wig, and a plump derrière in 16th century France, you needed to have a spotless colon too. Luckily, there were a great abundance of people ready and willing to administer as many “clysters”, aka enemas, as your heart desired. Let... Read more »
  • The World’s Oldest Pharmacy, Still Selling Potions for Graverobbers and Queens
    Once upon a time, the pharmaceutical industry was entirely in the hands of monks and nuns, and monasteries were at the cutting edge of intellectual learning and medicinal practice. Medieval medicine in Western Europe was composed of a mixture of pseudoscientific ideas from antiquity and medieval monasteries gained access to Ancient Greek medical... Read more »
  • 13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. DCIX)
    “Women are like teabags. We don’t know our true strength until we are in hot water.” – Eleanor Roosevelt Today’s 13 Things is dedicated to women. 1.... Read more »
  • When in Rome, Discover Hollywood on the Tiber
    Italian cinema is synonymous with hauntingly special silver screen moments, the stuff that flashbulb memories are made of. Who could possibly forget the larger than life screen goddess Anita Ekberg – all platinum locks, bare shoulders and curvaceous black dress in Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita? Or the doe-eyed flamboyant... Read more »
  • The Fateful Lovers’ Suicide that put the World at War
    On the morning of January 30, 1889, three friends of Rudolf, the Crown Prince of Austria, broke down On the morning of January 30, 1889, three friends of Rudolf, the Crown Prince of Austria, broke down the bedroom door at his hunting lodge to find him dead, sitting by the... Read more »
  • The American Art Scene was a Man’s World, Until They Came Along
    When Francoise Gilot split from Picasso, he prevented galleries from buying her work. Camille Claudel’s lover, Augustin Rodin, signed a number of her sculptures as his own, and after their romance ended badly, it’s rumored he told the Ministry of Fine Arts to stop commissioning her. If you walk through... Read more »

    Awkward Family Photo's

  • Birds Of A Feather
    “My Mom and I got our photos done. Notice the hair beading. With all the feathers, we look like roosters.” (submitted by Carla) The post Birds Of A Feather appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »
  • The Beehive
    “This is my grandma sometime around 1960, years after marrying a GI and coming to America from her home in Germany.” (submitted by IG @a__avena)  The post The Beehive appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »
  • World’s Best Grandpa
    “This is my Dad…All the grandkids loved him.” (submitted by IG @mollynapa)  The post World’s Best Grandpa appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »
  • The Easter Chicken
    “My husband on Easter 1980 standing in front of we’re not exactly sure.” (submitted by IG @kds2girls)  The post The Easter Chicken appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »
  • Muscle Head
    “I ordered this cake for my son’s birthday. When we saw it we were all confused.” (submitted by Sara) The post Muscle Head appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »
  • May Or May Not Have
    “This is an attempt at a lovely family picture for our church’s registry.  I may or may not have pinched my sister mid photo shoot.” (submitted by Anna) The post May Or May Not Have appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »
  • The Famtastic Four
    “This is my dad, on the very far right, and his siblings in 1963.” (submitted by IG @em.jay___)  The post The Famtastic Four appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »

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