Buitenlandse Blogs – 9

Blogoverzicht Buitenlandse Blogs


Op deze pagina vind je een overzicht van de bekende en minder bekende Buitenlandse Blogs waaronder Guys Gab, Babes en Stuff, Bright Side, Nerd Ninja, Deadfix, The Art of Manliness, Wired UK, Architectural Digest, Atlas Obscura, Ruin my Week, Van Life Wanderer,  Defence blog en Engrish.com. Het merendeel van de Blogs is in het Engels, maar je komt op de blogpagina overzichten ook Duitse, Zweedse of anderstalige blogs tegen.


    Guys Gab

  • Are Lamborghinis Available With A Manual Transmission?
    You might have fantasized about driving a Lamborghini, but in reality, you might have second thoughts, mainly because you’re worried about whether you’ll be able to handle it. After all, aren’t supercars supposed to be difficult to drive? That may have been true up until the 90s, but supercars have... Read more »
  • 10 Top Stylist Tips To Manage and Protect Your Hair This Summer
    Better weather is almost here, which means long hours in the sun, relaxing, maxing, or whatever you like to do. But outdoor activities can get you grimy, and then there’s the issue of heat and UV radiation. Fortunately, there are numerous ways you can protect your hair this summer. Here... Read more »
  • 7 Transformation Methods To Move Your Belongings Abroad
    Whether you’re moving for work, family, or just for a change of scenery, relocating to a new country can be an exciting but daunting task. One of the most important – and often stressful – aspects of any move is getting your belongings from your old home to your new... Read more »
  • Skullcandy Mod True Wireless Earbuds Are Big On Features, Low On Price
    If you’re looking for a pair of premium wireless earbuds that won’t break the bank, then you’ve got to check out the new Skullcandy Mod True Wireless Earbuds, which sell for just $59.99 but offer plenty of high-end features typically reserved for more expensive headphones. Now I will admit, I’m... Read more »
  • VideoLoad Boost Review: A Natural Way To Improve Semen Volume and Quality
    While a lot of focused is placed on endurance and stamina during sex, one part that often gets overlooked is ejaculation. When it comes to semen, increased volume and improved taste can go a long way in boosting your sex life. But that’s not all. Semen is a major predictor... Read more »
  • Look After Your Hearing Better In These Fundamental Ways
    Hearing is a really important thing, one of the main senses and something that will help you to navigate your life as effectively as possible. It is perfectly possible to live happily and fully with hearing loss, and plenty of people are doing that right now. But if you are... Read more »
  • What You Need To Know About Using The Internet Abroad
    You could argue that travel is a chance to log off from the internet and immerse oneself in one’s surroundings. However, there are times when access to the web can be useful when travelling such as getting directions, translating text, booking attractions online or even doing work. If you do... Read more »

    Babes And Stuff

  • Sexy photos of Monica Bellucci
    She is a talented actress, and by the way, or primarily a beautiful and very seductive woman. It is, of course, Monica Bellucci – Italian actress who, despite the passage […]... Read more »
  • Beard makes the difference
    See the example of a couple of guys like beard changes a man. See how they looked before and after venturing beard. Just grow a beard to raise respect;-) Originally […]... Read more »
  • Crazy photos from the china
    China is a crazy country where people often live in a completely different way from that to which we are used to. Here are some funny, outrageous and crazy pics […]... Read more »
  • The luckiest guy in the world
    We do not know how he did it but either he has incredible luck or a great gift of persuasion. Anyway, the guy you see in the video can be […]... Read more »
  • Most unhappy bride
    Marriage is usually associated with something happy, or at least the brides are very happy that they were able to entrap guy;) Not this time! The bride you see in […]... Read more »
  • Before and after
    You know those people that were compared before and after the diet. This time we have for you a living example of how you look before and after – thanks […]... Read more »
  • Girls in tight dresses
    What better highlights shapes a beautiful girl than a tight dress? We found for you this time, something that should please the male part of our users 🙂 Below you […]... Read more »

    Bright Side

  • 8 Signs Someone Is Unintentionally Manipulating You, and How to Break the Cycle
    Scientists have come up with 30 characteristics that a manipulator often has. However, this doesn’t mean that anyone who finds a feature or 2 from the list in their behavior is a master at manipulation. Actually, you can have up to 8 of them and still be considered innocent. This goes to show that we’re all just human and sometimes make mistakes. With that said, we should... Read more »
  • 17 Couples That Proved Love Has No Age
    It is becoming more and more accepted that couples, even if they are of different ages, can be happy and form a family simply because they want to. The taboo of having partners with a larger age gap is coming to an end, so why not be happy with those we love and feel comfortable with?... Read more »
  • Mayim Balik’s Story That Proves Nobody Should Be Afraid of Starting Over to Fulfil Their Dreams
    People say that opportunities come only once in a lifetime, and you have to be ready to take them. But there are some lucky few that get a second chance to shine. That’s exactly what happened to Mayim Bialik — she started her career with a starring role when she was very young, retired many years later, then came back... Read more »
  • 20 Amazon Products That Will Turn Your Day at the Office Into a Smooth Sailing
    If you are spending long working hours in the office every day, then you want to make sure it’s perfectly comfortable and suitable to your taste. Some studies prove how significantly the work environment can affect the employees’ performance, motivation, and mood. That’s why adding just a couple of colorful items to your office can not only... Read more »
  • 15+ Pics That Scream the Word “Perfection” in All Languages
    Satisfying videos have become extremely popular nowadays, and scientists have a good explanation for their appeal. They explain that we find these oddly satisfying things so relaxing because of “mirror neurons,” which is when our brain thinks we’re the ones doing the cool stuff we see in a video. Today’s article will help your brain relax, but with... Read more »
  • 12 Celebrity Eating Habits That Made Us Raise Our Eyebrows
    Most of us agree that we have our own unique food patterns that may seem strange to some, but we have become used to them, and they have become a part of our daily meals. These superstars are unlike any other because they have bizarre habits that people find fascinating.At Bright Side, we compiled a list of celebrity eating habits that... Read more »
  • 6 Headache Hacks to Help You Feel Better
    Although headaches are extremely common and many people experience them at some point in their lives, it doesn’t make dealing with them any easier. Annoying tension and pain in any region of your head can affect your mood, your work, and even your social life. Luckily, there’s a lot you can do to relieve the pain while you’re... Read more »

    Nerd Ninja

  • Random Pics
    Get your dose of the weird and random from the web.... Read more »
  • Cooking Fails
    Cooking Fails... Read more »
  • Car Selfies
    Who needs a photographer to take amazing photos when you can be perfectly happy with a selfie?! These ladies show us the proper way.... Read more »
  • Creative DIY Projects
    Some awesome DIY projects/art from very creative individuals.... Read more »
  • Random Pics
    Get your dose of the weird and random from the web.... Read more »
  • Wholeness Memes
    Memes that make you feel good and restore faith in humanity.... Read more »

    The Art of Manliness

  • mp3Podcast #803: How Your Expectations Can Change Your Life
    During World War II, Henry Beecher, an anesthesiologist serving in the U.S. Army, noticed that 32% of the soldiers he treated for horrific battle wounds felt no pain. A further 44% experienced only slight or mild discomfort, despite the fact they had shrapnel embedded in their bodies. Beecher hypothesized that... Read more »
  • mp3Podcast #524: An Old School Boxing Trainer on What It Means to Be a Man
    Teddy Atlas was born to a well-respected doctor in a wealthy part of Staten Island. Most kids like him end up going to an Ivy League school to become some sort of white collar professional. Teddy? Teddy dropped out of high school, went to jail, and ended up becoming a... Read more »
  • The Philosophy Textbook Every Man Should Own
    If you’ve been following AoM long enough, you know I like philosophy. I’ve written about philosophy on the site and talked to lots of philosophers on the podcast.  Philosophy isn’t some esoteric practice for me. It’s practical. I turn to philosophy to figure out how to live a good and... Read more »
  • mp3Podcast #802: Stress-Free Small Talk
    If making small talk makes someone anxious, it may just be because they have a fear of such interactions, and my guest today, Rich Gallagher, can help them overcome it through his practice as a therapist. Or, someone’s anxiety around small talk can be based in part on simply not... Read more »
  • A Chill Dude Style Staple: The Classic Camp Collar Shirt
    Summer is almost here so I’ve been thinking about refreshing my wardrobe for the warmer weather.  Dressing for warm weather has always been befuddling for me. I usually end up wearing a simple t-shirt with a pair of shorts. If I need to dress up a bit, I’ll go with... Read more »
  • mp3VideoPodcast #801: The Cold Water Swim Cure
    Have you ever driven along the coastline, or walked by a local pond or lake and thought about taking a dip, but felt hesitant about swimming in what you know is cold water? My guest today, who argues that cold water swimming is one of the very best things you... Read more »
  • How to Comfort Someone Who’s Sad/Crying
    With our archives now 3,500+ articles deep, we’ve decided to republish a classic piece each Sunday to help our newer readers discover some of the best, evergreen gems from the past. This article was originally published in May 2016. Have you ever had someone come to you crying? Maybe your... Read more »

    Atlas Obscura

  • Strawberry Curry Is a Modern Twist on an Old Tradition
    Every year, during the weekend of Wimbledon tennis finals, I make a curry from the two ingredients most strongly associated with the championships: strawberries and cream. It’s my way of celebrating a British summertime tradition with a contemporary Indian touch, but the curry is not my original idea. It’s based... Read more »
  • The Bridge Collection in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal
    Humans have been drinking alcohol for about ten million years. That history is on vibrant display at the Bridge Collection, a permanent exhibit of vessels stretching across millennia at the World of Wine museum.  With its oldest artifact dating back to 7000 B.C., the collection includes goblets, glasses, and cups... Read more »
  • United Memorial Gardens in Plymouth, Michigan
    Though it might look like an ordinary cemetery at first glance, when you walk through the grounds of United Memorial Gardens in Plymouth, Michigan, you'll notice quirky landmarks like a birdhouse mausoleum and a life-sized replica of the Biblical tabernacle. The cemetery was first opened in 1929, but Ed Wensley's... Read more »
  • Dye Ditch Gang in Fort Payne, Alabama
    In the center of a parking lot in Fort Payne, Alabama, a pavilion holds a diorama commemorating a beloved piece of local history: a drainage ditch. When the nearby W.B Davis Hosiery Mill completed a run of sock dyeing, the ditch carried "very hot, smoking and brightly colored" runoff. Locals would gather... Read more »
  • Old Applewhite Bridge in San Antonio, Texas
    San Antonio's own cryptid is said to hide out under a mysterious country bridge. Old Applewhite Bridge is only about half an hour's drive away south from downtown San Antonio, you will find the bridge is locally known. asthe "Donkey Lady Bridge." Legends about the Donkey Lady's origins vary widely—even... Read more »
  • Hand of Man Museum in Duncan, British Columbia
    What if the "world's most interesting man" bought a small elementary school and filled it with whatever objects brought them joy? The Hand of Man Museum is one man's private collection of taxidermy animals, prehistoric skeletons, tribal artifacts, art, instruments, and all sorts of other random objects that interest him.... Read more »
  • Håverud Aqueduct in Håverud, Sweden
    A railway, waterway, and roadway can all be seen suspended in the air in Håverud in Sweden. With its construction made out of riveted sheets of metal, the aqueduct has a unique look. It was constructed in 1868 by the Swedish engineer Nils Ericsson (brother to John Ericsson, who constructed the... Read more »

    Van Life Wanderer: Exploring My Best Life Through The Van Life

  • Is Downtown LA Safe?
    Downtown LA has always been at the center of the Los Angeles homeless crisis and the pandemic has only exacerbated the issue. Skid Row, the epicenter of homelessness in Los The post Is Downtown LA Safe? appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • 11 Things To Do In La Crescenta, CA
    People hear of towns outside of Los Angeles and think that places like Burbank or San Bernadino are small. While they are, compared to the megalopolis of L.A., they’re still The post 11 Things To Do In La Crescenta, CA appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • Is Culver City Safe? (Crime Rates And Crime Stats)
    Culver City is quaint neighborhood nestled on Los Angeles’ west side and is home to two major movie studios. It is a vibrant city that is filled with restaurants, shops The post Is Culver City Safe? (Crime Rates And Crime Stats) appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • Is Modesto Safe? (Crime Rates And Crime Stats)
    Situated in California’s central valley, Modesto is known for its rich agricultural history and its central location to the ocean, lakes, the Sierra’s and Yosemite. It’s the birthplace of George The post Is Modesto Safe? (Crime Rates And Crime Stats) appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • Can You See The Northern Lights in Vermont?
    The Northern Lights, professionally known as aurora borealis, is a natural wonder mankind has marveled at for millennia. Despite our advancements in science, we still gape at it in modern The post Can You See The Northern Lights in Vermont? appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • A Proper Introduction To Vietnamese Food
    Cơm tấm – Warm broken rice often served with a slab of grilled pork chop marinated in sugar and fish sauce, a slice of steamed pork loaf topped with egg The post A Proper Introduction To Vietnamese Food appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • Is Torrance, CA Safe? (Crime Rates And Crime Stats)
    Torrance is South Bay suburb that has plenty to offer for residents and tourists alike. It has beautiful beaches, a thriving food scene, markets, shops and eateries galore. If you The post Is Torrance, CA Safe? (Crime Rates And Crime Stats) appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »

    Defence Blog

  • Pentagon denies reports of Russia fielding laser weapons in Ukraine
    The U.S. Defense Department on Friday denied reports that Russia has deployed its laser weapon systems to Ukraine. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said on Friday there were no indications that Russia had used laser weaponry in Ukraine, following claims by Moscow that it was fielding a new generation of powerful... Read more »
  • Ukraine’s artillery blow up dozen Russian ‘Z tanks’
    A dozen Russian main battle tanks and armored vehicles were reportedly destroyed by Ukrainian artillery, according to the Militarnyi. The footage from the Ukrainian Armed Forces shows multiple explosions as the Russian military is holed up in industrial warehouses, surrounded by fields on all sides at the northwest edge of... Read more »
  • US Marine Corps aviation marks 110 years of service
    The U.S. Marine Corps aviation will celebrate its 85th birthday on 22 May. On May 22, 1912, 1st Lt. Alfred A. Cunningham reported to Naval Aviation Camp in Annapolis, Maryland, “for duty in connection with aviation,” sparking the birth of Marine Corps aviation. Marine Corps aviation has participated in every... Read more »
  • NATO deploys Patriot system to Slovakia amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
    The Dutch-German Patriot detachment deployed to Sliač Air Base, Slovakia, has undergone training drills to integrate with NATO Integrated Air and Missile Defence Command and Control System. “The war in Ukraine has shown that all NATO countries, in particular the countries on NATO’s eastern flank, need to be able to... Read more »
  • US, Italian troops conduct battalion-sized air assault training operation
    The U.S. Army has announced that the 1st Air Cavalry Brigade from Fort Hood, Texas joined the Italian Brigata Parachutisti “FOLGORE,” or “FOLGORE” Paratroopers Brigade in completing the largest air assault training mission in the parachute brigade’s history. “This is the first time the ‘FOLGORE’ has conducted such a huge... Read more »
  • Ukrainian Soldiers show ‘Z-tank graveyard’ after 80 vehicles blown up in one battle
    Ukrainian Soldiers have released footage showing dozens of wrecked Russian tanks and armored vehicles destroyed in failed river crossing. Ukraine’s military claims it destroyed almost 80 Russian armored vehicles, including main battle tanks and infantry fighting vehicles as they attempted to cross the Siverskyi Donets River in eastern Ukraine. The... Read more »
  • Australia sends more armored vehicles to Ukraine
    The Australian Government will provide further support to the Government of Ukraine by gifting 30 additional armoured vehicles as part of a new military support package. According to Minister for Defense Peter Dutton, Australia will gift 14 M113 armoured personnel carriers (APCs) and a further 20 Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicles... Read more »

    Nautilus | Science Connected

  • You Eat a Credit Card’s Worth of Plastic Every Week
    What is our hidden consumption of microplastics doing to our health? The post You Eat a Credit Card’s Worth of Plastic Every Week appeared first on Nautilus | Science Connected.... Read more »
  • The Oceans Are Teeming with Unknown Species
    Scientists are finding 2,000 new marine species a year. Why it matters to name and categorize them. The post The Oceans Are Teeming with Unknown Species appeared first on Nautilus | Science Connected.... Read more »
  • No Two Human Brains Are Alike
    The uniqueness of each mind is written in its ever-changing circuitry. The post No Two Human Brains Are Alike appeared first on Nautilus | Science Connected.... Read more »
  • What Is Time?
    The more closely we observe the present moment, the more amorphous it becomes. The post What Is Time? appeared first on Nautilus | Science Connected.... Read more »
  • Doctor Strange and the Multiverse in Science
    The multiverse of pop culture owes its existence to a testable scientific hypothesis. The post Doctor Strange and the Multiverse in Science appeared first on Nautilus | Science Connected.... Read more »
  • How Much Is the Ocean Worth?
    Putting a price tag on the ocean might just save it. The post How Much Is the Ocean Worth? appeared first on Nautilus | Science Connected.... Read more »
  • VideoWe Were Here
    How advanced civilizations could leave us a message of their presence. The post We Were Here appeared first on Nautilus | Science Connected.... Read more »

    Culture POPcorn

  • The Batman Movie Review : Neo Noir Vengeance of Dark Knight
    The Batman Movie tells the story of a broken vigilante who is faced with a string of murders to solve. As Batman gets closer and closer to uncovering the truth, secrets are revealed about the city he is trying to protect. I am going to start off by saying this,...... Read more »
  • Batman : The Long Halloween Part 1 and Part 2 Review
    So I finally watched Batman : The Long Halloween part 1 and part 2, since part two finally came out this week I decided not to review them individually but review them as a singular film. Honestly, I really enjoyed it, you know this movie is based upon a pretty...... Read more »
  • Masters of the Universe Revelation : Nostalgia slaughtered for Fakenism
    He-Man and Masters of the Universe was always a show for everyone because you could always find a character that would fit your personality. It was a rich and diverse show where people overcome obstacles through friendship and their uniqueness, but Masters of the Universe Revelation is truly a horrible...... Read more »
  • Zack Snyder’s Justice League – Made by Nerd for Nerds
    Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021) is a 4-hour epic masterpiece that purely gave justice to all the fans who forced the studio to bow down to its knees. This film has everything that a superhero movie should have, from amazing action & story to powerful visuals and a perfect score...... Read more »

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