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

  • The Delectable Menu Options As You Spin The Wheel!
    Spinning the slots is an exciting game of chance, and now you can make it even more delicious by playing with delectable menu options! Imagine being able to spin the wheel while enjoying a tasty treat – it’s like having your cake and eating it too. With these delectable menu... Read more »
  • Cargo Pants For Formal Wear? Absolutely
    When it comes to casual wear for men, cargo pants have been a firm favorite for many generations. However, a growing collective of guys is currently learning that they can also be the perfect choice for the office. Here’s everything you need to know about wearing cargo pants around the... Read more »
  • Thong Battle: 03/21/23 – 03/28/23
    Welcome to the Thong Battle! Every Tuesday, you guys get to vote on which plump rump you like better. The winner moves on to next week to face off against another competitor. Last week’s Thong Battle was pretty close, but the bootylicious SC managed to take home the win with... Read more »
  • Rack Attack: 03/20/23 – 03/27/23
    Welcome to the Rack Attack! Every Monday, we start your week off right with two sexy babes with giants boobs that you just want to motorboat, and you guys get to vote on which stacked rack you prefer. The winner moves on to next week to face off against another... Read more »
  • Improving The Safety & Convenience Of Your Business Premises
    While it may seem as though the prevalence of remote work is causing the need for office rentals to collapse, this couldn’t be further from the truth. In many locations, office locations, business premises, and long-term commercial real state projects are thriving. For this reason, it’s good to consider how... Read more »
  • 5 Fashion Purchases Where A Little Luxury Goes A Long Way
    As a modern man, dressing to impress is immensely important. Looking good makes you feel good, which can enhance your quality of life in many ways. Naturally, though, you won’t want to waste your money on luxury goods that aren’t necessary. Not least because it will restrict you from spending... Read more »
  • This Is How Men Over 50 Can Get Rid Of Their Turkey Necks
    They say that men look more distinguished as they get older, and while I do not disagree with that fact, it’s only true with regards to grey hair and such. Other parts of our bodies change for the worse over time, succumbing to age and gravity. Case in point, the... Read more »

    Babes And Stuff

  • Hot girls for the new year
    If the weather outside the window does not spoil you, and it is too cold to go anywhere we have something to warm you up. Dozens of hot babes who […]... Read more »
  • Falls in ski jumping
    Winter is the time of year which undoubtedly fond of people enjoying winter sports. These people include, among others ski jumpers who are often risking their health to overcome tens […]... Read more »
  • Watts Zap – naughty fans
    Sometimes it’s not the athletes are the biggest stars of the event. Fans can make a lot of fuss. See compilation of such a situation made ​​by journalists of Erosport […]... Read more »
  • The most tempting schoolgirls
    Tight white blouse, short plaid skirt, pigtails and of course A long legs – these are the hallmarks of every schoolgirl alluring. Probably will not see them in your school […]... Read more »
  • Fail compilation – December 2012
    This time with a slight delay, but finally is! Fail compilation from TNL, this time from December 2012. Enjoy watching!... Read more »
  • Funny photoshopped animals pics
    We all know examples of images that have been treated graphically and as a result did not resemble the original at all. However, not only pics of people are subjected […]... Read more »
  • One second before…
    Sometimes we are able to take a picture for a moment before the accident, before the funny fail or before something, what a moment later would not be so interesting. […]... Read more »

    Bright Side

  • 10 Amazon Best Sellers That You Can Easily Gift Someone “Just Because”
    If you love giving gifts for no particular reason, just to see the smile and delight on the faces of your loved ones, this article is for you. We found top-selling gifts from Amazon that thousands of people have already bought for their loved ones, and they did not disappoint. We decided not to limit the selection to just one category... Read more »
  • Selena Gomez’s Gorgeous Wedding Dress Stuns Everyone and Causes Her Fans to Wonder
    The bride has arrived! The most followed woman on Instagram wowed 400 million fans with photos of her in a gorgeous and dramatic wedding gown. Selena Gomez looked stunning in a strapless wedding dress with a voluminous tulle skirt and a long lace veil. For a brief moment, she had us all tricked into thinking that she was actually getting... Read more »
  • 7 Things Moms Shouldn’t Feel Guilty About Doing
    Motherhood is rewarding, but it comes with challenges, including the feeling of guilt that accompanies many decisions. However, there are things moms shouldn’t feel bad about doing. This article explores common areas where moms feel guilty and provides a perspective to let go of these unnecessary feelings.... Read more »
  • 15 Kids Who Can Boost Your Mood Better Than a Piece of Chocolate Cake
    Children are bundles of joy. Yes, they cry, pee, and throw tantrums, but they still make us laugh. These 15 people probably never buy mystery boxes, advent calendars, or fortune cookies because they have all this in one single kid. We, in turn, are thankful that it’s not our house that’s messed up and that we don’t have... Read more »
  • 10 Random Amazon Products You Don’t Think You Need Until You Get Them
    Sometimes we buy something we think we will need, and then it turns out that we use it once and then forget about it. After this experience, we try not to be impulsive and to buy thoughtfully. In this article, we’ve explored some of the little things that can really make our lives easier and put us one step ahead. Scroll through — we are sure... Read more »
  • Meet Lucy, a Blind and Autistic Girl Who Was Crowned the Winner of “The Piano”
    Despite being a 13-year-old blind girl with severe autism, Lucy refuses to let her condition get in the way of her dreams. Every day, she demonstrates that there are no people with disabilities, only people with different abilities. Lucy possesses exceptional musical talent, and her latest performance was so moving that it brought the audience to tears. As a result,... Read more »
  • Gigi Hadid Admits She Owes Her Modeling Success to Her Rich Parents
    Nepotism in Hollywood is one of the hottest topics online these days. Gigi Hadid, who’s not only one of the highest-paid models in the world but also an heir to the Hadid family fortune, is now offering her opinion on the matter. Let’s learn more about Gigi’s hot take on her place in the conversation, which inspired a newfound respect for the... Read more »

    Nerd Ninja

  • Random Pics
    Get your dose of the weird and random from the web.... Read more »
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  • Bikini Girls
    Most people love the summer because of warm weather, swimming, getting a tan, playing outside and of course minimal clothing. These girls are a great reason to enjoy the bikini season.... Read more »
  • Beautiful Girls
    Here's a dose of absolutely beautiful girls from around the world. Their smile is sure to make your day brighter.... Read more »

    The Art of Manliness

  • The Digestive Power of an After-Dinner Walk
    For centuries, when someone referred to “dinner,” they meant a meal, the largest of the day, which was eaten around noon. A lighter “supper” was then consumed in the evening.  Starting in the 18th century and accelerating in the 19th and 20th, the hour at which dinner was eaten moved... Read more »
  • mp3Podcast #881: A Kantian Guide to Life
    If you’ve had some contact with the philosophy of Immanuel Kant, there’s a good chance you found it abstract, heady, and hard to understand. But my guest would say that it’s full of rich, usable insights on how to become better people, and, fortunately for us, she’s got a true... Read more »
  • VideoThomas Jefferson’s 10 Rules for Life
    Like many of the Founding Fathers, Thomas Jefferson was a dad. And like a lot of dads, he often took the opportunity to dispense unsolicited dad advice to his children. Over the years, he developed a list of ten life rules he would share with his children, grandchildren, and friends... Read more »
  • mp3Podcast #880: Finally Follow Through
    You get really excited about an idea to start an exercise program, or become a better partner, or get organized. And then you do . . . nothing. Absolutely nothing. It’s said that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. Even if they don’t send you straight to... Read more »
  • Skill of the Week: Fillet a Fish
    An important part of manhood has always been about having the competence to be effective in the world — having the breadth of skills, the savoir-faire, to handle any situation you find yourself in. With that in mind, each Sunday we’ll be republishing one of the illustrated guides from our archives,... Read more »
  • Sunday Firesides: Cancel Your News Debt
    There are many reasons to consider eliminating, or at least reducing, one’s consumption of the news. It’s sensationalized. It’s distracting. It offers a distorted, overly negative-focused picture of reality. It serves as pure entertainment versus opinion-changing information on a ratio of 500 to 1. To this list of reasons against... Read more »
  • Odds & Ends: March 17, 2023
    The Internet’s Richest Fitness Resource Is a Site from 1999. A deep dive into the history of Exrx.net. I remember visiting the site way back in high school in 2000 to use their one rep max calculator.  What’s great about Exrx.net is that it hasn’t changed at all in nearly 25... Read more »

    Atlas Obscura

  • Alatskivi Castle in Alatskivi, Estonia
    Some 24 miles (40 km) north of the university town of Tartu is one of the hundreds of historic manor houses that dot the Estonian landscape. Built by Baltic German aristocrats until WWI in a variety of architectural styles, these stately homes stood on large estates and served as the country... Read more »
  • Kadokawa Musashino Museum in Tokorozawa, Japan
    Designed by multi-award-winning architect Kengo Kuma and Associates, this museum was created to look like a giant rock floating on water. It uses an impressive 20,000 pieces of granite. Although the outside looks like a huge boulder, the inside feels airy and is full of wood and natural elements. Inside... Read more »
  • Norfolk Wishing Tree in Norfolk, Virginia
    At a glance, one might be forgiven for mistaking the Wishing Tree of West Ghent as the victim of some lazy tee-peeing. But upon further inspection, you'll find this sprawling oak tree adorned not with toilet paper, but wishes—hundreds of them, from modest to grandiose. You'll also find this wishing... Read more »
  • Jorullo Bridge in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
    The sign inside the bar at the end of the bridge claims the Jorullo Bridge is the longest vehicular suspension bridge in the world. While that claim is likely inaccurate, the bridge is still quite lengthy, stretching 514 yards (470 meters) across the open chasm.   The bridge crosses the Cuale... Read more »
  • K-Museum in Tokyo, Japan
    At the end of the Dream Bridge on the Ariake side, there is a unique building resembling a fallen spaceship. It's one of the most notable works of architecture by Makoto Sei Watanabe, the talent behind such iconic buildings as Aoyama Technical College and Iidabashi Station. It originally was designed to... Read more »
  • Wellington Arch in London, England
    This magnificent recreation of a Roman triumphal arch faced in Italian white marble has given its name to the corner where Park Lane meets Oxford Street. The arch has only stood there since 1851. Designed by John Nash in the 1820s as the grand entrance to Buckingham Palace. It was... Read more »
  • Hwa Yuan Szechuan in New York, New York
    In 1968, a chef by the name of Yu Fa Tang—known to everyone as “Shorty” Tang—opened up Hwa Yuan Szechuan Inn in Manhattan’s Chinatown. Born in Sichuan province and kitchen battle-hardened serving banquets around Taiwan, Tang made his way to New York by way of Hong Kong, Brazil, and India.... Read more »

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

  • Whatever Happened to Mimi Craven From A Nightmare on Elm Street?
    Classic horror fans will likely recognize actress Mimi Craven, who got her break acting in horror movies Swamp Thing (1982) and A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), before going on The post Whatever Happened to Mimi Craven From A Nightmare on Elm Street? appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • VideoWhatever Happened To Andrew Cassese, ‘Wormser’ From Revenge of the Nerds?
    The 1980s were a fun time, culturally speaking. Music was upbeat and powerful. Fashion was flashy and colorful. And in one corner of cinema–well, slapstick merged with sex to bring The post Whatever Happened To Andrew Cassese, ‘Wormser’ From Revenge of the Nerds? appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • VideoWhat Ever Happened to Tina Yothers from Family Ties?
    You may remember Tina Yothers from her role as Jennifer Keaton on the hit NBC series Family Ties, or from her other television roles in the ‘80s and ‘90s. But The post What Ever Happened to Tina Yothers from Family Ties? appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • VideoThe Superhero Show That Is Flying Under the Radar of Most Television Viewers
    Great, just what we need. Another superhero show. With the DC universe getting a reboot and Marvel entering phase 5 of its cinematic universe, it’s starting to feel like someone The post The Superhero Show That Is Flying Under the Radar of Most Television Viewers appeared first on Van Life... Read more »
  • What Ever Happened to Pippi Longstocking’s Tami Erin? 
    Though Tami Erin has had an extensive career in philanthropy, acting, modeling, and fashion design, fans probably know her best for her role as Pippi Longstocking in the 1988 film, The post What Ever Happened to Pippi Longstocking’s Tami Erin?  appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • What Ever Happened to Khrystyne Haje from Head of the Class?
    You may know Khrystyne Haje from her role as Simone on ABC series Head of the Class. While this series put Khrystyne in the spotlight, what has she been up The post What Ever Happened to Khrystyne Haje from Head of the Class? appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • What Ever Happened to Leslie Bega from Head of the Class?
    Leslie Bega became well known in the late 1980s and early 1990s for her roles in various television shows, especially Head of the Class. But what has she been up The post What Ever Happened to Leslie Bega from Head of the Class? appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
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  • Why Doctors Can’t Name Female Anatomy
    A vulva by any other name … causes confusion and unnecessary suffering. The post Why Doctors Can’t Name Female Anatomy appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • The Dwarf Planet on Our Doorstep
    The series of fortunate astrophysical events that gave us Ceres. The post The Dwarf Planet on Our Doorstep appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • What Happens to My Brain on the Psychedelic DMT?
    One question for Christopher Timmermann, a cognitive neuroscientist at Imperial College London. The post What Happens to My Brain on the Psychedelic DMT? appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • How Snails Cross Vast Oceans
    The intrepid travelers are widely dispersed despite their sedentary lifestyle. The post How Snails Cross Vast Oceans appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • Shadows in the Big Bang Afterglow Reveal Invisible Cosmic Structures
    Cosmologists are using secondary signatures from the cosmic microwave background to map the universe’s hidden matter. The post Shadows in the Big Bang Afterglow Reveal Invisible Cosmic Structures appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • The Lasting Power of Good Memories
    A positive spin on our past can help inure us against pain. The post The Lasting Power of Good Memories appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • Even Machine Brains Need Sleep
    Without some downtime, artificial neural networks become catastrophically forgetful. The post Even Machine Brains Need Sleep appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »

    Culture POPcorn

  • Act of Hell: A Glimpse of Narkrow – India’s first AI Generated Graphic Novel
    In a country that is almost synonymous with traditional ways of doing things, it is refreshing to see someone utilizing their creative skills and doing something different. Jaipur-based graphic designer Kishan Harchandani has taken a unique approach to his craft by creating India’s first AI-generated graphic novel Act of Hell:...... Read more »
  • 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 »