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

  • Travel: Things You Can Learn In Istanbul
    If travel is supposed to broaden the mind, there is no question that Istanbul is one of the best places to visit on the planet. The city attracts around 16 million international visitors per year and is a unique setting to enjoy new experiences. The Turkish capital is certain to... Read more »
  • Useful Tips For Finding Effective Hormone Regulators Worth Considering
    Maintaining hormonal balance is crucial for overall health and well-being. Hormones play a vital role in regulating various bodily functions, from metabolism and growth to mood and reproduction. When these hormones fall out of balance, it can lead to a range of health issues. Fortunately, there are various hormone regulators... Read more »
  • Five Great Things To Do In Dublin That Don’t Involve Temple Bar
    Dublin is one of the best places on the planet for a weekend break. The Irish capital is a city that will welcome you with open arms with a charm and friendliness that you really only will find in the country. If there’s one problem with Dublin though, it’s easy... Read more »
  • Things To Consider For A New Laptop In 2023
    Thinking of buying a new laptop in 2023? Yes, despite tablets and phones, they are still around and are still the most popular way to get work done. But how do you choose a good one in a saturated market? From speed to cybersecurity, here are some things you must... Read more »
  • How To Know If You Need A New Router Or Modem For Optimum Internet?
    A reliable and quick internet connection is necessary for both work and play in the modern digital world. If you have Optimum Internet, you are already headed in the right direction for a dependable internet experience. However, over time, the gear you use, particularly your router and modem, may have... Read more »
  • Playboy Spirits Debuts Canned PLAY HARD Vodka Seltzer
    Playboy, best known for their adult magazine, is now branching out into the alcohol beverages business with the launch of PLAY HARD, a premium line of vodka seltzers. PLAY HARD Seltzers is a refreshing new entrant to the ready-to-drink category, with a focus on unique flavors, natural ingredients, low calories... Read more »
  • 4 Reasons Why Spectrum Is The Right ISP for You
    Choosing to settle with one internet service provider can be nerve-wracking because it’s understandably a big decision and you obviously want it to work and have it be a suitable fit for your online needs. But, this doesn’t change the fact that most people have been unhappy with their chosen... Read more »

    Babes And Stuff

  • July babes compilation
    July is the perfect month to meet hot girls exposing their charms on the beach, at the pool and even while walking on the street. It’s hot in many places […]... Read more »
  • 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 »

    Bright Side

  • A Parent Reveals a Secret Code Our Kids Can Use to Leave an Uncomfortable Situation
    Safety as a child can take many forms. It might mean hiding behind your mother’s legs, covering your face with her ruffled skirt, when surrounded by loud strangers. Or not complying when your grandma says, “Oh, come on, give your aunt a hug”. As toddlers mature and gain more experience, they become more aware of uneasy situations and learn... Read more »
  • John Stamos Shares an Emotional Tribute to the Olsen Twins and Reveals Behind-the-Scenes Secrets
    John Stamos, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen met for the first time on the set of the acclaimed TV show Full House. While at the time, the actor was just dipping his toes into acting and was still a youngster, the identical twins were merely newborns. Ashley Olsen became a mother this year and to celebrate the special... Read more »
  • I’m Refusing to Allow My Daughter’s Biological Mom to Meet Her
    Adoption has made it possible for many adults to fulfill their desire to become parents while also providing children with loving families. The main character and her spouse wanted another child in today’s story, but the anticipated pregnancy never occurred. Life surprised them with an unexpected twist, and that’s how they became guardians to their granddaughter.... Read more »
  • A Bride Asks Groom and Guests to Wear Blindfolds as She Walks Down the Aisle, HERE’S WHY
    Lucy Edwards, a young woman from England, recently recounted her unique wedding experience where she adopted a distinct and meaningful approach. The bride urged not only her soon-to-be husband but also their close relatives and friends to partake in the experience of walking down the aisle in total darkness. This extraordinary moment was documented in an emotional video... Read more »
  • 11 Celebrities Who Couldn’t Care Less About the Beauty Standards
    The demand for celebrities to fit into unrealistic beauty ideals is no laughing matter. That’s why it’s inspiring to witness women who break the mold and create their own guidelines. Today, they are more comfortable and confident than ever, speaking their minds without needing a filter.... Read more »
  • Salma Hayek, 57, Reveals the Technique That Keeps Her Waistline at 24 inch, and It’s NOT Exercise nor Diet
    Salma Hayek has been captivating audiences this summer with her stunning bikini photos shared on Instagram. Despite being a seasoned Hollywood star, she continues to exude a slender and youthful appearance in her vacation snapshots taken along the Mediterranean coastline with her family. The 57-year-old actress recently revealed her secret to maintaining her svelte figure, and... Read more »
  • A Girl With a Hidden Disability Refused to Give Up Her Seat to an Elderly Woman, and Now Feels Bad About It
    Public transportation can be a source of many controversies, especially when it comes to the etiquette of giving up seats. A recent incident that went viral on social media shows how an elderly woman demanded that a girl with a prosthetic leg should give up his seat for her, claiming that she was not disabled enough. The details of this encounter are revealed in our... Read more »

    Nerd Ninja

  • Random Pics
    Get your dose of the weird and random from the web.... Read more »
  • Food Memes
    Hilarious memes about some appetizing foods.... Read more »
  • DIY Fails
    DIY Fails... 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 »
  • Tight Dresses
    Lovely ladies looking gorgeous wearing skin tight dresses.... Read more »
  • Cool Designs
    Cool Designs... Read more »

    The Art of Manliness

  • Sunday Firesides: Treat People as Ends, Not Means
    What does it mean to act in a moral way? One of the answers the philosopher Immanuel Kant formulated to this question can be paraphrased this way: “Never treat people merely as a means to an end, but always as an end in and of themselves, too.” We all treat... Read more »
  • Odds & Ends: September 22, 2023
    Peace Like a River by Leif Enger. One of Kate’s favorite novels, Peace Like a River follows the Land family, headed by a father who can work miracles, as they search for their son/brother who’s on the lam. We just finished reading the book aloud as a family. The kids didn’t like it, but then, heavy on... Read more »
  • The Best Kind of Leader to Be
    The first general put in command of American troops during the Mexican-American war was Zachary Taylor. “Old Rough and Ready” didn’t care much for garrison discipline and military formality. He was steady and unruffled and spoke laconically, choosing his words carefully and using as few as needed to get his... Read more »
  • mp3Podcast #928: For a Better Work Out, Think Like a Kid
    According to some estimates, only 5% of people in the West get the recommended amount of daily physical activity. Is the solution getting a fitness tracker, developing more discipline, or buying a piece of cardio equipment for your basement? My guest would say none of the above, and would have... Read more »
  • Is It Better to Be a Little Fish in a Big Pond or a Big Fish in a Little Pond?
    A young guy is the big man on campus at his high school. He’s captain of the varsity football team. Student body president. Homecoming king. Honor society. Valedictorian.  Thanks to his stellar high school career, he gets accepted to a prestigious Ivy League university. But instead of continuing his string... Read more »
  • mp3Podcast #927: Beyond Lazy Learning — The Keys to Gaining and Retaining Knowledge
    Ever wondered why, after hours of reading and highlighting, you still feel unprepared for that big test? Or why, shortly after a work training, you can’t remember much of what was said and how to apply it? Or why you have trouble comprehending a difficult book? Whether you’re a student... Read more »
  • Skill of the Week: How to Make Perfect Pancakes
    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 »

    Atlas Obscura

  • Center of Google Earth Mural in Chanute, Kansas
    When you’re a kid, sometimes it feels like your home is the center of the universe. Well, in Chanute, Kansas, one Google software engineer named Dan Webb had the wherewithal to actually make that happen, and in turn, the town recognized his achievement through one of America’s oddest murals. The... Read more »
  • Cueva del Indio in Viñales, Cuba
    "Music is found everywhere in Cuba," the guide said while climbing the stairs towards the entrance of Cueva del Indio, where an older gentlemen played the guitar. Past the entrance, there is a narrow trail curing around stalactite and stalagmites before coming to another set of stairs leading down to the... Read more »
  • Ghanta Ghar in Jodhpur, India
    Nestled in the vibrant city of Jodhpur, Ghanta Ghar, the iconic clock tower, stands as a living testament to the city's rich history and culture. Built by Maharaja Sardar Singh in the 19th century, the tower has been an integral part of the city's bustling commercial hub and a timeless... Read more »
  • To Save America's Native Bees, the Oregon Bee Project Is Mapping Every Single One
    Bee taxonomist Lincoln Best pulled a wooden box labeled “impressive bees” from the shelves that lined his lab at Oregon State University and carefully removed the cover. Inside, rows of shiny, green-blue bees filled the box’s inner compartments, each one pierced with a pin as if in a museum. They... Read more »
  • Paranormal Roadtripper's Nightmare Gallery in Somerset, Kentucky
    Somerset, Kentucky has long been considered a nexus of the unusual, the unexplained, and the otherworldly.  The mysterious phenomena that pervades this lakeside community in the foothills of Appalachia has been detailed in books, television, and film. Now Zach Bales, a teacher and paranormal investigator, has established Paranormal Roadtripper’s Nightmare... Read more »
  • Yamanoue Stele and Tumulus in Takasaki, Japan
    There are only 18 examples of ancient stelae surviving from Japan’s classical antiquity, which roughly corresponds to the Early Middle Ages of the West. Located in the city of Takasaki, the Three Stelae of Kōzuke are the oldest of Japan’s stone inscriptions. The Yamanoue Stele, the oldest of the three,... Read more »
  • Rock in Road in McLouth, Kansas
    The “Rock in the Road” is a landmark in McLouth, Kansas. This large boulder of very hard, pink Sioux quartzite sits in the middle of the intersection of South Granite Street and East Lucy Street. It was dragged by a glacier from distant outcrops in the upper Midwest and left... Read more »

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

  • She Played Vicky in American Pie. See Tara Reid Now at 47
    Remember Tara Reid, the breakout star of the 1999 teen comedy hit American Pie? With her fun-loving attitude, Reid was poised to become the next big thing in Hollywood after The post She Played Vicky in American Pie. See Tara Reid Now at 47 appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • VideoSee Susanna Hoffs From The Bangles Now at 64
    Susanna Hoffs is known for being a founding member of the hit 80s band The Bangles. She went on to have a solo career with several albums under her belt. The post See Susanna Hoffs From The Bangles Now at 64 appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • Why ‘All Dogs Go to Heaven’ Is the Most Disturbing G-Rated Film
    When we think of animated children’s movies, we often imagine heartwarming tales filled with laughter, love, and life lessons. However, every once in a while, a film comes along that The post Why ‘All Dogs Go to Heaven’ Is the Most Disturbing G-Rated Film appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • VideoWhat Does Colonel Kurtz’s Monologue Mean in Apocalypse Now?
    Francis Ford Coppola’s “Apocalypse Now” is a cinematic masterpiece that delves deep into the horrors of war and the human psyche. One of the most enigmatic and compelling characters in The post What Does Colonel Kurtz’s Monologue Mean in Apocalypse Now? appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • He Played Peter on The Brady Bunch. See Christopher Knight Now at 65
    From 1969 to 1974, Christopher Knight starred as the eternal middle child Peter on The Brady Bunch, one of the most beloved family sitcoms of all time. Along with his The post He Played Peter on The Brady Bunch. See Christopher Knight Now at 65 appeared first on Van Life... Read more »
  • Why “Far Beyond the Stars” Is Star Trek DS9’s Most Important Episode
    Star Trek, as a franchise, has always been at the forefront of addressing societal issues, often using the veil of science fiction to tackle real-world problems. Deep Space Nine (DS9) The post Why “Far Beyond the Stars” Is Star Trek DS9’s Most Important Episode appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • 5 Must-Watch Horror Movies on Amazon Prime
    Attention, horror enthusiasts! If you’re on the hunt for some bone-chilling cinematic experiences to celebrate the spooky season, look no further. Here are five iconic horror films currently available on The post 5 Must-Watch Horror Movies on Amazon Prime appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
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  • The Sneaky Force Behind Our Sun’s Violent Outbursts
    A strange discovery from flying close to the sun. The post The Sneaky Force Behind Our Sun’s Violent Outbursts appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • Alan Turing and the Power of Negative Thinking
    Mathematical proofs based on a technique called diagonalization can be relentlessly contrarian, but they help reveal the limits of algorithms. The post Alan Turing and the Power of Negative Thinking appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • The “Tortured Artist” Inside All Of Us
    A conversation with issue 51 cover artist Jennifer Bruce. The post The “Tortured Artist” Inside All Of Us appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • Where the Wild Bees Are
    San Diego is a biodiversity hotspot for bees. Researchers need help documenting them. The post Where the Wild Bees Are appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • Seahorse Love Works in Mysterious Ways
    Seahorses don’t care if there’s plenty other fish in the sea. The post Seahorse Love Works in Mysterious Ways appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • Pandas Feel “SAD” Too
    Many animals suffer from seasonal affective disorder. Scientists are just figuring out what that means. The post Pandas Feel “SAD” Too appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »
  • The Physics of Crowds
    Why dangerous crowds behave the way they do. The post The Physics of Crowds appeared first on Nautilus.... Read more »

    Culture POPcorn

  • One Piece Live Action Netflix 2023 Review
    One Piece Live Action Netflix 2023 Review: Honest Thoughts In the competitive anime adaptation field, One Piece Live Action explores new areas. This Netflix adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s manga and anime sets the standard for future adaptations. The complexity of reproducing One Piece’s vast world (Iñaki Godoy) is astounding. Fans...... Read more »
  • The Must-Play Video Games Releasing in September 2023
    Get Ready: Video Games Releasing in September 2023 Welcome to the grand extravaganza of gaming as we set our sights on the remarkable Video Games Releasing in September 2023. This is your ticket to a world of virtual adventures, where pixels and stories come to life, and gaming enthusiasts can...... Read more »
  • Video Games Release in August 2023: What to Expect
    Upcoming Video Games Release in August 2023 As summer days grow shorter, gamers worldwide are getting ready for the video games release in August 2023. You have something special in store for this month. Whether you like playing RPGs, action-adventures, or rhythm games. Go and explore the new releases. Immerse...... Read more »
  • The Boys Spinoff “Gen V” Premiere Fall 2023 on Amazon Prime
    The Boys Spinoff “Gen V”, the highly anticipated spinoff of the boundary-pushing, R-rated series The Boys Universe, is being anxiously anticipated by fans of superhero TV shows. The announcement that the show will debut in September on Prime Video comes as a relief to those who were worried about how...... Read more »