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Devour ramen



Top a burger with oodles of instant noodles.

Ahh, the ramen burger. It's the cronut's savory counterpart: A juicy beef patty topped with green onion and arugula, swaddled between two salty ramen noodle "buns."

Since Keizo Shimamoto debuted the dish at a food festival in Brooklyn, N.Y., people have waited in line for hours to get their hands on some of this salty, noodle-y goodness. [...]

If you don't have the patience to wait on long lines, you might be better off trying to make this tasty dish for yourself. And guess what? It's way simpler than you think.
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Make up words



Share words and phrases coined by you and those close to you.

Illustrator Rinee Shah created The Made Up Words Project with the goal of cataloging all the silly words and phrases shared between friends and family. Shah then creates an amusing and colorful image to go along with the word. Those interested are encouraged to submit their own words to the project.



link: The Made Up Words Project
via: Laughing Squid

**related: Invent a new word

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Follow your bliss



Spin the bliss compass any time you're feeling bored, dissatisfied, unfocused, or lost.

"Follow Your Bliss!" Those three little words by the great mythologist Joseph Campbell teach a profound lesson in tapping the energy that makes you tick. But how to begin? Start using the Follow Your Bliss Compass to put yourself on the right track. You'll soon start becoming mindful of the blissful energy within you and will begin using it to make empowering changes in your life. Following your bliss is always a real adventure—a journey into the uncharted center of yourself. Just click!

link: Follow Your Bliss Compass

**related: Calm down

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Spread the message



Share three simple, inspiring words with the world.

You Are Beautiful is the little sticker that started a worldwide phenomenon. This message, spread by the community, has touched lives on every continent in the world.

Yeah, it's a thing. A good thing. Likely, you’ve come across one of these stickers, and it's had an impact. Now it's your turn. Grab some stickers and share this with your world.

Send a self addressed stamped envelope to receive 5 free stickers!





link: You Are Beautiful
via: lemondrop

**related: Post a note

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Get yourself killed



Play a unique puzzle-platformer in which your goal is to not complete each level.

Sick of always dying in games? We know; it gets old. Switch things up with Super Karoshi, where the whole point is to off yourself. Controls are the same as usual -- arrow keys with up to jump -- it's just the goal that's a little different. Good luck! (Or, rather, bad luck? Hmmm ...)



link: Super Karoshi
via: lemondrop

**related: Don't shoot the puppy

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Bend bunnies



Fold adorable origami Easter bunnies.

... we're swooning hard over these Origami Easter Bunnies made by Lisa Tilse at The Red Thread. We love the rainbow color palette and the fact that they work as place cards, favors, and even as a garland.

link: Origami Easter Bunny Decorations
via: Brit + Co.

**related: Fold a bunny

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Tally your tv time



Calculate your total time spent watching TV shows.

Type in the TV shows you've watched and this site will calculate how much time you've spent in front of the television.

link: tiii.me
via: The Presurfer

**related: Calculate lost time (& lives!)

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Use your discretion



Figure out the films from snippets of reviews written by protective parents.

Can you guess a movie from a parental advisory? In [...] the Parental Advisory Movie Quiz, you'll be given a quote taken from IMDb's user-edited parent's guide (not the whole advisory). Then you must select one of three movies that you believe the quote describes.



link: The Parental Advisory Movie Quiz
via: Neatorama

**related: Guess the movie titles
***bonus: Determine the movie: Aliens, Predator or RoboCop?

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Watch a piipshow



Follow a gripping reality TV show starring birds.

... Norwegian television network NRK has been broadcasting "Piip-Show", a 24/7 online stream that follows the lives of "a short tempered nuthatch, a blue tit with the memory of a gold fish, a happy-go-lucky great tit, and a depressed bullfinch."

... the star ensemble will be inhabiting three different houses, starting with a bird feeder modeled after a well-known local coffee shop ... The network promises plenty of "bickering, petty theft, fighting, and attempts at romance."



link: Piipshow
via: The Atlantic Cities

**related: Do a little bird watching

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Make cookie rice



Combine rice with ... Oreo cookies!

Oreo Rice is a dessert dish that combines the century-old flavor of Oreo cookies with rice, the very staple of Japanese cuisine. It's a Far East spin on an American classic with a unique texture and fantastic taste that we guarantee your whole family will enjoy, even if it does look a bit like asphalt.



link: Oreo Rice
via: that's nerdalicious!

**related: Improve peanut butter
***bonus: Eat cookie pancakes

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Flow colors



Connect matching colors to create a flow.

Briefly, your challenge is to connect all the dots on the grid, without leaving any spot empty. You can only connect dots of the same color to create a flow between them. The total number of flows equals the minimum amount of moves necessary to complete the level in a perfect manner. As the game passes through levels, the grid becomes larger, and you are faced with more and more dots, making it increasingly difficult to solve the puzzles.

link: Flow Colors
via: MakeUseOf

**related: Fix the plumbing
***bonus: Connect four

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Write like an Egyptian



Make hieroglyphic messages.

Communicate like ancient Egyptians with this Hieroglyphic Typewriter. All you have to do is to use your mouse and click on the letters on the keyboard on the site ... and voila, you will see the entire sequence in Hieroglyphics.

link: Hieroglyphic Typewriter
via: DOGOsites

**related: Galaxify a message
***bonus: Create cool name designs with CoolText

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Start spring in a bottle



Grow gorgeous green stuff indoors — all year round!

If it feels like spring's taking too long to sprout, liven up a winter windowsill by making this mini greenhouse — a recycled take on a cloche, traditionally used outdoors to protect early plantings.

link: Spring in a Bottle Craft

**related: Plant tomatoes
***bonus: Plant roses

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Leave a message



Become part of an evocative art project just by leaving a voicemail.

The Voicemail Diaries is a collaborative audio art project created by artist Jeff Lam that poses questions about life and invites the public to call in their answers to a Google Voice mailbox.





link: Voicemail Diaries
via: Laughing Squid

**related: Share a memory

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Live your life over



Learn what your life could have been like if things had gone a little bit differently.

Play is simple. The game takes you through seven stages of life, beginning with infancy, and progressing to the next once you've had a certain number of experiences. Rather than detailing every single thing that happens to you (nobody wants to know how many hours you really spent updating the Transformers Wikipedia), you're presented with a branching tree of icons, each representing a different experience; social, physical, emotional, family, and, later, vocational. Clicking on one presents you with an opportunity; opportunities detail formative events in your life, and could be anything from your first kiss to time spent with a family member. You're given a choice of how you feel about what's happening, and how you'll react to it; simply choose a feeling and an action, and click "next". You'll be presented with a bit of text that details what the outcome was, and that will affect your statistics... everything from aspects of your personality, to your life, to your intellect, and so forth.

link: Alter Ego
via: Jay is Games

**related: Decide who to save

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Assess your obsession



Find out if you're a Facebook fanatic.

Does your life have no meaning without Facebook, or can you take it or leave it?



link: How Facebook-Obsessed Are You?

**related: Gamble with your identity
***bonus: Find your perfect match

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Mail an Easter egg



Send a special someone a sweet-filled surprise from the Easter Bunny.

Kierste from Simply Kierste took advantage of the post office's odd package policy and decided to try sending her kids Easter eggs in the mail! Imagine the looks on your kiddos' faces when the mailman brings them a special delivery from the Easter Bunny - or anyone of any age, for that matter. It'll be such an unexpected surprise!

link: Mailing Plastic Easter Eggs
via: Dollar Store Crafts

**related: Send happy mail

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Control a killer



Have a little fun with an in-browser orca.

I know, it's a waste of time. But it's a killer whale that follows your mouse pointer.

link: Killer Whale
via: The Presurfer

**related: Feed the fish

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Let your spirit soar



While you're waiting for the bus, why not fly up into the clouds for awhile and take a look around?

A delightful bit of interactive flash. Wait a moment for the page to load then use your arrow keys to send the nice line-drawn guy with curly black hair gliding among the clouds. Stay close to Earth and you'll encounter various other flying objects and individuals, or head straight up into outer space. Eventually you'll find yourself on a tropical island with a girl and a monkey dancing the hula. It's not a bad place to be.

link: Fly Guy
via: TIME

**related: Click and drag

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Stash a head in a jar



Create a disturbingly realistic head-in-a-jar effect to repulse and amaze your friends.

mikeasaurus of Instructables has posted instructions on how to make your own remarkably convincing head in a jar. The effect is achieved through some clever photo editing, a printer, and of course, a jar of mysterious liquid.



link: Head in a jar prank
via: Laughing Squid

**related: Bake a brain in a jar

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Kick some butt



Fight in the street ... Sesame Street, that is.

It's Sesame Street but with fighting. Awesome.

And the reason we reckon you could get away with playing it at work, or wherever, is that if you've got the chutzpah to pull it off, you could claim that it's a typing training app. Because you don't hit buttons to throw punches, you have to spell out the words on screen quicker than your opponent to land the all-important blows that will knock them out. Tenuous, but worth a try.

link: Sesame Street Fighter
via: Pocket-lint

**related: Defeat ninjas with your mad typing skills

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