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5 WTF snaps from the Comedy Animal Photo Awards
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards (yes, that's a thing) are back once again, showcasing candid shots of the funniest critters on the World Wild Web.
So good are some of these snaps, it's almost as if the animals knew the brief. From peekaboo eagles to ballet-dancing ants, and friendly polar bears to snowball-flinging monkeys, the most comedic scenes from the animal kingdom are all here.
Kick-started last year to help raise cash and awareness for conservation efforts in a lighthearted way, you can enjoy a handful of 2016's funniest shots below before heading over to the CWPA website to LOL at the rest of the entries
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a 'peli-can't catch a fish to save his life'
*Plays 'The Great Escape' theme tune* © Nicolas De Vaulx/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016
That feeling when you forgot something important
"Shit. Did I leave the iron on?" © Barb D'Arpino/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016
Oh yeah. Laugh it up
"You want a funny photo? Owl handle it." © Edward Kopeschny/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016
Who needs hand-eye coordination anyway?
"Oh yeah, this is awkward for you, huh?" - fish © Rob Kroenert/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016
That's a bad day in the office
"Hey, Dave, I'm taking the rest of the day off." © Tom Stables/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016
Check out the rest of the entries to this year's competition right here.
Our struggles determine our successes
Everybody wants what feels good. Everyone wants to live a carefree, happy and easy life, to fall in love and have amazing sex and relationships, to look perfect and make money and be popular and well-respected and admired and a total baller to the point that people part like the Red Sea when you walk into the room.Everyone would like that—it’s easy to like that.If I ask you, “What do you want out of life?” and you say something like, “I want to be happy and have a great family and a job I like,” it’s so ubiquitous that it doesn’t even mean anything.A more interesting question, a question that perhaps you’ve never considered before, is what pain do you want in your life? What are you willing to struggle for? Because that seems to be a greater determinant of how our lives turn out.Everybody wants to have an amazing job and financial independence—but not everyone wants to suffer through 60-hour work weeks, long commutes, obnoxious paperwork, to navigate arbitrary corporate hierarchies and the blasé confines of an infinite cubicle hell. People want to be rich without the risk, without the sacrifice, without the delayed gratification necessary to accumulate wealth.Everybody wants to have great sex and an awesome relationship—but not everyone is willing to go through the tough conversations, the awkward silences, the hurt feelings and the emotional psychodrama to get there. And so they settle. They settle and wonder “What if?” for years and years and until the question morphs from “What if?” into “Was that it?” And when the lawyers go home and the alimony check is in the mail they say, “What was that for?” if not for their lowered standards and expectations 20 years prior, then what for?Because happiness requires struggle. The positive is the side effect of handling the negative. You can only avoid negative experiences for so long before they come roaring back to life.
At the core of all human behaviour, our needs are more or less similar. Positive experience is easy to handle. It’s negative experience that we all, by definition, struggle with. Therefore, what we get out of life is not determined by the good feelings we desire but by what bad feelings we’re willing and able to sustain to get us to those good feelings.
People want an amazing physique. But you don’t end up with one unless you legitimately appreciate the pain and physical stress that comes with living inside a gym for hour upon hour, unless you love calculating and calibrating the food you eat, planning your life out in tiny plate-sized portions.People want to start their own business or become financially independent. But you don’t end up a successful entrepreneur unless you find a way to appreciate the risk, the uncertainty, the repeated failures, and working insane hours on something you have no idea whether will be successful or not.People want a partner, a spouse. But you don’t end up attracting someone amazing without appreciating the emotional turbulence that comes with weathering rejections, building the sexual tension that never gets released, and staring blankly at a phone that never rings. It’s part of the game of love. You can’t win if you don’t play.What determines your success isn’t “What do you want to enjoy?” The question is, “What pain do you want to sustain?” The quality of your life is not determined by the quality of your positive experiences but the quality of your negative experiences. And to get good at dealing with negative experiences is to get good at dealing with life.
There’s a lot of crappy advice out there that says, “You’ve just got to want it enough!”Everybody wants something. And everybody wants something enough. They just aren’t aware of what it is they want, or rather, what they want “enough.”Because if you want the benefits of something in life, you have to also want the costs. If you want the beach body, you have to want the sweat, the soreness, the early mornings, and the hunger pangs. If you want the yacht, you have to also want the late nights, the risky business moves, and the possibility of pissing off a person or ten thousand.If you find yourself wanting something month after month, year after year, yet nothing happens and you never come any closer to it, then maybe what you actually want is a fantasy, an idealization, an image and a false promise. Maybe what you want isn’t what you want, you just enjoy wanting. Maybe you don’t actually want it at all.Sometimes I ask people, “How do you choose to suffer?” These people tilt their heads and look at me like I have twelve noses. But I ask because that tells me far more about you than your desires and fantasies. Because you have to choose something. You can’t have a pain-free life. It can’t all be roses and unicorns. And ultimately that’s the hard question that matters. Pleasure is an easy question. And pretty much all of us have similar answers. The more interesting question is the pain. What is the pain that you want to sustain?That answer will actually get you somewhere. It’s the question that can change your life. It’s what makes me me and you you. It’s what defines us and separates us and ultimately brings us together.For most of my adolescence and young adulthood, I fantasized about being a musician — a rock star, in particular. Any badass guitar song I heard, I would always close my eyes and envision myself up on stage playing it to the screams of the crowd, people absolutely losing their minds to my sweet finger-noodling. This fantasy could keep me occupied for hours on end. The fantasizing continued up through college, even after I dropped out of music school and stopped playing seriously. But even then it was never a question of if I’d ever be up playing in front of screaming crowds, but when. I was biding my time before I could invest the proper amount of time and effort into getting out there and making it work. First, I needed to finish school. Then, I needed to make money. Then, I needed to find the time. Then … and then nothing.Despite fantasizing about this for over half of my life, the reality never came. And it took me a long time and a lot of negative experiences to finally figure out why: I didn’t actually want it.I was in love with the result—the image of me on stage, people cheering, me rocking out, pouring my heart into what I’m playing—but I wasn’t in love with the process. And because of that, I failed at it. Repeatedly. Hell, I didn’t even try hard enough to fail at it. I hardly tried at all.The daily drudgery of practicing, the logistics of finding a group and rehearsing, the pain of finding gigs and actually getting people to show up and give a shit. The broken strings, the blown tube amp, hauling 40 pounds of gear to and from rehearsals with no car. It’s a mountain of a dream and a mile-high climb to the top. And what it took me a long time to discover is that I didn’t like to climb much. I just liked to imagine the top.Our culture would tell me that I’ve somehow failed myself, that I’m a quitter or a loser. Self-help would say that I either wasn’t courageous enough, determined enough or I didn’t believe in myself enough. The entrepreneurial/start-up crowd would tell me that I chickened out on my dream and gave in to my conventional social conditioning. I’d be told to do affirmations or join a mastermind group or manifest or something.But the truth is far less interesting than that: I thought I wanted something, but it turns out I didn’t. End of story.I wanted the reward and not the struggle. I wanted the result and not the process. I was in love not with the fight but only the victory. And life doesn’t work that way.
Who you are is defined by the values you are willing to struggle for. People who enjoy the struggles of a gym are the ones who get in good shape. People who enjoy long workweeks and the politics of the corporate ladder are the ones who move up it. People who enjoy the stresses and uncertainty of the starving artist lifestyle are ultimately the ones who live it and make it.This is not a call for willpower or “grit.” This is not another admonishment of “no pain, no gain.”This is the most simple and basic component of life: Our struggles determine our successes.
So choose your struggles wisely, my friend.
This post originally appeared on MarkManson.net. Follow @iammarkmanson on Twitter
BAHUBALI - One of the Best Indian Movie Product!
So, 14th July 2015 @ 10:20 pm, after full day's work and a beer, I went to watch Bahubali.
Perception before the movie: Actually, I didn't saw the trailer of the movie, and because a friend booked it, I went to see it. The only few things I saw about the movie was that it has done huge amount of business in few days, so what? Sallu Bhai's Movies does.. SRK's typical romantic movies does.. Aamir PK did..
I though, I will sit relax and if I feel sleepy I will go off to sleep.
Perception during the movie: When movie started, there were little illogical scenes of how a guy climbs on a huge mountain basis a mask, which to the hero's imagination is a awesome Hot Girl.
Moreover, almost 20 people left when the first love song came and the Hero was ripping Heroine and doing some mad romantic illogical steps. I stayed calm, even when my friend said "Ghar Chale Kya ? Sab Log ja rahe h". But till that time also, there quite a few scenes where the story grips you and makes you think, Bhai Waah!
As the movie progressed, it became so much engaging and entertaining that you can't take a susu break too, apart from one more idiotically place song, which reminds me - why do Indian movies need songs to thrive when the other things are good.
And the movie goes on and on and on ... it doesn't let you take your eye off the screen. It just hooks you on. There were several things in movie which beats standard of Indian Cinema. The director has taken the movie to another LEVEL of Indian cinema.
Perception after the movie: Various movie sequences keep coming back to your head, wanting to see more. I wont reveal the suspense as to what happens, but still would say - its sequel should have been released in 2015.
Quite a few thoughts come to my mind -
How would the idea person of the movie would have convinced producer/investor to put 250 Cr for this movie, and that too just the first half of the story?How many presentations and excel sheets would have gone in to it?How many pre-production meetings discussing the details and scaled would have happened to execute this level of project?I think that to think and execute this project with an fantastic final product is in itself a mark of how detailed oriented and execution focussed its people would have been. I truly recommend everyone to go and watch this film in theaters, because on Laptop or TV - you wouldn't understand the scale and breadth of it.
Awaiting its next part in 2016...
5 Best Movies of 2015
2015 was a pretty good year for new movies. Romantic fairytales and powerful biopics, crazy science fiction and epic historical dramas all hit the big screen. We’ve put together a list of the 5 movies that touched and inspired us the most, gave us food for thought and astounded us with their visual effects.
Perhaps you missed some of these, but if so, then you’ll have something to do during the long winter holidays!
A Robinson Crusoe story, except it’s set in space. There’s not a huge amount of what we would call conventional action in this Ridley Scott movie. On of the members of the expedition to Mars (Matt Damon) is unable to leave the red planet with his fellow astronauts in time before a sand storm hits. He spends many gruelling months alone on this far off world trying to figure out how to survive for up to four years. Although it has a relatively straightforward plot at its heart, this movie is utterly captivating and beautifully shot, and its humour and spirit allows the audience to see life with all its difficulties from a different perspective, even if they seem overpowering at first.
Mad Max: Fury Road
A continuation of the story about how a future oil crisis on Earth submerges the planet in war and destruction. Gangs of thugs prowl around ready to tear anyone they see into shreds anybody for a drop of fuel. Even if you haven’t seen the previous parts, this movie is worth a watch. You can almost feel the kinesthetic energy and see the unbelievable beauty of the Namib Desert. You’ll also be reminded once again why Charlize Theron deserves large pay checks.
This film was created by the producer of “Forrest Gump“, Robert Zemeckis. It tells the true story of the professional tightrope walker Philippe Petit who decided to ”walk" between the famous twin towers of the World Trade Center.
This movie recounts the tragic events that happened during an expedition to the Himalayas in 1996. Vivid camera work and intense drama dominate throughout the whole film. This movie will be remembered for a long time.
Criticizing or praising the Bond series makes no difference, because it’s not going anywhere. It will always feature beautiful women, luxurious cars, nerve-wracking chases and of course, the handsome and brilliant Agent 007. Played once again by Daniel Craig, James Bond acquired a more believable character here. Now he is not only the invulnerable and impeccable hero, but he also suffers and shows the pain he experiences. The cast is also brilliant: Ralph Fiennes, Christoph Waltz and Monica Bellucci — need we say more?
PEOPLE ARE AWESOME 2015
Annual compilation of the web’s best viral videos of 2015!
List of Featured Awesome Things:
Russian BASE Jump Swing
Weightlifter Holds Up 100lbs While Doing Chair Splits
Faceteam invades Spain - FIBA Basketball World Cup Iberia Flyers
Boracay Skimboarding - GoPro HD
The Coke Opening Ping Pong Trick Shot | EditingSports
GoPro: Gainer off Ponderosa Bridge
Biggest bicycle jump into a lake
Climbing the invisible spiral staircase
Erfolg kommt dann, wenn du tust, was du liebst
Highest Flying Push-Up
EPIC PARKOUR JUMP
Blind Precision Jump
Patrick Laughlin pulls the first bike to bike transfer
When Brazil meets US football
Zoltan "The Magician" Torkos First Ever Darkslide Flip Surfing
Jeremiah Belledin BOSSIN Ollie Over 15 Decks
Found This Wave in My Laptop - Body Boarder 360
Overshooting a massive kong? Parkour Ukemi
Hippie jump in the event: Dance with me!
NDC Header Challenge
Individual Cycle Sport Stacking World Record 5.000 (William Orrell)
Acrobatic Surfers Perform Various Poses Riding Single Wave
Michal Navratil - jumped from hotel roof in St. Maarten
Man Jumps Over Speeding Car
Kong to underbar
Front Flip of Flat
Tallinn BASE boogie
I am Jenin - Showreel 2012 -
Softball player hits crazy home run
Freestyle kayak loop
Arat, two year old gymnast
Over your gym partner
Skilz - Alex Ryan riding Belgian Steps at #CXNat
Fifty cones in twelve seconds.
FLYCAPTAIN | HOVERBOARD
VAG KAV WHIP SLOW MOTION ACTION
IMPOSSIBLE FRONT FLIPS OVER 10 PEOPLE!! - PirlasV
Epic Gaza Parkour And Free Running
Jet Ski Flips - Aleksandar Petrovic
Dom Domari - Playing With Myself Surfing in the Ocean
Triple kong vault outside
Behind the back Ping Pong Shot!
Tiny Home Adventure
Backflip from swing onto bike
Greek Calisthenics Movement
Slackline Double Backflip