We Asked Kids To Describe Their Dream Houses And Made Them In 3D Then Evaluated Their Worth (16 Pics)

When you were younger, what did your dream home look like? We asked kids between the ages of 4 and 10 to draw us their ideal home, and then we brought those magnificent homes to life through the magic of digital rendering! Each home was then valued by a professional estate agent – and it turns out kids have some pretty pricey imaginations! Check out the super creative drawings and their evaluations: Alya and Zack’s Unicorn Mansion: £5.5 Million Isabella’s Crystal Palace: £4.5 Million Charlie’s Wrestling Ring House: £2.1 Million Berrin’s Underwater Jellyfish Paradise: £35 Million Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

30 Worst Things Seen During Structural Inspections (New Pics)

Bored Panda interviewed Derek Marier from California-based Alpha Structural, Inc. about the strange things that he and his co-workers find during their inspections. In fact, there are so many peculiar finds that Marier makes a weekly thread on Imgur about them and always gets the internet’s attention. In fact, the company already has nearly 11,000 followers on Instagram because of the interesting things that its employees see while on the job. We’ve collected some of the best examples to help showcase that the supernatural might be among us. “Coming across things such as the dolls or a skull shake you up at first. You’re expecting to locate a structural defect but come end up finding something you can almost label …

30 Times People Traveled To Japan And Realized Theyre Too Tall For It

On the other side is Japan; 126 million people squeezed on to four main islands, with a total area 26 times smaller than the USA. The Japanese have learned to be economical with space – whether it be technology, houses or dioramas – which can be an issue when tall people visit the country. Heads are bumped on low doors, showers are too short, and train seats… well, it’s cozy put it that way. #2 Tall In Japan #3 6’3” Lived In A Traditional Japanese House In Japan For Two Months. There Were Lots Of Exposed Wooden Beams Things don’t fit: Many things won’t fit you. At my size, it is not that hard to find fitting clothes or shoes. …