In Japanese folklore Tengu are supernatural creatures and this one recently had his nose removed by some heavy snow. When the rare snowfall in Kyoto broke this Tengu's nose the Japanese people decided to patch it up with a bandaid so that it wouldn't get mad.
There's nothing pretty about meth folks. The drug has screwed up a lot of lives and one Imgur user recently shared some photos from a meth house that was busted a few years ago. The house has remained mostly untouched and the photos show the disturbing conditions in which the occupants lived.
During the ski season of 2015 this person had a bad accident on the slopes that ended with a a broken collarbone and four fractured ribs. It was a tough thing to go though at the time and they'll never forget it because they turned the metal plate that was once inside their body into something that can be worn on the outside.
Italian artist Giuseppe Penone’s hand has been squeezing this tree in Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, since 1968. The hand was attached to a sapling with the idea that over time the tree would thicken around the metal, and it still stands strong today.
Punxsutawney Phil is America's chief meteorologist and every year on Groundhog's Day he's pulled from his stump as everyone waits to find out if he will see his shadow. Unfortunately Phil saw his shadow this year which means winter will be going strong for another six weeks.
Boats can get very expensive and they're not the type of thing that most people feel comfortable building on their own. But one crafty man decided to spend $8,000 on plywood and judging from the boat he built it was money well spent.