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    South Korean girl takes selfie near a giant yellow rubber duck in Seokchon Lake on October 15, 2014 in Seoul, South Korea.

    Photo: October 1, 2014/Getty Images

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    The large Rubber Duck, created by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, is on display in Seoul until November. 14th.

    Photo: October 1, 2014/Getty Images

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    Pumpkins cleverly grown into the shape of Frankenstein's monster are being sold this Halloween in America. California farmer Tony Dighera has perfected a complex organic technique where the pumpkin grows inside a plastic tub, shaped to the face of Mary Shelley's ghoulish creature. "It took me about four years?and $40,000 in experiments with 27 varieties of pumpkin before I got the formula right,"

    Photo: October 14, 2014/Splash News

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    Honk Honk! Taxi drivers of New York City in "sexy" 2015 calendar.

    Photo: October 13, 2014/Splash News

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    The firemen have one so why not the cabbies? New York City's "sexiest" yellow cab characters are celebrated in this new calendar for 2015.

    Photo: October 13, 2014/Splash News

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    The humourous photos feature "NYC's finest taxi drivers" flaunting their manly contours in all their hairy, chubby glory. Driver Joe Kritz, 37, is the bare-chested and brazen Mr December: "I was inspired by Zoolander when I was doing it," The New Jersey resident told the NY Daily News, referring to the Ben Stiller comedy movie from 2001.

    Photo: October 13, 2014/Splash News

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    Thirteen road heroes appear - including Giovanny and Janie Ospina, a husband and wife cab driver combo. Shot by Big Apple residents Philip Kirkman and Shannon McLaughlin a portion of each sale goes to the University Settlement "America's oldest settlement house" which brings education, housing, and literacy programs to low-income immigrants.

    Photo: October 13, 2014/Splash News

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    The calendar costs $14.99 USD and ships globally.

    Photo: October 13, 2014/Splash News

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    If the unrelenting pace of modern life is proving too much, you may want to try this. Student Lorenz Potthast invented this 'Decelerator' helmet which lets you experience the world in slow motion.

    Photo: October 9, 2014/Splash News

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    The space-age like device is a shiny aluminium dome that records the outside world view from a camera in the front. It then processes it through a computer to a screen to beam it in front of the wearer's eyes while the slow-motion is controlled by a handheld remote.

    Photo: October 9, 2014/Splash News

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    "The first three minutes are just confusing, but then you get a feel for it and you become the director of your own perception," Lorenz, from Germany, told a UK newspaper.

    Photo: October 9, 2014/Splash News

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    "It's alienating, because you're experiencing time at a different speed to your own surroundings so you can't really interact, but it's also somehow fascinating.

    Photo: October 9, 2014/Splash News

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    James Franco even more colorful with this activity book.

    Photo: October 8, 2014/Splash News

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    Made by British illustrator Mel Elliott the 'Colour Me Good' tome features the Spring Breakers star, 36, in various situations - ready to be attacked with your brightest crayons.

    Photo: October 8, 2014/Splash News

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    "If Franco gets your juices going, this book is a must have for a rainy afternoon, or whilst snuggled up in bed first thing in the morning," said the designer, who is based in Hastings, England.

    Photo: October 8, 2014/Splash News

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    "Forget taking #bedselfies, get colouring him good," she joked, in reference to Franco's penchant for posting half naked selfie photographs of himself. The book costs about 12 dollars.

    Photo: October 8, 2014/Splash News

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    A man who dives in human poo for a living says he actually loves his job. Brendan Walsh runs a commercial diving business in Melbourne, Australia.

    Photo: October 7, 2014/Splash News

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    "Our Motto is 'anything wet' meaning we will literally tackle any problem in a wet environment," he said proudly. "We do general maintenance work at sewage farms and rebuild pumps or clear blockages for example". Australia's sewage farms employ divers because they do not use harmful chemicals remove human waste clogs.

    Photo: October 7, 2014/Splash News

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    "We find lots of false teeth and male and female hygiene products," he said. "When we emerge we quite often have condoms hanging off us too," explained the diver/mechanic. "It's also apparent that people also don't digest their corn very well".

    Photo: October 7, 2014/Splash News

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    Walsh has been doing the messy job for 15 years but says he's "never worked a day" in his life because he enjoys it so much. "It's very thick and you can't see anything down there," said the enthusiast, who runs the East West Dive and Salvage business. "It's more like walking than swimming sometimes".

    Photo: October 7, 2014/Splash News

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    We just found out why grumpy cat is so grumpy!! He has to do photo shoots like this all over the country...

    Photo: October 3, 2014/Getty Images

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    Grumpy Cat, poses with the Grump-O-Lantern carved from a stencil created by sculptor Ray Villafane available to comsumers at www. Petsmart.com during the Grumpy Cat Meets First-Ever Grump-O-Lantern Face-to-Face At PetSmart Store In Surprise, AZ.

    Photo: October 3, 2014/Getty Images

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    Here's the 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy currently stuck in US customs after traveling to Florida from Asia. The encased, mummified body of what's believed to have been a nine-year-old girl was en route to West Palm Beach, Florida, to star in 'Afterlife: Tombs and Treasures of Ancient Egypt', a museum exhibit at South Florida Science Center and Aquarium. But officials at Miami International Airport intercepted the artifact because of several ivory pieces, which have strict regulations to protect endangered elephants, that were boxed up with it. Staff at the science center are handling the holdup a sense of humor. "This poor girl has waited 3,000 years for her doctor's appointment and the doctor is in and the hospital is ready," director Lew Crampton said. "Everybody is waiting." For now, red tape is keeping the mummy in limbo but isn't expected to hold up the exhibition's October 11 start date.

    Photo: October 3, 2014/Splash News

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    The Latest Banksy!

    Photo: October 2, 2014/Splash News

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    After it was confirmed a genuine piece. The local council covered the artwork with a clear plastic sheet to protect it from vandalism.

    Photo: October 2, 2014/Splash News

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    Forget about the iPhone 6. Here's the NoPhone. The smartphone-shaped device doesn't have a super fast processor, a camera or the last software.

    Photo: October 1, 2014/Splash News

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    In fact, it is just a hunk of plastic that the designers say will cure your addiction to your phone. It is being billed as a "technology-free alternative to constant hand-to-phone contact that allows you to stay connected to the world".

    Photo: October 1, 2014/Splash News

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    The makers say: "With a thin, light and completely wireless design, the NoPhone acts as a surrogate to any smart mobile device, enabling you to always have a rectangle of smooth, cold plastic to clutch without forgoing any potential engagement with your direct environment.

    Photo: October 1, 2014/Splash News

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    A glittering, heart-shaped solar plant is being built on the Pacific island of New Caledonia. Dubbed as " the world's most beautiful power station" the heart will begin producing energy for 750 homes from early 2015. Made by solar company Conergy the 2MW "Heart of New Caledonia" was commissioned by local beverage company Froico SA.

    Photo: September 30, 2014/Splash News

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    It is expected to save around 2m tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions in the 25 years following its launch. "It will also probably be the world's first beautiful PV plant, and perhaps the first beautiful power station of any description, anywhere on the planet," said David McCallum, managing director of Conergy Australia who said it could become a famous landmark like the region's Coeur de Voh. The French overseas territory is currently dependent on polluting oil, gas and coal power.

    Photo: September 30, 2014/Splash News

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    'The Walking Dead' released a new 'human flesh' burger.

    Photo: September 30, 2014/Getty Images

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    A 'Zombie' member of staff tries the new 'human flesh' tasting burgers to coincide with the launch of Season 5 of 'The Walking Dead' at Corbet Place Bar & Lounge on September 29, 2014 in London, England.

    Photo: September 30, 2014/Getty Images

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    Surf's pup! Canine competitors take part in the 6th annual dog surfing contest at Huntington Beach in California.

    Photo: September 29, 2014/Splash News

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    The playful pooches rode the waves at the Surf City Surf Dog event, which was sponsored by Petco.

    Photo: September 29, 2014/Splash News

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    Bulldogs, dalmatians, corgis and mixed breeds were amongst the contestants, who were cheered on by the crowd and photographed by members of the 'puparazzi'.

    Photo: September 29, 2014/Splash News

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    The waves were particularly large this year and many of the dogs got a dunking as they tumbled off the boards.

    Photo: September 29, 2014/Splash News

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    But over all it was an adorable puppy event!

    Photo: September 29, 2014/Splash News

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    Hopefully the pups had a good time.

    Photo: September 29, 2014/Splash News

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    A mysterious time capsule from 1901 has been found inside the head of a lion-shaped statue in Boston.

    Photo: September 26, 2014/Splash News

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    The copper sculpture, along with a golden unicorn, have been famous fixtures of Washington Street in the New England city for many years. An old rumor persevered that there was a time capsule built inside the lion's head. Last week the lion was removed as part of a restoration effort and a fiber optic camera was used to confirm the story.

    Photo: September 26, 2014/Splash News

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    Staff at the Bostonian Society, which operates a museum at the Old State House, are now figuring out how to remove the box without harming the historic art work. "The Bostonian Society is excited to see what is inside the time capsule. We hope to open it sometime next week," the organization wrote on their Twitter page. Once the contents have been unveiled the society plans to implant a new capsule inside the lion.

    Photo: September 26, 2014/Splash News

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    Central Park Horse Show in NYC!

    Photo: September 25, 2014/Splash News

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    Australian Horseman, Guy McLean poses in Wollman Rink with 4 of his horses as part of the Central Park Horse Show.

    Photo: September 25, 2014/Splash News

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    Now that's what you call a sandwich. A fast food lover has created this 'Alphabet Sandwich', featuring 26 different toppings each of which begins with a different letter of the alphabet, crammed between two slices of white bread. The ingredients list runs from A to Z!

    Photo: September 18, 2014/Splash News

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    Krispy Kreme has created the UK's biggest ever box of doughnuts, the Double Hundred Dozen to celebrate the launch of the retailers new Occasions service that allows customers to purchase big, personalised orders for special events.

    Photo: September 18, 2014/Splash News

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    'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' cast members attend a Photocall at the Fairfield Halls in Croydon, Surrey.

    Photo: September 18, 2014/Splash News

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    Here's Kanye West as a finger puppet. The controversial rapper has been immortalized as a tiny felt figure by artist Melanie Howard.

    Photo: September 16, 2014/Splash News

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    The Jay-Z puppet.

    Photo: September 16, 2014/Splash News

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    Bob Marley puppet.

    Photo: September 16, 2014/Splash News

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    The John Travolta puppet.

    Photo: September 16, 2014/Splash News

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    The Dude as puppet. Adorable.

    Photo: September 16, 2014/Splash News

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    Mr. T as a tiny puppet.

    Photo: September 16, 2014/Splash News

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    Circus artists perform during the World Festival of Circus Art IDOL in Moscow, Russia.

    Photo: September 15, 2014/Getty Images

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    Russian Yulia Denisenko of Polar Lights perform during the World Festival of Circus Art IDOL in Moscow, Russia.

    Photo: September 15, 2014/Getty Images

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    The famous circus artists from 16 countries attends to the World Festival of Circus Art.

    Photo: September 15, 2014/Getty Images

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    Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' by artist Paul Cummins, made up of 888,246 ceramic poppies fills the moat of the Tower of London, to commemorate the First World War in London, England.

    Photo: September 15, 2014/Getty Images

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    Each ceramic poppy represents an allied victim of the First World War and the display is due to be completed by Armistice Day on November 11, 2014.

    Photo: September 15, 2014/Getty Images

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    After Armistice Day each poppy from the installation will be available to buy for 25 GBP.

    Photo: September 15, 2014/Getty Images

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    It's not exactly gangsta rap. These 'cookie stamps' let you bake biscuits with the world's most famous rappers on them.

    Photo: September 12, 2014/Getty Images

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    Late hip-hop stars Tupac Shakur, Notorious B.I.G and Eazy-E appear on these Baking With My Homies stamps, which cost $9.99 USD for three from foodiggity.com

    Photo: September 12, 2014/Getty Images

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    Tasty!

    Photo: September 12, 2014/Getty Images

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    A 33-year-old slice of Princess Diana and Prince Charles' wedding cake has sold at auction for 1,375 USD, approximately 825 GBP. The "extremely rare" cake was still in the original white and silver presentation box it came in, and was dated Buckingham Palace, 29th July 1981.

    Photo: September 12, 2014/Getty Images

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    Meet the alleged burglar who fell asleep on the job next to a bag full of stolen jewelry. Cops snapped this photo of Dion Davis as he snoozed away on the bed inside a Florida home they claim he had broken into.

    Photo: September 11, 2014/Splash News

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    Homeowners discovered the would be thief passed out next to incriminating evidence at the house in Nokomis on September 8. Davis was arrested and charged with burglary.

    Photo: September 11, 2014/Splash News

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    This 3D printed, robotic bird can fly up to 50 miles (80 km) per hour - scaring off intruders in its airspace. Developed by engineering experts in the Netherlands the flapping "Robirds" are designed to lessen bird activity near farmland, airports and wind turbines. Two Robirds are currently being perfected, a falcon and the larger eagle.

    Photo: September 11, 2014/Splash News

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    oth aim to fool regular birds into thinking they are real life birds of prey - a difficult feat considering scientists are still uncertain exactly how the flapping of wings causes flight. The parts are 3D printed, assembled then painted to match the markings of the real species as closely as possible. "If it doesn't look like a predator, the birds don't care. And if it doesn't move like a predator, they don't care either," creator Nico Nijenuis of Clear Flight Solutions told Wired magazine.

    Photo: September 11, 2014/Splash News

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    Iconic faces get the candy treatment in these one-off portraits.

    Photo: September 10, 2014/Splash News

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    Check out these celebrity portraits made entirely from sweet treats. Florida based artist Cristian Ramos has immortalized some of the world's most famous faces with countless gummy bears, liquorice, M&Ms, bubble gum and mints.

    Photo: September 10, 2014/Splash News

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    The likes of Justin Bieber, Marylin Monroe, Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj are featured in this remarkable collection of one-off pieces.

    Photo: September 10, 2014/Splash News

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    Each one contains more than 5,000 individual sweets and takes hours of meticulous work to finish for the Mexico-born artist, 34.

    Photo: September 10, 2014/Splash News

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    Yum.

    Photo: September 10, 2014/Splash News

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    Egg on his face? A theft suspect poses for a messy mugshot in Florida. Arie Patterson was covered in a mystery substance when he was booked following an arrest in Hallandale on September 4, 2014. The 36-year-old was arrested on suspicion of a misdemeanor theft charge. Cops have not revealed what was on the suspect's face.

    Photo: September 9, 2014/Splash News

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    A rare, and undeniably adorable, red panda has been born in Tennessee. The species has a high infant mortality rate so caretakers took "a hands-off approach" - supervising the cub through hidden cameras in the animal's den at the Nashville Zoo.

    Photo: September 8, 2014/Splash News

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    "The mother has done a great job of nursing and caring for the baby," said Zoo supervisor Karen Rice. Visitors will be able to see the fluffy cutie in the autumn, before she is paired with a mate for breeding. Endangered red pandas are part of the Species Survival Program from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Known for their appealing "teddy bear-like appearance" the furry mammals are native to the mountains of Central China, Nepal and northern Myanmar (Burma) where their habitat is in severe jeopardy. "Red panda mothers are very prone to stress and easily agitated, which could cause them to reject or unintentionally harm the cubs," added Karen Rice.

    Photo: September 8, 2014/Splash News

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    Record-breaking droughts in California are causing a surge in businesses that spray paint brown lawns back to green.

    Photo: September 4, 2014/Splash News

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    Lack of rain, water rationing and high fines for hosepipe use are acting as incentive for residents to fork out a few hundred dollars to fake that lush, verdant look with dyes.

    Photo: September 4, 2014/Splash News

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    According to most manufacturers of the lawn paints, the pigments also contain fertilizers - which can help prevent the grass from dying completely.

    Photo: September 4, 2014/Splash News

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    Would you be able to tell the difference?

    Photo: September 4, 2014/Splash News

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    Drew McClellan is doing a roaring trade with his company Lucky Lawns in Long Beach, California. He says the procedure allows people to drastically reduce their watering "and still have a lawn that looks great."

    Photo: September 4, 2014/Splash News

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    Here's 'The Simpsons' home town of Springfield - made out of LEGO. Fan, Matt De Lanoy, used thousands of the colorful bricks to meticulously recreate famous landmarks from the hit TV cartoon, including the Kwik-E-Mart, Springfield Elementary School and Moe's Tavern.

    Photo: September 3, 2014/Splash News

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    LEGO expert and graphic designer Matt, 36, said: "When people see the layout I want them to be able to recognize the landmarks, even if they're just casual fans."

    Photo: September 3, 2014/Splash News

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    He said he spent months making the approximately 50 sq ft replica, which also includes Homer's workplace, the nuclear power plant. But he doesn't know exactly how many bricks he used - or how much it cost.

    Photo: September 3, 2014/Splash News

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    'If I know how many pieces there are, then I could get a rough estimate of how much money I've put into the project, and if I knew that, it might stop me from building before I've even begun,' he told Wired.com.

    Photo: September 3, 2014/Splash News

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    But Matt, who lives in the US, does admit to having more than 500,000 bricks. It comes after LEGO released a series of official 'Simpsons' 'minifigures' earlier this year, some of which Matt has used in his design.

    Photo: September 3, 2014/Splash News

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    The company also released an official model of 'The Simpsons' house at 742 Evergreen Terrace. But Matt didn't use it because it was too big, so he made another. It also includes the Krusty Burger fast food joint, and the Jebediah Springfield statue.

    Photo: September 3, 2014/Splash News

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    Cast members perform during the launch of Cirque du Soleil's Kooza at The Royal Albert Hall on September 2, 2014 in London, England. Tickets for Kooza go on sale today and will be on show at the Royal Albert Hall from January 3 - February 19, 2015.

    Photo: September 2, 2014/Splash News

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    Cast members perform during the launch of Cirque du Soleil's Kooza at The Royal Albert Hall on September 2, 2014 in London, England. Tickets for Kooza go on sale today and will be on show at the Royal Albert Hall from January 3 - February 19, 2015.

    Photo: September 2, 2014/Splash News

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    Cast members perform during the launch of Cirque du Soleil's Kooza at The Royal Albert Hall on September 2, 2014 in London, England. Tickets for Kooza go on sale today and will be on show at the Royal Albert Hall from January 3 - February 19, 2015.

    Photo: September 2, 2014/Splash News

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    Two 'live' dinosaurs meet at Natural History Museum yesterday in Los Angeles, California.

    Photo: August 28, 2014/Splash News

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    Two 'live' dinosaurs meet at Natural History Museum yesterday in Los Angeles, California.

    Photo: August 28, 2014/Splash News

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    Two 'live' dinosaurs meet at Natural History Museum yesterday in Los Angeles, California.

    Photo: August 28, 2014/Splash News

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    Two 'live' dinosaurs meet at Natural History Museum yesterday in Los Angeles, California.

    Photo: August 28, 2014/Splash News

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    Two 'live' dinosaurs meet at Natural History Museum yesterday in Los Angeles, California.

    Photo: August 28, 2014/Splash News

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    Two 'live' dinosaurs meet at Natural History Museum yesterday in Los Angeles, California.

    Photo: August 28, 2014/Splash News

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    Here's a way to capture the moment he or she - hopefully - says 'Yes'. The 'Ring Cam' features a tiny camera inside a ring box that records the proposal.

    Photo: August 27, 2014/Splash News

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    It is the brainchild of a group of American students who came up with the idea one of their friends was looking for a way to capture their partner's reaction.

    Photo: August 27, 2014/Splash News

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    It features a button on top that you press and hold for three seconds to start and stop recording in high-definition video - and 'superior' audio. The creators say: "The Ring Cam uses a wide angle lens so you don't have to really have to aim the camera.

    Photo: August 27, 2014/Splash News

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    Teenagers uses a cracked, buckled street caused by the 6.0 earthquake as a skate park on Meadowbrook Drive in Napa.

    Photo: August 26, 2014/Splash News

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    A cracked, buckled street caused by an earthquake that was recorded as 6.0 on the Richter scale has been turned into a skate park by teenagers on Meadowbrook Drive in Napa.

    Photo: August 26, 2014/Splash News

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    Sandybrook Lane nearby suffered similar damage, but was quieter.

    Photo: August 26, 2014/Splash News

 
 

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