South African Pastor Tells Congregation to Eat Grass to Be Closer to God

South African Pastor Tells Congregation to Eat Grass to Be Closer to God
 
Pastor Lesego Daniel, of Rabboni Centre Ministries, has a highly unusual way of spreading the word of God. He told his congregation that in order for them to be closer to God, they should eat grass. For added effect, the pastor also tramples on the churchgoers when they are prostrated.
 

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14 True Love Stories

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So Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and we would like to share with you these awesome real-life stories told by random people all around the globe to reignite your hope for love in this seemingly desolate world. These days, it seems like true love is simply a myth and romance fades with time what with married couples always divorcing and spouses cheating on one another. These fairy-tale like love stories told by average people speaks of everlasting love that actually exists in this time and age. Prepare your tissues for these stories have all them feels.
 

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20 Incredibly Inaccurate Wax Figures of Celebrities

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If you have been to Madame Tussauds' Wax Museum, you might have felt a little bit unnerved at all the hyper-realistic wax figures of celebrities that look like they are going to blink or burst out in a song at any time. Well these wax statues are a far cry from the realistic ones you have seen in renowned museums, in fact they look really disturbing and creepy. I'm not saying that I can wax work better, all I'm saying is that if you don't have a flair for it, don't do it.
 

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Grass Waterbeds: Hydrologic Phenomenon Known As Lawn Blisters

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Videos have been circulating around on the net showing people jumping up and down on bouncy, swollen patches of grass like a trampoline. It is a hydrologic phenomenon and these spongy grass waterbeds are known as lawn blisters. Yes, apparently even lawns can get blisters too.
 

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Artist Sews Portraits Into His Palms

David Cata
 
This has got to be one of the most bizarre art-forms we have ever came across, next to soap made out of human fat. Spanish artist David Cata has taken embroidery to a whole new level. Armed with a needle and thread, he weaves in and out of the skin on his palms embroidering portraits of people who have made an impact in his life. He calls this series “a flor de piel”, which translates to “Under My Skin”.
 

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