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Game of Thrones Fan Wedding

Game of Thrones super fans Darren Prew and Kerry Ford from Hereford tied the knot as characters Daenerys Targaryen ‘Khaleesi’ and Jon Snow from the hit series, all with the help of online movie & TV streaming service blinkbox.

To celebrate Game of Thrones season 4 landing on blinkbox, blinkbox gave two super fans the ultimate experience — getting married in a Game of Thrones inspired ceremony, complete with a white horse and Wolf Dogs.

The couple and their guests spent fifty hours being transformed into their favourite characters by a team of hair and make-up artists. The wedding took place in the beautiful grounds of Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire — a castle with the same levels of grandeur to that of the fictitious King’s Landing from the series.

That Awkward Moment When You Have to Take the Elevator Because One of Your Friends Cannot Fly…
"Shut up Clark! I could buy the Daily Planet with the money I made while we rode this elevator!"
Oh, Batman xD
(vía Cheezburger)

That Awkward Moment When You Have to Take the Elevator Because One of Your Friends Cannot Fly…

"Shut up Clark! I could buy the Daily Planet with the money I made while we rode this elevator!"

Oh, Batman xD

(vía Cheezburger)

Robot Chicken: Star Trek - The Next Generation’s Night Crew

In this clip from the June 29th episode of Robot Chicken, we find out who runs the bridge of the Enterprise after Picard (guest star Patrick Stewart) goes to bed. Chris Pine voices the night crew’s captain.

Which Was The Best Game? ZELDA: A Link to the Past or Ocarina of Time? [Sequelitis]

Is Ocarina of Time REALLY the masterpiece we all say it is? What did it do to change how Zelda games are made? How much hate mail WILL I get for this?!

WTH: Where’s the Cuttlefish??!?

Cuttlefish change the patterns on their body for courtship rituals, when they eat a snack, and most famously when they want to blend in.

How they change their skin patterns may tell us something about how they see the world, says Duke biologist Sarah Zylinski. Her work suggests that when cuttlefish see incomplete shapes, they fill in the visual blanks — much like humans do.

Do Try This At Home: How to Make Something Invisible [At-Bristol Science Centre]

Invisibility cloaks might sound like science fiction, but Ross of the Live Science Team shows you how a trick of light can make things disappear in this great experiment to try at home!

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