Soap is important. We need it to keep our bodies clean, wash the grime of subway poles off our hands and stuff into our kid's mouths when they curse. There's a huge market for the stuff; soap exists for extra-sensitive skin, can be scented or unscented, infused with herbs and comes in liquid or solid form. However necessary, it all sounds kind of boring,which might explain why so many people have begun making their own soaps in a variety of fun and unique shapes. Here are 30 weird and awesome soap designs.
With various tattoos covering 95% of her body, Julia Gnuse has been acknowledged as the world’s most tattooed woman. What started out as a desperate solution to cover up lesions, caused by a severe skin condition, turned into a true passion, that earned Julia Gnuse a spot in the Guinness Book of Records, for the most tattooed woman on Earth. Miss Gnuse, also known as the “Illustrated Lady” suffers from porphyria, a disease that causes the skin to blister when exposed to sunlight. When doctors told her the only medicine that could help her, could also induce blinding, she decided to turn to tattoos, to cover the blisters on her legs. A plastic surgeon suggested she tattoo her body the same color as the blisters, but since that was so hard to reproduce, she settled for some really colorful tattoos. At first it was just her legs, than she moved up to her stomach, arms and back, and be fore she knew it she was hooked on ink. She just kept adding tattoos, ranging from cartoons, film characters to jungle scenes.
Mark Perkins has spent the last 25 years putting together an unmatched collection of vehicles from famous movies and TV series. Mr. Perkins says owning a Ferrari or a Bentley is nice too, but he’s just not that type of guy. He’s rather interested in finding and acquiring famous vehicles that everyone recognizes. After a quarter century of scouring for this definitive movie motors, he’s now the proud owner of the original Flintstones car, Del Boy’s Reliant Regal, Batman’s Batcycle, Mr. Bean’s Mini, Starsky and Hutch’s Ford Torino, and the Aston Martin James Bond drove in Goldfinger. He also owns replicas of the Batmobile, the Ghostbusters’ Ectomobile and Noddy’s Toyland car. They’re all stored in his basement , in Ascot, Berkshire. Aware of their value, Mark Perkins has insured them for a hefty sum, 500,000 pounds.
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