Spring is finally sort of kind of in the air and we’re finally getting a little bit of that warm weather energy back. Anyone in the spirit of things put that new energy to good use this weekend pranking the living daylights out of their friends. Sunday was a free pass for tricks, and a Get Out of Jail Free card for consequences. Most of us are patiently waiting for the best of this weekend’s festivities to show up on Youtube, but they’re not the only place featuring the best April Fools’ Day tricks.
On the heels of the excitement Google’s museum art project created comes another experiment with collecting art. Though not quite as sophisticated as their bigger project, their new one hopes to collect street art from around the world. The tool of the trade is, of course, Google’s street view function.
This is, however, extremely exciting news, as street art is among some of the most impermanent artwork in the world. Murals and graffiti are painted over and buildings and structures change over time. The call to catalogue these works has been long-coming, and the idea of it finally being answered has many hopeful.
Ever feel like talking about all the great sex you’re having, but none of your friends really want to hear about it, especially if they’ve had one too many lonely nights recently? What’s the old adage? Sex isn’t all that important, unless you’re not getting any.
A site was recently launched which lets anyone post a short tweet-like message about the sex they’re having. Just visit IJustMadeLove.com, find the spot of the deed on Google maps and place your marker. The site prompts you for a description, gives you the option of indoor or outdoor lovemaking, and five different positions to choose from.
Strangely the little bunnies and stick figures getting it on are all pink and blue couples. Maybe the creators forgot there are more than just straight couples (or even just pairs of lovers) copulating in the world?
Speaking of blue and pink bunnies, the two in the logo remind me of this old Durex ad [maybe NSFW, it’s just balloon animals though]
There's a world counter totaling the conquests, (over 20k) but the site doesn’t have usernames, so no comparing yourself to others, yet.
As of this posting, Moscow (apparently those Russkies know how to get down) holds the world title with 348 lays in the 24 hours, and New York is leading the US with 158.