Popular car brands in the world

Mini Minor known as the supreme symbol of British style, design and ingenuity. In 2012 more than 350,000 of this car were sold around the world. The great thing about this superior car is that more than 50 years after first mini road off the assembly lines, they’re still manufactured in oxford, United Kingdom, the place that it was born. The car is known to be global phenomenon and one still proudly made in Britain, however this so “British” car is owned by the Germans. Matter fact its not just this British car that is owned by Germany’s economic power, other British cars such as Bentley  and Rolls Royce. Continue reading…

 

Barbie Doll Wanna Be

It’s almost impossible to find any girl in this world that doesn’t like Barbie dolls.  According to FDM (fashion doll market), over 95% of US female population have or had a Barbie doll. Barbie has been playing an important role in FDM industry in the past 50 – 60 years.  Barbie doll is just too fashionable and gorgeous that girls do anything just to look like her, from dressing Barbie clothes to going under cosmetic surgeries. Continue reading…

 

People who cry blood

Over the past decades there have been few reported cases of rare condition called “haemolacria”. It’s an extremely rare disease that cases people to cry blood instead of eye water.  It is noted that the main cause of these disorder is hormone changes. According to Doctor Jolia Sosool, the cases that have been reported over the past years are normally at their puberty stage.

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Brazilian Family With Six Fingers

Meet this extraordinary Brazilian family, who were all born with six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot. Believe or not all fourteen members of Da Silva family have a rare genetic condition called polydactyli.

Da Silva family who are currently located in the Brasilia (capital of Brazil) are absolutely crazy about Brazil national football team.  Brazil has won a handful of World Cups, but obviously for this family five is just not enough.

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