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Guy Travels the World With a Godzilla Figurine Named Ryan

The best travel buddy ever!

They say traveling is fun and that you have to do it while you are still young. It holds true that people love to travel, and they do it along with their friends, families, and/or loved ones. But there is a guy who travels around the world in a very different way. He basically travels with a Godzilla figure – which he even named as Ryan.

The two has been travel buddies for quite some time now. He bought it from a comic shop as a souvenir, and it only cost him $8. He then started taking photos of Ryan in every landmark he visited. After uploading the Photoshopped images on Instagram, he quickly gained a huge following.

Check out their awesome travel adventures below and who knows? You might just be inspired to find yourself a Ryan!

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He said that it all started after he realized just how cool it was to see Ryan sitting next to a landmark. He then decided to do it together with the figurine which eventually led to him learning Photoshop. Each of the images on his Instagram page took about 4 hours to be completed. He also explained that he does not get paid for doing it and he just does it for fun, according to him.

If you want to see more of their travel shenanigans, go ahead and check their official Instagram page. We bet you are going to like the idea of traveling alongside a figurine or something.

Well, in any case, do not forget to let us know what you think about their adventures. We would definitely love to hear from you!

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High-Class Escort Says That Her Job Is “No Different From Being An Athlete”

“You use your body in an intimate way, but people see it in a negative light.”

The oldest profession in the world will always have a stigma attached to it. But "Courtesan Cara," a 28-year old social escort in Singapore, hopes to change people's perception with her line of work. According to her, “A prostitute is no different from an athlete or a construction worker.”

In an interview with Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore, Cara shares her stories about being a prostitute. She has no trouble admitting the obvious, that social escorting is prostitution.

“I think anyone who has sex with money is a prostitute, people want to sugar coat it of course,” she said.

She was referring to other escorts who want to downplay their services and claiming that what they are selling is their time and companionship, not merely their bodies....

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Camgirl Explains on Twitter Why Women Need To Be Rude Towards Men In Public Sometimes

What started out as an innocent small talk turned into something creepy.

It’s a common scenario where a guy would approach a girl in a non-intimidating way, attempting to start a friendly small talk with her. It’s either the girl continues the conversation and finds a new friend or she dismisses the guy, feeling like a total bitch later on.

People should understand that it’s a usual reaction for women to appear as standoffish when they’re approached by a man they don’t know. And Twitter user Lily Evans, who also describes herself as an “artist and camgirl” may have just explained why this is so by sharing her story on social media. (Note: Evans’ Twitter is NSFW and is intended for adults.)

Evans started her thread with an appropriate title.

While walking her dog, a stranger started being friendly around her and asked her questions.

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Meet the Chinese Man Who Survived 133 Days Alone On a Wooden Raft at Sea

Not only did he kill sharks for food, he also drank their blood to quench his thirst.

During World War II, Chinese native Poon Lim and 52 other individuals were onboard a British Ship traveling from Cape Town to Surinam. The Germans, however, intercepted them about 750 miles east of the Amazon. And in two minutes, a pair of torpedoes were launched and sank the ship. Eventually, Poon was the only survivor left. Hence holding the world record for the longest time spent surviving as a castaway at sea.

Poon was basically on a ship named Ben Lemmond. Although it was armed, speed wasn't one of its strengths. His father sent him to join his brothers on the British passenger freight to work as a cabin boy. Both his father and mom believed that he and his brothers would be drafted to fight against the rapidly-advancing Japanese army.

After his ship was sunk by the German troops, Poon spent 133 days at sea.

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As the ship began sinking, Poon immediately grabbed a life jacket and jumped overboard. Had he not done it, he would have been burned by the explosion. Luckily for him, he found a floating eight-foot square wooden raft. It even had a couple of tins full of biscuits and chocolates, a bag of sugar lumps, a flashlight, two smoke pots, flares, and a forty-liter jug of water. ...

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