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Guy Creates Huge Portrait Of His Crush Using 840 Rubiks Cubes, Still Gets Rejected

Ouch! How could she say no to this?


Guys, here’s a friendly tip: confessing your love to a person you like should be a special moment. Girls simply dig it when you make an effort, show your sincerity, and use some creativity as you express your feelings. Believe me when I say you’ll have higher chances of winning her love if you do it that way.

Unless, of course, she is totally not into you.

Meet Tong Aoanan, a romantic nerd who just did an impressive feat but still got rejected anyway.

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Source: Shanghaiist

This 27-year-old mechanic created a massive portrait dedicated to the girl of his dreams. What’s amazing about his work though was his medium of choice – Rubiks cube.

It took him 2 months of planning and 3 sleepless days to get the project done.

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Source: Shanghaiist

To complete the one-of-a-kind project, Aoanan shelled out a total amount of $460 and used 840 cubes. On top of that, he spent about two months mapping out the cubes’ color schemes and three sleepless days to finish the gigantic 7.8ft x 13.5ft portrait.

He was, however, rejected by the girl of his dreams.

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Source: Shanghaiist

Although obviously heartbroken (who wouldn’t be, right?), Aoanan said he doesn’t want the negative experience to bring him down.

Speaking about the rejection, Aoanan said “Im not giving it too much thought.”

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Source: Shanghaiist

Aoanan added:

“I simply wanted to surprise her and tell her I like her … but I was rejected.”

So now we’re all left to wonder: What will this guy do with this huge portrait of a girl who has openly admitted she doesn’t like him?

Oh well… Good luck in finding a new lady love, man!


Restaurateur Reacts Harshly to Customers Who Leave Bad TripAdvisor Reviews

For this boss, the customer isn’t always right, apparently.

We have varied opinions, and with the rise of social media, many individuals are freer to express their views on certain topics or issues online.

Nowadays, ordinary men and women rate, suggest, and give constructive (and not-so-constructive) criticisms on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and websites such as TripAdvisor. They would do so if they believe it could keep the public informed about the best and the worst places to go to. Many clients do rely on others’ experience because they wouldn’t want to waste their time and money if they can help it.

A restauranteur from England, however, refuses to accept negative reviews from customers who have visited his Mexican restaurant in Middlewich, Cheshire. Jason Tanfield, the owner of Chimichangos, replies to their comments on TripAdvisor and defends his business---even if it means calling those clients “liars” or being “just plain wrong.”

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Couple Plans To Avoid £25 Parking Fine, Ends Up Losing Their Cars

What a waste – two cars to be disposed of all because of a parking ticket!

Some people would do just about anything just to avoid paying the parking ticket. But this story of a couple who came up with an idea to ditch paying the ticket is just so hilarious, they end up losing their cars.

Twenty-year-old Rebecca Jacques and 33-year-old Gavin Price both owned silver-colored Vauxhaull Corsas that looked identical. The only difference is that Jacques’ car had a device called a “black box recorder,” which measured the mileage and can tell if the car was driven well. If she went past the amount of mileage set on the recorder, her insurance cost would increase.

When she got a new job, she would drive more frequently and this would mean she’s more likely to go over the mileage, but she didn’t want to pay for the rising cost of the insurance.

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Chinese Students Beat Up Their Teacher After He Forcibly Collected a Student’s Exam Paper

Chinese students gang up on teacher in violent classroom rebellion after he tried to forcibly collect a student’s exam paper.

A teacher should be a good example to his or her students; at the same time, students should respect their teachers, but it’s not always the case, especially for an educator and his students in China.

An all-out brawl started inside a classroom when this unidentified teacher forced to collect one of his students’ test paper. The incident was all captured on camera; the footage was uploaded to Chinese website Weibo and quickly went viral, as reported by Yibada.

According to CCTV News, the student refused to hand over the test paper. On the other hand, the teacher didn't like the student’s attitude and grabbed him by the collar.

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