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The Wall of Awesome.

4 Ratings: 5.0
A collection of the things you love in awesome visual form.

A place where you can express yourself visually with a collection of images of your favorite things.  Doesn't matter what it is. If you think it's awesome, put it here.  No text, no explanations necessary. Don't tell us about what you like: … see full wiki

3 reviews about The Wall of Awesome.
review by . December 18, 2009
posted in City Lifestyle
I'm a big fan of sleek design and anything that's sensational to the eyes. This Wall of Awesome is such a great idea I thought well, why not, let's show others what we love. A picture speaks a thousand words, does it not? So, with all these pictures, I hope I've showed you what I like in terms of designs and fine lifestyle! Nah, I don't own any of them, but who knows may be one fine day! :-)      ENJOY...            …
review by . December 05, 2009
                                                         Let's face it! This is way too addictive & I'd like to personally flog the individual who brought to this to the masses as it's way time consuming although quite fun in the long run. Hehe Only kidding! I don't really mean it. Don't know what …
review by . December 04, 2009
posted in Awesomeness
wall of awesome
   …by my buddy the trashcanman. Figured I’d piggy-back on his excellent idea of a “wall of awesome” since he wanted to see what I would include and would strangle a kitten to see what I had on mind. Wanted to do a “wall of weird” but that will come later. Anyway, the following are photos of favorite stuff to come from all sorts of media. I am attaching the music to Miike’s “ONE MISSED CALL” for your enjoyment. ENJOY Part One!   …
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