Google Street View Sightseeing

Although human-sized, this Space Marine is probably the world’s largest, as most are only 2″ tall #streetview via Liam H

Wednesday, 17th June 2009

Perfect for poor “in the doghouse” jokes, this Canine-shaped B&B is also claimed as the World’s Biggest Beagle

Wednesday, 17th June 2009

This working girl is clearly working her ass off

Wednesday, 17th June 2009

With their strangely-shaped UFOs, one suspects the aliens are mocking us! #streetview (via Ludger Paffenholz)

Wednesday, 17th June 2009

Godzilla takes a stand against the tyranny of mobile phone masts!

Wednesday, 17th June 2009

Exhibit ‘A’, a motorbike that has recently been involved in an accident Lets hope the rider was ok.

Tuesday, 16th June 2009

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