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Reddit's 'Evil Buildings' Is A Treasure Trove Of Villainous Lairs

There are plenty of places to surf architecture porn, but the subreddit r/evilbuildings takes things to a slightly darker place. Chock full of dramatically lit towers, brutalist architecture and dilapidated shacks, the site delivers a mega-dose of spooky structures. Great inspiration for those of you that fantasize about abandoning it all and pursuing a life of crime. Here are some of our favorite creepy user submissions.

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UK Government Tweets Celebratory Photo of Wrong Bridge, and Twitter Is Having a Trolling Field Day

Queensferry Crossing in Scotland is set to open in 2017, and will be the world's longest three-tower cable-stayed bridge. Except that the bridge shared in photo by UK government is not Queensferry Crossing.

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A couple of days ago, we wrote about a mystery Simpsons LEGO set that had emerged on the internet. Now LEGO has officially unveiled the details of what will be the first in a series of sets, starting with the Simpsons' home.

The unveiling features a short walkthrough of the house (without revealing too much) and includes a fascinating explanation on how each of the Simpsons figures are designed and sculpted. LEGO first announced the Simpsons series in August 2013. This first set will be available for purchase in February 2014.