Massachusetts Couple legally changed middle names to ‘Seamonster’

A Massachusetts area man and woman requested last week to the state of Massachusetts that their middle names be legally changed to “Seamonster.”


Melanie Ann Convery filed a petition with the Commonwealth requesting that she and her husband, Neal James Coughlin, be allowed to change their names to the following: Melanie Seamonster Convery and Neal James Seamonster Coughlin.

Judge Barbara M. Hyland of the Hampden Probate and Family Court legally approved the request.

The couple turned down interview requests so no one is exactly sure why this request was made. As is required by Massachusetts law, the couple’s intended new name was published in a legal notice.

The Art of Photo Manipulation and Illusion

In this surreal  photo manipulation we see a a person’s side profile and head on portrait spliced together. This is what makes surreal photos a challenge for the designers and in the same time, an awesome adventure for the viewers.

Photo manipulation and amazing artwork

Photo manipulation and amazing artwork

The result play’s with our perception as our mind switches between each perspective.

World’s Cutest Criminal – Those eyes could potentially be weaponized

At 7 am on December 1, 18-year-old North Carolina resident Alysa Suguro Bathrick surrendered to police and produced a mug shot better than most Facebook profiles. Alysa was only arrested on minor drug charges.

Alysa Suguro Bathrick mugshot

Alysa Suguro Bathrick mugshot

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