Here’s our Ripley’s experience guys!
Mr Ripley and Mr Rod
The African Fertility Statues
The statues, representing a king and queen, came from the Ivory Coast of Africa, where they were carved in the 1930s by Baule tribesmen. The king holds a sword and a mango, and the queen holds an infant. The is considered a fertility symbol in parts of Africa. According to legend, the statues are to be placed outside a bedroom door, and couples wishing to conceive should touch them as they enter the room. “We are not making any claims for the statues, but it is amazing just how many women have told us they became pregnant after touching them, even though some of them had been told they would never give birth.”– source from ripleys.com
African Fertility Statues
i didn’t touch the statue! hehe
he was about to touch it! hihi
us trying to twist our tongues, as shown in their video
who wants to get drunk..? 🙂
two different views of the same image.
two views of the same image
a duck or a rabbit??
the answer to above
the answer to above
I, imitating the auntie statue
goofing around, hihi
look who’s busy reading history 😉
this is made of matches, believe it or not? BELIEVE!
An Arab who eats scorpions
history of playing cards
now, these are creepy…
types of barb wires
think i saw this stuff on the the movie “saw”..
now pls don’t use it to Edward, (if you know what i mean) :p
mummified falcon and cat
i have no idea why there was a need to do this!
scared kid 😉
can you guess what is this??
yeah, the caption says it!
I forgot how and why they were doing this shrunken head. I wanted to google it, but as i was browsing, i cannot look at the images and the videos. So, never mind. 🙂
look who’s sitting on the luckiest chair in the world! 🙂
mr handsome sitting on the luckiest chair
a circus performer who could enter an oven heated to 360 Fahrenheit and not coming out until the meat was well cooked. (oh yeah!)
this can’t fit mine
bird caged dwarf
the golden nose
the double eyed man
now this is classic..
standing beside the world’s tallest man
It will never be a waste of time going to Ripley’s museum. A one big experience you should never miss when you go to Genting!