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You know, they say everything tastes better deep-fried, and I have to agree. My wife an I always talk about how you could fry up some old shoe leather, and it would taste good. I wonder how a fried Gundam would taste.
I don’t wear sunglasses, but I would if they came mint on action figure cards like these G.I. Joe sunglasses. All fashion accessories should come on geeky cards like this. They would sell a lot more of them, I’m certain.
Last month we saw a pair of custom R2-D2 heels that used components from a toy Artoo to light up and make sounds. Instructables member Seamster used the same tactic but instead of making a shoe, he made a bra that some of you might have been looking for.
Guys hate condoms right? But everybody loves bacon. Now everyone will want to use condoms since they come in… bacon flavor. Like the box says, they “make your meat look like meat.” Now that bacon condoms exist, no children will ever be born again.
If you’re a fan of military-themed real-time strateg games, you’re probably familiar with the game Company of Heroes. Sega has announced that the second game in the franchise is set to start its closed beta early next month.
In a club far, far away, Marco of Picotek Design must be wowing the crowd not just with his beats but with his one-of-a-kind gear as well. His highly modified turntable is based on another highly modified piece of equipment: the freighter-turned-smuggler’s ship Millennium Falcon.
Need more space than what your pocket currently provides you with? Need a discrete compartment to stash stuff that you really want to keep secure? Need a place to store your essentials when you’re out running, biking, or surfing?
If Mickey Mouse is really a mouse, then how come he can stand upright? The same question goes for Minnie.
If you’ve ever wondered what Disney’s most famous characters are made up of on the inside, then wonder no more because DeviantArt artist Alessandro Conti did all the thinking and drawing for you.
To all the people who keep on asking me for instructions on building a replica of Iron Man’s arc reactor (or Wonder Woman’s invisible jet): a) my offer was clearly a joke, b) for the millionth time, I didn’t make the arc reactor, this guy did and c) you’d be better off buying this T-shirt from ThinkGeek.
You’ve done chocolate Easter eggs year in and year out and it’s starting to get boring. If you’re looking for ways to spice up (or rather, pork up) your Easter this year, then why don’t you weave and whip up a couple of these bacon Easter eggs?
Disposable paper plates are wasteful. Unfortunately, they’re one of the few options if you’re having a picnic or hosting an outdoor meal for various reasons. Re-using them doesn’t seem like a very hygienic or practical thing to do, since most get soiled pretty badly after one use anyway.
Last year we heard about a group of students planning to build a ridable hexapod. Now we get to see what such a robot could look like, albeit from a different inventor. This is the Mantis, an all-terrain hexapod built by Matt Denton of Micromagic Systems.