If you’ve ever wanted to mail a potato to someone and not even put it in a box, your dreams have come true. Now you can share the starch more easily than ever. Mail A Spud will send an actual potato through the mail to a person of your choice.
Guys if you ever looked at Zelda in her Ocarina of Time outfit and thought “boy would I” and you happen to have a real woman that likes you, you want to buy her this. This is an Ocarina of Time “fit and flare” dress.
There are lots of third party retro-style controllers for PCs, as well as adapters that let you connect original console controllers to your computer. But Bliss-Box’s 4-Play adapter promises to be compatible with the greatest number of old controllers and can connect up to four controllers at once.
If you’ve ever gone abroad you probably had spare coins from the country you visited. You can change it back to your country’s currency or keep it as a memento, but more often than not they’ll just end up stashed in your drawer, “for when you go back.”
Here’s an accessory that Apple’s New MacBook sorely needs. The InfiniteUSB is a USB cable that has a USB port at the back. In other words, it replaces the port that it takes up. Get multiple units and you have a modular USB hub.
This Ping Pong table makes your game go round and round. Forget rectangular Ping Pong games, which are far too straightforward and balanced. Play a game in the round. This fun take on table tennis was created by Singaporean artist Lee Wen.
How’s this for a possible Skyrim mod? Redditor Marcus Hynes aka sylpheed made a map of the region in the style of the London Tube map. There appear to be a few impractical routes – how is the blue-green line supposed to work?
Your LEGO Springfield is not complete without the Kwik-E-Mart. Luckily LEGO has announced an official Qwik-E-Mart playset which will be available this May for $200(USD). The set has 2,179 pieces and you also get Apu, Marge, Homer, Bart, Chief Wiggum and Snake Jailbird minifigs.
I think we can all admit that reading a tape measure is a pain in the arse. I am certainly qualified to use one, but while part of me likes to believe I build things in whole number increments for OCD’s sake, I really do it because I don’t want to have to count the little tick marks on the tape measure in front of my kids.
Japan has some very weird stuff. In fact, I think Japan is the source of most of the weird stuff in the world. Typically, when we talk Burger King, we are talking about some strange food that will be available at their Japanese locations.
Starship Modeler reader Bernard Szukiel spent a total of four years perfecting the details on his 38″ Millenium Falcon scale model, and the result speaks for itself.
The entire ship is made of paper, except for the optical fiber and LEDs that light up the cockpit and gunner’s station.
They told Fluffy that it was unsinkable, but nope, this Titanic Cat Condo has hit an iceberg and is sinking very slowly into the carpet. Now poor Fluffy has to wait for all of those women and children to get a lifeboat.