Yes, you read that title correctly. This mattress is made of gummy bears. Can you even imagine what it would be like to sleep on this thing? Well, probably very gummy. I bet you are thinking it would be soft, but I think it would be super hard.
Imagine a future where the world runs out of juice boxes. Hordes of angry toddlers take to the wilds in their souped up Power Wheels to fight to the death for what little juice remains. In that violent, dirty, thirsty future world, the tots would drive these cars.
Mark Nathan Willetts submitted his prototype for an Alien Power Loader set to LEGO Ideas, but they rejected it because of the franchise’s violent nature. Which I find weird given that LEGO approved the Exo Suit.
I am a big fan of Japanese food, so long as I can identify what it’s made from and it’s cooked. The food can’t involve fish, or wasabi, or guts of any sort. Mostly I like Japanese steak and chicken with rice.
Bait your kids into taking a bath with these awesome hooded towels made by Etsy shop Middle Brained Canvas. They’re based on Star Wars, Harry Potter, Disney movies and of course dinosaurs.
I want that white dinosaur towel so bad.
In my house, you can’t find an empty outlet. We have smartphones, tablets, kitchen gadgets, laptops, TVs, and all sorts of weird things my wife keeps that are supposed to make it smell good. If you want to plug in a smartphone to charge around here, odds are you have to unplug something else first.
While some geeky gift box subscriptions offer merchandise related to your favorite games, the new UK-based My Retro Game Box actually sends video games, albeit used ones from classic systems.
For about $35 (USD) you’ll get one to three used games from cartridge-based consoles every month.
Let your cats assemble into one crazy giant cat to fight evildoers throughout the universe with this Voltron Cat Condo. This thing stands almost six feet tall, and once your cats get in it, you will learn to fear your cats and obey every meow.
ThinkGeek has what may be the greatest way to access your favorite games on Steam. It’s called the Steam-Powered Gaming Cabinet and it is literally powered by steam. Archer would have a field day with this thing.
If you were on a quest to design the perfect toilet seat, what would you base the design on? Likely something that is sleek, elegant and durable. Something like the MacBook Air, which is popular for its visual design and physical properties.
Every year ThinkGeek comes up with an April Fools’ joke product that you want to be real. The EnCounter Wearable Interactive Quest is one of those ideas. It’s a fitness tracker that turns your movements and activities into tabletop RPG quests.