Rich people suck. You know it and I know it. They don’t suck just because they are rich. They suck because they encourage companies to make stuff like this. Why Chanel is even making tennis balls, I have no idea.
I will never understand fidget spinners and those who use them. Your lack of self control over your fidgety nature is making spinner manufacturers rich. At least for now. Anyway, check out this video of a guy using an air compressor to spin a fidget spinner to death.
V-MODA has been a leader in the headphone space for a while now, making some excellent gear for your listening pleasure. Now, for the first time, V-MODA is making a Bluetooth speaker, with the aim of providing the same kind of premium build, design, and sound quality found in their headphones.
Look at these slippers, they are creepy, cool, and weirdly ’80s. They are modeled after the ‘Ello worm from Labyrinth, Jim Henson’s classic 1980s fantasy. It seems like everytime I turn around there is some Labyrinth oddity out there.
If you’ve ever played the video game Octodad, you know how difficult it can be to perform tasks using tentacles. Sure, a real octopus can open a jar with its spindly legs, but you’re not a real octopus.
I’ve used a number of computer mice over the years, from the rudimentary upside-down trackball types of days gone by, to high-tech wireless laser and multitouch mice. They each have had their time in the sun at my desk, but it’s time to say goodbye to all of them now that I’ve found the SteelSeries Rival 700.
Forget buying a Nintendo Switch, the Japanese toy kids want these days are these stuffed plush toys that look like gigantic beetles. Strapya-world has a pair of plush beetle toys with one that looks like a giant stag beetle and another that looks like a rhinoceros beetle.
We’ve all been there at some point. You need to measure something and you stand there counting the little marks on your tape measure trying to figure out if its millimeters or centimeters or inches that you need.
Forget your fancy skateboard tricks. This board can actually shoot flames. Ok, it’s more of a flamedropper than a flamethrower, but the effect is super neat, sort of like the flame trails left behind by the DeLorean in Back to the Future.
You know what really ties a room together? A Death Star rug. Especially one with some palm trees and an AT-ST against a Scarif sunset. At least you don’t have to die stealing the plans. You can just buy one.
Aren’t you a little sweet to be a stormtrooper? Check out this cake that looks just like a stormtrooper’s helmet. What I really want is a Stormtrooper helmet cake that I can wear on duty and eat while guarding the halls of the Death Star.
If you have ever known someone who likes to hunt, odds are they have at least a couple animal heads hanging in their homes. You know, those severed heads with the beady eyes that follow you wherever you go.
When my mom couldn’t see me when I was a kid, you better believe that I gave my brother the finger a lot. I would use the “feather” gesture when she was watching. When mom was nearby but the feather didn’t accurately portray how much I wanted to pummel him at the time.
I would say taste the rainbow, but that’s Skittles’ slogan. Starburst’s slogan is apparently “Unexplainably Juicy.” So would this outfit be Unexplainably Juicy Couture? Emily Seilhamer is clearly an awesome seamstress. She wove together this amazing dress out of thousands of Starburst wrappers.