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Archive for October 2020

SpongeBob SquarePants Krabby Patty RC Car Doesn’t Drive Underwater

SpongeBob SquarePants Krabby Patty RC Car Doesn’t Drive Underwater
Ohhhhhh! Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SpongeBob SquarePants! Absorbent and yellow and porous is he! SpongeBob SquarePants! You’ll wish you could shrink down to sponge size and drive through Bikini Bottom in this official Krabby Patty remote-controlled toy car.

The “Smorgasboard” Is a Keyboard with Only Food Keycaps

The “Smorgasboard” Is a Keyboard with Only Food Keycaps
Because I write thousands and thousands of words every week, I got myself a fancy $200 mechanical keyboard with good clicky switches and schmancy RGB backlighting just for fun. I’ve thought about getting some custom keycaps too, but I don’t think I’d be able to type very fast if all of my keys were made to look like food.

When Is a Shoe Not a Shoe? When It’s a Cake, Naturally.

When Is a Shoe Not a Shoe? When It’s a Cake, Naturally.
I’ve heard the old expression “I’ll eat my hat” when betting on something improbable. But I’ve never heard anyone say, “I’ll eat my shoe.” But I’d definitely eat my shoe if it were actually a delicious cake.

MIT Scientists Working on Tech That Can Manipulate Your Dreams

MIT Scientists Working on Tech That Can Manipulate Your Dreams
Dreams are weird enough all on their own. So the idea that technology could be used to influence your dreams seems like it could produce even stranger results. Now, researchers from MIT are developing a system that could do just that.

These Gamer Bookmarks Will Save Your Progress

These Gamer Bookmarks Will Save Your Progress
I’m at a point where I probably do 90% of my reading on some kind of digital device. But there are times it’s just nice to crack open a good old paperback. There’s just something that just feels right about flipping through actual pages rather than swiping on a touchscreen.

Garden Gloves with Claws Make You Look Like a Monster

Garden Gloves with Claws Make You Look Like a Monster
Who knew that garden gloves with claws were a thing? I sure didn’t. It turns out that they are, and they’re meant to make it easier to work in the dirt when you don’t have a shovel handy.

This Fridge Looks Like a Giant Coca-Cola Can

This Fridge Looks Like a Giant Coca-Cola Can
Have a Coke and a smile every time you open up this bright red desktop fridge. It’s the real thing. I’d like to buy the world one… if I could afford it. Coke adds life. Now that I’ve proven my deep knowledge of classic Coca-Cola slogans, it’s time to get back to the product.

Muzen Wild Mini Bluetooth Speaker Review: Small But Mighty Good

Muzen Wild Mini Bluetooth Speaker Review: Small But Mighty Good
There are countless Bluetooth speakers to choose from these days, so if audio companies want people to take notice, you have to do something pretty different. The Muzen Wild Mini speaker is just that. Measuring about 3″ high x 2.25″ wide x 1.375″ deep, this ultra-compact speaker is small enough to carry in the palm of your hand, but this tiny speaker punches way above its class in build and sound quality.

Beauty Is in the Eye(s) of this Beholder Cake

Beauty Is in the Eye(s) of this Beholder Cake
There are some pretty creepy monsters in the world of Dungeons & Dragons, but I think the Beholder is the one that gets me the most. Between its lumpy body, big cyclops eye, pointy teeth, and eyeball tentacles, it’s definitely nightmare fuel.

Classic Monster Ornaments Are Perfect for Your Nightmare Before Christmas

Classic Monster Ornaments Are Perfect for Your Nightmare Before Christmas
Halloween isn’t even here yet, and I’m already starting to see Christmas products show up in stores. I think if you’re going to start buying Christmas items in October, I think you should be able to get some use out of them sooner than the end of November.