Add-ons are so popular nowadays. You can just buy something to attach to your chair or table or couch or computer instead of having to buy a new piece of furniture or electronic device to enjoy the same benefits.
A lot of time and resources have been devoted to finding an alternative means of fuel, since the world is fast running out of fossil fuels. Some say that we’re already past peak oil, while others say that we are quickly approaching such point before the rate of petroleum extraction enters a terminal decline.
In a world with over two billion people, sometimes life can get a little bit too crowded. It’s not always easy (or possible) to run into an empty room and lock yourself in it whenever you need some alone time.
Global warming and climate change are a drag. The effects of such phenomena are clearly prevalent nowadays. I’ve never seen so much rain fall during the supposedly warm months of summer as it did this year where I live.
Sometimes, I wake up in the morning feeling like crap and the trip to the bathroom that follows gives rise to even more crappy feelings. A new zit forming at the tip of my nose! A new wrinkle on my forehead or near my eye (even though I’m still in my twenties)!
My dad loved his old, ratty couch to pieces. It was the one he sat on for all those Super Bowl games and NBA Finals through the years, and it showed. My mom was always ragging on him to either throw it out or get it upholstered, and he obviously chose the latter.
These days, you can do anything and find almost everything with applications that you can download and run on your phone. You can bang out some awesome beats without needing any drumsticks with the TableDrum, get a virtual boob job and some lipo on the side with BuildMyBod, and name your future son/daughter with the Kick to Pick app.
You might recall that new tube design called SavePaste that some smart folks came up with to help get every bit of toothpaste out of the tube. The last dollops of paste left inside the tube might not amount to a whole lot of dollars’ worth, but the point is recycling and not letting things unnecessarily go to waste.
Now that you’ve cleared up your iPhone’s pipes with the iPlunge, it’s time to do a bit of tweaking with the iWrench. If your old iPlunge iPhone stand is already broken or stuck in some iToilet somewhere, then it’s time to replace with something that continues the plumbing theme it drew upon with this stand right here.
Let's see. When I was thirteen, I cared about getting good grades, obsessed over whether I should grow my hair out or get a boy cut, and surfed the web with prepaid Internet cards (yes, I used to do that, and it feels like ages ago. Which it sort of really is.)
One of the first games I got hooked to on the PC was Solitaire. Our computer then ran on Windows ’95, with a wonderful CRT monitor that cost more than laptops do these days. I would try to finish the game as quickly as possible, and gaze proudly at the screen when the cards would go berserk and flying all over the screen when I won the game.
A woman (who hates it when her significant goes drinking or partying) must have been behind the Ultimate Party Animal Costume because aside from the great attention to detail (you get more than just a plain old printed shirt here), there’s also a drunken monkey mask included in the set.
A lot of offices are going paperless to show that they’re trying to be more green (the good, environmental kind) and eco-friendly. However, there are still many instances where physical copies of documents are still required.
Who would think that the day would come that measuring tapes would be rendered, well, second rate or second class when it comes to measuring? After all, that was the only reason and purpose for which they were created.
Traditional lead pencils are made of wood and have a small eraser stub at the end so you can rub your mistakes into oblivion. But often, these erasers are of poor quality and leave your paper with a nasty hole instead of erasing the offending mark.