Growing up the height of comedy was placing whatever I was eating directly over the tines of my fork so it looked like a macaroni fork. I could pull that gag with macaroni, green beans, and french fries.
…take this pipe wrench. To add to the ever growing number of Monopoly and Clue variants out there, it is now The Legend of Zelda’s turn. Truly a link to the past. I suppose it’s a good time to unleash a Zelda version of the classic murder mystery board game thanks to the success of Breath of the Wild on the Switch.
Though in this version, it’s all mystery, and no murder.
So, what pairs well with the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 soundtrack? If you said Doritos, you’d be right. The snack chip maker is teaming up with Marvel Studios to promote the movie in a very cool way.
They have created a limited-edition series of Doritos bags with a built-in, rechargeable cassette deck-inspired player that plays the movie’s full soundtrack.
It turns out that the Empire’s TIE dogfighters can do more than just fly and shoot, they can also grill a mean burger. I present to you the Star Wars TIE Fighter gas grill.
The TIE Fighter’s “wings” fold out for food prep and it uses propane to grill everything from Bantha burgers to Dewback Ribs.
Do you want the coolest DIY Wolverine claws? Then head to your freezer and eat up some popsicles stat! These Popsicle Stick Wolverine Claws are totally badass, and you can make them at home.
Sure, these are just popsicle sticks, but they are sharp enough to do some serious damage as shown in the video.They
You know you are a Mad Max fan when you start building apocalyptic cars for your toddlers. That’s what Ian Pfaff, of Glendale, California did. And they are super cool mini cars that are hopefully battle-ready.
You see, Ian has a two-year-old daughter named Junior and an infant son named Benji.
Target is going crazy for Nintendo. The company has started giving more than 650 stores across the country a Mario Kart-themed makeover. This is all to promote the launch of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for Nintendo Switch on April 28th.
This theme will include things like Mario-themed bollards outside the store, a countdown timer sound when you cross the start line at the entrance, and shopping carts decorated to look like karts.
Better stock upon shells and banana peels so you can climb in that cart and wage war inside of a Target near you.
Look at this massive PS4 controller. It not only looks awesome, it actually works. You can play games with it. If Godzilla were a gamer, this is the controller he would use. This massive DualShock 4 controller is located in the Sony Interactive Entertainment Building in Tokyo.
This is exactly where an irradiated iguana would go if he felt like playing some video games.
OMG, I so hope this happens! Apparently, Disney is thinking about making a Star Wars inspired resort that would be set on a starship. How awesome would it be to sleep inside a giant starship? The resort would let fans not only sleep and live in a starship for a few days, word is you would get to participate in your own 2-day story set in the Star Wars universe.
According to WDWNT, third party (presumably working with Disney) is surveying guests on their interest in staying in such a resort, and the images here are the concept art for the hotel.
Do you still think about that time you were in K-Mart back in 1984 and mom refused to buy you that awesome plastic Coyote toy car from Hardcastle and McCormick? Well it’s time for some revenge on good ol’ mom.
Any dad will tell you that games with young children can go on and on and on and on and on. They never end at times until the little one passes out from exhaustion or you can distract them with cookies.
Wanna serve some sliced fruit to your neighbors from your own yard? That’s what Ben Cusick aka NighthawkInLight did with this awesome air cannon. He built a custom end for the weapon which has slicing blades, so you can shoot fruit all day long and serve it up sliced to perfection.
This book looks just like the Handbook for the Recently Deceased from Beetlejuice. But unlike the one in the movie, it won’t instruct you on what to do when you die. Instead, it’s a hardcover journal, so you can write down your own thoughts about being recently deceased or anything else.
This journal has 250 pages for you to fill.
Easter has come and gone and while celebrating with eggs and candy, you might have missed these awesome eggs painted by artist Barak Hardley. He spent over 150 hours painting them all up with images of celebrities and pop culture icons.
Some of my favorites are the Stranger Things kids, though one is missing.
Filmmaker Devin Graham and Cinechopper got together to perform some cool trick shots using drones. Cinechopper customized the drones to carry and drop bowling balls, which allowed them to do some stuff in a bowling alley and much more.
Then they took the drones outside to do things like drop basketballs through hoops, catch wiffle balls with a net, and even destroy a snowman.
I’ve never heard of the band called “The Wackids” before, but by god are they awesome. These guys took a bunch of kids toy instruments and blasted out some awesome music in the form of a cover of the classic Rage Against the Machine tune Killing in the Name.