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.
Out of all the extinct dinosaurs, none saddened me more than the disappearance of the TriceraTACO who would majestically carry tacos for other dinosaurs to devour. But good news. TriceraTACO is back as an awesome taco holder.
What could be better than a dinosaur carrying a couple of tacos for you?
We all need a little light in our life. Sometimes that light comes from boring, lame lamps and other times it comes from awesome lamps that look like space (the final frontier.) This Star Trek Enterprise Table Lamp will light up your room and looks great doing it.
The shade has a starfield on it and the lamp pull is a replica of the Starship Enterprise that looks like it’s floating in space.
It’s a notebook. It’s a Game Boy. Note Boy! Game Book! Now you’re playing with paper! This notebook looks like the classic Game Boy from your youth. But it does more than just look awesome. It has a holographic Super Mario Land screen that appears to move.
You know what would be cool to draw inside of this notebook?
If you have some Coca-Cola cans, some lighters, and a few spare syringes just lying around, you can use them to make your own minigun. The question is, should you? Yes. Yes you should. Unless you hurt yourself, in which case, I do not endorse this idea at all.
The Q Channel shows you how to make a rad minigun with a really cool design.
The Shining was one of the films that helped put Stephen King movie adaptations on the map. Jack Nicholson was superb in that film and it was scary as hell. Still, I happened to have liked the 1997 TV mini series adaptation better.
This Schrödinger’s Cat Plush toy from is a cuddly stuffed animal that is both alive and dead at the same time, depending which side is facing you. You don’t even need a box to ponder what state it’s in.
Little kids can be both annoying and adorable. With two kids I can tell you this from experience. Sometimes they really are like tiny drunk adults with some of the things they do and say. This little girl called Rayna lives on a street where – in her little mind – a robot has come to hang out.
Her dad decides to take her to meet her pal, and while she is happily unaware that the robot isn’t actually a robot, we can see at a glance that it’s actually an abandoned water heater
Like most kids this little, Rayna quickly forgets her robot friend when she spies something on the ground, but not before robot gets a hug and is told he is loved.
Back in grade school, we judged how well off you were by the size of the box of crayons you brought to class. If you had that giant 64-color box with the built in sharpener, your family clearly was rolling in dough.
I don’t always understand Japan and the things they find cool over there. I don’t exactly understand these either, but I think these Gudetama World Tour figures are very cool. They feature Sanrio character Gudetama – a lazy egg basking in one sort of dish or another from around the world.
The ramen figure makes me want noodles something fierce.