Multi-national convenience store giant 7-Eleven has teamed up with Crocs to produce a line of branded footwear sporting the store’s iconic (but not necessarily tasteful) orange, red, and green logo colors. Those…wow, those are really something.
Because why not give the people what they didn’t ask for, Pepsi is giving away 2,000 sets of s’mores ingredient flavored sodas to lucky winners in a contest. To enter (until Tuesday, September 27th, 2022), follow @Pepsi on Instagram or Twitter and share how you like to s’more with hashtags #PepsiSmores and #Sweepstakes.
Pure genius Instructables user mikeasaurus has created step-by-step instructions detailing how to create a Baby Flask, a doll baby in a chest-mounted baby carrier you can fill with booze. A lot of booze too. Goodbye, hip flask, hello, Baby Flask!
With all the excitement surrounding the upcoming Barbie movie (no? Just me?), it only makes sense someone would cash in on the craze with a Barbie and Ken couples’ Halloween costume. Officially licensed by Rasta Imposta and available on Amazon (affiliate link), the costume includes two giant doll toy boxes for your and your significant other (or a friend) to get inside and become the iconic couple.
Because housefires aren’t going to just start themselves, manufacturer Wejioin is selling these Harry Potter inspired (but by no means officially licensed) wands on Amazon (affiliate link) that actually shoot fireballs. To operate one, you just pack a small piece of flash paper in the business end of the wand, then push the button at its base to heat the coil inside, igniting the flash paper and causing it to shoot from the end like a fireball.
London-based Ravensbourne University student Holly Grounds has developed ramen noodle packaging that dissolves in hot water in order to help cut down on plastic waste. That’s a great idea! Also, I wonder if her parents had any idea they were *this close* to naming their daughter Holy Grounds.
Presumably inspired by the tangle of cords under my desk, the Entropy Chair created by Phillips’ Collection doesn’t look like a chair at all, just a cube of randomly strung wires. Those wires have actually been carefully placed to create a seat.
Michael Myers: hands down one of the most iconic and best slasher film antagonists of all time. And what better way to let others know you’re deep in the Halloween spirit than with this Michael Myers car sunshade?
Presumably designed to allow fish to exact their revenge on humans for countless fish fries and polluting their waterways, David Maher of Citizen Bones Fishing Co has created a line of Humanoid and Skeletal Fishing Lures.
Presumably created as a powerful social commentary on how we’re killing ourselves at work, these office chairs were designed to resemble coffins. They do not look comfortable. Still, being uncomfortable is a small price to pay for looking cool when you’re attending the annual vampire conference.
An international team of mad scientists at Japan’s RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research (CPR) has created cyborg cockroaches capable of being steered remotely by humans. And not only that but each cockroach is outfitted with a solar-charging backpack and lithium polymer battery to provide it with all the power it needs to consistently power its steering capabilities.
There are certainly some wild and crazy products to be found and impulsively purchased on Etsy. Case in point, this Human Face Baseball Cap crafted and sold by Sabri Tunca of Feltthink. Even reading ‘Human Face Baseball Cap,’ it’s somehow even more terrifying than I had imagined.
Because one can never have too many Halloween yard inflatables, GOOSH has created a skeleton t-rex eating a person inflatable that’s almost too perfect not for me to buy three. Available on Amazon (affiliate link), the t-rex measures a respectable 7 feet tall, 6.5 feet long, and 3.5 feet wide.
Perfect for my annual risque Halloween party, this Skeleton Couple inflatable decoration (affiliate link) features two skeletons apparently engaged in some boning of their own. My my! As far as sexy Halloween decorations go, this is certainly up there.
Apparently firm believers that no ideas are bad ideas, the YouTube channel Play To DIY constructed a bicycle almost entirely out of concrete. The behemoth bike weighs an incredible 134.5 kg (~296 lb), and actually balances and rides pretty smoothly, all things considered.
Halloween: there’s no such thing as taking it too seriously. And to prove that, Etsy seller jkantiques is selling a 35′ Michael Myers inflatable yard decoration, perfect for letting all the neighborhood kids know you’re giving out full size candy bars.