I was thinking to myself just the other day that the only way my flash drive could possibly be better was if it looked like the polar bear from Lost. Even better would be if I had to rip the bear in half to plug it into the USB port on my computer.
I now suspect that a real-life Dr. Wily exists, and that he resides in Turkey: veterinarian Erhan Elibol performed a cesarean operation on a pregnant sheep. The lamb was stillborn, but perhaps it was all for the best, because the lamb had a human-like face.
Despite the fact that it’s currently zero-degrees Fahrenheit outside my door, my hands don’t feel that cold while I’m typing this. That said, I’m sure some of you guys out there have some cold, numb hands when the air conditioning is blowing in your office.
This little desktop speaker is just like a real dachshund – cute from a distance, but horribly annoying once it opens its little yap and won’t shut up.
The WOOF Dachshund speaker plugs into your computer or MP3 player’s audio port, and lets you listen to your tunes through a pair of tiny, tinny speakers.
They might seem cute, but they are controversial since these coverings for mobile phones and USB flash drives are actually made out of real fur.
These Furry Objects were created by Danish textile designer Magnhild Disington.
Why can’t products just tell you what they are? Do we really need non-descriptive names like Wii, Kindle, Nook, and Droid to describe our gadgets? Really? Product naming doesn’t get much more concise and descriptive than this here thing, the USB Big Panda Speaker.
I read about Regretsy on Gizmodo so yeah, half the world’s already read about it, but this is just too fun to pass up. See, we’ve featured a ton of awesome handmade items sold on Etsy, but rarely have we trawled it for mind-scarring monstrosities.
Wanna look like a complete freak while you’re sitting at your computer surfing the web? Then look no further than these ridiculous USB hand warmers that look like stuffed animals.
I don’t know if the fluffy bunnies or the pooh bears are more insane.
Cuter than a bowl of kittens covered in marshmallows and sprinkles, these little electronic playthings are enough to make me want to puke a rainbow.
Each of TakaraTomy’s Micropets-i miniature desktop robo-playthings has a tiny little mind of its own.
The United Press International continues to build on their 100 years of journalistic excellence with their coverage of an Australian woman and her cattle dog. Polly – the dog – recently underwent emergency surgery to remove 1,000 magnets from her tummy.
I’m not sure how I missed these when they hit the Japanese tech circuit earlier this year, but these little doggy speakers were just too kitschy for me to pass up.
Made by the wacky folks at Japan Trust Technology, these puppy dog speakers will almost certainly evoke an “ooh” from those who think they’re too cute for words, or an “eeew” from those of you who wouldn’t be caught dead with these on your desktop.
Lisa over at Boing Boing Gadgets just spotted these ridiculous furry cat ear headphones from Japanese gadget maker Thanko.
There’s not a whole lot to say about them, other than the fact nobody I know would never be caught dead wearing them.
Live in a rat-infested fleabag of an apartment? Well even if you don’t, you can still scare the beejezus out of your roommates with your very own remote-controlled rat.
With its light-up red eyeballs, I wouldn’t necessarily call this rat-on-wheels “lifelike”.
There’s nothing quite so yummy as a bag of chewy gummy bears – especially the red ones. While these gummy bear lighting fixtures aren’t edible, they still look like fun.
These GummiLights are made of a translucent rubber and measure in at 7-inches tall.