Are people always stealing your cookies? Or maybe you are just eating too many and can’t control yourself. There must be a way to have cookies at home and still avoid these situations. Well, this time locking container will help.
Over the years, hotels have become more than just places where people sleep while they’re on business or on vacation. Rooms now have graffiti on their walls (like the Panic Room) and some aren’t really rooms anymore, but pods (like the Bubble Rooms).
Some bags allow you to strum a few tunes, while others let you strap on your gadgets so you can charge them up as you go. And then there are bags that let you indulge in your habit (which is hopefully not an addiction).
I’m all for recycling and eco-friendly products these days. It doesn’t help that tons of harmful wastes and pollutants are released into the air and the world’s seas every second of every day. And it really just breaks my heart whenever I see photos of sea creatures choking on pieces of plastics or polar bears stuck on a floating chunk of ice as the ice caps continue to melt because of global warming.
I had to figure this was going to show up sooner or later. What with the Nintendo NES mints and Wii gum containers, it was only a matter of time before the Atari 2600 got all jealous and demanded its fair shake.
Here in Chicago, we just got started with a city-sponsored neighborhood recycling program. While they’ll collect and re-purpose much of your post-consumer waste, electronics aren’t on the pick-up list. But if you’re a gadget addict like me, you probably go through batteries like they’re going out of style.
Now you can combine two of your favorite addictions, video games and sugar in one delicious package. The hyperglycemics over at Candy Addict (who knew such a blog existed?) recently stumbled upon this Wii-mote controller, chock-full of tasty confectionery goodness.