Chinese online novelty shop Taobao has released something truly awesome for LARPers and others who want to transform themselves into an elf. The Spirit E666, which are a set of headphones that transform normal human ears into long pointy elf ears.
If for some reason you need a phone case with a realistic human ear on it, here ya go. This iPhone case is made by Los Angeles-based creepy body parts artist Sarah Sitkin. Seriously, check out her page.
Even though we still don’t have a cure for the common cold, modern medicine does have a lot of achievements under its belt. Most of them creepy. We’ve heard of doctors restoring motion to a paralyzed man, transplant a face and now replace an ear.
Well this is exactly the type of story that is going to burrow deep into my brain tonight and manifest itself in some sort of horrific, vivid nightmare. Apparently a woman living in South-Central China turned up at a hospital with a live spider living in her ear.
We’ve all heard about the third eye; but have you ever heard of the third ear? And the fourth ear that follows? If you haven’t, then you’re about it. And let me just say, they’re probably not what you expected.
I’m not sure about these things, on top of creeping me out, these fake ears double as an earphone caddy. They will allow you to store your earbuds without getting the cords all tangled up, which is good since that shortens the life of your wires.
The ear case for your iPhone 4 is exactly what it sounds like. A giant ear that you hold up to your ear. It will also make you look like a Ferengi from Star Trek. You know, those guys with the huge ears.
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.
I suppose if you’ve got some sort of feline fetish, you might want to get these to go with your furry cat keyboard and flash drive.