You know what the problem with televisions is? They’re too big. In the quest for constantly larger screens, our scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.
This is the Mad Fly Sports Raptor Football, a toy football/plane hybrid that can be thrown over 100 yards. So maybe for once when my brother tells me to go long, he’ll actually mean it. The toy does require a unique throw (read: not a football spiral) for the creation of maximum lift and distance though, so there is a learning curve involved.
Fans of TRON will immediately recognize this as the identity disc from the original 1982 sci-fi flick. Programs (also known as actors in goofy costumes) would use their identity discs (also known as striped frisbees) to not only store their program data, but are used as weapons.
A dude from Hong Kong has done something for his daughter that he might regret right about now. Dad of the year Newman Chan put her on her little pink push-bike, put a helmet on her, and proceeded to lift her up.
Bored with the lame designs on the cookies you’re about to stuff your face with? Then indulge yourself and your vanity by placing an order for customized cookies from Parker’s.
Parker’s Crazy Cookies is in the business of baking customized cookies with people’s faces on them.
…or rather, a decent DIY low budget Terminator arm. I can tape five toothpicks to a broom and call it the T-800’s limb, but that’s not going to get me any YouTube money. Luckily the host of Awe Me’s new show Low Budget Prop Shop is the very capable Dustin McLean.
There are times when a honk is not enough. MotorMood is a stick-on rear light for cars. Using its infrared remote control, you can flash it momentarily to reveal a smiley face and acknowledge a fellow motorist’s good deed.
With the frequency of sales and deals on Steam, everyone’s got a backlog on their account. That’s why your pet’s been so depressed lately. If you want to quantify just how much of your hobby you’ll have to work through, the website SteamLeft can help.
What’s something that you wanted as a kid, but never got to have? The list might be long, and the reasons are many: it didn’t exist; your parents wouldn’t allow it; you didn’t have enough cash; and so on and so forth.
I like rollercoasters well enough, but mostly I think I will die any second when I am riding them. Rollercoasters always remind me of being in a car wreck, at least that’s how I feel after riding some of the coasters at Six Flags here in Texas.
Social media has made it easier for people to – for lack of a better word – spy on other people. Wondering where your ex went last night? Curious about your crush’s current whereabouts? Just go to their profile and check out the pics that they’re tagged in, which most likely has their location tagged, too.
Pizza and fries. They’re two of the best-selling offerings at fast food joints and for good reason: they taste great and they’re fattier than they should be. People have a habit of combining their favorite stuff to create something twice as awesome, and the folks at Foodinese recently accomplished that with their pizza with a crust made from french fries.
Cats are pretty cool. They are always up to something nefarious. Dogs are mostly too dumb to be sneaky; a cat on the other hand will do something bad and blame it on the dog. I wish cats could walk around on their hind legs, that would be awesome.
London-based artist Lucy Farrow set her sights on an abandoned corner shop for her next project. She specializes in felt art, so naturally felt was her material of choice. You’ll be impressed – no, amazed – at what Lucy did at the corner shop using nothing but felt, her imagination, and her creative prowess: she turned it into a grocery store.