From the same demented mind that came up with the Redundant Clock comes the cruel Diet Scale. If large numbers don’t affect you anymore, how about being told that from now on you should only eat… water?
…well at least with this thing your cat won’t get your real iPhone.
Handmade by Catsicle, this silly-looking felt and fleece iPhone is made just for kitty. It’s loaded up with “64 gigs of organic catnip,” and even has a pair of dangly headphones for your cat to get tangled up in.
Good luck getting a signal in heaven, or wherever you think when your earthly hardware goes after death.
Showcased at the Verona Luxury Fair in Italy – like its name implies, the fair is a billionaires’ flea market – the coffin costs $381,000 (USD).
Made by Ji Lee, the Redundant Clock is the exact opposite of math clocks:
When the big hand is pointing there and the little hand is pointing there, it’s big hand pointing there and little hand pointing there o’clock.
Craftster member D.Bluemoon made these WoW-nderful onesies for a World of Warcraft fanatic friend who has a baby on the way:
D.Bluemoon isn’t a fan of WoW herself, so her boyfriend was the one who chose the words and terms.
Ah, Biology 101. We may be from different nations and cultures, but I’m sure those of us who have gone through that class share very similar experiences: The fear. The excitement. The jumping, twitching animals. The smell.
With these clever tools, you’ll never know who scribbled the stick figures on your living room wall. Was it your daughter, or the little yellow-‘stached midget who welcomed you home?
Each mustache is equivalent to 5 crayons.
I’ve been a cubicle dweller several times, although all of them short-lived. Corporate vets may be more amused at Thup Games’ HRmageddon, a Flash game which puts the gore in merger. What? Anyway. HRmageddon’s “story” starts when your company, Gray Solutions, merges with Beige Dynamics.
As its name implies, the Superplexus Vortex is a super-sized version of the Perplexus, a plastic spherical maze. The Superplexus Vortex not only has a catchy name, the mere sight of it is probably enough to make a drunk man vomit.
…as long as your job involves reading Chinese books, that is. Otherwise it will only get you into trouble at work.
It would have been better if the pillow was detachable, so you could take a nap behind the book cover.