…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.
Darth Bane received this from lightninglisa, a fellow member of the Brotherhood of Darkness, as a birthday gift. It was immediately Force Lightning’d to ashes (along with the gift-giver). Bane took the gift as the last straw, another sign of the Brotherhood’s… weirdness, and so he left to establish his own Sith Order.
If you haven’t already bought a Valentine’s card for your sweetie, you’re probably screwed. But if you’re looking for an idea for next V-Day, check out this amusing iPhone inspired greeting card.
Crafter yummypocket created this clever Valentine designed to look vaguely like an actual iPhone.
I was considering filing this under ‘Cute or Stupid?’, but my common sense prevailed. Designed (?) by Erik De Nijs, this pair of pants called “Beauty and the Geek” has no ounce of cuteness or any redeeming factor whatsoever.
Craftster forum member whateverjames knows that in life, as in Tetris, all good things come to an end. You can’t keep on clearing line after line forever. Not all of the shapes you’re given will fit and stack the way you want them to.
It’s no secret that the iPhone’s touchscreen is hard to use when one is wearing gloves. But what will iPhone owners do when it’s winter? Stop using their iPhones? Preposterous! Just use a sausage as stylus!
Hand-powered chargers are nothing new, but Fame LLC claims that their product, YoGen, delivers as much power per second as the chargers for your mobile device. In other words, if it takes a couple of hours for your device to be fully charged via its power adapter, it will also take you two hours to fully charge your device using the YoGen.
It took quite a while for the Master of the Mantis-style to realize that even the most powerful strikes won’t work on his seemingly defenseless enemy…
…because his enemy wasn’t real. Whoa. That was Zen-like.
It’s not hard to believe that this started on NeoGAF; what makes it more amusing is the fact that it started when forum member cuyahoga declared his love for the Nintendo DS game Imagine: Babyz Fashion.
Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and what better way for us geeks to show our love than with another geeky shirt? But the 8-bit Dynamic Life shirt isn’t just any geek shirt; it’s specially made to show your loved one that you’re more alive with them around.
Conceptualized by designaffairs studio with developing countries in mind, the Swirl is a “washing ball” that also serves as a clothes bin, a container for water, and a toy.
The idea is that you place your dirty clothes in the Swirl, which can be push or pulled via its detachable handle or even better, kicked along to where you get water.
From the outside, this cardboard box sure doesn’t look like a very nice place to seek shelter. But one look inside, and you’ll see that the Five-Stars Cardboard Hotel is a luxurious resort, crafted from paper.
We weren’t so happy with the PIC 1000, Polaroid’s overpriced revision of their classic instant cameras. For those who only really want an instant camera for the white borders on the pictures, here’s a cheap solution – a picture frame that’s nothing but a white border.
Who knew that Pac-Man had a side-gig as the baddest East Coast rapper you’ve ever seen?
At least that’s what DocPop would like us to think in his watercolor illustration titled The Notorious P.A.C, commissioned by for nerdcore rapper Beefy by his girlfriend.
Graphic designer/illustrator/geek Reis O’ Brien has a very funny photoset on his Flickr page featuring funny cosplayers, action figures, drawings and other images. Let’s look at the cosfailers; the fact that these are real people and not drawings makes them doubly amusing.