This bedding from Garnet Hill is pretty cool – especially if your kid(or you) are afraid of the dark. Night lights are cool, but when they burn out, you are left in total darkness and we all know that is when the boogeyman gets you.
You know how it is. You get up in the middle of the night, shuffle into the dark bathroom, do your thing.(Forget the light. It’s too bright) Then you wake up in the morning to your wife slapping you and she makes you clean up your mess.
Skyrim does nearly everything right. Well, aside from its many glitches. One of the things that they really nailed is the sneak feature. It’s very easy to figure out if you have been seen sneaking around.
I find Lady Gaga entertaining overall. She’s not just fun to watch when she performs; in fact, she’s fun to watch, period, because it’s like she’s on-stage 24/7 with the way she dresses. Ten-inch platforms? Transparent dresses?
I would like a glowing cat just for the fact that I tend to step on the dumb felines at my house because they don’t get out of my way when it’s dark. If they glowed, I would be able to see them, not step on them, and when they barricade themselves under my bed I could find them.
I’ve never heard of a supervillain-themed party, but if you’re planning on throwing one then you might want to check out this recipe for Kryptonite Candy by Britt Michelsen aka BrittLiv, the same person who made the Pixel Trash Can.
I happen to think one of the most useless inventions known to man is the decorative soap. My wife loves this stuff though, and has little flowers and dainty bars in the bathrooms around the house that we aren’t allowed to use.
Thanks to the smooth, flat edge of the iPhone 4, it’s the perfect surface for applying vinyl decals to protect the metal finish (and help with the phone’s antenna sensitivity issues when touching parts of the metal too).
On the surface, this TRON-inspired NES mod doesn’t look like much. But when the lights go down, it’s like a Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner invited your console to a party.
Once fully charged with black light, Thretris‘ modded NES really comes to life, glowing with a brightness that could only be bested if it were electroluminescent.
What could be cooler than a hand-stitched General Grievous tote? Um, how about a hand-stitched General Grievous tote that glows in the dark? Oh, how I’d love to flash this Star Wars baddie all around town!