The Hangrees are a joyfully tasteless series of slime collectible, plop culture parody figures that are hungry for punny, satirical snacks. Just feed ‘em, shake ‘em, and excrete ‘em for slimy, poop-tastic results. Once the dookie has dropped, the slime can be stored in a resealable container for reuse.
Man, what the hell is wrong is people today? The poop games for kids phenomenon just keeps right on trucking with Flushin’ Frenzy. Seriously, what toy exec says, “Just let them play with poop!”? I mean, I guess I would say that, but still.
Did you know that the poop emoji is super popular right now? You probably noticed. There are poop emoji toys and plushes, toilet plungers, pool floats, and you can even buy chocolate that looks like the little turd.
I’m getting ready to jet off to Japan in a few days, and I’m really excited for the many unusual sights of Tokyo. I love the toys, collectibles, and lighthearted aesthetic of the advertising too. But one thing I don’t expect to see on my journey to the other side of the globe is a walking piece of poop.
This may be the most perfect pile of poo ever created. It’s made from gold, so it won’t come back up after you flush. Technically it’s a geometrically correct turd as well. The geometry of this poop sculpture is based on the combination of an Archimedean spiral and the Golden Ratio/phi in triangles.
This new cafe in Toronto is the s**t! The Poop Café Dessert Bar is a brand new restaurant opening up in Toronto later this month. It is fantastically fecal. No really. Everything on the menu is brown and looks like human excrement.
Every bathroom needs a plunger. Why not class up the place with a Poo Emoji Plunger? Well, not really, since what we are talking about a smiling pile of poo. Makes sense though. If your toilet is blocked by poo, you need the power of poo to unclog it.
NASA and Bear Grylls have proven that it’s possible to drink pee. If Janicki Industries has its way, someday we’ll be drinking water from poop and other waste materials too. Its OmniProcessor impressed no less than Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates, who even drank some of the poop-sourced water.
You know how superfans are. These are the folks who want a lock of hair from their idol or a used Kleenex. It’s weird, I know. Overly-obsessed superhero superfans who are in this category will certainly want to buy some superhero poop from their favorite hero.
Japanese toilet company Toto has a bike that runs on poop. If you want to save on fuel and produce your own fuel instead, this is the bike for you. The toilet you see there is just decorative, but the engine does run on poop.
I’ve seen some unusual lamps in my time, but I have to say this is the first time I’ve ever seen a lamp that’s designed to look like a dollop of poo. Yep, in this world of crazy, crowdsourced ideas, we officially have they quirkiest product to turn up on Quirky yet.
Elephants are pretty cool, and there are plenty around in Thailand. However, you don’t expect them to have the same penchant for smartphones as humans. This one at a Thai animal part took a liking to a Chinese tourist’s iPhone and decided to swallow it whole.
A lot of pet owners have the nasty habit of not cleaning up after their animals. It’s annoying, it’s impolite, and it’s especially irritating to the people who end up stepping on the dog doo. Some countries have resorted to setting up separate bins for people to dispose of their dog’s wastes, but many mistake it as being a regular old trash can and instead fill it up with all sorts of other trash, leaving no room for its intended contents.
You can find all kinds of lamps these days – anything to suit just about any taste and style. Large lamps. Small lamps. But none of them hold a candle to a Pooping dog lamp. This is the only lamp that leaves a non-steaming pile behind it while you are reading by it’s light.