I’m sure your mother taught you not to steal when you were a kid and even as you were growing up. But guys, if you really had to steal, then be smart about it and avoid stealing stuff from people who have highly infectious diseases, will you?
As a guy, I was never into playing with dolls and dollhouses, but if I knew that they came with widescreen LCD televisions, I might have thought differently when I was growing up. Over on Etsy, you can now purchase a tiny little LCD TV for your dollhouse.
Here’s something everyone needs more of – dancing musical monkeys. No not that kind of monkey dance, Steve Ballmer.
Thankfully, this dancing monkey won’t fling poo all over your house, rip your face off, or make you buy Windows ME.
What happens when animals get their hands on deadly energy swords? This.
Over at AnimalsWithLightsabers they do one thing, and one thing only. They put dangerous lightsabers in the hands of woodland creatures, pets and other animals.
What happens when a couple of robots have one to many Mai Tais? They do the Limbo and Hula, of course.
Designed and choreographed by custom robot builder Sumy Family, the bots were clad in grass skirts and native garb, and programmed to do some traditional Hawaiian dance as part of the final round of the 2007 ROBO-ONE competition at a Hawaiian-themed resort in Japan.
For those of us in Northern climates, there’s not much worse than standing outside waiting for the bus in the freezing cold. Sometimes your coat, scarf and gloves just aren’t enough to keep you warm. So I’m pleased to tell you about the latest in portable fireplace technology, the iYule.
Somebody sure likes their Creative Zen Stone media player. In fact, this guy loves his enough that he created a mammoth wooden version of his portable media player.
Captain Ødegård’s giant-sized wood media player measures in at 8.25″ x 5.5″ x 2″, giving it about 90-times the volume of a regular Zen Stone player.
A day doesn’t seem to go by without another silly USB device. Today’s useless invention: The USB Bowling Ball.
Just try and lug one of these around the next time you need to store something on a flash drive.