Because nightmares come in all shapes and sizes, this particular bad dream happens to come in the shape and size of a drill and screwdriver bit holder that looks like a pair of dentures. 3D printed by Etsy seller MacGyverDood, $50 will get you a pair of empty dentures, and $70 will get you the dentures with a 100-piece screwdriver and drill bit set so you can fill it with your most frequently used “teeth.”
Amagami Ham Ham is a plush toy that nibbles the end of your fingers when you stick them in its mouth. Apparently, that’s supposed to be comforting. Personally, I find that the opposite of comforting, but that’s just me, and I was raised on a crocodile farm.
There’s been a noticeable absence of butt-shaped pillows on the market, and to fill that void, The Buttress is selling these ‘Oh My God Look at That Buttress’ pillows. The posterior pillows, available on Amazon (affiliate link), are made in the form of a firm, shapely rear wearing removable yoga pants.
Now I know what you’re thinking, and I couldn’t agree more: the wait is finally over. Pampshades (“P” from pan, bread in Japanese, and “ampshade” from lampshade) are lamps made from actual bread loaves. Did anybody else just lick make-believe crumbs from their fingers?
Every cat owner knows that cats love to get up on your countertops. Some are downright hard to train. My cats keep doing it and we have tried everything. CatNani may be able to help.
It is a little robot that patrols your countertops, and scoots your cat off onto the floor.
One-eyed sunglasses? Square un-rolling pins? Keyboards with pins sticking out of them? These are just some of the things that Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso has transformed for his very unusual series called Improbability, where everyday objects are turned into their highly unlikely counterparts.
Fashion comes in many forms and styles. Sometimes you can see yourself wearing or using it, while other times it’ll just leave you wondering why the designer created it in the first place. When it comes to the pieces in “Burden of Excess” created by artist Andrea Hasler, I find myself gravitating towards the latter.
Rogue Beard Beer didn’t get its name for nothing. It’s an unusual brew that’s made using yeast that has been extracted from the beard of an actual human being. That human being is brew-master John Maier, who sports a notably bushy beard that apparently has a lot of yeast in it.
Life’s tough. Sometimes, it feels good to hash things out with friends or family to get rid of the negativity. But when you feel like keeping things to yourself but want to express your emotions, then you’ve got the Corezone to turn to.
When one door closes, another one opens. That’s probably a saying you’ve heard time and again when you just got fired or lost an opportunity you’ve been chasing after for a long time. So what do drawers have to do with the whole thing, and with life, in particular?
Some families contact Facebook to have the accounts of their loved ones closed when they pass away. Others just leave them be so contacts can leave comments remembering the life they led and the impact they made on the lives of others.
I get that you might need a keyboard to get things done with your tablet. It’s even better when that same Bluetooth keyboard doubles as a case and a stand, but iLuv’s new WorkStation series is a bit much for my taste.