NTTDoCoMo is one of Japan’s largest mobile operators, so they are always on the cutting edge. Their latest offering? Toilet paper for your smartphone. Sure, why not?
These special rolls of TP can be found by the toilets of Tokyo’s Narita airport.
I have a feeling that the Gatebox is exactly how Krieger got started with that holographic Japanese girl that follows him around on Archer. We talked a bit about the Gatebox early this year when the oddity first surfaced.
I figure at some point we have all known that one person who likes to put their chips directly on their sandwich. My wife does that, and the upside is it keeps her hands out of the bag during lunch.Philippines
Did you know that about 150 miles south of Washington D.C., there’s an army of giant presidents just sitting there on somebody’s farm? Now you do. Apparently, these 20-foot-tall presidential busts were created for a defunct theme park, and now reside outside of Williamsburg, Virginia on a private farm.
Artist Agelio Batle has created an interesting installation called Ash Dancer. The project isn’t literally made from ashes, it’s a life-size skeleton replica that was made using graphite. Essentially it’s a giant pencil in the shape of a skeleton that lies on a vibrating table.
Skunklock may sound like a detention center for skunks, but it isn’t. Although that would be awesome too. As much fun as a maximum security skunk penitentiary would be, Skunklock is actually a very special lock for your bike.
There’s a story floating around the internet that a woman in China managed to amass an army of 20 boyfriends, and then managed to convince each of them to buy her an iPhone 7. Then she sold them all to buy a house.
I have no idea what black metal is as far as a music genre. For me, the late ’80s group Living Color comes to mind, but I’m pretty sure that’s wrong. A dude going by the name John Awesome and his fiance Nydia Hernandez were in the woods taking engagement photos when they happened on a black metal band called Coldvoid in full makeup.
Dan and Lincoln Markham from the What’s Inside? channel like to cut things apart to see what their guts look like. This time, they decided to disassemble an original 1985 Teddy Ruxpin talking bear using knives and a sledgehammer to reveal the toy’s innards.
A team of electrical engineers and computer scientists from the University of Washington have teamed up to create what they say is a much more secure way to transmit passwords. Currently, most passwords are sent via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi where they can be captured by hackers and possibly cracked.
Check out this crazy picture of somebody’s massive dice collection. While it’s very cool, it’s missing a few to complete the image. I mean what sort of sicko would post up a picture that has six-sided dice around all sides except for the top top?
Well folks, we are yet one step closer to creating a real life Hector robot that will come and rip off your head and wear it while chasing your girlfriend around the building. The Ghost Robotics‘ Minitaur robot reminds me of a cross between a really weird, really excited cat, and that BigDog robot.