Because The Dude abides, this is the 1/6 scale Jeffrey ‘The Dude’ Lebowski figure created and sold by Sideshow Collectibles. The Dude stands 12-inches tall on a base featuring his coveted rug’s pattern, and includes a white v-neck t-shirt, sweater, pants (they should have gone with his patterned pajama bottoms),
This is a small five gallon fish tank set up for ember tetras by aquarist Carly Thompson that features an abandoned AT-AT toy at the bottom that given to her by her brother for Christmas. Some more details while I remember seeing a poison dart frog vivarium recently that had
This is a video of LEGO builder Bricksie providing a full tour of his absolutely incredible LEGO room and all the sets on display there (I wonder how much they all cost), including a massive city in the center. It’s really impressive. As impressive as me performing the detachable thumb
Hot Wheels: they’re way better than Cold Wheels. Or cold feet, especially if you’ve been waiting to ask that special someone out for a while now. What are you waiting for? But enough about the confidence you think you’ve been missing actually being inside of you the whole time a
Brickit is a smartphone app (currently available for iOS, Android coming soon) that can analyze any photo of spread out LEGO pieces (aka a LEGO minefield), identify the different pieces present via machine learning, suggest things you can build with them, and provide the step-by-step instructions to build those things.
This is a TikTok video of user need4zcars leaving an exact Hot Wheels version of a guy’s white Honda Civic Type R on his windshield, then recording him finding it. He looks pretty stoked about it. Now if somebody could just do the same to me, that would be awesome.
Above: David standing in front of a wall of Funko Pop characters THAT’S 17 FIGURES DEEP. Seventeen! Move over Paul Scardino and your 5,306 Funko Pop! figurines, because there’s a new new, NEW king of pop in town, and that man is David Mebane of Knoxville, Tennessee, who, since 2017,
There are some concept sketches created by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle artist Michael Dooney around 1991, allegedly after Kenner/Hasbro let their licensing rights to Star Wars toys lapse and Playmates made a pitch to get it with these mashup TMNT x Star Wars action figures. Now I know what you’re