Because who doesn’t want the salty, vinegar-y taste of a pickle on their lips at all times, this is Mr. Pickle’s World Famous Pickle Lip Balm ($12 on Amazon). Questionable world fame aside, the $12 lip balm seems to be promoted as a gag gift, which makes sense since(!) I
This is the already incredibly funded (~$700,000!) Kickstarter campaign for the STOIC standing mat, a modular standing mat “inspired by nature to stretch, strengthen and massage your feet during your workday.” Honestly, it looks like it was inspired by making me just want to sit down. Stoic has interchangeable footpads
These are the Bat Masks developed and sold by fashion brand Mantrap 1989 by Heathyr Lawrence. The look like bats and are hand-sewn from four panels of 100% cotton sheeting for an authentic bat look. Unfortunately for anybody who hasn’t already made a small fortune selling potions in the swamp,
Presumably to help protect parents’ feet from rogue LEGO bricks, these are the LEGO x Adidas A-ZX 8000, which sounds like a rather unusual name for a pair of LEGO sneakers. They’ll cost $130 when they’re released on September 25th, and I’m not convinced I’ll actually be able to stick
This is a clip from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s show Going Great, starring a 19-year old Keanu Reeves reporting from the first Canadian International Teddy Bear Convention in 1984. Come on, Keanu, who cares what my friends think about me collecting teddy bears, I’m living my dream, not theirs. Besides,
This is a short video of somebody who modded the rear windshield and wiper of their Ford Fiesta with Thor and his hammer Mjölnir. Not the worst design, but Thor does create a blindspot in the rear window and he IS continuously beating himself in the head with his hammer.
These are a few shots of a Transformer inspired car somebody modded to the max with some extreme welding of diamond plate sheet metal. Just look at this piece of art. “It belongs in a museum.” You’re damn right it does, Indy. I have so many questions. Can anybody tell
This is a video of the Magic: The Gathering card floor that the couple behind the Tap That MTG channel on Youtube installed in their basement, using 8,034 cards and covering 422 square feet. For reference, my basement is covered in stained carpet because it floods every time it rains.