This is the Super Mario Piranha Plant desk lamp available from Target for $35 (also available other places, but $35 was the cheapest price I saw). The plant’s stalk is fully posable so you can shine its focused white LED light right where you need it. Are you going to
This is a video unveiling the interior of the Virgin Galactic SpaceshipTwos the company plans to use to send rich people briefly into space, to the tune of around $250,000+ per ticket. Will that include complimentary beverage service? It better. Also, where’s the bed? I thought the whole purpose of
This is a short video from wherever poor decisions are made of a man standing in the open door of a minivan to hold a love seat on top of the roof. Obviously, there’s not going to be much love made on that seat while this man is in a
This is the Star Trek uniform inspired bedding created by Character World. Available only in twin size for an extra challenge while making all the love you’re definitely about to while wearing prosthetic Vulcan ears, there’s a blue Star Trek: Discovery command set available on Amazon (~$35), as well as
Because apparently some people don’t subscribe to the whole ‘the world is my toilet’ lifestyle, this is a public restroom with a glass floor and window to the river outside. How about that! The sound of that water rushing by would probably make going to the bathroom easy-peesy. Get it?
This is a gallery of New Zealand woodworker Henk Verhoeff’s various furniture creations, which appear to be cartoon inspired in both their funhouse mirror proportions and apparent damage. Henk estimates each piece takes between 80 and 100 hours to complete, and pieces are occasionally available through eBay auctions linked on
This is a short video of some dream-follower that just moved to Los Angeles filming his apartment’s bathroom door, which has a piece cut out of it so it can swing past the shitter. In his own words while I’m thankful there isn’t a giant hole in my bathroom door
This is the Book Rest Lamp designed by SUCK UK. It costs around $40 and looks like the houses you used to draw in kindergarten, with an angled roofline to rest a book on top of. Obviously, I’m into it, but you know how I feel about whimsy. “You’d marry