Why is it that when we were kids all we had was a lousy football? Now, you can pretty much build your own deadly NERF arsenal. The Longstrike CS-6 can fire its squishy darts up to 35 feet.
Too lazy or cheap to go to the real doctor? This is pretty much what you can expect when you try to self-diagnose your ailments using one of those medical diagnosis websites.
Were you addicted to the endless possibilities in the original LittleBigPlanet? Then get ready for the sequel, loaded with new gadgets, world creation tools, and amazing new gameplay dynamics.
The fact that an artist named “Toastman” has been making giant artworks out of burnt toast for the last 10 years is awesome enough, but his latest, da Vinci’s classic, is a true masterpiece (of toast).
The surface of the RazorPit is made of a rubbery material called Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE). It gets rid of the dirt, hair and soap trapped in the blades, keeping them sharp for a long time.
David Arrick’s Butch Bakery makes the manliest cupcakes in the world. Butch Cupcakes are made of all the things that men love, from bacon to beer. This needs to be available worldwide ASAP.
NSFW. Star Wars gets the Ahhhnold treatment in this mashup of articulate Schwarzenegger dialog with scenes from Episode IV: A New Hope. We had no idea Vader had such a potty mouth.
Barclay has figured out every man’s dream commute. It involves a roller coaster, Boston, women taking showers, and more roller coaster. If only using credit cards was really this awesome.
Prepare for more super-powered comedy in the new season, filled with mind-blowing treats like Sgt. Hatred’s songs, the real Spider-Man and the world premiere of formal underwear.
Here’s the whole opening cinematic of Fable 3, for those of you who can’t wait until your copy arrives to see it. It’s a wonderfully made, ominous tour of the kingdom of Albion – complete with chickens.
Watch out! The gators have company. Kristy Swanson and DB Sweeney make their respective comebacks in the adequately named Swamp Shark, coming to the SyFy channel next summer.