You know that part where the school bus driver yells at you for not buckling up? Yeah, yeah, who the heck wants to wear a seatbelt on a bus, right? Maybe this short film will teach you a lesson.
The Speed Dial can be operated one-handed and without looking at the lock. Apply overlays for letters, numbers, colors, shapes, symbols and make your own custom combo moves.
Cheese goes great with lots of things, but we’re not so sure about Tropicana Japan’s “Orange With Rare Cheese” Flavor, which apparently is meant to taste like orange cheesecake. No thanks.
Bosnian Rambo knows how to use any weapon. He has a tank-like physique. He loves snakes. He can run diagonally. He leaves no man standing. Either that or this film ran out of budget to hire goons.
Costume Quest takes the tradition of dressing up for Halloween and kicks it up a notch, with players able to transform into more powerful versions of their costumes. Rainbow unicorn costume FTW!
A home shopping host raves about a picture taken using the camera that he’s selling, but we’re pretty sure his pitch only led viewers to think that there’s something wrong with the device.
Hu-tah! We’re totally digging on this set of 3 stealthy shinobi warrior cookie cutters. Adding swords, nunchaku, or shuriken stars with icing and toothpicks equals a sell out at the next bake sale.
Jonathan Crawford plays the trombone – but you wouldn’t want to be the one marching in front of him on the glockenspiel in the band, what with his propane-powered trombone.
The Prometheus Watch Company’s Recon 5 mechanical Swiss-made timepiece is evolved from classic World War II flieger designs, and maintains the clean, simple lines of these traditional watches.
The BK Lounge is trying to kill us, for just $12.99, with their New York Pizza Burger: a 9 1/2″ wide “burger” made with 4 Whopper patties topped with pepperoni, mozzarella, marinara, and pesto sauce.
While most of you are probably looking forward to taking out a Porsche or a Lambo on the tracks of Gran Turismo 5, there’s nothing quite as visceral as the low-to-the-ground feel of a kart race.
For some reason, we never thought that Kubrick’s slow-as-a-turtle 2001: A Space Odyssey would work set to the tune of The Killers’ hit dance track Spaceman, but somehow it does.
While most of you guys are probably too young to need bifocals or reading glasses, you may be able to completely avoid them thanks to these new high-tech glasses with an adjustable focus slider.
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