Pokemon’s always been an animal rights boycott waiting to happen, but this Choose Wisely tee may just put PETA over the edge: let’s just hope real-life Charmander’s tail grows back.
For a show about nothing, it sure had a lot of characters: The World of Seinfeld charts out every friend, romantic interest, coworker and family member as they relate to the main cast.
Translation Party shows the meaning behind lost in the translation: it repeatedly takes a phrase between Japanese and English, with often unintentionally humorous results. Thanks, Scott!
Mixing a caffeine rush with brass knuckles probably isn’t the smartest idea, but this Fisticup Coffee Mug lets you punch your way through morning meetings and bouts of afternoon malaise.
While physicists slave away at a Theory of Everything, late night TV’s Craig Ferguson already has one: Why Everything Sucks is part rant, part brilliant social commentary. Thanks, Corey!
Looking a bit like a college bike rack, this Gama-Go tee has Dirty Bird presiding over a titanic Bike Jam of fixies, complete with mustache handlebars and the obligatory U-lock.
Move over, Chuck Norris, Charles Nelson Reilly is in town: Weird Al and JibJab team up for CNR, a White Stripes spoof that paints the actor as the badass to end all badasses.
This Day at the Office trailer for Army of Two: The 40th Day is mostly an excuse to get EA’s developers some face time, but we ain’t complaining: we could all use coworkers like this.
It’s not exactly the kind of exercise couch potatoes need, but this Popcorn Basketball Bowl lets hard core sports junkies get in a game of hoops in between gorging on butter and salt.
Christoph Rehage’s One Year Beard is a visual “hair”-ative of his goal of walking from China to Germany; he only makes it 4,500 km, but grows a year’s worth of hair along the way.
Pirates have never been classy, but few fall as far as Sailor Trash; you know you’re a red-necked peg leg if you use the bowsprit as a clothesline or install a screen door in the hull.
The classic duel has gone the way of the dodo, but A Gentlemen’s Duel updates the age-old tradition with 50′ tall steam-powered mechas; it’s an animated short film by Blur Studio.
The US government goes bankrupt in style by staging a fake coup, complete with the storming of Congress, blowing up the Treasury and renaming the country to the Empire of Octavia.
On His Majesty’s Secret Service is exactly why we love HK cinema: few places have so thoroughly embraced slapstick humor that your comprehension of Cantonese purely optional.
Even Jedis are fighting Galactic Warming: this glow-in-the-dark LightSaver t-shirt reveals an eco-friendly version of the lightsaber that’ll slice-up Sith with 50% less Force emissions.
Vulcans are not known for their emotions, but this Sci-Five t-shirt catches our pointy-eared freaks as they turn the ultimate geek salute into an act of irrational and illogical exuberance.
Men have pined and puzzled over women since time immemorial, a plight made all the more poignant by Virgile: it’s a retro-styled animated short film about being out of your league.
Magic and martial arts cult classic Big Trouble in Little China comes to Blu-ray 8/4/09; Kurt Russell gets the HD 1080p treatment, 5.1 DTS HD sound, plus both extended and theatrical cuts.
Now that’s a neocortex: these detailed 1:6 Mars Attacks! figures come as 10″ Soldiers or 12″ Ambassadors with 13 articulation points, but keep ’em away from birds and country music.
It may look orchestrated, but Bobby McFerrin is demonstrating how people intuitively sing notes on the pentatonic scale, using little more than his jumping to dictate relative pitch.
Poor, poor Pluto: last to be discovered and a runt to boot, you’ve since been demoted to the kiddy table; this Shirt.Woot Pluto t-shirt shows that it’s truly become a “minor” planet.
We’d watch more musicals if they were like Shot At Love: this hilarious trailer for Wet, Sierra’s upcoming third person shooter, mixes blood stains, Broadway and one butt-kickin’ babe.
I Sell The Dead flips the whole undead genre on its head with two grave robbers making a profit off zombies and vampires; it stars Ron Perlman and LOTR’s Dominic Monaghan.
Munching on brains is hard work: employees at Japan’s Ultimate Horror Maze are seen above in a Zombie Boot Camp, after reports that they were no longer scary enough.
From cost-cutting to head-cutting: pranksters reinterpret Ikea’s reputation for efficiency with SOKKOMB, an easy-to-assemble guillotine made out of solid pine with a stainless steel blade.
We’ve seen both Star Wars and R&B weddings, but this Katamari Damacy-themed ceremony for Aidra & Ernest is one big, quirky ball of love; pictures by Kirsten Shultz Photography.
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