11 November, 2014
11 November, 2014
10 November, 2014
This reusable twist-tie is a good idea. It’s just hard to beat the price of the free one I got from the grocery, which I found next to the 500 other free ones at the grocery.
8 November, 2014
If you’re one of the six women on earth who want someone to mess with your swollen, stretch-marked belly, painting it and taking pictures of it, then this is still not the thing for you. It’s eight little jars of face paint plus a sponge, for twenty dollars. It is, unsurprisingly, by the makers of “Pregnancy Belly Cast Kit,” a way to turn your motherhood into a bizarre plaster death-mask. (Look at the customer pictures, if you dare.)
7 November, 2014
If you’re tired of only paying fifty or a hundred bucks for a keyboard, check out The Datamancer, a steampunk keyboard that’ll run you four figures.
6 November, 2014
“This is my Selfie shirt,” reads this babies’ onesie, backwards. Apparently, the manufacturers don’t know the difference between a camera and a mirror, so they printed it backwards. “But what if they have an old phone, without a front-facing camera, and they take selfies in the mirror?” you shout at the computer. Well, then, I’ve got a men’s shirt that combines the “Keep Calm” logo with selfies in a way that suggests the manufacturer knows what neither of them are. And a wooden beaded necklace that says “#SELFIE”, because the # lets you know it’s online, which selfies are, because I completely know what they are, and that’s why I’ve got this #SELFIE necklace.
5 November, 2014
Hanging an LED sign for your car that flashes a big red middle-finger graphic to the person behind you at the touch of a button is a great way to become the target of someone’s road rage.