Monthly Archives: January 2020

Nintendo Cartridge Flask

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The purpose of a flask is to conceal alcohol so that you can bring it with you somewhere that alcohol’s not allowed. Carrying a Nintendo cartridge flask is probably more suspicious than most things you could stuff into (I’m assuming) your cargo shorts.



A Magic Wand For TV

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The Kymera Magic Wand is a $74 electronic device you use to remotely control your TV, by waving it in the air in certain patterns and directions.

Televisions would be so much more fun if they came with something like this. But smaller, and with buttons you could push to directly control the television, instead of memorizing a specific way to wave a stick in the air. And for free.



The USB Drive That Cured Asthma

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The full title of this item is “USB ionic Oxygen Bar Freshener Air Purifier ionizer For Laptop & With a Nice Gift.”

Does it actually do anything? If the graphic of a kitchen, a family, a woman with a dog, and some other tiny things didn’t tip you off: no. You can’t “purify” air with “negative ions.” But that didn’t stop multiple reviewers from claiming it does, including one poor soul who claimed that this USB stick cured his asthma.

The Beer Candle

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Floating a burning candle in a glass of beer while you’ve been drinking beer and you’re about to drink more beer sounds like probably the worst beer-based idea you could have. Well, maybe second to “Drinking Russian Roulette.”








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