The Lunicycle is a reinvented unicycle. Unfortunately, unicycles aren’t unpopular because they’re hard to learn or because they have a “dead spot.” They’re unpopular because they’re worse than any other method of locomotion you might use, including the two-wheeled wiggly skateboard that requires you to thrash back and forth to move, and the Roller Racer.
Crafting a keyboard and mouse out of bamboo may be “eco-friendly,” and not terrible, overall, unless you’re a bamboo tree. But a desk calculator made out of bamboo seems unnecessary. It’s hard to argue that a wooden calculator is more eco-friendly than using the calculator that’s already inside your phone and computer, though.
In a putrid collection of dated and misused rap slang, the author of Hip-Hop For Dogs answers the questions she asks you on the back cover: “Is your dog phat? Is he a playa?” Written by someone with no apparent knowledge of culture, music, rhythm, or rhyme, it is the English As She Is Spoke of rap books.
Programmable via Bluetooth, this scrolling sign allows you to (as the manufacturer suggests) put it on your hat when you’re on vacation, as shown here. It’s apparently perfect for people who use giant paper maps. And waiters.
Beer has been available for decades in bottles and cans, which are single-serving sealed containers that keep your beer fresh until you decide to drink them. In an effort to change this system which works flawlessly, brewers and drinkers have been putting craft beer in growlers, which are larger tanks that go flat before you can finish the beer inside. To “fix” this problem, you can now buy a pressurized growler, allowing you to pay a hefty price for the privilege of having beer that will probably still go flat.
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