Are you a fan of Justice League? Well, if you are, then here’s something that may pique your interest: from now till December 31, 2017, when you use Android Pay in stores, you can collect Justice League Super Heroes as played out by digital bugdroids. Cutesy bugdroid have been seen in countless guises and now this Android icon dresses up as Aquaman, Batman, Cyborg, Flash, and Wonder Woman in this unique partnership between Android Pay and Justice League. To collect these bugdroid Justice League super heroes, you will need have the latest Android Pay installed on your smartphone. Obviously, you will also need to have Android Pay setup already. Continue reading You Can Now Collect Justice League Bugdroids When You Used Android Pay
What you see here is a Millennium Falcon and nope, it wasn’t parked among the wastes of the desert planet Jakku. Neither was it in Rub al Khali desert near Abu Dhabi, or Hollywood backlot. No, wait. It was actually on a backlot, just not in stateside. In fact, it was uncovered to be parked on the backlot of Longcross Studios outside of London, just off the M3 freeway. I said ‘was’ because, it was spotted way back in June and as you know, Google Earth only updates the satellite images between 1 and 3 years, and so, for all we know, it may have already moved between now and then. Continue reading Did Disney Did A Bad Job In Trying To Hide The Millennium Falcon?
In what could be the weirdest stuff we have seen all-day, or even all-week, is this image of an apparent casket with white-on-red Louis Vuitton x Supreme branding. Seriously, this person must have an undying love for the collaboration between the two design labels. I know. I being ironic here. No offense, really. A person has to go, he/she has to go, and I’d give to the person for making the last leg in luxury. No one really knows who was the person or what transpired. Continue reading Apparently, Someone Had Chosen To RIP In A “Louis Vuitton x Supreme” Casket
Ready to take your Halloween decoration to the next level of creep? Well then, here’s a DIY project back from 2016 which you can embark on for this Halloween that will completely amp up your Halloween decor’s creepiness. What you see here is a Jack O’ Lantern with Arduino-powered Moving Eyeballs. It was created by YouTuber 68percentwater for last year’s Halloween which bagged him a prize in his workplace (not sure what he had won, though). This is perhaps the most fitting 21st century iteration of the good’ol Jack O’ Lantern because, moving eyeballs. Continue reading Randomly Moving Eyeballs Turn Jack O’ Lantern Into A Creep O’ Lantern
These days, it is not easy to convince your Instagram followers that you are filthy rich. Posing next to stranger’s Lamborghini parallel parked on the street? Nah. Too passé and a tad too obvious that ride isn’t yours. Using a model car and standing way in front of it, pretending that it is a full-size luxury sports car? Nah. That is the oldest trick on the book which kind of means predictable. So, what’s the best way, you ask? Get someone to photoshop you into a private jet. Almost a great idea, except that nowadays, the Internet is full of eagle eyed folks. If you do that, you are putting your reputation on the line. In other words, you’d be flamed till the cow comes home. Continue reading You Can’t Afford A Private Jet, But You Surely Can Take Photos In One!
So, you can’t afford a 300 bucks plus subscription device that could certify the authenticity of designer handbags? Fret not, my friends, head over to eBay and you will probably have a peace of mind that the designer handbag or wallet you are buying is in fact the real deal. There’s a catch though. The sellers you are dealing with will have to subscribe to eBay’s new Authenticate service and obviously, this is not a free service to the sellers. Sellers who wished to have their products certified by eBay and subsequently, slapped with an “Authenticity Verified” label, the product in question will need to be of value of at least $500 and if the seller managed to offload the product to a buyer, he or she will only receive 80 percent of the sale proceed. Continue reading eBay’s New Service Will Prevent You From Buying Fake Luxury Goods
When you come across a video on your Mac that you’d like to watch later, you may look for a way to save it. In some cases that may be possible, but for many online streaming videos, TV shows and other types of content – it is not. However there is a relatively easy way around this problem: Capture the videos you want to watch later directly from your screen and then save them. Continue reading Capturing Different Videos To Watch Later With Movavi Screen Capture Studio For Mac
By now, you should have already known that China have made a name for itself for sharing services. Virtually everything can be shared, including basketballs, stools, umbrella, and the obvious like luxury cars and bicycles, but now, a Beijing-based startup has taken the sharing economy into a new era with sex dolls sharing. Yes, really! Sex doll sharing is a thing now, in China. Just when you thought there aren’t any more things the Chinese people could shared, Ta Qu (literally translates to ‘his pleasure’ and when pronounced sound a lot like the English word ‘touch’) thought that renting sex dolls will be a hit as opposed to the usual full ownership. After all, who would want to bang the same chick over and over again, right? Silicone or not. Pfff. Continue reading Everything Can Be Shared In China, Now Including Sex Dolls. Yes, Really!
When I first came across the Hello Kitty-themed tires, my immediate thought was, the Smart fortwo in Hello Kitty wrap could use these tires. After all, if you want to complete the look, why not go all the way? I mean, if you could wrap your tires, you probably would, but since you can’t, this collaboration between Korea-based Nexen Tire and Sanrio Inc. could be your best bet for the complete mouthless kitty cat-themed automobile. Wait, is she a cat? Never mind… Anyways, the tires are real and so are Kitty’s compatriot, Cinnamoroll-themed tires. Yup. There’s not one, but two Sanrio characters put onto Nexen’s tires. Two! Don’t you just love options? Continue reading You Can Now Roll On Hello Kitty Tires, Thanks To A Sanrio And Nexen Collab
I still can’t believe they actually made a movie about emoji. I know right. How is it even possible? I mean, inanimate objects that we attached with text messages are being turned into living, talking heroes? I know, with over 5 billion emojis being sent everyday, there is no doubt that emoji super huge, but a movie, really? Anyways, speaking of the ridiculously number of emojis being sent on daily basis, one couldn’t help but to be curious about what are the most commonly used. Well, to be honest, we don’t have the numbers for the world, but we do have the stats for the U.S. Someone managed to find out which emoji is the most used for each of the 50 states. Continue reading The United State Of Emoji Map Reveals That Poop Is Much Loved In The U.S.