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Pencil Dice Is A Pencil And Dice Rolled Into One, But Don’t Ask Why

When we were young we were taught that rough handling of any regular lead pencil will result in the lead inside to be broken. With this in mind, you probably wouldn’t throw it like a dice, or perhaps, wouldn’t even roll it. Or maybe you will be compelled to do so if you have the Pencil Dice by Sebastian Bergne. Pencil Dice is essentially a regular six-sided pencil. You know. The hexagonal cross-section pencil made of soft wood that has a long stick of lead embedded in its core? Continue reading Pencil Dice Is A Pencil And Dice Rolled Into One, But Don’t Ask Why

Ring Soap That Won’t Turn Into Gooey Mess Has Made A Come Back

For those who still use soap to bathe, we applaud your dedication in putting up with the eventual gooey mess that’s inevitable when the soap is soaked in moisture. It happens and on most part, humans have learned to accept this eventuality, but not for German brand Authentics whom, years ago, tasked designer Sebastian Bergne to design a soap dish that will counter this age-old problem. However, instead of designing a soap dish, Sebastian proposed an entirely new soap, which was called Ring Soap. No. The soap is not water resistant; that would be crazy cos’ you probably won’t be able to bathe with it, but as the product name implies, it is a soap shaped in a ring form which allows it be hanged on the accompanying peg and voila! it will never soak in water and so therefore, no more semi-dissolving mess, or at least not as quick. Continue reading Ring Soap That Won’t Turn Into Gooey Mess Has Made A Come Back