I get it that brand collaborations can cover a wide range of products, but this particular collab product has turned out to be rather, well, unorthodox. Unorthodox perhaps not by choice, but poor execution by whoever made it. The product in question is Demon Slayer x Asakusa Nezuko Kamado’s Bamboo Tube Meat Roll.
Plastic model kit of animal is in itself pretty unusual (read: weird), let alone one that is Evangelion-themed. That’s right. Plastic model kit is not just about military hardware, aircraft, characters and vehicles; it also has the animal kingdom covered and also yes, there is actually Evangelion Crayfish aka crawfish model kit too.
Do you know that July 14 was National Macaroni & Cheese Day? (Yes, it is a thing). And do you know that Kraft had, on this day, teamed up with Brooklyn-based Van Leeuwen Ice Cream to sell, wait for it… Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Ice Cream?
Gasoline fume may be harm, but it is most definitely like eau de parfum to a petrol head. No? Its only me who think so? Good god. I think I am in need some serious counseling!
Subway sandwich is a foot-long and so is American football. You know what else is also a foot-long? Goldfish. That’s right. The aquatic animals that people keep as pets. That goldfish.
It is not secret that the Guinness World Records have gotten rather preposterous with all kinds of bizarre records logged. I mean how is it that intentionally stepping on LEGO bricks is a record? If I were to describe world records, it would say there’s always a record waiting to be set. In other words, …
I can’t remember at which point in modern PC times that we started having keycaps that are less than practical to use. I am not talking about resin keycaps that in regular keycap form; we are talking about eye-catching keycaps that tower over the rest.
When a food or snack comes in just one piece in a packaging that says “hot as hell”, well, you better believe it. Lil’ Nitro is one such snacks. Billed as the world’s hottest gummy bear, Lil’ Nitro is the Paqui Carolina Reaper Madness Chip equivalent, but for the sweet tooth.
How much many money will you pay for nothing? Not a single cent, obviously. Apparently, though, someone has paid €15,000 (roughly about US$18,250) for a so-called invisible sculpture. The nothingness was the “work” of Italian artist Salvatore Garau called lo Sono or “I Am”. The “sculpture” is, ermm, nothing.
When the Mac Pro was revealed two years ago, its cheesegrater case was the subject of ridicule and memes. The practicality of the holes covered front is questionable. Clearly, not everyone is a fan.