You know Lyft and Uber? They are a common sight these days, but in addition to the two prominent ride sharing services that operate mainly in big cities, Michigan has another unique form of ride sharing service and it is one that involves a horse and a buggy (or carriage, as some would have called it). So, yeah. It is a taxi with a ride that, technically speaking, has just one horsepower, but who cares about ‘horsepower’ when it is this cool? Continue reading Meet Michigan’s Amish Version Of Uber Ride Sharing Service
From cake with poppable pimples to shag rugs-lookalike cake to non-edible pot pie with anthropomorphic faces, the world is certainly not lacking of bizarre and sometimes disturbing food, fake or real. Well, it looks like it is not going to stop. It seems like more are being uncovered every now and then, and here’s another by Holland-based Singapore artist by the name Lim Qi Xuan. Lim, also known by the pseudonym Quimmy Shimmy, is the creator of this rather disturbing clay macarons that bear incredibly realistic faces of babies. Continue reading Artist Creates Clay Macarons With Disturbingly Realistic Faces Of Babies
With so many fake news, including those covering monsters (Yeti, Sasquatch, Loch Ness), you’d be skeptical when another popped up on the Internet. Rest assure though, this creepy sea creature that was found washed ashore in Kien Giang province in southern Vietnam on July 29 is not a fake video. And yes, it is a creature alright. It was alive and kicking, stretching and moving its myriad of tree branch-like tentacles when it was placed on a table in a home. Continue reading There Is Something Unsettling About This Creature That Was Washed Ashore
Remember the almost perfectly frozen ancient carcass mammoth found in Siberian permafrost? Well, someone had used the hair found on that ancient beast to fashion a hat. Yes, really. We never heard of anyone using mammoth hair as a material for a hat and so, it is safe to assume it is the first. According a report, the head wear has been put up for sale with a cool asking price of $10,000. For this princely sum, the buyer will secure himself a traditional Yakutian-style hat made with one-of-the-kind material, along with a certificate of authenticity. Continue reading Mammoth Carcass Found In Siberia Had Its Hair Made Into A Hat
Cockroach is not even remotely close to being adorable. In fact, it is one insect that is being frown upon by nearly all humans, but that does not stop one store in Thailand from selling plush toys of giant roaches that even has a rather endearing name, ‘Peter the Cockroach’, to boot. If the looks didn’t get you, perhaps the name will? Maybe? As you can see, Peter is very, very realistic. I’d say it is photo-realistic – short of being hyperrealistic – and it is anatomically correct too, complete with the requisite antenna (feelers?), spiky legs, wings and the works. Continue reading In Thailand, Realistic-looking Giant Cockroach Plush Toy Is A Thing
When a horror artist who also thinks ‘pies’, you know something bizarre is going to be produced. Such is in the case of Ashley Newman of It Came From Under My Bed. Ashley is a horror artist who also loves making creepy objects, including the prop pies . And the pies she make are not just any fake pie; they are pies with an appearance straight out of horror flicks. Continue reading Horror Artist Made Realistic Prop Pies With Creepy Human Face Top Crust
You know how some small corner delis will make you smell like the food the delis are whipping up? Well, if you love the idea of the smell of food clinging onto you and you are also huge on roast beef, then the ‘World Famous’ Roast Beef Sandwich Reality Bath Soak is the ultimate treat for yourself after a long day at the mundane, odorless office. It contains 23 ounces of roast beef colored, “soothing, bat crystals” that promised to make stress relief “fun.” OK. It looks like it won’t leave you smelling of food like the KFC Japan’s Drumstick Bath Bomb does. Continue reading Roast Beef Sandwich Bath Soak: Roast Beef-flavored Bath Salts Is A Thing!
Mankind’s fascination for curved phone is not illogical. A curved phone is more ergonomic when placed against the face (but clearly not when placed on flat surface such as the desk). Despite so, only a couple of handsets in the history of mobile phone ever adopted the design. In fact, there was only one and it was the Nokia 8110 from the 90s which was recently being updated and brought back to life. That phone was as iconic as the red British telephone booth and because of its unique curved candy bar form factor, it was affectionately called the “banana phone.” Continue reading The Banana Phone Is A Phone That Is Literally A Banana
I try my best to imagine the best picture for any given situation. For example, when you get handcuffed, I would imagine it may be just an incident of bedroom role-play gone wrong and not that you are a fugitive on the run. That being said, if you ever find yourself being locked down by handcuffs, TIHK may have the survival kit you never knew you need. Continue reading TIHK’s Newest Survival Kit Lets You Get Out Of Handcuffs. Wait, What?
Do you like Mayo? Oh, you do? Then, do you like your Mayonnaise chilled? Like, you know, ice cream kind of chill? Well, if you do (which honestly, I think hardly anyone would), then you maybe (just maybe) the Hellman’s Mayonnaise flavored ice cream is right up your very narrow and possibly bizarre alley. Yup. That’s right. Mayonnaise Ice Cream is a thing now and it is being served up in Scotland by an artisan ice cream parlor called ICE Falkirk. Continue reading Mayonnaise Ice Cream Is A Thing, But Is It Yummy Or Yucky?