There’s burning Godzilla and then there is the, wait what? A Treezilla? Treezilla is a portmanteau of ‘tree’ and Godzilla, and it is exactly what it says it is: a Godzilla tree. But what the word did not tell you is, it is a Christmas tree.
If you love ice cream as much as boba tea (or bubble tea as it is known in most parts of Asia) and you will be hitting up Japan soon, then you are in for cool treat because, Lipton Milk Tea Ice Cream is now a thing.
In the latest of ridiculous products, we have here the Jesus Shoes, AKA Nike Air Max 97 with holy water loaded into what used to be a pocket of air for, you know, cushioning. Created by Brooklyn-based MSCHF, the tagline of this ‘Jesus Shoes’ is walk on water. I kid you not.
If you are thinking of hitting up Halloween parties in a Spooktacular Creations Inflatable Giant Squid Costume, I salute you. I salute you for your dedication to this once-a-year costume party.
The Snow Globe Sweaters you see here is so hilarious that I don’t even know how begin this post. No, these are not winter hats for your G.I. Joe action figures. The name is intentionally misleading because, telling people those are actually nipple sweaters may offend some.
I am sure you are familiar with McDonald’s “do you want to upsize your meal?” question. I am, but never I have I thought it could be “upsize” to this big. Like, French Fry Guitar big.
Forget about Google’s fancy radar, here’s a new kind of interface we want with our phone. OK. Maybe not. What you see here is an artificial skin that, incredibly like real, organic skin, is capable of responding to stroking, pinching, tapping and tickling.
The Glenlivet. If the single malt whisky from the nearly two centuries old Scottish distiller is not conversation starter, I bet its The Glenlivet Capsule Collection would. In fact, it has caused somewhat of a furor for reason a mortal like me cannot comprehend.
Move over, Balenciaga. Gucci is here to take over the rein as the label with wacky fashion pieces. At the fashion label’s SS20 runway show, Gucci has show off some seriously loony fashion pieces.
Limousine exists because, sometimes, some people need to travel in grandeur and because, it has generous space and privacy to boot. This weird contraption here, an apparent homemade 1993 Ford Festiva Limousine has none of those, save for maybe the privacy.