No matter which Ikea you go to, they are unsparingly massive and for unfamiliar visitors, getting lost is not uncommon and so is falling asleep on one of those cosy beds or sofas. While some of us may have our fair share of the said experience, no one can beat Bro Bible writer Harvey Champine, whom had gotten away living in one of the Ikea malls for two stays. Yes, you heard that right, two days. According to Harvey, it was one of those rare days where he had off and so, instead of staycation or whatever things normal folks do, he scurried to Ikea to have a hearty meal of cheap hotdog. Hit by drowsiness, likely induced by the heavy cheap meal, he fell asleep on one of the loft beds and the rest, well, I think its best to hear from the horse’s mouth: Continue reading How a Guy Lived in Ikea For Two Days Without Being Caught
Comic superheroes/supervillains with superpowers are fictional. We all know that (right? right?), but with a little help from ingeniously designed gadgets, you might be able to turn yourself into one and the Pyro Fireshooter by Adam Wilder is one such device. While soaring the sky and magically appearing in some war-torn Southwest Asia countries is probably still under development, the Pyro Fireshooter will turn you into Marvel’s flame thrower-equipped supervillain, Pyro, well, almost. You have an advantage over Pyro though; your flame spitting gadget is sleeker and is wrist-worn, which can concealed under your jacket or shirt’s sleeve. Continue reading This is Pyro. It Will Let You Shoot Fireballs Out of Your Palm
The reason why one of the world’s best invention, the blender, never goes beyond the home is the same reason why it is so hard to get electric cars to be accepted: mileage. Sure, battery packs can get it the range or at least somewhere in the ‘acceptable’ range, but charging it is, however, the biggest hurdle of all. Though it is possible to have battery-powered blender with swappable battery, it is still an inconvenience. Recognizing there is a void to fill in the area of portable blender, a California-based outfit, TailGator, invented the TailGator Gas-powered Blender in 1998, which eradicates the mobility issue with a blender once and for all. Continue reading TailGator Gas-powered Blender Gives You the Horsepower to Blend Anywhere, Even in the Wild
At the first glance, this dissected Ralph Wiggum looks like an illustration that you may see coming from illustrator Jason Freeny, but it is not. It is an incredibly realistic 3D cake. What??? As unbelievable as it is, this is really a cake featuring Ralph Wiggum, son of Police Chief Wiggum from the longest-running American sitcom, The Simpsons and is the work of British Columbia-based designer Kylie Mangles of Freshly Squeez’d. It was an entry for Threadcakes, an online competition where folks make cakes based on Threadless T-shirt designs. Continue reading Dissected Ralph Wiggum Cake Looks Morbidly Delicious. What???
How big a fan are you of bacons? If your answer is insanely huge, well, then the Fou Lard Bacon Silk Scarf is the must-have fashion accessory for you. Designed by Natalie Luder, Fou Lard Bacon Silk Scarf is a clever play of words too. In French, “Foulard” essentially means “scarf”, which is what the product is, but when you separate the words into “fou” and “lard” as what the product is called, it means “Insane bacon”. That’s just some literacy information, which is as cool as (or as weird) as the product is. Made of 100 percent silk aka “Crèpe de Chine” (literally, fabric of China), digitally printed with photorealistic image of the ever delicious (but superbly sinful) bacon. Continue reading You Can Wrap a Bacon Around Your Neck Without Getting Oily, Well, That’s If You’re Really Into Bacon
we are not sure how many of you like to take a dump or piss without turning on the bathroom light. if you do, then you might want to check out the Night GLOW Toilet Seat. it will, as the product name implies, add some subtle glow to your throne in the dark, so you won’t miss-sit and end up on the floor, or trip on the toilet. it may sound pretty ridiculous but glow-in-dark toilet seat does exist, which might just be a fun thing to have, or you could just turn the light on. your choice. the Night GLOW Toilet Seats can glow up to over 8 hours, but it is also dependent on how long it was exposed to a light source and what type of the light source. obviously, if it is exposed to brighter light for a longer period of time, the glow is going to last you quite a bit. Continue reading Night GLOW Toilet Seat Gives Your Throne The Deserving Glow
who would have thought selfie could have gotten this big? we know we didn’t. it kickstarted an unstoppable wave of self-admiring, egoist images that floods the social media, which prompted gadget makers and third party accessories manufacturers to divert part of their attention to selfie-friendly products. but all those are nothing as compared to Acer’s glittery selfie sombrero. yes. we are talking about the broad-brimmed hat typically worn in Mexico and southwestern U.S., and yes, we said ‘glittery’ too. it has to have glitter and in pink, so as not to be confused with the typical sombreros, and it has an integrated Acer Iconia A-1 840 tablet too – dangling at the edge of the hat, lock and ready to capture a selfie whenever you wish. Continue reading Acer’s Glittery Selfie Sombrero Is The Ultimate Selfie Fashion Statement
the Chevy’s Corvette Stingray by itself is a ride that stands out from the crowd without the need to soup it up further. of course, you could crank it up a few notches up by going for the Hennessey Performance version, which will give you more horses and a more distinctive look, but will cost you pretty penny. however, if minor cosmetic tweaks are what all that’s matter to you, then American Car Craft might just have something for you and that ‘something’ is this 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray Shark Tooth Grille you see before you here. before we proceed, we have to be clear that we are divided on this. first, by the virtue of the Corvette’s namesake, it is a Stingray and adding a set of shark’s teeth, though looks menacing, does kind of put it in a serious identify crisis. a Stingray with shark teeth? sure it will turn heads, but with mix reactions. Continue reading Turn Your Corvette Stingray Into a Corvette Shark by Adding Steel Jaws To It, Identity Crisis Comes Standard
black buns though rare, are in existence. we knew that. but black cheese? man, that just simply looks like melted tar or tires stuffed in between the burger. but that (and the blackened buns) are just what Burger King Japan has to offer starting September 19. available in two burger types: Kuro Pearl and Kuro Diamond, these burgers will not only feature black buns and black cheese but also has onion and garlic sauce that contains squid ink, you know, for that extra measures of blackness. too bad they can’t make the patty black too, but it has got black pepper. the almost unholy, charred-look buns and the poisonous-looking cheese are made from bamboo charcoal and the patty with black pepper, though not entirely black, is made from bamboo charcoal too. Continue reading In Japan, Black Burger Is Blacker With Squid Ink and Black Cheese That Looks Like Melting Tires
we may be highly sociable online, but we can’t say the same when offline. why? whenever i take the train, i noted at least five out of ten person are glued to the phone as if there is some invisible string that ties the phone to their eyes. nobody looked up, at least not until their stop. but hey, it is definitely a non issue to me, but some folks think its time for a change and hence, the noPhone. noPhone is what it says it is: it is not a phone at all. it takes on the familiar form of a typical smartphone and shares the exact weight and dimensions as “your most beloved gadget” (no prize for guessing which handset), but what it lacks of are, well, functionality. Continue reading NoPhone Is What It Says It Is: It Is Not A Phone, But Why?