This is the world's first carabiner key. It's a key that's also a teensy carabiner. How can they even make parts that small? Beats me, but you could ask God the same thing about your pecker! HAHA -- BURN, Needlepeen! No word on cost, but they are a real product you can order from Scott Amron at Amron Experimental (who also brought us keyring keys). But whatever you do, do NOT use them instead of actual climbing carabiners when you're out on the mountain, because they will break, and you will plummet to your death. And, even if by some miracle you don't die, you'll still be locked out of your house. Food for thought. "That's glue." IT'S BRAIN FOOD.
Amron Experimental Product Site
Let's learn how to pick locks together on Facebook
and then we can steal all the candy out of the vending machines at the laundromat
Tapi faucet nipples from Dreamfarm (I'm not gonna lie, I've always dreamed of farming nipples, too) turns your faucet into a water fountain by squeezing off the hole at the bottom. Simple! Plus it comes in a rainbow of colors, none of which will match any kitchen/bathroom's d... / Continue →
Sometimes it's the simplest things that are best. Like a bacon sandwich on a crisp morning or tricking a dinosaur into thinking another meteor is coming so you can bed it that night. And then there's this keyring. Which is both key AND keyring. What will they think of next?... / Continue →
Well, you can't really insert anything you clock fetish pervwads. Just things that are relatively small, cylindrical, and lightweight. But everything that meets those criteria is fair game. Like, um, severed fingers (I recommend using a thumb and middle finger -- 3 and 9 o'cl... / Continue →