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  • September 18, 2014
    This is the $13 D20 Bowl Set available from ThinkGeek. Together, the two pieces form a D20 die. Separate, they form two halves of a D20 die that are fillable with chips and dip. Don't limit yourself to chips though, you could also fill them with candy like fun-size Snickers ... / Continue →
  • March 31, 2014
    These are the smiley face screws created by Studio Yumakano and the Komuro Manufacturing Company in East Osaka, Japan. They require a special smiley face screwdriver to screw into something. They're supposed to make everyone who sees them happy. Not a bad idea, but you know ... / Continue →
  • November 5, 2013
    AR Wear is a line of rape-prevention undergarments (which are currently an Indiogogo project). They were designed to be "locked" after being put on and adjusted, preventing the waist from being cut or pulled down, and the thighs from being cut or pulled up. The waist, thigh... / Continue →
  • August 19, 2013
    This is the Archibird Cage Table built by French designer Grégoire de Lafforest. It's a table with a bird cage below and little glass viewing bells that the birds can fly up into. Admittedly, it looks pretty nice. At least until the whole thing is covered in shit. Nothing l... / Continue →
  • June 4, 2013
    This is a collection of rings called 'Ménage à Quatre'. They were designed to not only look fancy, but stimulate a lady's privates. Something I know very little about but am desperate to learn. PROFACT: did you know vaginas run from front to back and not side to side like a ... / Continue →
  • December 3, 2012
    This is the floppytable, a coffee table that looks like a giant 3.5" floppy disk. The metal protector even slides to the side to reveal a little storage space for your remotes/weed. That's pretty cool. My roommate? He's the opposite of cool. Isn't that right, Derrek? He l... / Continue →
  • November 6, 2012
    This is the Puzzle Keyboard by designer Wan Fu Chuna. It's a modular keyboard with individual keys that can be snapped together in any combination. As you can see, whoever made the one in the picture got really creative and basically made A REGULAR-ASS KEYBOARD with some of t... / Continue →