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  • June 13, 2011
    This is the Guinness Record holder for the world's smallest ad (yes, apparently there's a category for that), commissioned by Gillette and etched onto a beard hair (or is it a pube?) using an electron microscope and ionic blaster. The entire thing is only 100-microns across. ... / Continue →
  • April 28, 2011
    There's a new fad sweeping the nation, and, sadly, it's not women going topless. Nope -- it's monkeytail beards. Monkeytail beards (NOT BEARS) start at one ear and then wrap around your chin and mouth to make it look like you just finished picking the ticks off a monkey's nut... / Continue →
  • February 28, 2011
    11-year-old Supatra Sasupha has a busted chromosome that's left her with Ambras Syndrome, a rarity that, in case you couldn't tell, causes a person to grow thick hair everywhere. But, despite laser hair removal being ineffective, this isn't a sad story, this is a story of the ... / Continue →
  • February 8, 2011
    Suck it, Flowbee! Get it? Cause that shit requires a vacuum! This is an automatic head-shaving helmet invented by some guy named Boris, who doesn't run around with Nastasha but will swerve to hit a squirrel when driving (you're sick!). Somehow, this helmet uses four razo... / Continue →
  • October 14, 2010
    And if it wasn't for your face getting in the way it might actually be cool. Who are you, Clark Kent's little brother that ate too many kryptonite paint chips growing up? Also, those are some small-ass nipples. I wish I had little nipples like that. Mine are so big they tak... / Continue →
  • September 27, 2010
    If there's one thing you should never let a robot near, it's your genitals. Followed by your head. Your children are third. But this post is all about #2. And I'm not talkin' dookie, although I may have let a little slip pretending I was in that chair. Panasonic's hair-was... / Continue →
  • June 3, 2010
    Etsy seller twoeggplants (and a microwave) is selling these super-realistic Game Boy soap bars. They cost $15 apiece, which I think we can all agree is a small price to pay to pretend you're playing Tetris while on the can. Like most of my soap creations, this Game Boy Soap ... / Continue →