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  • November 12, 2014
    This is a zombie dog costume. It's kind of morbid looking. They cost $16-$20 depending on the size and, based on the Amazon reviews, are incredibly poorly made and not worth the money. Still, I like the little brain hat. You know who it reminds me of? Rex from Fallout: New... / Continue →
  • August 14, 2014
    I'M A BIIIIIIIIRD! This is a video about a 'salmon cannon' designed to launch salmon upstream in places where dams make swimming upstream to spawn impossible. The cannon can shoot the fish up to 22MPH, with a rate of 40 salmon per minute. Then they all get together and have ... / Continue →
  • August 1, 2014
    These are the demon, dragon and owl skull masks hand sculpted, cast and painted by Catherine Gretschel of Etsy shop aishavoya (who also created those little dragon hair clips). Prices range from $140 - $180 depending on the design and are one-size fits all except ogres. I'm g... / Continue →
  • July 11, 2014
    I knew instantly it wasn't a spider though because spiders have twelve legs and this one only has four. "GW? Spiders only have eight legs." Then what the f*** did I just smash with a rolled up newspaper?! I'd look at the carcass in the trash but REAL TALK: I ordered Chinese... / Continue →
  • July 9, 2014
    This is the $70 Sexy Dinosaur Costume available from Yandy. It's perfect for the woman who wants to look like a woman in a ridiculous shiny dinosaur costume. Now I know you probably thought I would be into this, but come on, even I've got my limits. The arm proportions are a... / Continue →
  • June 9, 2014
    A Russian chatbot named Eugene Goostman has successfully become the first program to beat the Turing Test and convince more than 30% of the humans it chatted with that it was human as well. I would have never fallen for that. Hello. "Hello." IT'S A ROBOT -- IT'S A F***ING R... / Continue →
  • May 29, 2014
    This is a series of photographs from University of Pennsylvania biology professor Daniel Janzen of a species of caterpillar in Costa Rica (and other Central American countries) that has a realistic looking snake's head on its underside. Plus it will actually try to strike like... / Continue →
  • December 4, 2013
    Allegedly the orchid mantis is the first known species of predator to lure prey pretending to be a flower (not hiding in the flower like some spiders do). Apparently they're so convincing they're more likely to be visited by insects than actual flowers. That's something you m... / Continue →