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  • January 15, 2014
    In heartbreaking news for anybody who's ever dreamed of covering themselves in bananas and skydiving onto the monkey island at the zoo, a recent study conducted by the Paignton Zoo in southwest England has discovered bananas farmed for human consumption are actually bad for the... / Continue →
  • October 30, 2013
    I know that look! This is a small series of shots by cosplayer Spider_Inferno featuring Spider Man making himself a drink after a long night of crime fighting. Mary Jane doesn't look too happy about it. I bet he was supposed to take her out to a fancy dinner. And now? And ... / Continue →
  • November 29, 2012
    Land mines: they suck. And unfortunately there are still parts of the world covered with them from bygone wars. Enter Callum Cooper's Mine Kafon, a rolling wind-powered land mine detonator inspired by a children's toy. Callum claims the average cost of a land mine removal is... / Continue →
  • August 2, 2011
    This is small chart of the various ailments the Winnie the Pooh characters suffer from and the prescriptions they're on. As you can see, they're pretty accurate. Me? I'm sort of a Pooh-Piglet-Eeyore-Tigger combo, which is why I take the weed. "Dammit GW, you sound like ston... / Continue →
  • November 16, 2009
    Because even problematic varmints deserve a proper burial to ensure their Micky Mouse souls can get into heaven, design studen Sarah Déry created these mouse trap coffins. This package was developed to solve the problem of neatly disposing of caught vermin by building the tra... / Continue →
  • October 14, 2009
    After yesterday's Plasticdragon, loyal Geekologie Reader Ashley wrote to inform me that he and his art group recently created a similar figure. Except, instead of a dragon, it's a dead-ass body! This is a piece we did at Uni early this year and I just saw your feature artic... / Continue →
  • July 13, 2009
    This is a video about a guy living with first-person shooter disease (or Duke Nukem's disease). Honestly, I thought it was pretty sad until I realized it was a joke. What can I say, I'm slow. Like a turtle. One who just made love to a shoe. I swear, I thought it was my rap... / Continue →
  • April 2, 2009
    Snap -- you just got double entendre'd, son! Moving on. The Health Control Game Timer shuts down your Nintendo DS if you've been playing for too long. How long is too long? Apparently 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes. The device also features a distance sensor that will flash a... / Continue →