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  • October 8, 2015
    Seen here on what appears to be a 4,000-lane highway, a checkpoint on the other side of a tollbooth causes a bottleneck and massive traffic jam outside of Beijing. Honestly, if I had been stuck in this I probably would have spontaneously human combusted. I do not cope well wi... / Continue →
  • August 31, 2015
    Die, table for two! Rage Room in Toronto is a business where, for $20, you get to destroy five ceramic plates with a baseball bat. You can also add more plates, vases, picture frames, chairs, tables, etc. for additional costs. Alternatively, come over to my place and I'll le... / Continue →
  • October 13, 2014
    These are the stress relief mushrooms being sold by FireBox. They come in Fly Agaric (pictured above), enoki, king trumpet and matsutake varieties, and cost $9.50 apiece. Most of them look like penises. They make the perfect de-stresser for the person who's always dreaming o... / Continue →
  • December 5, 2013
    Picture related: bra. Researchers at Microsoft are developing a wearable boobie-based mood-detecting system with the hopes of helping to curb emotional overeating in women and men with tits big enough to fill a bra. Me? I'm a B-cup but if I bend over you'd swear they were C'... / Continue →
  • February 22, 2013
    44-year Darren Baldwin got fired from his temporary job at a UK stress ball factory, so what did he do? What anybody in a warehouse full of stress relievers would -- punched his boss, then produced two knives and began threatening to stab him in front of the other workers. I... / Continue →
  • October 13, 2008
    Stressed? Love milk? How about a $43 bottle of stress-relieving milk straight from the Lon-Lon Ranch? Tokyo-based Nakazawa Foods will launch the "Adult Milk" line of products in October targetting "adults who live in a stressful society," the company said in a statement. ... / Continue →
  • May 14, 2008
    Wow, I really need to ramp up my efforts to live a more stress free life. I don't wanna end up like this guy, who, in the span of three years, went from a young dapper lad to an old diaper clad. Apparently he's a Japanese news reporter that let the stress of the job get the b... / Continue →
  • February 26, 2008
    Man I have no idea where to even begin with this one, but I'll try. Mr. Wang Wei, owner of Beijing BUBBY (I assume that's Chinese for booby) Robot Technologies, has created a robotic breast massager. Mr. Wei did this when he realized he'll probably never get to touch one hims... / Continue →
  • January 8, 2008
    The 'Yubi Lax germa' is a finger massager from Japan. It runs Â¥945 (~$8.60), but I couldn't find anyone shipping to the US, so someone please purchase one and send it to me. My fingers really need it. All this typing really takes its toll on my precious digits. This state ... / Continue →
  • November 1, 2007
    The Zen Dolphin is a glowing blue plastic dolphin that's supposed to help you relax. It moves like it's swimming. Relax as you watch Zen Dolphin magically swim above its illuminating base. Beautiful blue light makes it appear as though Zen Dolphin is effortlessly swimming t... / Continue →
  • October 1, 2007
    The USB stress relieving Whac-A-Mole ripoff, "Whack It" plays just like the original you used to play at Chuck E. Cheese's or local arcade, except that it's tiny and there's no damn mallet. So I guess it's not the same. You push the different colored heads with your finger as... / Continue →
  • September 24, 2007
    Superpatatas are lamp blobs created by Spanish product designer Hector Serrano. Playing with them makes the light brighter. They can also be used as squeezable stress relievers, pillows, or bed warming devices. I think they're pretty neat, and I'd get some, except I'm done w... / Continue →
  • September 19, 2007
    The About Time Clock, designed by Buro Vormkrijgers, doesn't tell accurate time, and costs $170. This innovative clock reveals the passing of time by rolling around your desk and telling time in one long continuous sentence. Designed in reaction to our stressed lives, where ... / Continue →
  • August 13, 2007
    The Panic Button is a USB gadget that fires up one of three "stress relieving" screensavers whenever you push it. While the screensavers are questionable (atomic bomb, punch your boss, and an excel spreadsheet look alike), I believe the idea itself has some merit. If you're a... / Continue →