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  • February 26, 2016
    This is a shot and video of the 9-foot LEGO Death Star exhibit built at LEGOLAND Windsor Resort in the UK. The Death Star contains over 500,000 bricks, weighs 1,900 pounds, and took 15 builders over three months to complete. When the display opens March 11th visitors will be ... / Continue →
  • October 26, 2015
    This is the Fallout beer being released November 5th. Bethesda teamed up with Danish brewery Carlsberg to create the beer, which is supposed to have a "refreshing zesty hoppy taste and floral aroma." You can pre-order a 12-pack on Amazon UK for £30 (~$46, or entirely too much... / Continue →
  • September 19, 2014
    To celebrate their new donut delivery services (WAIT -- WHAT?!) in the U.K. (dammit!) Krispy Kreme baked up a special double hundred dozen box of their original glazed donuts. That's 2,400 donuts. And apparently one lucky company is going to win all these donuts, although hop... / Continue →
  • July 16, 2013
    This is the 40-foot dragon skull that 'washed ashore' on Charmouth Beach in Dorset, England, to promote the availability of Game of Thrones season three on the UK-based television streaming service Blinkbox. Any of you use Blinkbox? I don't even have a TV, just an aquarium. ... / Continue →
  • April 4, 2009
    Baconhenge is what the ancients ate for breakfast before battling the shit out of each other with rocks and tree branches. Also, sacrificing virgins to the potato gods and dancing around with gourds on their junk (trust me, I mistakenly sat in on an anthropology class when I w... / Continue →
  • April 3, 2009
    A group of angry villagers in Broughton, England chased off a Google Street View car because they feared an invasion of privacy and increased crime in the area. "I was upstairs when I spotted the camera car driving down the lane," resident Paul Jacobs told The Times of London.... / Continue →
  • March 9, 2009
    This is a cute commercial for European-based electronics manufacturer, Loewe. The ad was designed to highlight their "extremely realistic sound", but to me it highlighted how cool a human remote-controller would be. Sorry, what was that? Haha -- you've been muted, son! Yout... / Continue →
  • February 24, 2009
    Apparently 25-year old Amanda Johnstone from South London was chosen by XBox as the UK's hottest Halo fan. I find it a little hard to believe, but who knows, I'd still Chief it. At this point, we'd love to tell you (Miss World Style) about her charity work, measurements an... / Continue →
  • September 3, 2008
    A 50-foot robotic spider, which has been sitting dormant on the side of an office building since last night, is going to come alive on Friday and destroy the everliving shit out of Liverpool. Weighing 37 tons and standing 50ft high, the spider is currently clinging to the si... / Continue →
  • April 30, 2008
    Some UK plumbing firm thought they'd ramp up their business with video game lovers and name their company SuperMario heating and plumbing. Now I don't know if this has already been resolved, but Nintendo may have something to say about that. To be fair though, at least one of... / Continue →
  • November 30, 2007
    The Acrea Zest is a little plastic car available in Europe. It has no top at all, and the floors are drilled out to allow rain to pass through. It weighs 1/3 that of a typical vehicle, has a gas engine that gets 66 miles per gallon, and has a top speed of 60 miles per hour. ... / Continue →
  • October 29, 2007
    The ISIS is a tricky puzzle ball that is apparently hard as hell to solve. Each one is unique, with only one solution. If you solve it you can win prizes like cash, a massage chair, and other crap. The puzzle is a gleaming orb, handcrafted in England of a premier alloy of al... / Continue →
  • October 23, 2007
    Some A+ student over at Bucks New University in the UK designed this toothbrushy couch. Looks comfortable doesn't it? I think so. A lot more comfortable than the one I designed with corncobs instead of soft blue tentacles. Suffice it to say I ran and jumped into my couch one da... / Continue →
  • October 22, 2007
    The EatMeCrunchy cereal bowl is no ordinary cereal receptacle my friends, oh no. It's a bowl with a secret. That secret is a shelf that your cereal sits atop, where it remains crunchy crispity until you push it over the ledge into the milk vat at the bottom. It costs $8, or you... / Continue →
  • October 19, 2007
    An art exhibit by Moritz Waldemeyer entitled 'By Royal Appointment' features these chairs, which change the color aura around them to reflect the hue of your clothing. Go to Gallery Libby Sellers in South Kensington, London if you want to give them a go. Ol' Moritz suggests, ... / Continue →
  • October 16, 2007
    The Quasi Universal Intergalactic Denomination, or Quid for short, is the new currency designed for outer space. They have no sharp edges and are made from the same polymer as non-stick pans -- to ensure no damage to space tourists or ships. Currently, one quid is worth about... / Continue →
  • October 8, 2007
    Carlo Volf displayed his Stick Chair at the recent Made In Denmark exhibit in London. He actually made the chair back in 2000, but it's still drawing oohs and aahs from crowds for some reason. "The chair directly references the classic Spindleback Chair, but with a modern twi... / Continue →
  • October 4, 2007
    Sculptor Benedict Radcliffe and pedal car designer Ben Wilson showed off this wire Lamborghini at the Art Car Parade in Manchester last month. If you can't tell, it's made of wire. And has pedals to make it go. God, can you imagine all the bugs splattered on your face when y... / Continue →
  • September 26, 2007
    Daventry, in Northamptonshire, UK, is testing the use of cybercars, which are computer controlled cars. You push a button along the route, and the little electric car comes and picks you up. They follow a pre-programmed route, and use lasers to avoid hitting things. I think ... / Continue →
  • September 20, 2007
    The UK has approved the construction of the Wave Hub, which will be the first full-scale wave powered generator in the world. It looks like an underwater level from Mario Bros., but it actually generates electricity. Located off the coast of Cornwall, it may one day generate ... / Continue →