Aren't you a little short for a stormtrooper? Link via shopecko.com...
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Fiona Thomson re-visits iconic 19th century forms and adds a modern twist by utilizing simple technologies to create and adapt products for use in the 21st century. Recently unveiled at the New Designers event in London, each of her works cleverly transforms ornamental objects into a functional and useful object.
Ingenious. Link via Design No Doubt...
A bar of soap becomes smaller and smaller as it is used, and it becomes more and more difficult to use. So we used to throw it away. 'Soap bank' helps us to save small pieces of soap as if it is a saving box so that it naturally helps the user to finish the whole. 'Soap bank' can help us use whole soap.
What a pisser! Demo via p-standingup.com.
P-Mate is a portable urinating device that allows women to urinate standing up wherever and whenever they need to, without losing their dignity or risking unhygienic and unpleasant public restrooms. P-Mate is a portable urinating device that allows women to urinate standing up wherever and whenever they need to, without losing their dignity or risking unhygienic and unpleasant public restrooms.
Once you get over the initial reluctance to put a human head in your mouth, you'll find that the subtle contours and watermelon flavor of these Sigmund Freud Head Pops are worth the strange looks you'll get as you suck them. Each sucker is about 2-1/4" tall with a 4" plastic stick. Twenty-four individually wrapped lollipops in each illustrated display box.
Poppy Sol didn't raise no fools. Kudos to the marketing geniuses behind this one. Operation: Salami Drop it's not, but apparently there is more to this symbolic gesture than meets the eye...
Why nuts? In the final episode Jake Green (Skeet Ulrich) borrowed the historic phrase "NUTS" in response to a final offer of surrender from a hostile neighboring town. CBS decided to cancel the show, and fans are uprising to save Jericho by sending, you got it, NUTS to CBS executives.
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Is it beatiful? No. Will it help prevent the spread of AIDS? Probably not. Is it cooler than Saturday's lunar eclipse? Absolutely (or, at least from our perspective).Link & blockquote via Pronto Condoms...
The user holds the device with the thumb and forefinger of both hands, pulling the condom down over the penis in a single rapid movement. See video demonstrations of the product.