In Norway, Stian Ytterdahl had a McDonald's bill tattooed onto his lower right arm. McDonald's denied any involvement and said it wasn't a marketing stunt. "A couple of my friends thought I had been a little too active towards the ladies lately and wanted to punish me," Stian Ytterdahl said. "When we were at McDonald's on Monday, they said I either had to get a Barbie tattoo on my ass or the receipt on my arm. He chose the latter. "Now I'm a living billboard, but I think it's all just fun. Maybe it won't be as fun when I'm 50 or 60 years old, but that's my choice."
The MyTask iPhone case(on kickstarter) has been designed and created in a prototype form by Addison Shelton, "a iPhone case with built-in scissors, mirror, USB or bike tools that can adapt to your lifestyle!" "items you need everyday at the office or on-the-go. Snagged nail, just use the nail file Never have to ask for a pen again Transfer photos onto your included memory card Tame unwieldy eyebrows with the compact mirror and tweezers Pop open that beer bottle with the bottle opener Light up that beautiful face while using facetime with the LED"
New Godzilla - Extended Look! "An epic rebirth to Toho’s iconic Godzilla, this spectacular adventure, from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures, pits the world’s most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity’s scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence."
A bicycle crossed with a scooter? French designer Philippe Starck and car company Peugeot have unveiled a prototype bicycle crossed with a scooter, designed for a free cycle scheme in Bordeaux, France. Good idea. The first 300 units are expected to be manufactured and delivered by Peugeot in June, when they'll be loaned to citizens for free.
Hidden is a concept designed by Giulio Gianturco for Makro that's basically a washbasin concealed within a wooden box. Inspired by nautical equipment, Hidden includes a sink basin made from sturdy Corian, stainless steel taps, a mirror with a light, a plug, and an extra secret compartment below for stashing your Scop
Dogs watch us all the time and read our body language like a sixth sense. They also smell our bodies for changes. Max smelt cancer in Maureen before any medical scans could pick it up. Dogs do this naturally and can be trained to pick up on tiny volatile chemicals given off by cancerous tumors. They can even be taught to alert diabetics to low blood sugar levels.