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Muscle Guy hand muscle-strengthening tool

By Monica on Wed Nov 27 2013 |
Muscle Guy hand musclestrengthening tool
Gear | Sport
Muscle Guy is a hand muscle-strengthening tool that reminds people to exercise with a comedic inflatable attachment. Squeezing the handles to exercise the hand muscles causes air to fill an inner cavity. When the tool is used continuously, the muscle man fully inflates. He deflates when the tool is not used. This psychological hint should encourage regular exercise.
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Sliced eat sticky notes

By Monica on Wed Nov 27 2013 |
Sliced eat sticky notes
Gear | Tools
These designs by Korean Marsmers are perfect for your favorite culinary connoisseur. they can have fun fooling friends with these mouth-watering adhesive memo pads that look like real food!
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Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball (Chatroulette Version)

By Ben on Wed Nov 27 2013 |
Gear | Video
Haha!
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The Lake Monsters of America

By Ben on Wed Nov 27 2013 |
The Lake Monsters of America
Gear | Pic
Look at all the lake monsters on this map! The full map at Atlas Obscura has a legend of its own, to explain the different types of monsters. There are serpents (like Nessie), giant fish monsters, monstrous turtles, and even a cephalopod or two...
"A 1923 eyewitness account of the monster of Alkali Lake in Nebraska reported that the single-horned alligator-esque creature let out a "dreadful roar" from the water. Described as 40 feet long with a horn like a rhinoceros, as well as an atrocious smell that is near fatal in itself, it's apparently a very hungry creature and devours anything in its path. Mostly this has been livestock. Sightings peaked in the 1920s, but have since faded, so perhaps Alkali Lake, now called Walgren Lake, is free from its fearsome, smelly unicorn beast."
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The Florida State University AcaBelles Perform 'Royals'

By Ben on Wed Nov 27 2013 |
Gear | Video
The Florida State University AcaBelles perform 'Royals', a song from the debut album of New Zealand singer-songwriter Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O'Connor, better known by her stage name Lorde.
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Siew Ming Cheng’s Spike Away vest

By Ben on Wed Nov 27 2013 |
Siew Ming Cheng  s Spike Away vest
Gear | Other
Siew Ming Cheng created a vest covered in spikes called Spike Away, a vest covered in spikes that are normally used to keep birds and cats away from plants. In Singapore, where Ms. Cheng lives, trains can get really crowded. People jostle, push and get too close. Ms. Cheng found in a hardware store a material used to keep birds and cats away from plants. She shaped it into a vest so that she can keep human pests away.
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The Angular Skull Armchair

By Ben on Wed Nov 27 2013 |
The Angular Skull Armchair

The Angular Skull Armchair
Home | Furniture
This is the Skull Armchair designed by French artist Harold Sangouard.
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Adidas originals handcrafted out of cardboard

By Monica on Tue Nov 26 2013 |
Adidas originals handcrafted out of cardboard
Gear | Sport
British illustrator and graphic designer Chris Anderson was commissioned by Leeds-based streetwear shop the Chimp Store, to create replicas of their upcoming stocklist of adidas footwear arriving in 2014. Each scale model has been intricately crafted using 100% recycled corrugated cardboard. From the traditional three stripes to precisely cut out adidas logotypes, each sneaker accurately depicts the original.
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Auto Aerobics

By Monica on Tue Nov 26 2013 |
Auto Aerobics
Gear | Projects
The project 'Auto Aerobics' by UK based artist Chris La Brooy using three-dimensional tools. He reinvents cars, rolling each with one another for a rendering both beautiful and strange.
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Atoll portable soundpad

By Monica on Tue Nov 26 2013 |
Atoll portable soundpad
Gear | Gadget
Incorporating a portable entertainment system into its thin cover, European and US-based company Atoll have designed the 'soundpad'. The accessory includes a magnetic, protective outer case that flips open into a bluetooth stand-alone speaker system. The cover itself is made from durable silicone that is soft and silky to touch, while being easy to keep clean. The 'soundpad' boosts the overall intensity of playing games, enhances the clarity in movies and conversations and also helps to experience the full range of music being played.
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