This wine glass by Etsy seller Shattering Sentiments will give other people a not so subtle clue as to how your day has been. The 20 oz hand- etched wine glass has three distinct zones: Good day, Rough day, and Don’t even ask!”
This is the original slide, patented in 1961, was relatively high-tech in its day. It was inspired by the long, durable-yet-flexible design of the filmstrip, and invented to turn an activity people were already doing into a user-friendly product. That's according to patent documents from Robert Carrier, who called his idea "a portable aquatic play device for body planing."
This is a $200 One Fast Cat running wheel, an exercise wheel for cats. Some features to note are that it’s made from recycled plastics and its “surface is made from a closed cell EVA foam to prevent claws from catching and allowing cats to run naturally using their claws for safe footing.” It’s easy to wash and comes in a small box for you to assemble at home. Watch the Kickstarter video, but the project is already funded so contributing $200 gets you one.
These are shots of some of the foot items available at the Pikachu Cafe in Japan. The cafe will be open for a limited time (until August 31st) outside the Pokemon XY movie exhibit at Tokyo City View in Roppongi Hills. Cool, more images jump more.
Kickflip($18) is attached to the bottom of your laptop with a removable and repositionable adhesive. When you need a lift, simply flip the Kickflip out and kick back and enjoy the comfort of working from an elevated position.