I always used mechanical pencils when I was growing up as much as possible. I hated having to go to the sharpener and sharpen my pencil. I did indulge in the occasional grade school game of get your pencil super sharp and throw it dart-style into the ceiling though.
He may not have 8 consoles and a million controllers connected to him, but this R2-D2 makes up for it by having a current-gen system, an Xbox 360. Built by Mark Bongo, owner of Major League Mods, the casemod also has a projector, speakers, HDMI out, optical audio out, as well as standard A/V out.
The Mazooka is like a Nerf gun, except for the fact that its bullets are edible. The battery-powered gun can launch a single marshmallow as far as 30ft. I wouldn't mind being hit by a Mazooka. Unfortunately, the Mazooka can only fire one fluffy bullet at a time, plus it has quite a long recharge time.
Sometimes my feet get really sore and tired, so the idea of padding around in soft slippers with those rubber nubs that massage your feet really appeals some days. And being a computer geek, what better way to keep those feet comfy but with a pair of squishy keyboard slippers.
We know some brothers who could’ve used these Pixel Oven Mitts when swinging mallets, jumping over barrels, and saving princesses! Our Pixel Oven Mitts can help you do almost anything, but they are intended to protect your hands while holding hot trays and plates at home. Sure, if you could shoot fireballs, at let’s say… turtles, they could help with that too!
Most quirky alarm clocks make it difficult for the user to turn off the alarm, for obvious reasons. But Bandai's Gun O'Clock might actually make you look forward to its alarm sounding off, because then you can shoot at it. The Gun O'Clock has three modes.
Gorcelain, the Bloody Side of Porcelain |► One normally thinks of porcelain as decor or dishware for ladies who lunch, but artist Jessica Harrison has injected a horror show twist into the traditional ceramic delicacy. Via Don't Panic, the artist says: "The pieces are mass produced ceramics that I select and modify. I usually buy them at auctions or online, always second hand and usually already damaged. My selection of the ceramic usually depends on the pose and the facial expression of the figure [...]
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