Like they excel at everything else in the universe, cats also happen to be excellent at literary talents, as evidenced by this collection of poems. The book gives a perspective on things, as seen by cats, in a very poetic way. The book I Could Pee On This And Other Poems By Cats is available on Amazon.
Elf ears really seem to suit that guy, not sure if accident or intended. Costs $23.
Socks have a penchant for getting holes and becoming useless. The clear solution of course is to make socks out of material used in bulletproof jackets, which are known for their ability to withstand getting holes in the face of brutal force. To that end, Socrates Sock Co. is busy manufacturing socks out of military grade Kevlar carbon matrix for reinforcement and Lycra as elastic.
If people have trouble understanding social cues, having a can of repellent sprayed on their face might make things simpler. Or more complex, we’re not really experts. Costs $7.
Artist Nathan Pyle has a sweet set of posters based off the movie The Princess Bride. Some of these are available as prints and T-shirts.
When the sexy hamburger doesn’t work, you could always look towards sexy Sesame Street characters. The costumes are available at Yandy, the good people where are apparently busy churning out sexy costumes for Halloween as their life’s mission.
That’s just how things should be. A dapper gentleman just sitting peacefully, solving the problems of the world. Costs $13.
Halloween’s almost here and along with the costumes, the undying tradition of drinking beer shall be enjoyed. Well, beer drinking is a festival everyday, but it sure could get a matching flavor for Halloween. And what better a way to serve beer on Halloween other than fitting the tab to a pumpkin beer keg.
Having a home in a truck doesn’t quite sound habitable, let alone comfortable. But the world has a habit of doing the unthinkable, which brings us to this tiny home in a truck that looks surprisingly comfortable for a dwelling its size. Built inside the standard UNICAT truck, the house has a bedroom, bathroom, office, lounge, and a life of adventure.
Getting weird hairstyles to make a statement is one thing, and having a giant hairy spider on the head is totally different. But they do manage to catch attention, which I suppose is all advertising campaigns want. Philippines based advertising agency TBWA/Santiago Mangada Puno came up with these scary spider and lizard hairdos for a hair gel campaign.