Oh look. It’s the Dogbrella!


Taking the dog out for a walk in the rain is trouble. Even if you somehow manage to stay dry, the dog wouldn’t and will promptly move to wet the whole place as soon as you reach home. The Dogbrella isn’t going to magically improve things, but al least it will keep the pooch relatively dry and more comfortable. Also, it kind of looks cool, in a very weird way. Costs $30.

Via: CrunchGear

You’ll need more than guts to eat the oven-baked tarantula


Continuing the line of weird edible products, ThinkGeek has put up oven baked Tarantula for a snack. Apparently a delicacy in Cambodia, where people seem to have super strong stomachs or are just too hungry, you’ll just need to remove the fangs before you set to chow the frightening eight-legged creature. They helpfully add that the tarantula is a “healthy” meal, because it is baked, not fried. Costs $25.

London parlor puts breast milk icecream on sale, calls it the Baby Gaga



An icecream parlor in London has found a great way to grab the attention of people, and make money while doing that. They’ve come up with a brand new ice cream, made from breast milk. Dubbed the Baby Gaga, the ice cream is available at a restaurant in Covent Garden. The icecream is priced at £14 ($22.5), but price would probably be the last thing on mind of people buying this flavor.

Via: Arbroath

Man deep fries PSP, tries to eat it



No matter how yummy you find your gaming console and the games, you’re not supposed to eat them. Well, we thought everyone in the whole wide world had that idea, but things like that don’t happen in our crazy world. This guy battered and fried his Play Station Portable (PSP) and then tried to eat it with chopsticks. That obviously didn’t work out too well, and the guy didn’t get to eat it, but … WTF!?

Via: Geekosystem, Neatorama

Coco nose straightener says there’s no need for a nose job

We’re guessing a lot of people have tried their hand at a nose job, and while a lucky few got through, most others have been left with botched noses. Apparently, Cleopatra used a similar contraption, only this one’s better because it’s got the modern world’s vibrating tech. Coco nose straighteners may not have the same ring as a nose job, and they actually may not get anything done either, but it will probably be a good placebo to have rather than walking into the guillotine of the nose job.

Via: ShinyShiny, Gizmodo