Get your cosplay right to the last detail with these Star Trek TNG costumes. ThinkGeek says the tunic has been made using original patterns sourced from CBS archives, so this is as authentic as it gets. Made from high quality gabardine cotton and polyester blends, the tunics are officially licensed replicas. You would get your cosplay right, but you will have to spend $230 on each piece. Probably worth it.
Disney movies are based off stories that are, for the most part, very difficult to place in correct historical order. You could always try to place them in history, depending upon the characters, the setting, and even clothes. It won’t always be the correct answer, but the estimate can be pretty good.
Baby has something in front of it. It’s time to make a baby decision. This flowchart by DoghousDiaries explains how that decision is going to be made.
So this awesome bull terrier and his owner get together for some awesome shots where the dog becomes a part of the illustration.
Several great cartoon characters had their heyday in the ‘80s and early ‘90s. It’s been a long while since then, and while we do still fondly remember them, most of them are way past their prime. This video takes a look at the present day life of those famous characters. Fall from popularity and limelight doesn’t usually end up well, does it?
A nap simply isn’t worth it if you aren’t wrapped in a million dollar blanket. It might not be usable as currency, but $20 for a million dollar banknote blanket is probably still a good deal.
The art of Pawel Kuczynski takes a look at issues that are important to modern society, often in a satirical way. Here is the artist’s take on Facebook.
Nobody saw it coming, and Disney Princesses turned out to be monsters. On the plus side, they are very cute, very Disney-like monsters, and probably would be loved a hell lot more in some parallel universe. Well, in fact I’m sure the little monster princesses would find a lot of admirers in our own universe as well. The monster Disney princess illustrations are the work of artist Jennifer a.k.a. NoFlutter.
Those zombies have been jonesing for human brains for quite a while now, it’s only fair we turn the tables and teach the zombies a lesson. Eating zombie brains seems a bit yucky, so we’ll just swap that with cereal; preferably froot loops. Eating out of rotting undead flesh doesn’t sound so cool either, so we’ll swap that with dishwasher and microwave safe ceramic. Voila! That’s a nice bowl for breakfast. Costs $13.
Wired got a chance to visit a Crayola factory, and came back with this colorful video detailing how crayons are made. Just for a sense of scale, the factory makes 12 million crayons a day.