Li’l Lager bottle for kids is so bad… it’s bad

This bottle is so hilariously politically incorrect, it totters to the point of being shocking. Li’l Lager is built like a beer bottle, which makes this otherwise simple bottle quite a shocker. It’s a BPA-free, phthalate free plastic bottle with a food-grade silicone nipple that won’t really intoxicate any children, though its shape and look will provide fun times for onlookers. Li’l Lager is expected to be available in April, and is tentatively priced at $12.

Wear a futon to steal that quick nap at work

Trying to nap at work can be dangerous, wearing a futon so you could take a nap at work is ludicrous. Well, maybe it isn’t so bad because the Japanese apparently have a tradition called Inemuri, or sleeping on the job, which is considered perfectly acceptable. Well, if your workplace has no problem with you taking a nap, maybe it isn’t such a bad idea after all. Except the part about wearing a futon. Nothing can justify that.

Disney Princess Lingerie

Disney Princess Lingerie

It is well established that the world is a weird place. Yet, we continue to receive more proof of the wacko world every second. A company in Japan is selling Disney Princess inspired lingerie, each set priced at 3,990 yen ($38). The selection includes Belle, Cinderella, Aurora, and Rapunzel. I don’t even know what to say about it, this just seems so… wrong.

22 Karat Gold Toilet Paper Roll: Yes It Exists

We are not exactly sure how good gold is at wiping ass, but when we’re spending $1.3 million on a toilet paper roll, it better leave the ass clean and sparkling. The image you see here was found on the instagram of famous interior designer Kelly Wearstler. While the authenticity of the gold toilet paper roll may be questioned, there really is an Australian company that sells 22 karat gold toilet paper. Priced at AUD 1,376,900 ($1,300,000), the toilet paper is “delivered personaly with a bottle of Champagne.”

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Carry Your Fish Along With This Portable Fishbowl Handbag. Actually, Don’t

On the surface of it, the portable fishbowl handbag idea is quite exceptional. We love our fish, why not carry them along? Designer Cassandra Verity Green crafted a handbag that makes the fishbowl portable, and make it easy for you to carry the fish along. That’s a pretty sight. Well, but then those of us who do keep fish realize that this thing is something of a death trap for them. Tiny space, getting thrown around as you walk, constant changes, it is plain cruel. Pretty as it may be, something like this is guaranteed to significantly reduce the life of your fish; they’ll last a few days if they’re lucky.