The small video shows a few things that would be enough to piss off most New Yorkers. It obviously has some of the obnoxious practices and a few that would seem innocent to many.
Considering the amount of visual content we post, it has been a folly that Randommization did not make it to Pinterest sooner. Chalk that up to me being super lazy, and apparently getting too old to figure things as simple as Pinterest. Well, Randommization is on Pinterest now, and you can expect to find interesting pins from this website, as well as other interesting stuff that might not be published here.
Kellogg’s decided breakfast needs a companion that can be loved, and very rightly came up with this pop-tarts flavored vodka. Sadly, this is just an April Fool’s post that suddenly came to life and started doing rounds again, and fooling people even though the season is over. Kellogg’s really should think about the alcohol for breakfast market.
A large cat mane for the house cat, now that’s ultra suitable and super cute. Plus, all that synthetic fur makes the cat a dangerous predator like it is supposed to be. Perhaps this offering to the cat will make it think better of the humans living in its house. Just kidding, cats don’t care. Available on Etsy shop Nestasnest.
If you hear a building creak and groan in a storm, it would only be human to doubt the strength of the building. When the building in question is however high enough to reach for the sky, adjustments have to be made to work for the pressure and force wind is going to put it through. Checkout the video to hear the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa groan and creak when faced with strong winds.
The Hound from Game of Thrones is quite the badass, and his gear seems to go well with his character. This is a prop replica of the helmet he wears in the series. The officially licensed piece is limited to a production run of 2500 units, each coming with a certificate of authenticity. Costs £270 (~$414).
Time Wasting Experiment by Portland based artist Alyson Provax gives a good look at how we waste large amounts of time brooding over things, simply spending time on none too important thoughts. Worrying, it sucks, keep a level head and just do whatever you’re up to doing. Here’s some motivation if you need it.
The gigantic popularity of Game of Thrones is a fair idea to the associated merchandise we see going to sale. It apparently helps a lot that the sigils are quite pretty to look at and easy to adapt in several settings, with a wide choice. Game of Thrones House Sigil Throw Pillows come in the shape of a heraldic shield and are crafted out of velveteen-texture fabric. Available for pre-order and should be available in July.
We know this is all kinds of bullshit, but we’re going to believe it anyway, mostly because we want to believe. As the fairytale goes, Iranian scientist Ali Razeghi, who also happens to be the managing director of Iran’s Centre for Strategic Inventions has developed the “Aryayek Time Traveling Machine.”
An interesting series by Romanian illustrator Andrei Lacatusu, Life is Hard shows even the simplest of things in life aren’t really “easy”. Well, we guess it’s all up to perspective then.