We probably can’t quite imagine the number of times some place in the world would have been all worked up because someone saw an image of Jesus crop up somewhere. The miracle can be yours to command, all you need is the Grilled Cheesus, a sandwich press that brings the image of Jesus to your toast. If you have an interest in the project, you could lend it support over at Kickstarter.
We are at a total loss of words, because the magnificence of this throne is too dazzling to be described. It’s a chair, it’s a toilet seat with a cushioned lid, and it’s… weird. We were more inclined to wait for the recliner version anyway. But if you do find good in this throne, the design by Jacob Brassé is available for pre-order, and is selling for $195.
Kids, it is important to protect yourself from the rain, but it is equally important to have logical solutions rather than going the way of overdoing things. And this brings us to the topic on hand, the raincoat/umbrella hybrid.
Like most people, we would find it hard to believe the existence of a cyclops shark, but the image of the one-eyed shark fetus is very much true. The fetus was discovered when fisherman Enrique Lucero León caught a shark, and upon cutting open his catch found nine normal shark fetuses and this one-eyed shark.
When I first saw the edible perfume, I was like “WTF. Why the hell would anyone need to eat perfume.” But apparently, people do need things like that, and sadly it is not a mouth freshener. An Amsterdam based company is marketing a swallowable perfume that comes as scented digestible capsules.
In Japan, even cars have ears. No, I’m not talking of some new voice recognition technology, but fiberglass ears that have appeared on a couple of cars in Japan. The cars have been made as part of a promotional event for the Tokyo Motor Show. Made by The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association working with TOKYO FM and J-WAVE, these cars actually will listen through their ears. Embedded recorders in the ears will capture public opinion, which we believe will mostly be on the lines of wtf is that ugly thing!
Phillipines based Herbert Chavez is a big superman fan. And he’s so taken by the superhero persona of Superman that he has decided to look like the man of steel himself. Herbert has undergone chin implants, rhinoplasty, lip injections, even hip implants in the desire to be a superman lookalike.
It’s a strange story, of a man who thinks he is a penguin. Alfred David is a 79 years old living in Brussels, but people know him better as Monsieur Pingouin or Mr. Penguin. It was a life changing accident in 1968 that gave Alfred David a limp, but his friends decided it was more like a waddle and jokingly started referring to him as the penguin. David apparently took the joke seriously and took something of an obsession with the flightless bird.