Bling: The one thing that never goes away. In fact, many won’t mind having a bit of bling in their poop either. One place we didn’t quite expect gold and diamond to turn up was in contact lenses. Designed by Sanjay Shah, the lenses are available in Mumbai, India and are made out of gold plates with eighteen diamonds stuck on each. Priced between $11,200 and $15,700, the lenses apparently also have the superpower of making a perfectly good face appear scary.
Well this is… awkward. We wonder how someone thought of carving a statue of these two superheroes in this position. It’s so totally WTF. The weirdo Superman-Batman statue was seen by a redditor on a trip to Italy, and it apparently sits at the Villa Borghese.
Looking surprisingly passable as “decent” wedding dresses, these are all made of toilet paper. The dresses were made for Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest by Cheap Chic Weddings. The image on top was the submission from Susan Brennan, which won the top prize of $1000. She made the dress using 4 rolls of Toilet Paper, hot glue, and packing tape. The second and third images show the runners-up for the competition. Also, God help those brides if someone decides to pop a bottle of champagne too close to them.
Call him Iggy, or Mr Avatar, this guy happens to be a big fan of the movie and its main female character Neytiri. He does go about the usual business of buying fan memorabilia, images, but he’s also modded his truck for the movie theme and covered his back with tattoos. Right now, he has about 10 tattoos on his back, all for Neytiri. But he’s not stopping there, Iggy plans to get another tattoo, a big Toruk for his chest. Oh, and Iggy is married, and his wife thinks the obsession with Neytiri comes from her big, beautiful eyes.
It’s all just a matter of priorities and thoughts, and probably ambition which we guess this robot seriously lacks. It wants to be a human armpit. The robot delves into human armpits, emotions and the smells that go along with such feelings. Using a chemical called androstadienone, the robot mimics the same smell as in human sweat, showing off its response with the smell of fear. A more respectable way would have been to simply beep or light up an LED, but that’s just what we think.
Created by Concept Shed, this coin-operated wedding machine can walk couples through the entire wedding, vending machine style. It can dispense plastic wedding rings, personalized receipts, and plays out the traditional wedding march. Couples can select the type of union they’re entering and key-in their names to get personalized receipts that include a discount voucher for auto-divorce.
China’s Love Sex Company has created a robot that probably solves the problem with blow up dolls. Apparently, this bot can recognize faces, and do a little chitchat to go along its basic function. The 5 feet, 5 inches tall robot has skin and muscles made of silicon gel that make it look absolutely realistic. Also, the robot can “work” in a variety of positions and some of its body parts can be programmed to shake. None of those things make it any less creepy, but the worst part is having pillow talk with a robot. The robot is priced around $5000.
Apparently, you can have the joy of playing Doody Head a.k.a. piling poop on each other’s head even when you grow up and get a brain. But grown ups do it the game way, using fake poop to plaster each other’s heads. I have no idea what good it could do, but $18 will get you two velcro hats and three soft, tossable doodies for play.