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.”
I have often wondered of what do do with the wads of cash I have lying around. Pooping gold on a gold toilet is fun, but there needs to be more gold. My heart swells with happiness to know that I can now buy goat poop covered in gold and throw it in the garden as manure.
Artist Leandro Granato makes his tear ducts do art. The process starts with him squirting some paint up his nose, and then squirting it out through his eyes. The squirted paint falls on a canvas, and there you have it, art. Well he does arrange the canvas to have the paint squirt where he wants it, or at least the general area. To ensure that the squirting paint doesn’t damage his eyes, he created a “special formula” that goes easy on the eyeballs.
If it’s raining cats and dogs, no umbrella can keep you dry unless its the full body umbrella. Yeah it’s a weird mish-mash of umbrellas, probably not that comfortable either, but hey, if it works for you, it works. This was spotted in Tokyo by Kiks Balayon.
Berlin-based artist Sebastian Bieniek created this set of intriguing, and sometimes unsettling portraits of females. The set doesn’t exactly use the female’s face to the full extent, it is the rudimentary face paint with makeup and its juxtaposition with facial features that creates the effect.
Channel your cat’s inner artist by providing a paint kit for the kitty. It comes with five colors of acrylic paint and three canvas sheets so the feline can work its magic. We think the paint would be found everywhere but on the canvas, but that’s just artistic cat for you. Costs $19.95.
Ever thought of getting a gourmet on with bugs? Well, here’s something to get you started. Edible Bugs Gift Pack has a set of seven bugs in cans. In case you have the stomach for them, the bugs (and related flavors) are Bacon & Cheese Grasshoppers, BBQ Bamboo Worms, Nori Seaweed Armor Tail Scorpions, Salted Queen Weaver Ants, Sour Cream & Onion Dung Beetles, Wasabi House Crickets, and Giant Waterbug Chili Paste. Costs $40.
Not as gross and realistic in appearance as the rotting chocolate body parts we saw earlier, this collection by Visual Anatomy will let you savor human body parts and organs in relative peace. Of course, eating the likeliness of human body parts might still creep people out, but then consider how you love eating gummy bears.
We have learnt to never question the logic behind things that seem improbable from the get go. Going by that understanding, we are absolutely not going to question what makes Hello Kitty go with beer. The cute kitty has found room on fruit flavored cans of beer, who happen to have given up half their alcoholic content as compared to regular beer in favor of Hello Kitty. Released in Taiwan, Hello Kitty beer is available in lemon-lime, passion fruit and banana flavors.
Eating a live octopus is considered a delicacy in Korea. The dish that is traditionally called Sannakji is sometimes served as freshly chopped pieces of octopus, or often as a whole, live octopus. It may be noted that since the octopus is alive or has been freshly chopped, the suction cups on the octopus arms are usually functional and can get stuck in the mouth or throat, often causing a choking hazard.