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.
We have heard from misplaced sources that women find makeup quite a problem. You wakeup, you spend a hell lot of time putting on makeup. A nagging problem like that would be totally solved if everyone looked equally hideous the same. Never mind that the solution raises more problems than the non-existent ones it solves, but Chinese designer Zhuoying Li has come up with the Uniface Mask.
You can be ridiculous, but the tough job is being 24 karats of pure ridiculous. This 24k gold rolling paper will take care of the latter for you. This edible smoking paper is made from 24K gold so you can light up and smoke your cigarette in style. Set of 12 costs $60.
People often underestimate the sheer power of ridiculousness. Unwise move, I tell you. Its stuff like that which keeps you away from goodies like the mosquito net pants. They are basically shorts, so you can stay cool, but they have a net running down the length of your legs so you are not exposed to those pesky mosquitoes. Research on the subject has not been enough to know if mosquitoes died laughing on seeing someone wear these, but we would speculate for the worst. Costs $30.
Apparently, run off the mill toilet paper isn’t good enough for certain butts. To cater to this high-end butt wiping business, a Japanese company has come up with rolls of “designer” toilet paper. The designer toilet paper is only available to subscribers of “Toilet Paper of the Month” club promotion. If you’re buying three rolls, the cost per roll is $18. Buy in a pack of eight, and the cost per roll comes down to $18.
From the deepest recesses of crazy, comes the disturbing idea of combining human and animal DNA to create pets that are also babies! Chinese designer Lingxizhu Meng apparently thought that babies are a waste of time, lets get pets instead. That’s a very good idea, except then she decided that the pets also needed to be human, so a bit of human DNA was thrown in to create hideous creatures that are half human, half animal. Kind of like Minotaur, only a gazillion times more crazy and a gazillion times less awesome.
We are not even going to pretend what this shit is about. Mainly, because we can’t make out if this should be funny or cheeky and ridiculous. The “9 Months On The Inside” wording is funny, but a prison suit onesie for a toddler sounds just wrong. Costs $30.
Smoking is bad today, but when it was at its height, it was even worse. For a long time, we did not understand the health hazards of smoking and it was advertised as something cool, awesome, beneficial and even healthy! Even when the bad effects of smoking were better understood, it took quite a while before the claims of health could be fully removed from advertising. Hell, they even got a US President to endorse cigarettes!
Jeff Bloch or Speedycop as he is called is well known for his quirky car creations suited for LeMons. We’ve already seen a plane converted into a car, and now here’s an upside down racecar. This one is a chimera is built off the mashup of a 1990 Ford Fiesta and 1999 Chevrolet Camaro.
Characters generally like to build their lairs away from population so they can go on with their experiments freely. Although that’s a huge luxury if you’re living in a giant city like Beijing. How’s a man ever supposed to get a respectable secret lair with real estate prices like that? Going around the problem, a Doctor built a mountain lair for himself on top of a 26-story residential building in Beijing.