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Go Animal This Halloween: Realistic-Looking Eagle Mask and Talon Gloves

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Realistic-looking eagle masks and talon gloves from  Archie McPhee for this Halloween.
"The eagle means a lot of things to a lot of people, from being the symbol of countries (from the US to Iraq) to inspiring the name of one of the best-selling bands of all time (The Eagles). Now, YOU are the eagle and can take on whatever symbolism you choose."
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Whiskey Wedge

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With the Whiskey Wedge($15 Pre-order), now you can keep your spirits chilled without watering them down.
"Each unit comes with one Double-Old Fashioned Whiskey Glass and one silicone mold. Simply add water into the double old fashioned glass, insert the mold, then freeze. The ice forms into a wedge and, similar to a glacier, melts slowly due to the reduced amount of surface area. "

Amazing Destiny Thorn Fan Made Replica

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Amazing thorn gun replica by designer Eric Newgard for $420.
"This listing is for one urethane casting of the Thorn, an exotic hand cannon from Destiny. The original was 3d printed, finished up, and molded for reproduction. The finished Thorn Hand cannon is made of 10 separate parts that allow each gear to spin individually.
These replicas are hand made and assembled with utmost attention to detail, then meticulously painted and airbrushed, and weathered to a fine finish. Each piece is unique and is prepared with care. These are ideal for collectors and cosplayers alike. An Impact Props certificate of authenticity is included with each order"
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Pineapple Hair

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The head looks like a pineapple. Here's a video that shows how this man pictured above. Jamie Jay Car Videos recorded Wayne Marshall visiting Kube Barbers in Clearwater, Florida to get pineappled.
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Y-40,  the deepest swimming  pool in the world

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The Y-40 is ‘the world’s deepest swimming pool’ located at Montegrotto Terme, Italy, within the complex of Hotel Terme Millepini. Designed by Emanuele Boaretto, the Y-40 measures 21 by 18-meters and has a depth of 42-meters. The  pool is filled with spa water, temperature of the pool to remain at a constant 32-34 Celsius.
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This is a box of 2,400 Krispy Kreme Donuts

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Yes, this is a giant box of Krispy Kreme donuts. Double Hundred Dozen  Krispy Kreme UK’s biggest ever box of doughnuts, to launch the retailer’s new Occasions offering. It was recently unveiled in London by Krispy Kreme UK for their new Occasions offering. The box is 11.5 ft long and has within it 2,400 Original Glazed donuts. Eight staff members had to work together to fill the box and load it onto the delivery truck.
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Check Out Acer’s Selfie Hat for London Fashion Week!

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This latter was created by fashion designer Christian Cowan-Sanluis in partnership with Acer. This unique headpiece is a huge glittery pink sombrero that features a fold-down flap integrated with Acer’s Iconia A-1 840 tablet. The face of the tablet is directed towards the wearer who can spin the hat to set different angles as per his choice for shooting a selfie.
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Giant grubs, bug and worms made of gummi

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Akai Tento's Yahoo Japan Store features some of the beautiful glistening gummi larvae, worms and bugs for sale in the tiny coffee shop/market stall that serves a small fishing harbour on the east coast of Aomori Prefecture.
Akai Tento no Koohii Ten (Red Tent Coffee Shop) features highly detailed gummi bugs, some filled with sweet jelly guts that squirts out when you bite into them -- they're about $3 each. More pics after more.
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Futuristic Industrial Helmet Features HUD

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The DAQRI Smart Helmet has two semi-transparent displays that sit right into your field of view and augment your environment with potentially essential data. A set of cameras provide 360 coverage, allowing you to take photos, videos, and even make detailed 3D maps.
"With the most advanced sensors available including an industrial-grade inertial measurement unit, a high-resolution 3D depth camera, and 360° navigation cameras, DAQRI Smart Helmet supports HD video recording, photography, 3D mapping, and alphanumeric capture, allowing the Smart Helmet to read and understand signage and instrument data."
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Hands-Free Wine Glass Holder

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This is the hands-free wine glass holder will let you easily carry a plate of appetizers, and shake a few hands.
"The lightweight lanyard hangs around your neck, while the flexible rubber sling firmly cradles your glass of wine and keeps it upright."
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The Beer Briefcase

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You could show off your Beer Briefcase. Each bottle is individually wrapped and protected from clanging up against its neighbour, and the hard exterior saves them from accidental knockage. It is $45.
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Deep math of the folded pizza slice

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Why does a flat pizza slice flop over unless you bend it into a curve? Thank Gaussian curvature, the 19th century mathematical principle that underpins everything from corrugated cardboard to eggshells to Pringles chips.
 Wired's Aatish Bhatia uses the pizza-slice as a jumping-off point to explain one of the most elegant and fascinating parts of geometry, and once you read his work, you'll never be able to look at a curved surface again:
"Well, the pizza slice was flat before you picked it up (in math speak, it has zero Gaussian curvature). Gauss’s remarkable theorem assures us that one direction of the slice must always remain flat — no matter how you bend it, the pizza must retain a trace of its original flatness. When the slice flops over, the flat direction (shown in red below) is pointed sideways, which isn’t helpful for eating it. But by folding the pizza slice sideways, you’re forcing it to become flat in the other direction – the one that points towards your mouth. Theorema egregium, indeed.
By curving a sheet in one direction, you force it to become stiff in the other direction. Once you recognize this idea, you start seeing it everywhere. Look closely at a blade of grass. It’s often folded along its central vein, which adds stiffness and prevents it from flopping over. Engineers frequently use curvature to add strength to structures. In the Zarzuela race track in Madrid, the Spanish structural engineer Eduardo Torroja designed an innovative concrete roof that stretches out from the stadium, covering a large area while remaining just a few inches thick. It’s the pizza trick in disguise
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Giant Bag Clip

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The Handy Camel is a tight sealing clip and convenient carrying handle for large bags, such as potting soil, fertilizer, pet food, ice salt, bird seed, BBQ charcoal, and more.
Just slide it around the bag's opening, clip it shut, and the round teeth inside securely grip the bag without tearing it, while the ratchet locking system creates a tight spillproof seal.
As handy as this would be for various household projects and pets, it's also great if you have a massive bag of potato chips.

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$11.99.
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When A 6-Pack Of Beer Isn’t Enough, There’s A 99-Pack

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This is the 99-pack of Peacemaker beer available from Austin Beerworks. Austin Beerworks is selling a 99-pack of beer called the Peacemaker, and it’s going for $99, that's about a dollar a beer. It's seven feet long, weighs 82-pounds. It won’t fit in your fridge for instance. And you won’t be able to carry it alone. But hey, it’s a 99-pack of beer, buy 99 beers at once!
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Spider Fangs Pillow

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Tweet Alex Wild:"I can't understand why no one has bought my new, relaxing throw pillow yet. " The story about the picture.
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