J&D's Foods, a Seattle-based company has announced its latest product - a condom that's patterned to look like a pinkish-red slab of bacon and is flavored with the company's Baconlube -- which "began as an elaborate April Fool's prank and was never intended to be a real product" but nonetheless persists out of sheer novelty -- has topped itself by offering a pork-flavored prophylactic. According to the company, the condoms are "made in America of the highest-quality latex and rigorously tested to help ensure the utmost reliability and safety for when you're makin' bacon." They are available here.
The vases by Japanese Oodesign are shaped like ripples in water, allowing users to place flowers into a PET formed resin void - floating nonchalantly on the water. According to the movement of the air, the plants change their position within the container.
ಠ_ಠ, otherwise known as the "look of disapproval," is a character sequence commonly used as a reaction emoticon to express one's disapproval or disbelief. The emoticon is most commonly used to express disapproval or disappointment, in similar vein to other expressions and reaction faces like "are you fucking serious?" and "are you kidding me?" among others. Available to buy on etsy.
Salamandra robotica II walking and swimming outdoors and performing the transition from swimming to walking indoors. Developed by EPFL Biorobotics Laboratory in Switzerland and the University of Bordeaux in France.
Minox has revealed the latest version of its miniaturized digital classic camera, the Minox DCC 14.0. The tiny camera even can fit in the palm of your hand. The camera features a 14-megapixel sensor, a fixed lens and an optical viewfinder. The Minox DCC 14.0 will be available in either black or silver for US$240/piece.
Take a closer look, this is a mug, not a bag! The Monogram Bag Mug is an oversized coffee mug designed to look like a high-profile bag. Rest it on the flat side and the mug handle looks like a purse strap!
Recently, the Internet is flooded with massive photos of the Japanese schoolgirls, who appear to be releasing invisible energy that sends their peers flying. The photo mania is especially popular amongst schoolgirls who started the trend by uploading images on Twitter and labeling them as "Makankosappo", a reference to a special attack in the popular manga-turned-anime Dragon Ball series.