Friday, October 07, 2005

BRAVE NEW WORLD

Read it online here.

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Inventor of Fake Dog Testicles Wins Ig Nobel Prize for Medicine

Laptop Sushi Dinnerware



















...a dinnerware set made to look like a laptop.

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Happy Conception Day

"According to the Truth in Age Act, currently being debated on Capitol Hill, the lives of individuals will be dated not from birth but from conception."

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God Told Me To Invade Iraq

Brain Gelatin Mold








Halloween gift

"Fill the plastic brain mold with a customized gelatin mix and a few hours later, out pops a life-size, anatomically correct brain. Delicious! Recipe included."

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Coca-Cola Formula

Make yer own tooth decay.

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Bling Bling Barbie Doll













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Best Buy or Best Lie?

Could just as easily be Dixons or Comet. One sad sales experience.

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The Top 10 Most Ridiculous Products Of The Future

A Book

"For thirty-six weeks, a sketchbook was sent in random order between four artists: two in Brooklyn, two in Belfast. Every Wednesday, one participant would receive book. The following Monday it was sent out, giving each artist five days to complete a spread in response to the one that preceded it. "

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Travels With Chicken












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Hotel FOX












"61 rooms, 21 artist, 1,000 ideas Each room is an individual piece of art. From whacky comical styles to strict graphic design."

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The Noguchi Filing System

I might just try this - currently I can't find a thing.

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Teletubbies In Cocaine Bust










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Thursday, October 06, 2005

Weather Icons

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Blogger pic posting thing is crap - sorry, I've spent far too much time trying tonight.

Mr. Old Butt Pencil Holder

The Online Guide to Traditional Games

Free 3D Models of Great Buildings

"Hundreds of free 3D walkthough architectural computer models"

Posted on potential - I haven't had time to try this yet but it looks good.

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The Unrepentant Necrophile

"Sure, I find the odor of death very erotic."

FFS *shudder*- a chilling read.

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A Personal Message From Chris Cagle

This country singer now has personal experience on which to base the next 4,000 songs he writes.

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Google Earth Game

Using Google Earth placemarks and web pages, we've created the world's biggest interactive game. In order to beat the GameMaster, you must follow the clues.

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Replica Knightrider Kit Car

Hmmm.

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Things Creationists Hate

Slings

All you'll ever need to know - great site.

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Boss Toss

Does he/she do it to you or do you do it to him/her?

Nah, nothing to do with that, honest. It's a toy.

"Relieve some work-related stress by launching miniature executives into the air."

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Britain's Secret Sex Survey

Britain's 1949 version of the 1948 Kinsey Report - 'cept we wern't told.

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Hand Carved Toothpicks

...including a 9 car freight train!!

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Disposable Scrabble Board

A scrabble board that conveniently prints on an A4 or letter sized sheet of paper.

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Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Londonlostandfound

"....the best independent online listings for Londoners."

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Sonic Alarm












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Winchester Mystery House

"Built by the widow of the Winchester rifle fortune, the old barn house had over 800 rooms added and removed over several decades in a crazed bid to confuse the ghosts of dead Indians slain by Winchester rifles whom the widow believed to be haunting her. "

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Fluorescent Flowers Discovered

Sausages

How to make sausages at home

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Something similar with recipes

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Oh, Brother!

"For decades, this writer wondered what he would do if he ever ran into the priest who’d abused him. Then, one day, he did..."

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Shop Safely At Disney

Teeth Tats

Good Beatles Links

Lots of stuff

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Let's Cage Our Babies




















Who the fcuk thought this was a good idea?

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Why You Can't Get Tickets

...even when you're front of the queue.

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Katrina After-The-Fact Prediction Using The Bible Code

"The "Bible Code" is a way of looking for hidden prophecies and passages in the Bible, by using a software program to search for messages in the Old Testament Hebrew text."

Sigh.

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Nausea

Amazing experience just looking at this pic.

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Brightfeet Lighted Slippers













Hmmm

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History Of The Biohazard Symbol

One man's contribution.

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Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Can you solve CIA's Kryptos?

"Kryptos is a sculpture located on the grounds of CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Installed in 1990, its thousands of characters contain encrypted messages, of which three have been solved (so far)."

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Katrina, The Drink Part Deux

"Another ghoulish New Orleans entrepreneur is seeking to trademark the word "Katrina" so that he can slap it on a "prepared alcoholic cocktail."

FFS

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Monty Python - The Scripts

Superb!

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Welcome to the IRA

"We at the IRA believe that insects were not put on this earth to entertain us. Cruel treatment of these poor beings are being documented everyday."

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Double-Tongued Word Wrester

"...records undocumented or under-documented words from the fringes of English."

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Crayola Crayon Chronology

Triumph Herald Restoration






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Newcastle Brown Ale Ice Cream

Lovely!

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Looks like the server's struggling a bit.

Welcome to Tree Climbers International (TCI)!

Sounds like fun.

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Ancient Flying Machines

"Is it possible that humans developed the technology to fly in early civilizations - or in civilizations that are now lost to history? Let's take a look at what some call the evidence - intriguing artifacts, carvings, inscriptions and legends - that they say point to the true record human of flight. "

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Welcome to EUROBAD '74

"....an exhibition of Europe's worst interiors of 1974. "

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ABSOLUT ICEBAR LONDON

A bar made of ice.

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Time Machine

Would consider swap for anti-gravity machine

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Mark Newbold's Animated Necker Cube

Nice one.

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Joan's Monets













"Every Christmas, my aunt Joan gives me a Monet calendar. After a couple years the same old paintings became dull. So she started enhancing the master's works with a variety of stickers. Observe how dinosaurs, teddy bears, and farm machinery bring new life to tired old impressionism."

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Monday, October 03, 2005

Chanting, Nice Pics, Unknown Russian and..

...some herb would be lovely

Fine Flash thingy

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Hound Bytes Talking Dog Collar

The bone shaped gadget hangs from a dog's collar and is pre-programmed to say various phrases through its internal speaker.

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The Michelada

New beer! New beer!

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Moist Towelette Online Museum

There must be someone interested in this, surely. No? Ah well.

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The Toymaker

"Welcome to my odd, little world of paper toys, holiday cards, valentines, sun boxes,
baskets and bags, origami and ephemera... all for you to make.


It is my wish to amuse and delight."

That sounds remarkably similar to the opening of a Stephen King book -

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Canstruction

Meant to post this a few days ago and a picture would do it justice - aaargh!!

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Cambridge Gallery

Bloody Blogger piccy update is flaky again.

Here's some cracking unusual photos of Cambridge.

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Some Updates On The Pollution Spammers

This is about folk who leave spam in blog comments - I've had trouble with this and I know others have as well.

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Make a Pseudoscope

"A pseudoscope is an optical instrument made with two prisms. As seen in the drawing, the mirrors reverse the image in each eye causing some items viewed through it to look quite unusual: convex objects become concave, things pointing towards you may look like they are pointing away and vice versa. "

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Renova Black

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EDIT: I think their server's struggling a little.

Sinking The Supership

The story of Yamato, the largest battleship ever built.

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The Ring Thing




















"How to use:
1) Wear it on you Social Finger (middle finger).

Testimonial
3) Women were amazed; men were jealous. – Chicago Tribune"

Well, if you wear it on that particular finger, I'm not surprised the "women were amazed."

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How To Talk More Awsome In 9 Easy Steps

A Grand Adventure - Except That It Isn't

"A friend recently asked me what I would tell a young man thinking about enlisting in the military. (He had in mind his son.) I would tell him this, which I wish someone had told me."

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History of Car Logos





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Sunday, October 02, 2005

Slide Guitar

"An Internet resource devoted to providing links to artists, music, labels and sites on the web for the culture of SLIDE GUITAR."

Superb.

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Mad Magazine Covers




















All of them.

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Panhandling Worldwide
















"Will people give to a guy in a banana suit? Does every sign have to say "God Bless?" Important questions. I aim to find the answers. Give me a dollar. God Bless."

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SaveMyAss

"SaveMyAss is a personal assistant that helps you make your girlfriend or wife happy by sending her flowers on your behalf, on a regular but semi-random basis. "

What a great idea!

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Marshmallow Gun

On Cillit Bang And A New Low For Marketers...

This is why I hate the evil that is marketing. A great read - not too long.

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Radio Controlled Tarantula

Each leg moves seperately - lovely - just the thing for the wife's birthday.

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Fairground Art












Amazing

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Pervwatch

"A freely browsable database of sex offender data with interactive maps"

Hmmm - there'll be a UK one before long.

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Toilet Buddies












Strange toilet training aid.

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The Tripatourium

...a centralized location for all things psychedelic.

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"I Thought I Knew Insane. I Didn't Know Insane."

A very disturbing essay on a disgusting roomate. Don't view while eating.

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Kebab Vans of The World








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Kid's Dummies

heh heh

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Buttkicker

A device that straps to the underside of your chair while you're playing a game and...

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