The Po'Man Charcoal Grill may look like a trash can at first glance, but it's actually designed to grill up a feast, and perfect for backyard parties. Made from durable rolled steel and stainless metals, it sports a high temperature-resistant BBQ paints, two skewers, a grill gate, drip pan, coal box and starter cup for fluid. Setup takes just minutes, while offering significant capacity for cooking with little hassle. Get one here now. Continue reading for a hands-on video and more information.
For those who have seen Ant-Man, these two characters are probably quite familiar. This real-life scene involving microscopic versions of them was created by micro-artist Slinkachu for the film's release. "I was in geek heaven when asked to collaborate with Marvel. I am a big fan of the Marvel characters and films. Ant-Man is a perfect fit with my own miniature art - he is almost the same size," said the artist. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.
Before this April Fools' weekend ends, we'd like to finish it off with ThinkGeek's "Useless Light Switch", yet another interesting product that may become a reality sooner than later. Based on The Useless Box, this interesting switch ensures that nobody will ever leave the lights on again by accident. Simply put, once you flip the lights on, a lever comes out of the top screw hole in the switch plate to turn the lights right back off for no good reason. That's all it does, period. Best of all, it's easy to install, and there's no need to worry about electrical connections, since the switch oes doesn't use wall power for operation. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a bowling ball being crushed by a hydraulic press.
Various reports suggest cattle mutilations have been committed by extraterrestrials gathering genetic material for unknown purposes. Most of these hypotheses are based on the premise that earthly entities could not perform such clean dissections in such a short space of time without being seen or leaving evidence behind at the mutilation site, and around laboratory reports suggesting the use of unconventional cutting tools and other unexpected phenomena. This clever milk packaging by Imedia Creative Bureau pays tribute to this phenomena. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Comedy duo Hamish and Andy of 104.1FM decided to rent an ultra-realistic dinosaur costume for the day to prank unsuspecting guests at a car park. While these prehistoric beasts may not be exact replicas, it did catch everyone off guard. "With fully animated movement, a performer controls the head, mouth, eyes and sounds utilizing a special - simple to control internal steering wheel. Clear sight is possible through the Built in Camera System, and the actor stay cool through the use of several built in Fans," according to the costume maker. Continue reading for another video and more information.
The weather forecast may be calling for snow in some parts, but many still got their freeze on during 7-11's annual "Bring Your Own Cup Day" on March 18 and 19. Unlike previous years, 2016 marks Slurpee's 50th anniversary and to celebrate the occasion #BYOCUPDAY was expanded to two days, meaning even more crazy sights, like a prosthetic leg. How did it work? Bring any container and fill it up with the beloved frosty drink for just $1.50. Continue reading for more. Click here for a few bonus images.
Let's face it, fixing things properly usually comes with a large bill, or at least if you're not a handyman, or know someone who is. However, there are some lines you should never cross, such as fixing a brick pillar with plastic wrap that is normally used for shipping. Or, replacing a broken couch with a separate wooden chair entirely. Continue reading for more strange fixes. Click here for a few bonus fixes.
Selfie sticks are nothing new, but this is the first one we've seen that's designed for laptops, or more specifically, the MacBook. Created by artists Moises, John Yuyi and Tom Galle, this was built more as a test piece than actual product. We're assuming you'd need a special app that could also take pictures with a remote trigger for this to function properly as well, albeit 1280 x 1024 resolution images. Continue reading to see more pictures of the MacBook selfie stick in-action. Click here to view some more cool photography gadgets and funny photographers.
Just about every gamer has played some form of Tetris, but it's not everyday that you get to use the brick stacking skills in real-life. However, this lumber yard managed to pack some logs onto this truck bed in such a way that you could mistake it for a Photoshop job, as nearly every nook and cranny has been filled with a perfect fitting piece. Continue reading for more oddly satisfying images. Click here for a few bonus pictures.
Product knockoffs are nothing new, especially when it comes to phones, but when some random company decides to use "Apple iPhone 5" for a lighter, that's when things get a bit questionable. Unfortunately, that is just the tip of the iceberg, as many more are using famous names and images - Mario Brothers, Sonic the Hedgehog, Pokemon, etc. - to try and make a quick buck. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.