Love putting crackers in your soup? The Obol might be just what you need, as it separates the dry products from the liquid. This handy kitchen gadget also works great for milk and cereal. Zevro's WM300 SmartSpace Food Dispenser ensures that your counter isn't filled with random food items, thanks to an innovative portion-control turn knob, wall-mount design, and three integrated measuring cups. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the craziest 3D projection mapping show you'll ever see at a hockey game.
People hate being the butt of jokes, especially if they are the ones telling them. For example, this person wanted to convey that there must be ugly in this world for there to be beauty, but one of their friends decided to go in for the burn. Mastering comebacks - the art of replying to an insult with a witty word, statement or sentence - can take some thinking to say the least. Continue reading for more.
Laptops come in all sizes, but there are a few things they probably shouldn't be used for, like selfies. Or, should you get the urge to tear apart an older laptop, a pizza box is not a smart alternative to use as a case. If you just so happen to be burning a candle, make sure it's far away from where you're sitting, or else "hole in display error" may occur. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the top five viral videos for today.
Samsung's 110-inch UN110S9 offers incredibly lifelike picture quality as well as lightning-fast smart performance. The Samsung Ultra Clear Panel absorbs ambient light, reduces reflections and lets the picture come to life. With Wide Color Enhancer Plus, you'll witness a wider spectrum of colors on your screen, just like the director intended. You'll enjoy enriched colors while watching all of your favorite movies and shows, even older, non-HD content will look better. There's just one problem, it costs $135,000 for a refurbished model. Product page. Continue reading to read ten more hilarious reviews.
Author James Patterson is going all out to promote his latest title, by using an explosive marketing scheme that involves a self-destructing book. For the one fan who shells out $294,038 USD, they'll be invited to an unknown location and given 24-hours to read a 'self-destructing copy' of 'Hope to Die. According to Patterson, "a well-trained bomb squad", first-class airfare, a five-course dinner, a pair of golden binoculars and reading space, complete with chilled Champagne," is included in the package price. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how not to extinguish a car fire.
Apple, Amazon and Google all have products named after the classical elements: "Air", "Fire", and "Earth" respectively. Wouldn't it make sense for Microsoft to come out with something named "Water"? Whether it be a next-generation portable gaming system based on the Xbox or a super light laptop, this might be just what Microsoft needs to become popular in the gadget / computing world again - besides the recently announced HoloLens. Continue reading for more funny and geeky shower thoughts that actually make sense.
Have you ever looked up in the sky and saw a cloud that looked just like a familiar face or object? There's a scientific term for that, and it's called pareidolia, which refers to a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus being perceived as significant. Common examples include seeing images of animals or faces in clouds, the man in the moon or the Moon rabbit, and hearing hidden messages on records when played in reverse. Continue reading for more interesting examples spotted in everyday objects.
Roly Poly can either be considered the ultimate prank gadget, or one that's perfect for long distance relationships. If you choose the former, simply gift someone without telling them what it does, and then start making it move on its own at the most random of times. Unfortunately, there's no word yet on pricing or availability. Click here to view the first image in this week's internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why you should never snoop on your child's mail.
SkyMall, the famous in-flight shopping catalog, filed for federal bankruptcy court protection in Phoenix on Friday, seeking a court-supervised sale of their assets. During their heyday, SkyMall catalogs could be found in the seat-back pockets on just about every airline flight. Xhibit (parent company) Chief Financial Officer Scott Wiley said: "With the increased use of electronic devices on planes, fewer people browsed the SkyMall in-flight catalog. The substantial increase in the number of air carriers which provide Internet access, and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration's recent decision to allow the use of electronic devices during take-off and landing, resulted in additional competition from e-commerce retailers and additional competition for the attention of passengers, all of which further negatively impacted SkyMall's catalog sales." Continue reading to see some of their strangest items ever.
Hide-and-seek is basically a game in which a number of players conceal themselves in the environment, to be found by one or more seekers. The game is played by one player chosen (designated as being "it") closing their eyes and counting to a predetermined number while the other players hide. After reaching the number, the player who is "it" attempts to locate all concealed players. These dogs clearly have no idea how this game works. Continue reading to see more.