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How to Make a Mini Bow and Arrow

Have the day off, or just want to kill some time wherever you may be? These cool and geeky projects should keep you busy, starting with a miniature bow and arrow. Grab a sharp knife, popsicle stick, a cotton ear swab, dental floss, and you'll be ready to start. Then it's just a matter of cutting, soaking the stick in water for an hour, and then tying the floss onto the piece of wood. Continue reading for more.

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Cleaning Life Hack

While not every home has a ceiling fan, knowing that a pillow case can be used to clean the blades could be a potential life saver, come spring cleaning. Other simple cleaning hacks include: using mink oil to revitalize leather furniture, deep cleaning dishwashers with a cup of vinegar, and spraying vodka onto your bed to kill odor-causing bacteria. Continue reading to see them all.

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Bondic Liquid Plastic Welder

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Bondic's Liquid Plastic Welder is touted as the world's first, and it's not a glue, but rather a liquid plastic that you use to bond surfaces together. What sets this product apart from others, is that it's cured using a an ultraviolet LED light - included with the kit - in just 4-seconds. It works works best on clean, rough surfaces, and in layers (the maximum thickness of one layer is 1- 1.5 mm). Get it here for $22. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Sonic the Hedgehog in real-life.

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How to Hide Router

Let's face it, routers aren't the prettiest piece of technology to look at, especially with all of the wires hanging out of the back. However, cleaning things up isn't as hard as you think. Simply pick up some filing boxes, cut holes in the back of the, and place the router / DVR / etc. inside before plugging things in. Continue reading for some more cool and geeky ways to hide technology and other random things around the house.

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Very Small Home

New York City is filled with awkwardly shaped apartments, which is why Specht Harpman Architects were hired to transform a 425-square-foot loft on the Upper West Side into the masterpiece you see above. The living space, at the top of a 6-story brownstone, boasts 25-feet of vertical space and even has rooftop access, which was converted into a garden to allow light to radiate throughout. As you can see, the bathroom is hidden beneath the stairs to maximize space. Continue reading for more small, yet cozy, homes.

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Cool Geeky Rooms

Let's face it, most kids' bedrooms are purely for sleeping with some toys strewn around, but then there are these parents who decided to spend the time (and money) to create a truly memorable experience. Our favorite is definitely a toss up between the pirate ship bedroom and the Super Mario Brothers-themed creation. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including Matthew Mcconaughey's reaction to the new Star Wars teaser trailer.

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Space Sheets

Future space explorers rejoice! There are a few things, such as astronaut and galaxy bed sheets, that you can pick up to bring the experience home. The sheets (right) you see above was created with a digital printer that inked everything onto satin to make things very clear, soft and smooth. Best of all, the colors you see will not fade over time, guaranteed, or at least according to its creator. Continue reading for more.

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No Geeky Stuff

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There are some guys who would dump their girlfriend if she said "no geeky stuff allowed", but this geek came up with a clever solution to say the least. He hides his action figures and small toys in very hard-to-spot places, like above the chandelier as well as inside potted plants. There is one area where his passions are able to roam free: the basement, which is complete with an arcade, a home theater, and a massive video game collection. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Darth Vader Refrigerator

This custom "Darth Vader Beer Fridge and Vodka Fountain" was built by artist Tom Sachs, who's best known for his recreation of the Apollo Lunar Module. When not in use and the cape shrouded over, it looks like just another Star Wars sculpture, but pull things back, and you'll be ready to party in your man cave. Continue reading for more cool and geeky things that every man cave should have.

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Ultimate Geek Home

If money were no object, or you just became a billionaire overnight like the Minecraft creator, these fifteen clever things and inventions, should be in your home. They include: a ping pong table door, library staircase, sleepover / theater room, and even a fire pit in the pool. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including an impossible Rube-Goldberg machine.

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