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Lay-Z Inflatable Spa

Coleman's Lay-Z Spa fits in just about any backyard, or is the ultimate camping gadget should you have the power source. Its outer walls are made leatheroid and TriTech 3 ply reinforced material - a polyester mesh core encased in two layers of PVC - while an aluminum coating keeps the water extra warm, up to a toasty 104° F. Everything is controlled via a soft touch control panel on the side, ensuring that the 70 pound can be easily moved around. Get one here now. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.

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Underground Home Las Vegas

Located 25-feet underground in the Las Vegas desert, this nuclear bunker boasts all the amenities you'd expect from a real home, complete with a Jacuzzi, kitchen, bedrooms, and more. It was originally built by Girard B. "Jerry" Henderson's Underground World Home Inc. back in the 1960s and 70s when many citizens feared the imminence of nuclear war. Other features include: a manually-operated "sky" with morning, dusk, and night settings, heated pool, a four-hole putting course, and even a dance floor. If you're in the market for one of these structures, you can visit this particular specimen at 3970 Spencer Street in Las Vegas - purchased by a non-profit in 2014 for $1.15-million. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.

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Gone are the days it takes months to build a home, thanks to the all-new Hadrian X robot. This truck-mounted building machine can lay up to 1,000 bricks per hour using a 30m boom, all the while gluing them into place and working 24 hours day. All this equates to a fully built home in just 2-days, or at least the exterior structure. "By utilizing a construction adhesive rather that traditional mortar, the Hadrian X will maximize the speed of the build and strength and thermal efficiency of the final structure," said the Australian firm. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of an awesome indoor tornado machine.

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Untouched 1970s House

It's impossible to travel back in time to the 1970s, or at least that we know of, but visiting this home - located in Framingham, Massachusetts - just might be the next best thing. Currently on the market for $624,900, this time capsule spans 4,133-square-feet, complete with 5 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a swimming pool. "The original owner built the house and customized it and did all the decor in the early '70s. The most recent owners also appreciated the decor and lived in the house for more than 20 years without changing any parts of the quirky and multicolored interiors," said realtor Matthew Cuddy. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video explaining why virtual reality makes some people sick.

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Vipp Shelter

This is not a doomsday bunker, just the Vipp Shelter, a prefabricated, 55 square meter home that can be setup almost anywhere in the world. Each unit, which takes 6-months to build, comes equipped with appliances, fixtures, lighting, tableware, towels, and even bed linens. Inside, you'll find two levels, with the top floor being utilized as a bed loft, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows to bathe the interior with natural light. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an 8-year-old golf prodigy who nails a drone flying in the sky.

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Tokyo Transparent House

House NA, designed by Sou Fukimoto Architects and located in Tokyo, is known as the transparent home, and for good reason. The interior is devoid of any walls, while boasting large glass windows for plenty of natural light to soak in. The design appears to mimic a tree, but in modern fashion. Click here for more pictures of House NA. Continue reading for a video showing what the home looks like today.

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Alpha Tiny House

The Alpha Tiny Home looks like any old trailer at first, but get closer, and you'll see it combines modern design with traditional materials to create a cozy living space. Situated on a 24' trailer, it sports a fold-down deck, sliding doors, a multi-use living area, kitchenette with stainless steel appliances, full bathroom, and a bedroom loft. The unit itself is clad in cedar siding with a mechanical seam roof. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Rev House Floating

Most house boats put function over form, but when you combine the two, the amazing "Rev House" ensues. Each one of these floating living spaces can be customized to your liking, whether it be a stylish fireplace, high-end home theater, underwater lighting or even a jacuzzi hot tub, anything is possible. To keep things efficient, solar panels, a sewage treatment system, and a water filtration system can be added. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Darth Vader Waffle Maker

Pangea's Darth Vader Waffle Maker is perfect for any Star Wars fan, and it's being offered for only $30.99, today only, originally $39.99. It makes a striking addition to any kitchen or dorm room, and its regulating thermostat and weighted lid ensure perfect and even browning. Five temperature settings let you make waffles tender and golden or brown and crispy with a turn of the dial. Product page. Continue reading for a full hands-on video review and more information.

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The Chimera Tiny House

Why bother with AirBnB rentals, when you could travel the world in "The Chimera," a tiny house that can be towed anywhere. Inside you'll find lots of cozy touches, including rustic wooden shelves, cabinets, a kitchenette with modern appliances, reading nook, full bathroom, and even an upstairs bedroom loft. Beneath the stair shelves, there's a washing machine to ensure you'll be able to do laundry regularly, without resorting to more primitive methods. Continue reading for more pictures.

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