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Bushranger's inflatable car jack may not be common, but it most certainly makes your life easier. It can be inflated with either a portable air compressor or the exhaust and is perfect for unstable areas of mud, sand and snow, offering a wider footprint to avoid sinking. The triple layer top and hard core insert ensure added protection and stability. Continue reading for more simple, yet clever, products that make life easier.

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At first glance, this may appear to be a brand new Apple Store, but in reality, it's just an ultra luxurious penthouse at Skylofts on Hudson Street in TriBeCa, NYC. This four-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom glass cube has 360-degree views of Manhattan and the Hudson River is owned by by William Duker, a private investor who did a stint in prison for defrauding the government. It's returned to the market with a hefty $48 million listing price. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Whether it be at work, school, or just a lazy weekend at home, everyone can use a nap once in a while, and what better way than on a Millennium Falcon-shaped bed. That is just one of the many cool places and things we've rounded up for you today. Others include old favorites like the bird's nest and cloud room to a beach side hammock. Continue reading to see them all.

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Let's face it, slicing a cake, or at least evenly, can be an extremely messy task, but with the perfect cake slicer, simply place the device down where you want to cut, squeeze, and you'll have a perfect slice. We've rounded up thirty more extremely simple gadgets and accessories that aim to make your life easier. They include: a clip-on sauce dipping pan, origami boat candle holders that actually float, BoonGlo night light balls, and much more. Continue reading to see them all.

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If Harry Potter owned a tree house, it'd probably look something like this. Fortunately, this structure isn't just some fantasy, a British family actually owns this. It's called "Living the Highlife Tree House" and was designed by Blue Forest and is actually comprised of two sections: one is for the kids, the other for adults. Continue reading for more pictures.

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There are some bathrooms even larger than this, but Brooklyn architect Tim Seggerman managed to transform a tiny 240-square-foot space in Manhattan's Upper West Side into a beautiful modern home for its owner, an anthropology professor who splits her time between her New York City and a West African village. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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What if there was a lottery catered specifically to the homeless that awarded winners with small homes that rival even the most luxurious 5-star hotels? Slovakia-based architectural design firm DesignDevelop has just the solution: two-room apartments built around the triangular shaped billboards that come complete with a kitchen, an office space, a bed with some storage underneath, and a functional bathroom. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Most storage units are tiny and unfit for living, but this one in Stockholm, Sweden was transformed into the ultimate bachelor pad by Karin Matz. This 387-square-foot space served as a storage unit for its previous owner for 30-years, that is until, Matz freshened things up with IKEA furniture and a few custom pieces. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why some train tracks should be skateboard friendly.

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Let's face it, not many of us can afford sprawling mansions with near unlimited space for clothing, gadgets, and more, but there are a few things anyone can do to make the best of what they have. Starting off, would be to install drawers directly inside the stairs themselves. Continue reading for more geeky ways to organize your home.

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Another day, another batch of unusual kitchen and home accessories you probably never knew about. They include: a "Rock and Pour" drink dispenser, NY fork pizza slicer, battery-powered ice cream cone twirler, microwave S'mores maker, a vacuum pan that's built directly into the wall, veggie pasta maker, and a weight alarm clock. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video on how to speak British.

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