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Want To Turn Meal Planning Into A Game?

Sometimes trying to decide what to have for dinner gets kind of boring as you run through your usual repertoire of recipes. Two sisters, Liz and Sarah Downey, have created a new and fun way to choose what to cook with the roll of the dice with these interesting and clever Foodie Dice. The nine dice can be thrown to discover what's for dinner this time around.

Design Skin Stickers Let You Personalize Your Sewing Machine

You can turn on your sewing machine so why not have your nifty knitter return the favor? Design Skins from Swiss-based sewing machine manufacturer Bernina International AG are adhesive stickers you can design online and have mailed to your home or workplace. At long last, one can transform their staid & stolid stitcher into something wild!

THINX Are The Best Panties For That Time Of The Month. Period.

If you're a woman, you've probably experienced the dreaded period leak. We live in fear of the tampon that doesn't work or the pad that shifts. One little time-of-the-month malfunction, and you've ruined your underwear, pants, and possibly your grandmother's sofa. A few women invented THINX panties to solve women's plight, so we can look cute, feel comfy and keep calm knowing our favorite pair of jeans will make it another month. 


FITGuard Mouthpiece Detects Hits That Could Cause Concussions

A new mouthguard will soon be on the market and it’s one that parents and athletes alike will be biting on for a long time. You see, Force Impact Technologies who are based out of Los Angeles, CA, and Phoenix, AZ, are set to launch FITGuard, a new mouthguard that alerts trainers and coaches on the sidelines of serious damaging hits that may cause concussions.

Lemon Weiners Could Sour You On Hotdogs For EVAR

So Lemon Weiners are a thing now, at least in Japan where no misguided flavor combination goes unexplored. Short, cheap, and presumably infused with fruitful bioflavonoids and antioxidants (yeah, good luck with that), Lemon Weiners could be a great way to add healthy fruit to the diets of junk food junkies.

On Tsu, What Comes First, The Family Or The Network?

 A lot has been leveled at the new social network Tsu that dared to disrupt the current social networking status quo - with a platform that actually pays its members for their content. Critics abound, but as the old saying reminds us: “there is only one way to avoid criticism: do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing.”

Tire Eraser Lets You Burn Rubber Without Burning Up Your Homework

Because “a desk top is like a garage”, your workplace has something missing if it doesn't have a Tire Eraser or two rolling around. Ideal for any test but a driver's examination, the Tire Eraser stands ready to erase your every error without leaving any telltale skid marks.

China's New Mars Rover: Red & (Almost) Ready To Roll

Red rover red rover can China come over? A vermilion red, six-wheeled vehicle that just might be China's new Mars Rover took center stage recently at the 16th China International Industry Fair in Shanghai. The as-yet unnamed robotic rover could play a huge role in the next, unmanned stage of China's ambitious Mars exploration program.

Want The Best Bed Ever To Put Up The Relatives This Holiday Season?

With the holidays so close you could trip over them you may be wondering how you are going to handle the extra guests who will be favoring you with their company this year. Gone are the days of cots and roll-away beds. In more recent years people have been resorting to air mattresses since they don't require as much room to store. However they can still leave you close enough to the floor to feel it once in a while. With the SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress you have the comfort of both mattress and box spring for better sleep.

First Soviet SUV Sports Lots Of Utility, Enormous Tires

This weathered survivor of the former USSR's park ranger service might just be the former Soviet Union's first SUV... or Monster Car... or both! Designed to handle Russia's worst roads (and that's saying something), the rare GAZ M72 allowed Russians to drive where no Russian had driven before.

Innovative Robotic Fabric Transforms Garments Into Automatons

Robotic fabrics mark an entirely new dimension in wearable technology. Developed by a professor of engineering at Purdue University, this may be the beginning  of a new era when clothing has a life of its own. Read on for more on this amazing innovation.

Mike Clam Chowder Popcorn From Frito-Lay Japan Warms Up Winter Snackers

Frito-Lay Japan officially kicks off their Winter 2014-2015 snack release schedule with a hearty, warming flavor: creamy New England-style Clam Chowder flavored Mike popcorn. The only way your bowl of seafood-y goodness is gonna get any crunchier is if you include the clam shells.

Motor Psycho: The Top Ten Motorcycles Of The People Of Walmart

Ever wonder where Eric Von Zipper and his Malibu Rat Pack bikers (and their juvenile delinquent descendants) shop for Made-in-China motorcycle accessories and bargain biker gear? Walmart, of course, and a brisk browse through the parking lot reveals their mutant motorbikes in all their faded glory.

There's No Excuse For Skipping A Workout With The Daily Workout App

Sometimes it's hard to make time for the gym, especially if the gym isn't convenient. Life just happens and your workouts fall by the wayside. However, with a little app called Daily Workout, you don't have to hit the gym to get a good workout.

Germinator Jacket: Garment Probably Won't Prevent Ebola, But It Defends Commuters From The Common Cold

In North America, we're on high alert, more concerned than ever about protecting ourselves from illness with a number of Ebola cases on record within our borders. While there are no reports to indicate that Ebola has been spread by individuals traveling on planes, cruise ships, or other crowded transit options, individuals in these public spaces have been taking precautions. Even celebrities admit to donning not-so-stylish medical masks to reduce their risk of contracting any illness at 30,000 feet. A new garment wasn't designed specifically with Ebola in mind, but its release has come at a convenient time.

Move Over Elf, There's A Maccabee On The Mantel This Holiday Season

Two Jewish parents, a company named Toy Vey!, and a lot of chutzpah bring you the Maccabee on the Mantel, a plush, smiling Maccabee soldier with an accompanying hard cover children’s book about Hanukkah. The idea was conceived by Abra Liberman-Garrett when she began to see her school-age children pine for the shiny and fun traditions of Christmas.

Disco Drive: The Anadol STC-16, Turkey's Innovative Homegrown Sports Car

Odds are you've never heard of the Anadol STC-16 but for young Turks coming of age in the 1970s, the sleek, innovative, homegrown sports coupe holds a special place in their hearts.

Fontus Bicycle Water Bottle System Collects & Condenses Moisture From The Air

Long-distance bike riders are gonna love Fontus, a solar powered self-filling bicycle water bottle that condenses moisture from the air and stores it as safe drinking water.

New Born Fame: Controversial Toy Biz Gets Babies Active On Social Media

These days it seems as though the minimum age requirement for using social media is getting progressively younger with each new development. While children and adolescents are on Facebook sharing the lunch packed by a doting parent, there's one age group that's noticeably absent in the creation of their own digital footprint - babies. However, a new niche company is destined to change that.

Rilakkuma Donut Cushion Keeps Your Coccyx Cozy

Show your tailbone a little TLC with this comfy donut cushion from Tokyo Otaku Mode designed to look like Rilakkuma, Japan's favorite cute character bear, who must have done something terribly bad in his previous life.