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Meet The Crazy Sloppy Joe Doughnut Invention

What do you get when you fuse a Californian fried chicken king with a global doughnut chain? The answer is the perplexingly named Krispy Kreme Sloppy Joe Burger. Yes this is a mind-bending one, and something which has America's increasingly more health aware population divided. So is it harmless? Or another contribution to the country's very real obesity issue? Let us assess.

'Tweetstorm' Is Trademarked, So 'Timeline Colonialism' Is On The Rise?

It was inevitable that once the meme 'tweetstorm' was trademarked, 'timeline colonialism' would become Twitter's latest craze. Odd that something as common as sending multiple tweets in succession to make a point needed an identity before it could actually become part of the Twittersphere's zeitgeist.

Need This New Invention? The Fondue Slipper Fits Perfectly

It isn't often that cheese fondue inspires much more than dinner. For Tokyo-based designer Satsuki Ohata it was an "Aha!" moment that led to the first truly custom fit slippers ever. Fondue Slippers are created from dipping your feet in liquid PVC and allowing it to dry. This way the slippers come out matching the exact size and shape of your feet.

Drying One's Toenail Polish While Driving Is Fine In China

Make that “A Fine”... as an innovative Chinese woman caught red-handed, er, footed while air-drying her freshly-applied toenail polish while attempting to drive must now pay the price. In her defense, maybe she had to be at the gym in 26 minutes.

Google Glass: To Read Or Not To Read Minds, That Is The Question

Pushing the limits of wearable technology will expand the digital horizon of the Internet of Things. And, telekinesis -- long thought to be a myth reserved for horror movies the likes of Bryan De Palma's 1976 classic, Carrie -- might be the next baby step in advancing this innovative technology. However, as quickly as the software developers at MindRDR launched an app to 'read minds' on Google Glass, the Big G was just as swift to refute the idea.

Want This New . . . Ummm . . . Idea? Potato Salad

Yes, this is as strange as it sounds -- this story is true. A man by the quirky name of Zack Danger Brown wanted to make some potato salad. He describes himself as "risk averse" so he went to the popular crowd-funding site Kickstarter and started a campaign to raise just $10 for the fixings to make potato salad. Where it went from there was the stuff of which legends are made.

Kitty Underwear Offers Snarky Censorship For The Indiscreet

There was a time when every magazine at the grocery store checkout was crucifying (or celebrating) a celebrity showing off what her mama gave her to the world. These party animals found themselves getting in or out of vehicles indiscreetly, giving paparazzi a welcomed photo opportunity allowing them to show the world something they've never seen before.

Want This New Innovation? Titanic Gravy Boat

For some reason, despite all of our hopes, dreams, and best intentions, family dinners tend to turn into emotional disasters. With a Titanic Gravy Boat you can symbolize the impending disaster, flood your mashed potatoes, and get the kids to stop asking why it is called a gravy boat when it doesn't look like a boat. It's a win-win-win. And it's darn cute too.

Want This New Innovation? Zombie Boot Camp

Are you really ready for a zombie apocalypse? Are you sure? You may have your zombie survival kit and your zombie survival guide, but do you have the skills in place to fight back when the war begins? You can take care of that one "minor" detail by enrolling in Zombie Boot Camp and learning all the techniques you will need to know to save the human race.

Need This New Innovation? Beer Beards

Is your beer strong enough to grow hair on your chest? No? Then how about strong enough to grow hair on the can? Still no? Then you need to get your can of brew a Beer Beard. With this bunch of bristles your beer can can go totally redneck and stay really cool. Not only that, your beer will really look like it has flipped its wig.

Want This New Innovation? Hobbit Feet Socks

There is just something about The Shire from J.R.R. Tolkien's books that makes it so attractive. Perhaps it is the pastoral peacefulness. Perhaps it is the lush, green landscape with those cute Hobbit holes cut into the hillsides. Whatever it may be, to be able to fit into life in The Shire you need a nice pair of Hobbit feet -- and you can with Hobbit Feet Socks.

Want This New Innovation? Misfortune Cookies

Fortune cookies have been around for more than 100 years and, let's face it, there is nothing new about them. Wait a minute. Apparently there is Fortune Cookies: The Next Generation. They come in the form of the old fortune cookie style, but they hold much different little pieces of paper inside. Welcome the Misfortune Cookie!

Want This New Innovation? Safety Bananas

It's an old bit of silent movie shtick to have someone one slip on a discarded banana peel and then do a major pratfall.  These days banana peels are out to improve their image by helping prevent slip and fall incidents. They are doing this by creating The Banana Cone -- something to replace those usual wet floor sandwich boards that we have all learned to ignore.

Want This New Invention? Monkey Brains Bowl

So you are throwing a party and you want to make it fancy enough for the Maharajah of Pankot. All right you have to be pretty nerdy to know who that is. He was the big shot in the dinner scene from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. He was thrilled to serve chilled monkey brains for dessert and now you can be too with this really wild Monkey Brains Bowl.

Want This New Innovation? Basketball Hoop Mug

Basketball season may be over for now, but you can still have the fun and excitement of keeping your hoop dreams alive. Of course you can you sweat yourself to death this summer on the court searching for your sweet spot, or you can do it in the comfort of your own home with one of these amazing Mug With A Hoop cups.

Want This Funny Innovation? Kaiju Garden Gnome

On Saturday the year officially switches gears from spring to summer. Your garden should be well and truly planted by now and looking fantastic. Well, maybe it needs a little something . . . something inorganic tucked away in some little corner to surprise the heck out of visitors. Perhaps something like this Rampaging Kaiju Garden Gnome.

Slingshot, Facebook's Answer To Snapchat, Disappeared Itself (Video)

Me thinks Mr. Zuckerberg might have got the premise of Snapchat wrong. The raison d'être for that app is to have outgoing messages disappear seconds after they are received. Instead Facebook's Slingshot itself has vanished from the digital landscape, shortly after its debut.

Social Media Prenups Face Loopholes With Snapchat & MySpace

As soon as a precedent emerges in the social media space, whether it's something as innocuous as sponsored tweets or more critical such as revenge porn, folks look for loopholes to circumvent the action. Such is the case with 'social media prenups,' the latest trend to be embraced by the marriage-isn't-forever crowd.

Want This New Invention? Giant Inflatable Cockroach

Cockroaches aren't exactly the sort of creature think fondly of. After all they are vermin and we spend a great deal of time and trying to kill them off. There is one amazing, fun giant cockroach -- it is THE giant cockroach from GiantCockroach.com. It is big. It is brown. It is ready to invade the pools and beaches near you. (Insert kitschy sci-fi scream here.)

Waiter, There's A Person In My Soup - Unique Miniature Food Art

Pierre Javelle, a French photographer of culinary magazines, and Akiko Ida, a Japanese cooker, photographer and artist have collaborated together to make these unique works of art.