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Cool USB Mini Fridge Chills Your Can



The USB Mini Fridge keeps canned beverages chilled and within reach when deadlines are looming and thirst is calling.
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Pino Funnel


Pinocchio: Truth or lie, the long standing debate continues, in the shape of a funnel. read more »

10 Funniest Pillows


When I think of really fun pillows, I think of the ones that nature blessed women with. But for those folks who want a bit of variety in the soft places they want to rest their tired heads, I've put together a collection of 10 Fun Pillows to Suit Every Mood: read more »

Slightly Twisted Product of the Week: Gun-Shaped Hair Dryer

It's been awhile since I posted a Slightly Twisted posting. Loyal fans will recall that I find some of the products on the web that leave me a bit speechless. I am asking for your help in trying to figure out something funny, witty or profound to say about it. My pick of the Slightly Twisted wacky product of the week is a quite realistic looking Gun Shaped Hair Dryer.

Hello Kitty Static Electricity Key Holder - Positively Ex-Static!


The Hello Kitty Static Electricity Key Holder is much more than just a cute key chain, it's a powerful static electricity absorber that takes the sting out of closing your car door. read more »

Zihotch Showa Retro Wrist Watch Turns Back the Clock!


What looks like a phone and sounds like a phone, but acts like a clock? The Zihotch Showa Retro Wrist Watch, of course! read more »

Ironing on the Ironman


Making a boring and mundane chore very interesting...The Ironman. read more »

Locust Bike a Good Investment?


It has been years since I've ridden a bike, other than a stationary fitness bike. I've thought about it a lot, but never really did anything to get back on one. Besides, there aren't many places around where I live to ride a bike without needing to drive several miles to a park. I could risk the busy streets, but I think my bravery flew out the window as soon as I had kids.

Then a few months ago my daughter received a bike as a gift and it got me thinking about how nice it would be to go bike riding with her, even if just at the park. It would give us a chance to bond more and exercise together. read more »

Thanko Vonia Bone Conducting Music Headband


 

Looking for a new type of music headband?

Our Guest Blogger, Steve Levenstein, is a writer, copywriter and
Japanophile from Toronto, Canada. The tide of wild, wacky and wonderful
products from Japan seems to beg for commentary, and Steve has happily taken on the burden of doing just that. Steve is the Assistant Editor of The Driver Magazine and has just set up his portfolio website here.

He has some great inventions from Japan to share with the readers of InventorSpot.com. Here's his article: read more »

Smart Cookie Fortune Ball


 

Here are Fortune Cookies that hold more than your days fortune... read more »

Seth Says: The Best Billboards You've Probably Never Seen


 

I've always bee a sucker for a good advertisement. These are some of the best out there. Playful, interesting, disturbing, funny; you'll find a wide variety in this compilation from Bored.com read more »

Looking for Discreet Protection? Try the Tampon Stun Gun

Ladies can replace that period with an exclamation mark as feminine hygiene goes lethal with The Pink Stinger, a stun gun creatively disguised as a tampon.


Yellow Pages Booster Seat


When I was a kid, I remember every Thanksgiving following my uncle into the hallway so he could retrieve the phone book from his closet.

He would hold it high above his head, shuffle to the table, and with a flourish, place it firmly on the black vinyl dining room seat.

Reluctantly, I re-lived that glorious holiday again when I came across Boost, the Yellow Pages booster seat. read more »

The Long History of the Condom


Geocomo CasanovaGeocomo CasanovaCurious about the history of the condom?

Here's a bit of the obvious for you: men and women have been having sex for as long as there have been humans. Discounting any origin of the species theories involving extraterrestrials, that works out to around 250,000 years for Homo sapiens as a distinct species of primate. read more »