Strange, Odd, Weird or Wacky

Want To Channel Your Inner Viking? Get A Drinking Horn

The drinking horn has a long history throughout Europe, though it seems to be most readily associated with Vikings quenching their thirst in large quaffs. It seems that a new modern version designed for coffee is destined to make a comeback worldwide. It has been redesigned by a guy in Slovenia to serve the international obessesion with java and the need to make it as portable as possible. The result is the Goat Mug.

Dig In To Dinner With Deep Fried Construction Equipment!

Do not operate heavy machinery while eating? The heck with that! The clever designers at Panda's Hole, an edgy division of Takara Tomy's T-Arts, suggest diners throw caution to the wind and sprinkle their new line of Deep Fried Construction Equipment over your next box lunch.

Want To Eat Your Home Fries Fast Food Style? Get Fry Holders

One of the favorite foods in the country is French fries and we seem to love eating them out of those little cardboard containers. You can add that sense of fast food experience to your fries at home with one of these fun and stylish French Fry Holders. These are actually dishes so that you aren't filling up landfills and you can make healthier fries at home.

Want To Wrap Yourself In Paper? Get A Paper Scarf

It can be a lot of fun to wear something unusual and kitschy that no one else has found yet. This Paper Scarf definitely fills the bill for that. It looks like a sheet of notebook paper complete with the blue lines and red margin embroidered onto it. You can even take a marker and write down your thoughts on it and wear them right along with the scarf.

Tune In, Turn On & Trip Out With Chris LaBrooy's “Automotive Aerobics”

Pack up the Pontiac but don't bother filling the tank: where Chris LaBrooy's taking us, we don't need roads! UK-based LaBrooy, a specialist in graphic image processing and 3D modeling, puts a vintage Pontiac hardtop through its paces and we all get to go along for a very wild ride.

School Rules! 10 Weird & Bizarre Japanese School & Stationery Supplies

Japan is famed for its education system and rightly so, though with school supplies like these its a wonder students can concentrate on the subject at hand.

Want To Ride A Seesaw Again? Then Sit Down At This Table!

When it comes to playground equipment meant for two it is hard to top a seesaw. It has been more than a few years since most of us have indulged in this childhood joy. Dutch designer Marleen Jansen has married that joy with a table in a concept that brings the playground into the dining room. It is called The Courtesy Table and requires two people to keep things in balance while they eat.

Want An Extra Touch Of Spice To Your Cuisine? Try A CinniBird!

There are times when you would like to add just an extra dash of flavor and a touch of creativity to your homemade food and drink? Something called a CinniBird Spice Pen is coming your way. It will allow you to draw and write on everything from a mug of hot cocoa with whipped cream to a baked lasagna with your choice of ground spices.

Parking Lost: Yet Another Ten Cars Of The People Of Walmart

It's the holiday season, when finding your car in a Walmart parking lot is akin to a real-life game of Where's Waldo – with the added bonus of impatient drivers eager to park the Family Truckster and stock up on stocking stuffers. Of course, if you drove one of THESE cars, picking it out of even the biggest crowd is as easy as pumpkin pie... though not nearly as appealing.

Want To Give Your Brain A New Workout?

There is something compelling and addicting about games that stimulate our brains. From Instant Insanity to Rubik's Cube they drive us absolutely crazy. One of the more recent games to head our brains' way is called Brainstring and, as its name suggests, it comes with strings attached. The game requires you to bunch the colored pegs together while not getting the strings in a knot -- or your knickers in a twist.

Chinese Villagers Pilfer Natural Gas Using Huge Bags. Oh, The Hunanity!

Got gas, will travel? Never mind the Beano, villagers from Binzhou in China's northeastern Shandong (not Hunan, sorry) province have come up with an innovative way to steal natural gas: inflate 6-meter (20-ft) long bags with the flammable fuel, then tow the blimp-like bags home. Evidently they've never heard of The Hindenburg.

Futuristic Electric Patrol Car Offers Officers a 360-Degree View

The Armored Spherical Cabin Electric Patrol Vehicle features a soccer-ball shaped cabin designed to provide its two-person crew maximum visibility in all directions.

This Bizarre Concept Jeep From ZiL Just Might Be Russia's New Humvee

Russia might not be known for its innovative and appealing mass-market automobiles but be assured the nation's military rolls with the best of 'em. With that said, this bizarre “army car” concept from ZiL has got a decent shot at being the Russian army's next wheeled workhorse, and it could happen as early as 2015.

China's Gigantic Toilet Waterfall Has Citizens Flushed With Pride

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When life gives you 10,000 recycled toilets, urinals and bathroom sinks, make a 300-ft long and 15-ft high Toilet Waterfall. Artists in Foshan, a city in southern China's Guangdong province, did just that in order to attract visitors to a ceramics trade show.

Want To Use Existing Neon Lights To Grow Food?

Urban farming has become very popular over the past decade and new ideas are coming out to help grow food plants in urban environments all the time. One of the more unique ideas is for this urban farming machine designed to use the heat and CO2 from neon lighting to grow healthy and hearty plants while having a pleasant appearance that resembles ceiling fans.