Funny, Crazy and Weird Stuff
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See all the fun and unusual stuff we've been able to find to share with you. Is it Crazy or Clever? Is it Strange or Smart? Take a look and decide for yourself.
Here are some of our more popular Unusual and Uniqe Stuff articles:
- Fresh Baked Bread, Anyone? Gruesome Body Bakery
- The Top Ten Weird and Bizarre Japanese Soft Drinks
- The 10 Strangest Shoes In Fashion Today
- 10 Weird Handbags for the Manly Man
- 13 Strange and Bizarre Gifts For The Weirdos In Your Life
- The Baby Mop Lets Your Baby Do The Mopping
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Time and time again, Japan has been handed a ball someone else made and scored a touchdown. From cell phones to toilets to world peace, the Japanese just do it better! read more »
Those amazing Japanese "washlets" pretty much do it all, from raising their lids in greeting as you enter the bathroom to washing and drying you off when you're done. Seems like Japanese toilets can do everything but fly... well guess again! read more »
If every burger was an inch or so wide, we would eliminate obesity... or not, because we'd just eat dozens of "Every Burgers" instead! read more »
Japan's new N700 model Bullet Train is a kinder, gentler choo-choo... kinder on the environment and gentler on its passengers. read more »
There are few things that are as essentially Japanese as sumo wrestling, which is why the need to pad thinning ranks with foreign sumo wrestlers is a bone in the throats of Japan's cultural traditionalists. read more »
The provocatively named "Ghetto Japanese Cellphone Holster" combines gleaming polished chromed steel and black patent leather to hug your cell in a grip the Marquis de Sade would envy. read more »
Leave it to the Japanese, the same folks who invented** the transistor radio, to come up with a multitude of ways to miniaturize their lives and save valuable space. "Livin' Large"? Not here, buster! read more »
Collectible mini erasers have long been popular in Japan, and now the fad is spreading to schools on these shores as well. read more »
There's gold in them thar cells! Japanese telecom giant NTT recovered 320 pounds of pure gold from junked cell phones in 2005 and hopes that making recycling easier will increase the glittering haul. read more »