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ManBabies

 ManBabies takes normal photos of (what could be) fathers & children, but switches the heads for disturbing results. ManBabies!

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Container Ship Strip

 I rather miss whimsy & novelty in product design. Yes, I know it's still out there, but you have to look for it. Such as this "Container Ship" power strip. Brilliant.

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Indiana Jones Icons

IconFactory is releasing a set of desktop icons for each of the Indiana Jones films.Get your very own idol, Ark of the Convenant, fedora, monkey cuisine & more!  

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The Superest

Who is the superest hero of them all? The Superest displays the drawings resulting from an on-going game in which the artists create superheroes to cancel out each others' powers.

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Glass version of Solo Cup

 The basic, red plastic Solo cup pleases me; probably since this humble cup has accompanied many of my life's happy occassions (parties, picnics, etc.).Wanting to be less wasteful, I've been seeking a reusable alternative for my instances of festive consumption...

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McDonalds vs. Chik-fil-a

 Yesterday, I was invited to a TASTE ADVENTURE while a friend tried out McDonalds' new Southern Chicken Sandwich. To be clear: the photo above shows how many bites are required to decide to throw the sandwich out. Two. Two bites are required.

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Analogies to Live By

"Wikipedia is like hearing a great story in a bar: You hope it’s true, but never bother confirming it."...and other Analogies to Live By {at 'Blank Is Like Blank' }via swissmiss 

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Be the Subject of Watercooler Gossip

For those wishing to increase the amount of ridicule they receive at work: TrekDesk is offering an upgrade to the completely un-beloved "workout ball as a replacement to office chair." Of course, all joking aside, it's sad how many of us spend countless...

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R2-D@ Projector

Okay, this is pretty cool.  I think if I had no idea at all what Star Wars was - I would be consumed by robo-lust.

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Being Boring is a Choice.

In my on-going series of Everything I Needed to Know I Learned From Ad Campaigns comes this gem:Being boring is a choice. Those mild salsas and pleated khakis don't buy themselves. 

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