June 13, 2012
Doggie-Go-Round — Only in Japan
Black Ant Salt & Pepper Shakers
Hand painted ceramic.
Four inches long.
Solo cup's secret code cracked
Out of deep black after today's reveal on Kottke.
All-in-one firestarter (you provide the kindling).
From the Wall Street Journal:
"Unscrewing the ends reveals a ferrocerium rod and a tungsten carbide striker."
"Just drag the striker across the rod with a decent amount of pressure to unleash serious Fourth of July-like sparks."
"Hold it over the tinder of your choice (dried leaves, lint, or cotton balls are recommended) to start a blaze on the go."
"The NanoStriker works even when wet, and each rod is good for about 1,000 uses — plenty to get you through the summer with enough left over to make it worth stashing in your emergency-supply kit."
Eat or Toss? How long will food stay good in your fridge or pantry?
[via Marketplace and reader Bubbub]
Survival of the Hippest — "Custom-designed St@tus Symbols for the ultra-chic & uber-geek"
social net worth."
Ultraviolet Portraits by Cara Phillips
"Photographer Cara Phillips
takes photographs of people
which brings out the interesting 'imperfections' on their skin."
What took so long?
Don't let an injury leave you with your pants down — cover it up with some tighty whities.
Underpants Bandages are sure to give your modest oww-ie the privacy and protection it deserves.
Your junk may be covered in boxers, but your scrape or cut deserves snugger protection.
In brief, you can cover your butt with your favorite underwear, but only your minor injuries deserve Underpants Bandages.
You'll be the envy of all your friends when your wounds are... dressed... for success.
Collectible tin of 12 brief-shaped band-aids: 53 cents.
Tony Kornheiser, call your office: you have a package... as it were.