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Fast Food Fallacies: Fast Food Menu Items Compared to Their Ads

The resemblance between what you see and what you get at fast food restaurants has been a hot debate in the massively obese business community for decades. But the differences between what we see in the ads and what we actually wind up eating just seems to get further and further apart with each passing year. The blog Alphalia picked ...

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Rain Level Boots Measure Your Misery

I don’t live in a particularly flood susceptible area. But believe it or not, Jersey has its share of flood zones. I’ve never been in flood waters that went above the soles of my shoes, but from what I hear, it can’t be a fun experience. One thing I know for sure about precipitation levels is that meteorologists cannot be ...

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Stuffed Plush Twitter Bird

Editor’s Note: This design seems to bear a striking resemblance to Iconfactory’s official Twitterrific mascot, Ollie. Credit needs to be given where credit is due. We strongly suggest you check out the official Iconfactory store to purchase official Ollie products. If all of you social media gurus and marketing consultants are having trouble sleeping at night, too worried about your ...

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Homer Simpson iPhone Vinyl Sticker: Mmm… Smartphone

Etsy seller Apple Jam designed this genius Homer Simpson iPhone sticker. While I’ve never seen Homer eat a piece of fruit, I’m not quite sure this counts. Mmm… technolicious. Thought we bet he’ll be saying “Do’h” when it comes out the other end. Shattered glass? No thank you. The sticker is sold out for now, but if you bug Apple ...

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Banana Boats For the Maritime-Loving Monkey

Not only is this the perfect way to adorn the cage of any monkey that’s developed a love for maritime history, but if bearded children folk singers are to be trusted, can also make calls to Beijing-jing-jing-jing. The Banana Boats by designer Jacob Dahlstrup celebrate centuries of sea living, fruit, desserts and Polish a capella bands. While I don’t know ...

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FaceTime as Predicted in 1910

A relic from the prophetic Hildebrandt chocolates collection of foreboding predictions for the future, this artist clearly had no idea what he was talking about. For one, those video conversations are clearly taking place over a 3G connection. Secondly… flying cars? Come on, that’s crazy talk. All I can say is that this woman must have said something mighty rude ...

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101 Weapons For Women: Where Cactus Meets Groin

“101 Weapons for Women: Implement Weaponry:A Unique Concept in Womens Self-Defense” explores different ways that woman can use household objects to ward off the average neighborhood rapist, including shoving a cactus right into the unsuspecting perpetrators groin. We’re confident that author Rodney R. Rice is comfortably living off of the royalties he made from this masterpiece. See? This is why ...

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Freddy Mercury and Queen Rock Out in Papercraft

The Beatles might have predated Queen, in both rock and papercraft history, but the influence of Freddy Mercury and his band of merry men cannot be ignored, nor denied. To celebrate the band’s eternal impact on music, People Too created this awesome papercraft recreation of Queen doing what they did best: strutting their stuff on stage. Queen always struck a ...

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X-Ray Photobomb

Don’t you hate it when your doctor is one of those guys that just feels the need to be in every picture? I’ll hand it to him, he has a pretty impressive skull, but I refuse to condone such behavior, and it’s not just because I’m extremely jealous of this man’s normal-shaped head. Link

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