2015 Jan 20, 9:08 2013 Mar 28, 3:30 2011 Dec 30, 1:41
‘to avoid getting taxed as “dolls,” rather than lower for “toys”’
2009 Dec 16, 9:41
"This sort of model should remind you of 1-piece click-out toys packaged with action figures such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Michael Johansson specializes in parodying this particular moment in
toydom by creating life-sized models with that molded-plastic “break-apart and play” action specifically in mind."
2008 Dec 29, 12:06
Too bad I missed these before Christmas: "Why buy a stupid Elmo when you can permanently disturb that young mind with a cute knitted plush rabbit killed with a giant carrot? Or a beautiful tiger
eating some human remains? I love these."
2008 Sep 1, 4:17 2008 Feb 26, 2:24
At the grocery store the other day Sarah and I attempted to find shallot for a recipe, but I can't
tell the difference between shallot, sweet onions, yellow onions, etc. etc. We found something that we decided was the closest we'd find in the store and I believe we picked correctly because at
checkout the cashier rang it up as shallot.
I think this could be
a practical problem that the 20q Pocket Mind Reader should be able to solve: obtain the name of an unidentified object. When we got home
I decided to test the 20q Pocket Mind Reader on shallot. Unfortunately, it told me I had an onion, but I think if these were designed for identifying unknown objects based solely on information you
can obtain by looking at it, rather than requiring knowledge of seeds, where it grows, etc. it would do better. Or I could just ask someone who works at the grocery store.
2007 Dec 23, 2:02 2007 Nov 27, 4:19
Cool life size weighted companion cube plush toys.
2007 Apr 17, 11:03
A robotic alarmclock that runs and hides if you don't get up in time.
2007 Mar 16, 4:30
A giant inflatable floating ball that you sit inside of.
2006 Dec 21, 3:21
Cool photos of miniatures, toys, postcards or photos held up over their real world counterparts. Some look pretty cool.
2005 Nov 13, 3:44