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I Can't Wait!: Australian Man Patents Hamdog, A Hamburger/Hotdog Combo

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

Meet the Hamdog, the brainchild of Australian Mark Murray, who clearly took a crash course in deliciousness. The Hamdog features a hamburger patty cut in half with a hotdog running between the two halves, all on a specially shaped bun. Show More Summary

I Drank A 20!: Loaded Dice Drinkware Set

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is the Kickstarter for the $50 Loaded Dice Drinkware Set. It's a set of glasses that have numbers on the side corresponding to different gaming dice. There's a 4-sided shot glass, 6-sided double shot glass, 8-sided beer sampler glass, 10-sided tumbler, 12-sided old fashioned glass, and a 20-sided pint glass. Show More Summary

US Map Of The Dirtiest Sounding Town In Each State

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a map highlighting the most lewd sounding town name in each US state. Of course, lewd sounding is all subjective. To me, Wankers Corner, Oregon sounds like a lovely place to hang out with your bros. Dickshooter, Idaho not so much. Show More Summary

What An All-Star: Little Girl Loses Her Mind Over Cotton Candy At Baseball Game

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video of young Beatrix Hart losing her mind over the cotton candy at a recent Seattle Mariners baseball game. Now I'm not sure what the hell they put in the cotton candy at Safeco Field, but there's no way it's safe for kids that young to be eating. Show More Summary

Good To Know: If Different Animals Had Front-Facing Eyes

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a small gallery assembled by Imgurian Kiyoi imagining different animals with eyes at the front of their heads instead of on the sides. They look like abominations. Not really, they just look like I'm not used to. Sometimes I wish I had eyes on the sides of my head. Show More Summary

Perspective: The Death Star's Size Vs Florida

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a composite shot created by college student Kevin Wisbith comparing the size of the first Death Star with Florida. Doesn't look so big now, does it? It's estimated the original Death Star was about 140 - 160km (87 - 99 miles) in diameter, or about a quarter of the length of Florida. Show More Summary

France Becomes First Country To Ban All Plastic Cups, Plates, Silverware

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

Following their ban of plastic bags in July, France has just become the first country to ban all plastic cups, plates and silverware. Manufacturers must comply by 2020, when all products must be made from "biologically sourced materials" and biodegradable. Show More Summary

Count Me In: A SpongeBob Themed Pineapple Villa

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is the Spongebob Pineapple Villa built by Nickelodeon for their Nick Resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The 1,500 square foot villa is filled with Spongebob and ocean themed decorations, including an entryway that's a replica of Spongebob's pineapple home, complete with a life-size Gary. Show More Summary

Motorcyclist Gets Rear-Ended By Own Mother

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is the helmet-cam footage of a motorcyclist who gets rear-ended by his own mother. The footage starts with them in a parking lot chatting about somebody they know who's in the hospital or had a stroke or an eye infection or something (I'm a bad eavesdropper), then there's three minutes of driving footage until, at 3:28, she rear-ends him. Show More Summary

Original Legend Of Zelda Glitch Allows Finish In Under 3 Minutes

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video detailing a glitch discovered in the Legend Of Zelda version 1.1 for the Famicom that allows a player to beat the game in under three minutes. It does not work on Nintendo though so don't try it unless you like wasting time/disappointing the friends and family you gathered to watch. Show More Summary

Butterflies Drinking The Tears Of A Caiman

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a shot captured by photographer Mark Cowen of a crown of butterflies (previously) perched on the head of a caiman to drink its tears and process the salt they need for survival. Or maybe its their battle mount. Mark was honored with a Special Commendation at the 2016 Royal Society Publishing photography competition for the photo. Show More Summary

Transform And Roll Out: A Real Life BMW Transformer

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video of a BMW that can transform into a standing robot. Unfortunately, it takes almost a minute to transform, so all the other Autobots are probably long gone by the time this guy is ready to roll out. I wonder if Optimus Prime and the rest of the gang nicknamed him Slowpoke. Show More Summary

Augmented Climbing Wall Allows You To Play Games And Exercise

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is the Augmented Climbing Wall. It's a climbing wall that's been projection mapped and uses a camera to track climbers' movement. You can use it to project a route up the wall or play climbing games. In this case, Pong. You can buy one if you're interested, although I imagine they're expensive. Show More Summary

Darth Vader Picking Up Roadside Trash On The Highway He Adopted

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

Henry Wakley of Blacksburg, Virginia (go Hokies!) dresses as Darth Vader and picks up trash along the mile and a half of Route 460 he adopted through the Adopt-A-Highway program. Henry adopted the highway in the name of Darth Vader (pics...Show More Summary

Man Successfully Performs Evel Knievel's Snake River Canyon Rocket Jump

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video of stuntman Eddie Braun successfully performing Evel Knievel's 1974 Snake River Canyon rocket jump. Evel's attempt was unsuccessful due to a premature parachute deployment that prevented him from crossing the canyon.Show More Summary

The Napsack, A Wearable Sleeping Bag With Arm And Leg Holes

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is the Napsack, a wearable sleeping bag with zippable arm holes and a cinch at the bottom so you can stick your legs out and wear it as a dress. It's perfect for the camper who's being attacked by bears and doesn't have time to change before making a hasty getaway. Show More Summary

Happy Endings: Depressed T-Rex Makes A Comeback

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is The Comeback, an Audi commercial about a t-rex who's lost his lust for life and doesn't know what to do with himself anymore. Thankfully, a self-steering Audi comes along to save him from little-arm related depression. Now he's back to being king of the road, just like he was 68-million years ago. Show More Summary

A Visualization Of The Hottest August Temperatures In 136 Years

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is an animated chart released by NASA visualizing the hottest August earth has experienced in 136 years. And I don't know about you, but I felt it. There were several days when my mom made me play outside until dinnertime and IShow More Summary

Cat Riding In Custom Cockpit Aboard Roomba

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

Because it's nice to be reminded that, even if I'm not, somebody else out there is living the dream (even if its a cat), this is a video of a cat in a towel-lined plastic container riding a Roomba. Just look at that level of relaxation. Show More Summary

Bluetooth Star Trek Communicator Badge

last weekHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is the Star Trek TNG Bluetooth ComBadge available exclusively from ThinkGeek this November for $80. The Bluetooth badge has an internal microphone and allows users to answer and end calls with a push of the insignia. Oh, plus it...Show More Summary

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