Ramen Yakiniku (på Genki)
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An optimistic laundry shop owner makes increasingly poor decisions on the business name in this hilarious spoof ad created by the NYC sketch comedy group TheBilderbergers.
Weird Tube of the Day: How to Kill a Chocolate Bunny
Filmmakers Lernert & Sander present three strangely fascinating ways to melt chocolate rabbits.
A vanilla passion please (på Indigo)
Awkward Moment of the Day: Drunk Passenger Gets Duct Taped
Business developer Andy Elwood snapped this photo of a fellow passenger who had to be restrained during a flight from Iceland to New York City yesterday. Elwood noted that after the very drunk passenger attempted to choke the woman next to him and started yelling that the plane was going to crash, other around him decided to duct tape the man to the seat for the rest of the flight. Upon arrival, he was transported to a local hospital. Hat tip to Gothamist.
102th use for duct tape
Shut Up and Take My Money of the Day: Minecraft Pickaxe Bottle Opener
Check out this officially licensed bottle opener inspired by Minecraft’s Pickaxe, one of the most commonly used tools in the open-world construction game, which is available for purchase via ThinkGeek for $19.99 USD.
Shut Up and Take My Money of the Day is a feature series dedicated to highlighting the latest innovations and visions in the world of consumer product design and gadgetry.
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Meanwhile in Sweden of the Day: Gender-swapped Children’s Toy Catalogue
The latest holiday catalogue released by Sweden’s toy retail chain Top Toy is making some buzz for breaking the gender-role stereotypes in its product pages, which features girls with Nerf guns and boys with doll houses and Hello Kitty. According to Jezebel, Top Toy’s gender-swapped catalogue may have been inspired in part by the widespread debate over the issue of gender equality that has been ongoing for the past few years in the Scandinavian nation. Hat tip goes to The Mary Sue.
LEGO Craftsmanship of the Day: Great Ball Contraption
Japanese LEGO artist Akiyuky spent over 600 hours to create this complex, Rube Goldberg machine-like assembly line that stretches over 100 feet in length.
That Awkward Moment of the Day: …when you find this while going through childhood keepsakes that your parents kept in the basement (via /r/funny).