Thursday, 30 December 2010

Top 2010 inventions

The unofficial top 10 inventions for 2010:

At number 10)
The no-hands needed umbrella

The underwear&jeans Jeans

The lipstick template

Easy to access tissue dispenser

Dustpan and brush shoes


Food cooler

Portable office tie

Flip Flop drinks container

And the top 2010 inventon is:

The plunger stuck to a helmet to prevent your head dropping when you sleep on public transport!

The Japanese have thought of everything!

Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Spy holes

I thought the whole purpose of a spy hole was to be able to spy on whoever's outside, without them knowing you're in.

This makes me wonder why some front doors have spy holes even when the door has glass windows? It's hardly spying when the person outside can see you clearer than you can see them...
If you had a slim rectangular body maybe it would work but i'm yet to come across a person with a rectangular head. You'd also have to walk up to the door directly central which could be difficult.

Spy holes on glass doors are a FAIL if you ask me.

Monday, 13 December 2010

Canned foods

I received a special request for a blog about chicken in a can.

Yes, a whole chicken in a can.
If you're feeling intrigued and brave, here's a video that might settle some of that curiosity.

Unfortunately i couldn't find the price for chicken in a can, but to be honest i don't think it will cost much judging by the look of it.

Whilst on the subject, i've collected a few more unusual canned foods:

Ok, the last product might not be true......yet.
Dedicated to Fran.

Wonderbra Spiral Viral

I've only just come across this viral ad from 2008:

Pretty cool use of illusions.

Monday, 6 December 2010

Human Chicken

Have you ever got really annoyed because you seem to be the only person on the street that's making an effort to move out of the way of oncoming people?

It can annoy me so much that i decide i'm no longer going to move for people just like they aren't for me. Human Chicken.
There's the car version, the doorbell version and now, the walking version.

The problem is, when i play human chicken, both the opposition and myself will be equally stubborn so we'll actually collide. When this happens i automatically feel like i have to say sorry even though it's a shared responsibility. I'd also just like to point out that the worst culprits for not moving on a street are elderly people and couples. So much so, they'd prefer you to walk around them on the road into oncoming traffic. Since when was there a hierarchy of who deserves to stay alive and safe on the path?

This is what found when i typed 'human chicken' into google...