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Hot Dog Surprise!

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Don’t Eat This.

It’s fairly common to see hot dog carts along the streets of New York City. This one, however, is not serving hot dogs. In an effort to promote their new line of vibrators Trojan will be distributing 10,000 of them(valued at $350,000) for free over the next two days from their “Pleasure Carts.”


The two carts will be at various spots throughout Manhattan on August 8th and 9th. Exact locations are posted at Trojan’s Facebook Page

Courtesy New York Times


Woman Accidentally Swallows Butter Knife

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Sometimes, you just can’t make this stuff up..

A 30 year old woman “accidentally” swallowed a Butter Knife while trying to prove to her friends that she no longer had a gag reflex.

Doctors were able to surgically remove the knife, and she had no severe damage or permanent scars. Her husband later revealed that four years prior she swallowed another knife, and also required surgery to remove that one.

Courtesy Fox News


Dog Washing Machine

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Team Pup N Suds for the win!

As if the vending machines weren’t weird enough. Using this machine you can wash your dog for just £3.50 (as significant savings over going to the groomer!) Dirty doggie goes in!, soggy doggie exits!


Yes, there’s a video of the machine in action! It’s after the break.


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Cat Sofa

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For when your pets deserve their own furniture.

For most, fluffy is a part of the family, so how do you prove it? With their own customized furniture of course!


The Cat Tunnel Sofa is used to “communicate and share feelings with your cat.”

Courtesy munseungji


Working WALL-E Replica

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I don’t want to survive, I want to live!

Mike Senna has been working on a remote controlled, fully operational, movie accurate version of WALL-E in his spare time since 2010. It took about 3,500 hours to completion. Mike also built a fully working R2-D2 model in 2003.


A video of some of the detail involved on his ‘feet’ and WALL-E in action after the break.


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