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A Beer Lollipop is the Epitome of Human Innovation

Sweets-maker Lollyphile has given us quite a few less-than-appetising suckables in the past (blue cheese or breast milk lollipop, anyone?), but their newest creation comes at the request of the masses. Your beer flavoured lollipop has arrived. Read More >>

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An Erasable Whiteboard Elephant That Never Forgets Your Shopping List

Random text files can get deleted, sticky notes can go missing, but the chances that this ceramic elephant disappears from your desk are slim—who would dare steal such a thing? And that's why it makes for the perfect spot to quickly jot notes and things that need remembering. Well, that and it functions like an erasable whiteboard. Read More >>

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This Rug Encases Han Solo in Carbonite on Your Living Room Floor

Is your living room floor bare? Do you like optical illusions? Do you love Star Wars? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you'll definitely love this floor runner depicting Han Solo stuck in carbonate. Read More >>

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This Rolling Bear Trap Makes Awkward Flat Materials Easy to Move

A large sheet of plywood isn't necessarily heavy, but its massive dimensions can certainly make it unwieldy to carry. And since there's nothing wrong with the whole 'work smarter not harder' mentality, this gravity-powered clamping trolley makes it super easy to just roll everything from sheets of wood, to drywall, to basically anything that will fit inside its grasp. Read More >>

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A Delicious Yoga Bag That Inspires You to Make Room for More Calories

For some people, exercise and working out is a way to keep their bodies fit and trim. But for most of us, it's just a way to feel less guilty when we overindulge. So to stay inspired to make it all the way through your next yoga class, keep your gear in this giant burrito bag that provides a delicious-looking reminder of just one of the indulgences you're working towards. Read More >>

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Slip Your Special Mail Into These Letter-Holder Bookends

This is a clever use of space right here. These bookends keep your paperbacks in line and your mail in order. All your favourite paper goods, all in one place, tidy and organised. Read More >>

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A Collection Of Nine Flipbooks Celebrating Disney's Greatest Animators

Before Walt Disney came along, animation was seen as just for kids. But through the release of a series of now-iconic animated films, he was able to turn 'cartoons' into a serious art form, paving the way for blockbusters like The Lion King and Frozen. However, he couldn't have done it without the help of nine well-known animators that are now further immortalised in this wonderful box set. Read More >>

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It's Almost Impossible for a Wallet To Get Any Thinner Than This

The pursuit of an absolutely minimal wallet leads some to just wrap an elastic band around their plastic cards and cash. But many of us still need a little more structure than that, and that's what the Flexy delivers, with a form factor that's just barely larger than a single credit card. Read More >>

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Real Wood Covers Make Every One of These Field Notes Notebooks Unique

Field Notes' new line of notebooks may be mass-produced, but that doesn't mean they're all identical. With covers made of thinly sliced Cherry wood, each Shelterwood edition cover is a unique natural beauty. Read More >>

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How Much Longer do I Have to Wait for a Wonderful Self-Winding Swatch?

It has been nearly a year since Swatch announced it's innovative Sistem51 watch. It's a self-winding timepiece that has only has 51 parts. Forget smartwatches, get this simple dumbness on my wrist right now. Read More >>

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£108m Euromillions Win Makes Neil Trotter the UK's 745th Richest Man

We now know the identity of the lucky, lucky person who won last week's Euromillions jackpot. Neil Trotter, a mechanic from Coulsdon in South London, is the first Brit to win the Euromillions jackpot this year -- a whopping £107.9 million. Read More >>

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You Wouldn't Like This Hulk When He's… Wet

Those 'just add water and watch it grow' toys have been a staple of kids for years now. But if you thought you outgrew such a childish novelty, ThinkGeek might change your mind with this wonderful desk toy that brings the Incredible Hulk to life with nothing but a container full of water. Read More >>

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This is the Classiest (and Probably Only) Briefcase Barbecue You'll Ever See

Outdoor cookouts can get a little grubby, a little dirty, a little messy—that's part of their charm, for some folks. If, however, you are searching for the classiest damn DIY al fresco dining experience of all time, look no further than this impossibly tidy Mon Oncle barbecue set. It actually comes in a briefcase. Read More >>

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Silently Celebrate Typewriters with This Illustrated Army of Classics

There's no denying that typewriters were (and are!) fantastically complex and beautiful pieces of machinery. They're also noisy, expensive, and a pain to use. With Pop Chart's Visual Compendium of Typewriters though, you can have the best of both worlds: antique art and a backspace key. Read More >>

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Awesome Decals Turn Your Toilet Bowl Into a Deadly Sarlacc Pit

Let's face it: after earning you lavish praise at age two, successfully making a bowel movement in the toilet has probably started to lose some of its appeal. Fortunately for you, the Sarlacc Toilet is here to put the excitement back into your porcelain-bowl routine. Read More >>

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Terrify Your Dinner Party Guests With These Thudding T-Rex Ice Cubes

The number one rule for hosting a successful dinner party? Make sure your guests fear gruesome death by dinosaur at least once during the evening. One way to achieve the effect? These ice ripples that mimic that scene—you know the one—from the original Jurassic Park. No T-Rex needed! Read More >>

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