The Brush & Rinse toothbrush, designed by Scott Amron, redirects water from a faucet to your lips for easy rinsing. The back of the head is shaped to direct water "into a fluid parabola as perfect as the St. Louis Arch." They cost $3, or you can get 1 of 27 original working prototypes for a paltry $1,750. I had a college professor a few years back that really could have used one of these. The whole brushing thing was just too much of a hassle for her. Maybe this would have made it easier. She'd get up in your face if you asked a question and nearly knock you out with her breath. It was always like she'd just finished eating a bag of shit.
Tapi faucet nipples from Dreamfarm (I'm not gonna lie, I've always dreamed of farming nipples, too) turns your faucet into a water fountain by squeezing off the hole at the bottom. Simple! Plus it comes in a rainbow of colors, none of which will match any kitchen/bathroom's d... / Continue →
This is a sink that uses water from a fishbowl to wash your hands. If you drain too much, you kill the fish. HA -- LIKE ANY OF YOU WASH YOUR HANDS AFTER USING THE BATHROOM ANYWAYS! I'm serious ladies, most guys are disgusting. If you did a survey of what percentage of men w... / Continue →
The Abisko Washbasin from Eumar isn't even a basin. It's a freaking waterslide. A waterslide sink that drains onto the floor. How hilarious would it be if some bar installed this thing and forgot to put in the drain? Or even better -- you clogged it with a bunch of paper to... / Continue →