Personally I want to leave the world with as many suction cups as I came in with, but for some of you that may not be the case (please note my opinion of elf ears is entirely different). Enter suction cup implants. Sadly they're just plastic saucers implanted under the skin and don't actually stick to anything. There were done by Dark Freak at the Luck All parlor in Sao Paulo, Brazil and look reasonably like the real thing. The dude should have gotten them all along the insides of his arms though. That would have been way more octo-like. Oh well, you know what they say -- a sucker is born every minute. Oh my God did I actually just write that? You're damn right I did, and I'm sticking to it.
Tentacle Implants [notcot]
This is a video of a guy performing a very special trick with his dog and a laser pointer. Now I don't want to ruin it for you, so I'll just say this: at least he didn't draw on the dude's face, because that would have been wrong (his shoes are, in fact, off). Also, not to st... / Continue →
Lin Shuseng, too cheap to buy his wife one of those $4 battery operated personal massagers (or one of the more expensive ones that looks like a wand that women use to, you know, stir the soup), decided instead to spend 8 years building her a scrap metal massage chair to soothe ... / Continue →
The PSE TAC-15 Crossbow costs $1,300 and mounts to the receiver of an AR-15 (not included). It is a serious piece of killing equipment and should not be purchased by children under the age of 9.
This crossbow is mounted on the skeleton of an AR-15 assault rifle and has a sc... / Continue →