The Crayola Crayon Maker is a $20 E-Z-Bake oven that melts bits and pieces of old crayons into new, shit-brown colored ones.
If you've got kids, you've got crayons. And if you've got crayons, you've probably got a big container of tiny crayon nubs that are even too small for kid fingers. But Crayola themselves now have a way for you to recycle all those worn down bits into new crayons, mixing and mashing whatever colors you like together.
DOES NOT WORK ON ARMY MEN.
Hit the jump for a commercial featuring some special looking kids that probably shouldn't be using a heating element without parent supervision.
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This is a series of illustrations by artist Andy Fairhurst of children's silhouettes as they pretend to be their favorite superheroes. They're awesome -- every single one (and there's 19!). Reminds me of when I was a kid on the school playground, swinging around on the tether... / Continue →
Four year-old Anthony Smith suffers from hearing loss and has to wear a blue hearing aid (Blue?! MAKE IT FLESH TONE). The only problem is he doesn't like wearing his hearing aid because none of the superheroes in comics do. Enter Anthony's concerned mother, stage left. No --... / Continue →