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  • June 13, 2014
    This is the Ultraskiff Angler 360. It's a little round boat with a rotating seat, allowing for 360-degrees of uninterrupted fishing/fun. It comes with standard boat things like storage compartments, rod holders, and BUOYANCY. Are you thinking what I'm thinking? "We play bum... / Continue →
  • February 26, 2014
    But why is it round?! This is the Cork Globe from SUCK UK. It costs $200. You're supposed to use it to push-pin all the cities and countries you've visited so when people come into your office they'll see just how well traveled you are and get super intimidated by your world... / Continue →
  • August 1, 2011
    I bet it's a portal to Atlantis! Is this the sonar image of a crasehd 60-foot UFO, 285-feet deep at the bottom of the Botnia Gulf? HELL NO IT'S NOT, DUMMY. And take that foil hat off, you look ridiculous. Swedish sea treasure hunters have found something extraordinary: A ... / Continue →
  • April 27, 2011
    Personally, I'm happy just as long as the bread's not moldy, I've never really had a problem with toasters. But apparently a lot of people really struggle with them. Dummies. The Roastie Toaster features a ring of heating elements around its spherical exterior for even bread ... / Continue →
  • May 3, 2010
    This is a robot that balances itself on top of a ball. Impressive, but I've seen a clown at the circus do the same thing while juggling. Plus I winged a handful of peanuts at him. Dr. Masaaki Kumagai, director of the Robot Development Engineering Laboratory at Tohoku Gakuin ... / Continue →
  • December 13, 2009
    Kayla Kromer, the maker of the infamous Hamburger Bed, is back at it, this time with a sweet Millenium Falcon joint. Which, true story, I once used to make the Kessel run in less than eleven parsecs IN MY SLEEP. Suck it Han, I own you more than Jabba did! Hit the jump for... / Continue →
  • December 8, 2009
    And they said it wasn't possible to cut a bagel into a Möbius strip! Didn't they? I'm sure somebody did. But boy were they wrong! You think it works for donuts too? What about Hot Pockets?! Professor and artist George Hart figures out how to cut a bagel into two congruen... / Continue →
  • September 10, 2009
    We've known about airless tires for a while now here on Geekologie, but now the US military is getting involved and testing them sums of beaches out on some of their vehicles. But not their tanks -- they don't have any air to begin with, silly! The advantages of airless tires... / Continue →
  • July 16, 2009
    Meteorologists at Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization have created the world's most perfectly spherical balls out of silicon. Next, breasts. This is one of the two most perfect spheres ever. Exactly one kilogram--Imperial units be damned f... / Continue →
  • June 7, 2009
    Geekologie Reader Bryan, inspired by the post on rejected Star Wars products, went and made a Death Star Grill (complete with Star Destroyer handle!). And I, for one, would slap my Rebel meat all over it. I started with two Weber grills and used the bottom portions because th... / Continue →