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Lego Dissected Frog is the grossest Lego project ever

Posted in lego by Conner Flynn on November 4th, 2010

We’ve seen plenty of Lego creations around here, but this one is probably the grossest. This dissected frog is made entirely out of Lego bricks. The creator made the dissected frog for the MOC Olympics where it was entered into the anatomy category.

It’s pretty cool, but also pretty creepy. It reminds me of biology class. I can smell the formaldehyde. Good times. Not! Even the tablet, pins, tweezers, and scalpel are all made from Lego.

Spit Balls grow 200X their original size, explode on impact

Posted in Weapons by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2009

Spit Balls grow 200X their original size, explode on impactIn the old days we used paper. But that is so last century. These days it’s all about fancy polymers. Spit Balls branded spit balls are tiny polymer beads that will grow up to 200X in your mouth and become extra sticky.

If you, like us, have been waiting for spit ball tech to explode, then you know how ecstatic we are that this day has arrived. 200X their original size. And super sticky-icky. See that Editors list on the left there? They will be targeted. No one will be spared.

Dog shaped dog poop composter

Posted in Pets by Conner Flynn on May 6th, 2009

Dog poop composterNote to Japan. Trying to make dog poop fun by making this dog poop composter look like a robotic dog just ain’t cutting it. Poop is gross. Dog poop is gross. You can’t make it fun. You just can’t. Please stop trying to make poop fun.

I mean you put the poop in the dog’s mouth. I know some troubled dogs eat their own, but still. It’s called Sum, a robotic trash can designed by Tohoku Kankyo. Just open the dog’s mouth, insert poop and old food, and it’ll break it down and make it not stinky. It can take about 600 grams of poop or food per day. Does the broken down poop and food then come out of robo-dog’s butt?

Cheeseburger in a can the new spam?

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on January 29th, 2008

Cheeseburger in a canWhen char broiling a burger with your tailpipe is just not doing it for you, why not cook up a cheeseburger in a can? This tops my list of bad ideas and has got to be this century’s equivalent to spam.

The entire cheeseburger comes in the can. You just boil the can for a few minutes and pop it open. This comes from a company called Katadyn, a Swiss-based company that primarily deals with mobile water sterilization and desalination equipment. Until now. Now they are focused on strange MREs. They have a powdered wine that when reconstituted has an alcohol content of over 9%, a chocolate mousse, and of course the burger in a can. They all supposedly have a shelf life of 12 months. Gross.