Dream Recollection Inducer

“Dream Recollection Inducer (GIF Format)—To gaze at shortly after waking.” By ZBAGS. Read the rest

CNN mistakes a Pride Parade flag covered in dildos for the ISIS flag


A CNN reporter filed an "exclusive" story about a person carrying an "ISIS flag" at yesterday's Pride Parade in London. Read the rest

'Large face' found in rock cliff on remote Canada island, but where did it come from?


The origin of this "large face" on the side of a cliff remains unknown. Read the rest

Truly bizarre and creepy kids’ masks of the Biblical plagues


“Boils! Cow Plague! Frogs!”

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Anarchy in the UK Mastercards

Because irony is alive and well in the 21st century. I'm holding out for my Kill the Poor platinum Amex. Read the rest

The Button has ended


The Button, the Reddit game that started (perhaps) as an April Fools' joke and became a social experiment, religion, and drug, has ended after 1,008,316 presses. Time's up. "The Button has ended" (Reddit)


• Reddit's hot 'button' game is practically religious

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Priest rides ‘possessed’ man like a donkey in bizarre exorcism video


Just a little old-time religion.

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If they'd given Commander Riker his own Star Trek spinoff show, it would not be as good as this

They should have given the franchise to Jan van den Hemel. [via The Verge] Read the rest

Refrigerator full of Super Nintendo Jurassic Park cartridges could be yours


It's on eBay for $1,500, but the seller is entertaining offers. "No questions or answers have been posted about this item." [via @toastmaster]

Just in time for the new Jurassic World (Jurassic Park) movie that is coming out, you can have your very own refrigerator full of Snes Jurassic Park carts!! There are just about 300 Jurassic Park carts including a handful of CIB copies and a PAL version CIB. I will also include the schlue of other Jurassic Park games: gameboy CIB, Sega Genesis, Sega CD, Sega Saturn CIB copies. Also have a CIB Jurassic Park 2 and sealed JP 2 for snes that will be included. And a laser disk movie for kicks and giggles. Fridge and Bacardi not included

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Don't come to your court-date in a lime-green Batman costume

Honestly, it should go without saying. Read the rest

Skinjob suit for living Ken dolls

The $919 lean muscle suit (comes in 15 colors including bright yellow!) makes you look like a reasonably priced, smooth-crotched anatomical drawing. Read the rest

Contact lens vending-machine

Spotted today in Berlin's Tegel airport, on my way to Re:publica. Read the rest

Remember when Gerber tried to market "baby food for teens?"

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English is weird

Put the word "only" between any two words of this sentence: "She told him that she loved him." Read the rest

The disturbing world of bootleg Disney's Frozen games


Maybe you've heard of Elsa Frozen Brain Surgery -- you know, the game where you open the popular Disney princess' skull and extract fashion items from her glittering brain morass for her to wear later.

"Once you’re sure she needs a brain surgery, start shaving her gorgeous blonde hair and prepare her for the long surgery hours," the game instructs. "Then feel free to dig into her brain and make sure you use the right doctor tools to cut out her little obsessions, to repair whatever you find broken and to reactivate the dead synapses snowflakes." Dark.

Of course, Elsa Frozen Brain Surgery is just one of the weird little games hoping for a sliver of the explosive princess brand recognition. Today I also found Baby Elsa Spinal Surgery, where the starring princess becomes a child with inexplicable but deeply-unsettling back wounds, as well as Olaf at the Dentist ("The pain and the shame are unbearable, so he is asking you to play the dentist role for him.")

My friend Peter Yeh has offered us an eye-opening look at some other items out there: Apparently, poorly-cloned Disney princesses need everything from slimy makeovers to new bathroom wallpaper, in addition to appearing in barely-functional knockoff Super Mario-alikes and hundreds and hundreds of paper doll dress-ups.

Apply nitrous to Princess Anna's face in her birthing simulator. Then, of course, there is Spank Elsa Butt (maybe don't watch that at work).

Peter's piece will set you on the right track toward the very weirdest bootleg Disney games. Read the rest

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