Over at Laughing Squid, Scott Beale has a neat post up about these fried-egg molds from Urban Trend that allow you to cook your sunny side ups in the shape of a gun. There's a lethal cholesterol joke in here somewhere, but my arteries are too clogged to think it up. Link.
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Pixar might have pioneered the 3D animation space, but Dreamworks definitely refined it. Dreamworks animation- in its 2D incarnation- always tended to skew towards stories that felt infinitely more mature than Disney's output. Films like Road to El Dorado and Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas possessed an edge- albeit relatively slight- that Disney movies of the era just… READ THE REST
Scott Brazelton, a Southwest pilot in Colorado, built an amazing candy-colored rollercoaster in the shape of a plane for his adorable three-year-old boy, who wanted to "go fast." And watching the excited toddler take it for a "flight" is nothing short of pure joy. From the Storyful YouTube page: West's father, Scott A Brazelton, told… READ THE REST
Everyone's been seduced by the idea of camping at one point or another, right? Spotting the stars at night, falling asleep to the sounds of the woods, waking up to a sunrise … There's just something magical about sleeping in the great outdoors. But, of course, reality is often disappointing. Tents, in particular, can be tiny… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. There's something extraordinary about personalized items. A monogram, a note, really anything personal, can give a ton of meaning to a seemingly mundane object. And one surefire way to make something unique… READ THE REST