Skittles released a bag of individually-wrapped little candy packets printed with one of five camouflage patterns: grass, asphalt, sand, kitchen tile, and tree bark. The goal is to make Easter egg hunts a bit more challenging.
This fellow pushed some unusual objects into a heavy-duty belt sander. The jawbreaker strikes me as the only real success among the items chosen; also featured in the video (below) are a Rubik's cube and a golf ball. READ THE REST
I like the peanut ones, but the chocolate they use is too sweet. READ THE REST
I grew up a few miles from the PEZ factory. Rumor had it you could sneak into the parking lot at night and steal trash bags from the dumpsters, full of perfectly good but malformed or damaged PEZ candies. Neither I nor anyone I knew actually did this, despite the fact that I had a… READ THE REST
If a company wants to sell a better mousetrap, they build one. Or if they're a big-dog business with loads of assets, they simply find someone who's already building a better mousetrap and they buy 'em. That's what uber-rich Apple did in 2014 when they decided to bump up their headphone game by acquiring the… READ THE REST
You can give someone a recipe, but following step-by-step instructions is so much different than creating magic with the perfect cocktail. True mastery requires a high level of training and talent to transform even basic ingredients into mixological bliss. In The 2021 Ultimate Mixology and Cocktail Trainer Bundle, renowned international expert, Paul Martin, imparts decades… READ THE REST
What's something everybody needs but nobody wants? It might sound like a really annoying riddle, but it's true! Chargers are a necessary evil, and not at all an item of extreme passion. The general requirements for charging devices are fairly simple compared to their monumental yet thankless role in our tech-driven world. We want easy.… READ THE REST