This Japanese game show from 2021 featured a game of human Tetris, where people have to match their pose to the shape of a hole in a wall that moves towards them. If they can't slide through the hole, the wall sweeps them into a pool of water. Some of the shapes look nearly impossible to fit through. I would surely be knocked into the water right away.
Kei means light in Japanese. Keitora are ultra compact Japanese trucks. My friend Todd Lappin imported a kei firetruck from Japan to San Francisco. He posts photos of it on Instagram. If you want to buy a used Japanese kei car, Jalopnik has a guide on how to do it. A lot of paperwork is… READ THE REST
It's never fun being an outsider. However, sometimes you're forced to be one. Whether through employment or place of residence, everyone will occasionally feel like an outsider. The trade-off is that you can usually leave the area where you feel isolated to return to your peer group. If you're the only Indian person at your… READ THE REST
There was nothing better than finding a disused lot or vacant construction site when I was a kid. In a child's eyes, a dilapidated building can easily turn into the DeathStar or the Hall of Justice. All you need is a keen imagination and a few friends. The idea behind giving abandoned spaces a facelift… READ THE REST
You may not be a techie, per se, but when it comes to Apple products, you know your stuff. Ever since those colorful iBooks hit shelves back in 1999, you've been hooked, and with so many awesome gizmos and gadgets to choose from today, your home is looking more and more like an Apple Store by the… READ THE REST
When you live your life on the go, finding time to cook is challenging. You might resort to unhealthy and unappetizing snacks just to make it through the day. It doesn't have to be that way, though. You can devour quality meals that require barely any prep. In fact, you can even have great seafood… READ THE REST
If you like to live by the phrase "work hard, play hard," then Muff Waders has the perfect product for you. This lifestyle brand was started by Taylor "Earl" Nees, who defines himself as a simple man who enjoys "fishing, hunting, playing sports, drinking beer, chasing girls, and loving life." He and his business partner Garret… READ THE REST