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Pizza Sleeping Bag

Pizza Sleeping Bag

When is $300 for a slice of pizza a good deal? When it is a handmade Pizza Sleeping Bag of course. Etsy user brookish7 created this masterpiece and then put it up for sale. Not surprisingly, it didn’t last long. Looks like that (oh-so-common) dream of curling up with the perfect slice will have to wait a bit longer.

(Via Gizmodo)

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November 21, 2011   No Comments

Where’s My Beer Pager?

Beer Pager

Okay, I get the temporarily misplaced can of beer phenomenon. It is a terrible cost of modern living and something simply must be done about it. But the Beer Pager? Consisting of a drink coozie, a coaster and a remote paging device (a.k.a. a button), it seems pretty clear that the only thing this contraption will do is find where I left that damn coaster.

Unless… that coozie is glued to the coaster which in that case this is the greatest device ever invented.

Product Description:
Where is my beer? Clicking the remote device on the Beer Pager unleashes a satisfying burp and flashing lights so you can easily locate your beer can up to 60 feet away and even through walls! Holder keeps your beverage cold, too. Holder operates on 4 AA batteries (not included). Remote batteries included.

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November 18, 2011   No Comments

Kikkerland Burger Coasters

Kikkerland Burger Coasters

It may be impolite to set your drink down on a table without using a coaster, but it is really impolite to set your drink down on a hamburger. Unless of course, said hamburger is a Kikkerland Burger Coaster. Which in that case is not only polite, but classy too.

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November 16, 2011   No Comments

Toas-Tite Grill

Toas-Tite grill

Were hot pocket sandwiches better back in the 40s? Most likely they were, even though they didn’t have microwaves. Strike that. Especially because they didn’t have microwaves. Instead, they apparently used the Toas-Tite Grill to whip up a quick and hot filled sandwich. Just clamp and hold over an open flame (like a gas burner) and you’ve got yourself some old school quick eats.

Product Description:
The Toas-Tite is Back! The much loved Toas-Tite grill was produced from 1945-1953, and then it disappeared. We don’t know why. About a year ago, my sister and I came up with the crazy idea of making exact replicas of the Toas-Tite grill from the 1940s. WE DID IT!!!!!!!! After making hundreds of Toas-Tites on our new grills, we’re sure you will enjoy them as much as we do. Makes a Luscious Sealed-In Drip Proof Toas-Tite Sandwich. Start a family Tradition, The Kids will Love Them. From Fruit Pies to Tuna Melts – the possibilities are endless.

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November 14, 2011   No Comments

Cupless Coffee?

Grinds Coffee Pouches

First there was smokeless tobacco and now we have cupless coffee. Marketed as an alternative to chew for baseball players (and beyond), Grinds Coffee Pouches are exactly what they sound like. However instead of inserting them into a capsule coffeemaker they are inserted directly into the mouth. It looks like they have been around for awhile (at least one World Series ago judging from the World Champions SF Giants love on their website), but their relative obscurity doesn’t mean they won’t be a hit. Order up!

(Via Gizmodo)

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November 10, 2011   No Comments

Skybar Chill Cubes

Skybar Chill Cubes

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and when it comes to drinking, apparently many will toast to that. Just look at all these whiskey stones. Upping the ante (and the price) are the Skybar Chill Cubes. Not only do the reusable ice cubes come with a new and shiny stainless steel exterior, but the set also includes handy cube holders to keep by the side of your booze-filled glass. Better than chipping your teeth out when sipping.

(Via Oh Gizmo!)

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November 9, 2011   No Comments