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Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” Performed In Mario Paint Composer [VIDEO]

Ok. That’s impressive.

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It’s Been A Hell Of A Day, Watch Some Cats Time Travel, Space Travel, & Dance

Warning: This video contains dinosaur licking.

(via Tipster Brad)

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A Xenomorph Ring That Actually Morphs

Sure, it looks just like the sort of clunky, sci-fi inspired ring that any person might deign to wear about their pretty little finger, but Kilroy’s Attic crafted it with a crazy, secondary, impractical form. Brass knuckles. The jewelry is not recommended for actual use as a weapon, because, well, its so pretty, but also because not a good idea to ask someone to wait for you to unfold your brass knuckles before starting a fight.

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I Found the Ruby Slippers for the Sharknado/Wizard of Oz Crossover

Just click your heels together and repeat: We’re gonna need a bigger boat. Click on for one more pic.

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Home Made Star Wars Theremin Bra

I don’t know what the purpose of a Star Wars theremin bra would be, nor do I wish to insinuate that such an object requires a purpose in order to justify its existence.

I just know that I kind of want one now.

(via Neatorama.)

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Lady Rides Her Skull Adorned Motorcycle as Her Pet Bird Flies Alongside [VIDEO]

There are so many questions that must be asked about this fabulous woman.  Who is she?  Where did the skull come from? Is the bird her dæmon? Can I cosplay this even though she isn’t fictional?  This video may only be 36 seconds long, but you will rewind it again and again to make sure that you did, in fact, just see a real outlaw woman driving down the street on her bright green motor bike, accompanied by her pet bird, with rifles strapped to the wheels and handlebars, like someone strait out of dystopian science fiction.

(via OfficialSwick on YouTube)

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Knit Sarlacc Hand Puppet is Fuzzy and Somehow Still Terrifying

This is exactly what any puppet-loving Star Wars fan needs– a knit monster that will digest you slowly over thousands of years. We all know that the only thing the Sarlacc really wanted was to give Luke a big fuzzy hug! Right? …Right?

This creepy little monster was made by Deviantart user Pandacatification.

(via Neatorama)

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Adventure Time Monopoly Unveiled, We Wonder Why Candy Land Didn’t Happen First [VIDEO]

IT’S GONNA BE SO FLIPPIN’ AWESOME! (Buy it here.)

(via Kotaku)

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Nerdy Kitchen Supplies You Won’t Want to Spill Anything On

I always feel a little odd throwing aprons and kitchen supplies up here, but it’s probably just the part of me that really wants to make an anti “woman in the kitchen” joke but hasn’t yet figured out a way to do it that isn’t eye-rollingly bad. Would Huckleberry Baby‘s nerdy furnishings get me to wash dishes more often? Maybe. Okay probably not, I really hate washing dishes. But that doesn’t make these pot holders (and aprons) any less awesome.

(via Huckleberry Baby on Etsy.)

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Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Let’s Us Know What Neil Gaiman’s Coraline Characters Smell Like

Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab have created body and household scents inspired by Hellboy, Fraggle Rock, Labyrinth and more. Their latest pulls from Neil Gaiman’s delightful Coraline. “The Coraline Collection” is based on locations and characters from the book like Miss Spink and Miss Forcible, The Cat, and the Mouse Circus. BPAL writes, “This is a charitable, not-for-profit venture: proceeds from every single bottle go to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, which works to preserve and protect the First Amendment rights of the comics community.” And you might have noticed, the artwork for the collection was done by Eisner Award and Harvey Award winning cartoonist Vera Brosgol (creator of Anya’s Ghost).

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