Super Mario Question Mark Block Lamp
Wanna be like Mario? Well, now you can! This question mark block lamp has a touch-sensitive button inside it that allows you to punch it to turn it on and off - just like the famous plumber. It even makes the classic coin sound!
A Litle Bit On The Clever Use of Pokemon Side: Small, medium, and large coffee cups depicted as Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, and Venusaur. Vote for me as your next president and every food spot across the nation will display their cup sizes as Pokemon evolutions.
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There was supposed to be an additional joke that had something to do with big-boobied hoes displaying their cup sizes and what I’d do with them if I were president somewhere in this post, but I couldn’t figure it out, so I just gave up. AMERICA!
(via Sprite Stitch)
So this little boy was just walking around the San Francisco zoo, doing what every boy who is dragged to the zoo tends to do - play video games - when he accidentally dropped his DSi XL into the gorilla habitat. And wouldn’t you know it, a professional photographer happened to be right there.
Still photos and video capture a large gorilla that found the DSi, picked it up and started trying to figure out how the darn thing worked. At one point a smaller gorilla came up to take a look, just like the jealous kids on the elementary school playground.
After reportedly being unable to figure out the confusing friend code system, the gorilla knocked it around and eventually lost interest.
The boy got his system back when a trainer lured the gorilla with an apple and was able to snatch the device out of the gorilla’s hands. (It then grabbed a princess and jumped up a tower of ladders and construction beams before throwing down barrels of oil.)
Although the DSi was pretty beaten up, the rigorous inspection didn’t stop it from working. It turned right back on and the boy was able to continue his game.