A guy named Adly Syairi Ramly has turned some Lego figures into rock bands. I bet these would sell, though I will admit that I thought Jimi Hendrix was Phil Lynott at first. There are more at Guitar Player.
In case you need to go surfing (or do something else that requires a wetsuit) and attend an important meeting on the same day, this suit by Quiksilver retails in Japan for $2,500. There’s also a tux version if it’s a black tie event instead of a meeting. Or a black tie meeting. I don’t know if those exist, but they probably do.
The jacket, pants, and tie are made of 2mm rubbery Neoprene, and the shirt is made from something called “Dryflight,” which I probably don’t need to know anymore about since I don’t surf.
The guy in the video is cute. Just sayin’
Holy cats, this guy really liked the Movie Big Trouble In Little China, I guess. I know it’s supposed to be like this huge classic that everyone loves and everything but to be honest I didn’t even make it through the damn thing, which I recently tried to watch. No so this guy, obvs.
The ink is by Paul Acker at Deep Six Tattoos, should you want one yourself, and it is apparently not finished yet.
Here’s a bundt cake. It’s not just any bundt cake, it’s the bundt cake where Bigfoot is hiding. I just realized I don’t actually know what a bundt cake is, but I assume it’s some kind of cake.
I would eat this.
You can get the recipe at Nerdist and make it for me.
What the what???
I can’t spin on my head or solve the Rubik’s Cube. I was that kid who learned to do one side, and did that over and over again until I got bored and took off all the stickers then put them back on to make it look solved.
This kid will go on to do great things with his life.
I will go on to have a drink.
I actually know the answer to this. He’s going down. Because, as my smarter than me co-worker pointed out, the overhang would not be on the top of the stairs. Mystery solved. But it was a total mindfudge for a second there.
I know of some people who will plotz at the sight of this.
You can help make it a reality by supporting it LEGO Ideas, where user Lostsleep writes:
“This is a recreation of the Golden Girls House used in filming the popular 1980’s show that is still watched daily around the world. It is the Foyer, Living Room, and Kitchen built like a TV set, with one wall removed and a full view into the space. It comes with 5 minifigures including Dorothy, Rose, Sophia, Blanche, and Stanley. It has been meticulously recreated to have opening cupboards and fridge in the kitchen, Wicker Sofa and Chairs, a hallway backdrop, a storage closet in the kitchen, and an outdoor area with potted plants and a hose.
“I have recreated many classic scenes from the show, including a visit from Burt Reynolds, Rose shooting Blanche’s Vase, Dorothy Playing “Grab That Dough” and Rose rescuing her Teddy Bear from a mean little girl.”