Freaky Food Fun: Spaghetti-Laced Hot Dogs.

by Chris Gardner

Freaky Food Fun: Spaghetti-Laced Hot Dogs.

Yeah, so, the details are in Russian, but it's one of those projects where the photo conveys the step-by-stepness: gather some hot dogs (or my fave alternatives, the Tofurky Chipotle Franks by Turtle Island or SoyBoy NotDogs), insert some uncooked pasta, and then boil until al dente.

Of course, it's not something you'd probably actually eat, unless with a mind blowing sauce (but even then...really?), but tasty consumption's not really the...

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How To Open a Locked Door With A Credit Card.

by Chris Gardner

 

Of course, you'd only use this knowledge for good...like when you're smart enough to remember how to open a door with a credit card, but not smart enough to have remembered your keys in the first place. And be warned, it takes alot of work, and will ruin your card, so use an old gift card or store rewards program, which can always be replaced.

How To Open a Locked Door With A Credit Card.

1. Slip the card into the vertical space between the door as deeply as you can, as perpendicularly...

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Make Your Own Temporary Tattoos.

by Chris Gardner

Make Your Own Temporary Tattoos.

Here's a secret: Tattoos are permanent, and they hurt! The idea of the temporary tattoo - for costumes, children, or just to pretend your alot more hardcore than you are- is mighty fine, but stock designs are generally tacky and unbelievable. Makezine highlights temp-tat inkjet paper, which is "come in twos: one printable A4 sheet and one adhesive film. The process is quick and easy as well as painless (even if you have sensitive skin,...

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Sneeze into the Nose Pouch.

by Chris Gardner

"The Nosepouch is the newest functional innovation in a handkerchief since the Dark Ages." 

Sneeze into the Nose Pouch.

So, it's a handkerchief with a pouch in it. Be sure to sneeze into the pouch, or then it's just a regular handkercheif. And when the pouch becomes soiled or full? Put your nose back in it before the next blow? 

At least it's only $2.00. 

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