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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Bald Baby Penguin Is Sad

Bald Baby Penguin Is Sad:

from BuzzFeed - Latest

This baby emperor penguin was rejected by his parents because of his baldness! You can read about him here . (Spoiler: he's back with his family!)

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

My Little Pop Icons by Mari Kasurinen

My Little Pop Icons by Mari Kasurinen:

from Design Milk

My Little Pop Icons by Mari Kasurinen
My Little Princess Leia

I come from the generation of My Little Pony so when I saw these sculptures by Mari Kasurinen, I knew that those of you who were also 80s children would understand.

My Little Pop Icons by Mari Kasurinen
My Little Storm Trooper

My Little Pop Icons by Mari Kasurinen
My Little Lady Gaga (#2)

My Little Pop Icons by Mari Kasurinen
My Little Edward Scissorhands

My Little Pop Icons by Mari Kasurinen
My Little Batman

My Little Pop Icons by Mari Kasurinen
My Little Spock

My Little Pop Icons by Mari Kasurinen
My Little Ironman

See the entire collection here.


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OHAI

OHAI:

from This is Photobomb

photobomb that guy - OHAI


Ikea Debuts Mänland, a Daycare for Men While Women Shop

from AdFreak
Ikea Debuts Mänland, a Daycare for Men While Women Shop:


Men hate to shop. It's a truism that Bud Light ads have hammered into us for decades. Ikea has absorbed it, too, and come up with a novel solution in its Australian stores. It's launched a special in-store area called Mänland, a kind of daycare where husbands and boyfriends can hang out with their own kind (i.e., other Cro-Magnon morons) while their wives and girlfriends shop. Judging by the video below, this makes everyone happy—particularly the guys, who don't seem to mind the suggestion that they're essentially imbecilic toddlers who need to be dropped off and picked up like they're still in preschool. The area is even modeled off the actual Ikea toddler-care area—and women are given a buzzer to remind them to collect their significant other after 30 minutes of shopping. (Instead of arts and crafts, the guys play foosball and Xbox games, watch sports, and eat free hot dogs.) It's a nice little PR gambit, and it got lots of play in the Australian media—and would surely be a hit in the U.S. too. Because really, the men aren't needed until the assembly phase anyway. Via Work That Matters.





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