Australian underwear company AussieBum has been monkeying around and the result is a range of men’s underwear made with bananas. AussieBum’s Lloyd Jones said on Friday that the new eco-friendly banana range of undines incorporated 27 percent banana fiber, 64 percent cotton and nine percent lyre. Continue reading →
Friends are the one thing you can rely on when you need a shoulder to cry on or someone to just listen to you rant. People have , so why can’t animals.
Dogs have always been known as man’s best friend, so why can’t animals have best friends of their own?
1. Tigress and Piglets
In Bangkok, there is a tiger named Saimai. She nurses piglets that are dressed in tiger striped coats. These piglets have a mother, but the zoo puts them with the tigers. The tiger cubs get to have a sow as a mother. The tiger treats the piglets like they are hers. She has no problem raising these rambunctious little animals.
An innovative restaurant in Beijing doesn’t offer romantic candlelight dinners but do provide humor and excitement along with relaxation through its special kinds of Toilet seats theme. All the 50 seats in the crowded restaurant are made from toilet bowls. Dishes are served in mini toilet bowls and drinks in plastic urinals. Clients wash their hands and mouths using toilet rolls hung above their tables and dessert is chocolate ice cream in the shape of a turd. A small glass cabinet on the wall displays a wide range of feces-related toys that customers can buy as a souvenir to remind themselves of a special dining experience.
MSNBC is running a report on the impending likelihood of legalized marital relations with robots. They have word from a leading researcher at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands, Dr. Levy, who seems to think peeps will be getting freaky with their robots by 2012, with marriage following by 2050. One thing is for sure; Gizmodo shall be supporting the revolution all the way! Dr. Levy said:
"Once you have a story like ‘I had sex with a robot, and it was great!’ appear someplace like Cosmo magazine, I’d expect many people to jump on the bandwagon."
We are thinking you could probably drop the phrase "with a robot," as well as the blurb after the exclamation mark, and still have us convinced. Dr. Levy goes on to suggest that Massachusetts will be the first state to contain a robot-human sexing population