Where’s the most relaxing place to take a load off? A comfy bed? A giant plush couch? A hammock swinging in the breeze? None of the above. If you’re really looking to wind down, what could be more relaxing than plopping down in Buddha’s lap?
This is no ordinary Buddha statue. As the CT scan at the right clearly shows, there's a mummy concealed inside!
You know the saying: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably wasn't actually discovered by Nazis. Last month, headline-writers the world over lost their collective shit when researchers announced they had identified a "priceless," 1000-year-old, swastika-emblazoned, Nazi-ethnologist-discovered statue of buddha —…
I'm certainly not a religious man, but nevertheless I have a sneaking suspicion "speakers" are not included in the Buddhist Wheel of Reincarnation.
The Odin 99 phone, available only in China, includes such run-of-the-mill features as an mp3 player and both front- and rear-facing cameras. But it's also a gold-painted, portable, virtual Buddhist altar that's triggered with the press of a lotus-emblazoned button.
Oh Japan! Why must you take something so pleasurable—massaging breasts—and devise a mechanical substitute for doing it yourself? And not only that, paint it gold, call it "Lucky Palm", and plaster a Buddha on the side? That's right, it's a Lucky Palm Breast Massager, straight from Japan, powered by AA batteries. As…
Nothing can aid your quest for the cessation of human suffering like the $35 Buddha Machine. So what does it do? It loops preloaded music tracks via one-button interface. Want more? You got it! Just check out this neat feature from manufacturer FM3's site: