It's kind of funny how our favorite tiny hamster looks exactly like Kobayashi, the famous competitive eater, while mowing down hot dogs. They're using the same method! The hamster looks much cuter though. Much cuter.
After enjoying a tiny burrito two months ago, tiny hamster just went to a birthday party for his prickly friend tiny porcupine. Like most human birthday parties, the miniature animals were served birthday cakes. It seemed like tiny hamster enjoyed his cake more than tiny porcupine though.
After the viral success of tiny hamster eats tiny burritos—you're welcome!—prepare for the onslaught of tiny hamsters eating tiny everything. Today: Tiny hamster eating a tiny pizza. Next: tiny hamster eating tiny burger, tiny hamster eating tiny eggs Benedict, tiny hamster eating tiny paella, et cetera.
OK, stop doing whatever the heck you're doing, because this is it. Today there's a new before and after in the internet. Actually, it's basically this video and then the rest of the internet. Like, that's the division in my head—tiny hamsters eating tiny burritos, then some internet crap I really don't care about.
These decals serve as little reminders to switch off, and consider just how much energy you're consuming. I'm sure we could all do with some of these for our wall outlets.
An old iMac seems to make a suitable habitat for a hamster. Who knew? And the good news is that you can buy it now on eBay.
Continuing with its series of animal robots designed to entertain kids, tenderize adults, and more importantly, don't poop, Sega is going to start selling their Hamster robot in Japan this August. The 3.5-inch robot is fluffy, does cute cute cute things, and you only need to feed it four batteries. Hamsters…
I've never decided if the hamster wheel is a cruel or kind invention. On one hand, it keeps the otherwise inert hamster in shape. On the other, that hamster getting nowhere quickly. This LEGO elevator leaves me, again, floating in moral ambiguity. One one hand, it's LEGO and a convenient elevator. On the…
Hal is no ordinary hamster. While other hamsters find themselves confined to the dancing gifs of 1990s novelty websites, Hal has grown into an autonomous force of the entertainment world. Dancing to Styx' Mr. Roboto on command, Hal is recommended as a loyal companion in all environments not including pod bay doors.
Tom Ballhatchet, of Hamster Paper Shredder fame, has gone on to develop a better model. The cage's top and bottom are now matching in lipstick red, and there are slots for depositing food and water next to the paper slot. Gearing is internal, which makes us wonder about Hammy's safety, but if you look carefully and…
See, this is the circle of life. This concept design of a hamster cage almost leaves me speechless. The paper shredder on top of the cage is powered by the hamster and it created the paper that can serve as the hamster bedding. Absolutely amazing is all I have to say about this concept design. Thanks for the work Tom…
iRobot is trying to expand their market beyond just mopping and vacuuming, with the iRobot Create. It's basically just the body of the Scooba without the brushes or cleaning fluid tank. Instead they tacked on some ports so people can mod the system to attach things like reticulating arms.
Feel like a hamster stuck in the revolving wheel of a career going nowhere? Take your mind off that with the USB hamster wheel, which plugs into your computer and actually reacts to your typing.