If you've ever tried to create a set of holes through more than two pieces of paper using a hole punch, you realize how terribly designed those contraptions really are. But instead of re-engineering one from the ground up to work better, the folks at Toysmith found another way to make a hole punch more user-friendly…
What is it about witnessing expensive electronics be destroyed that's so inherently fascinating? We may never know! What we do know, is that this iPad destruction video is a bit more elegant than the rest—though no less fun.
If you're not overly picky about the material you strum your guitar with, you now have the option of turning pretty much anything into a guitar pick. The Pick Punch is a hole punch, sure. A whole punch that wails.
Why was it, back in the late 1990s when I was hole-punching things on a regular basis, that the single-hole punch I used looked like some medieval torture device? Why couldn't it have been pretty and ergonomic and see-through?
I think I can speak for everyone here when I say there's nothing worse than not drinking a bottle of brewskie through a crazy straw.