These jugs may look like a smart piece of modern design—because they are—but they're also modelled on the most important muscle of all: the beating heart in your chest.
Jugs! There, I got your attention. But, similar to the spate of twee tea infusers of late, a gimmicky milk jug is a great thing. This one, which features udders, will never let you forget what you're actually pouring voer your cereal: 2% cow juice.
The Boob Ninja is a tricky character who sneaks around and grabs girly body parts while dodging kitchen utensils—and you should aspire to master his art. Or at least that's the message this iPhone game is sending.
In the past we might have worried about sophisticated card skimmers, sneaky bank fees, or armed robbers when we stopped at an ATM, but based on recent events we may now have to fear attractive bare-breasted female thieves too.
Remember the Wobble iPhone app? It let you add some—ahem—rather realistic jiggle to your photos. Unfortunately it's been removed from the App Store for "overtly sexual content" despite only using imported photos and not actually providing sexual content.
The gals at Jezebel have stumbled onto the party trick of the decade: How to detect breast implants using only a flashlight. While it may not exactly be an entirely scientific method, it most definitely looks fun.
Based on my non-existent Chinese skills, I managed to understand that this inflatable bra makes boobs big, BIG, BIG. And I guess it comes with odd sound effects included? Can someone watch please this commercial and translate for me?
I've worked in enough offices to recall the temptation of copy machines. "Come here, you bad girl! Use me!" they'd shout, but I'd remain firm in my sensibilities, unlike these office hussies. But let's at least learn something from them.
Meet Fresh, the amazing Shrinking Milk Jug, who will keep your milk fresh for up to a week longer by eliminating the air void which makes it go bad in the first place.
If you came here looking for rocking chairs for your gigantic boobs, sorry to disappoint. This gadget "takes the worry out of pouring liquids from gallon jugs, half-gallon jugs and 2-liter bottles."
It's a good thing the Jingle Jugs wasn't out when David Brent was still working for Wernham Hogg, otherwise the women in that workplace would really have had something to complain about. There's not much to this gadget once you boil it down to its essentials: a pair of singing, vibrating tits for $49. Which is enough…