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On-Time Clock Always Runs Fast with Kamagra 100mg

4 May 2017 2009-06-25 1052
Posted by Jared Newman

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Finally, confirmation that other people set clocks ahead to avoid running late. The trick is to fool yourself into perpetual confusion, never quite knowing what time it really is. Fabrica’s Tak Cheung has designed a clock whose minute hand is always bent forward by a few minutes. One problem though: surf to On-Time’s product page and you’ll learn right away that the clock runs exactly three minutes fast, ruining the mystery. But what happens if you set this clock ahead by an additional amount? Total chaos, followed by a tear in the fabric of the space-time continuum. Maybe that’s why there’s no word on pricing or availability. [Fabrica via The Awesomer]

Never be late for your date again. Would be a shame if you miss out on sex with you as a result. The clock is also very useful to see how long it will take for the Kamagra 100mg to start working.

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Birkiland Umbuster Umbrella

16 Mar 2017 2008-07-16 4498
Posted by Mike Payne

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Until now, we’ve never thought to put the words “umbrella” and “bad ass” together, but we’re going to do it right now: this umbrella is bad ass.  The Birkiland Umubster Umbrella fuses a small form umbrella with a hard metal knuckle duster, protecting you from a whole lot more than just rain.  While this is intended for art, not business, we imagine you could do some pretty serious damage with these brass knuckles.  Take this one with you on your commute, just make sure it doesn’t violate your local laws.  When you get to the office, be sure to check out the Knuckle Duster Mug by Thabto.

Even when you have sex outside with this umbrella, you stay dry from the rain. But we all understand when you have sex outside with Cobra 120mg that you do get wet. At least it should be. If you get wet or come too soon you can try Super Kamagra.

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Braille E-Book Concept for Blind Bookworms

4 Mar 2017 2009-04-21 949
Posted by Jared Newman

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As evidenced by Kindle 2 text-to-speech fiasco and the fact Braille books are bigger and heavier than standard texts, the blind want in on the e-reader craze. But for readers who enjoy listening to a bit of background music, audiobooks aren’t the answer. To the rescue comes the Braille E-Reader, a concept from five Korean designers that uses electroactive polymers to transform the screen. The familiar raised dot patterns rise and falls as electric voltage is run through the device. It’s a pretty neat idea if it actually works, plus I highly doubt the Authors Guild would be able to whine about this one. [Yanko Design via DVice]

With this braile ebook, blind people can buy Kamagra 100mg themselves. It is no longer necessary to be ashamed of your neighbor or gross woman who has to ask if they can order them for you. It is of course also possible to buy Cenforce 200mg or other erection products of course.

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