You’ve got to read this full story for yourself because it left me in shock and awe. Your eyes are not deceiving you – this photo is a 2-year old Indonesian toddler with a 40-a-day cigarette addiction. An addiction so severe, that the child struggles to move himself. The statement from the parents – they feel unable to stop him because he throws massive tantrums if they don’t indulge him.
via Swag Like Me
If this product isn’t a total shoe-in for things that make you go hmmm… I don’t know what is. Because again, I cannot make this shit up. And speaking of shit, allow me to introduce you to The Better Marriage Blanket. Which can be more commonly and accurately described as the fart absorbing blanket. This blanket claims to:
- Completely and quickly absorb the odor of flatulence
- Be a real solution to a very real problem
- Contain the same type of fabric used by the military to protect against chemical weapons
- Work even on top of bed sheets
- Make a great wedding or anniversary gift (this one gets a double hmmm…)
And if that mass gas producer in your life also has an eye for design, it even comes in two colors – white and beige!
Seriously, no joke. I could not make this stuff up.
Look closely people – this is for YOUR FACE! The Dermaroller is supposed to be a skin-perfecting device successful on a multitude of afflictions, which works via these tiny needling devices. Needles. For your face. The product is currently only available in Europe, but one UK beauty blogger’s got the behind the scenes info:
… the efficacy of the treatment lies not just in simply rolling needles over the face, but achieving the optimal needle penetration with pinpoint bleeding and swelling, which often requires a physician’s care … patience—as well as a high tolerance for pain—are necessary if you want to reap the benefits; three to five sessions over the course of four to five months are recommended for optimal results. And it’s not a particularly, um, pleasurable experience. Despite the fact that a topical anesthetic agent was used to freeze my face, the pain in some parts was well north of a ten. I was red and puffy for the first day, but by day two people started telling me how rested and “well” I looked. My skin tone was noticeably clearer, too, and the circles around my eyes had diminished.
WTF? Thanks but no thanks. I prefer my face needle free.