Teddy Lamp

February 26, 2008 at 12:29 pm ($Expensive!, Bedroom, Lighting, Toys)

He’s cute, cuddly and will end up setting your bed ablaze if you try to sleep with him. Another fine idea from SUCK UK.

Guess where the on/off switch is?

Teddy Lamp

$ Price Uknown / SUCK UK


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In the Cathouse

February 26, 2008 at 11:41 am (Furnishings, Pets, Under $50)

Nothing says ridiculous like a stupid cat toy. That’s why i’m happy someone has designed stylish recreation for once. SUCK UK, the best design team on the planet, created not only a tank but a fire truck that your cat can play in. Is he a soldier? Is he a fireman? Is he both? Does he really care what you just got for him?

Cat House

$ Price Unknown / SUCK UK

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Bio Mechanical Skull

February 18, 2008 at 3:56 pm ($Expensive!, Bedroom, Decorations, Living Room)

I’ve been obsessed with bio mechanical robots ever since H.R. Giger and the Richard Stanley movie, Hardware. (Notice the similarity on the movie poster)

Coldly evocative yet almost sensual in its bronze metallic stare. Beautiful beautiful. Hand made by artist Christopher Conte. See his site for more otherworldly biomechanics.




$ Price Unknown /  Christopher Conte

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February 18, 2008 at 3:24 pm (Uncategorized)

If you are tired of looking at your fat neighbor walking around naked in his trailer all night, pull the shades down and pretend you just took a warm Calgon bath. While being sponged down by the fat neighbor.

Each blind is hand cut, but there’s nothing that says you can’t cut out similar patterns on a $15 blind.

Lazy ass.


$ No Price Yet / UberReview

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February 18, 2008 at 12:32 pm (Already Purchased, Toys, Under $50)

From BoingBoing.com comes the best game ever, Gloom. Read on for the description:

“The object of the game, in fact, is to make your characters as miserable as you possibly can. Each player has a family, a group of characters that they then play event cards on…

The really interesting thing about Gloom is the story-telling aspect of game play. Though not required, when you play an event card such as “Terrified by Topiary,” you may explain how this event occurs. Each character develops as more and more event cards are placed on it, so the character’s life story becomes increasingly unfortunate and, well, abnormal.”

Reminds me of Edward Gory, though i don’t know why.


$18.00 / Amazon.com

Already Purchased by Me!

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