Month: November 2016

Cause Why Not: LEGO Minifig Hair Bike Helmet

Yeah you did! This is a LEGO minifig hair bicycle helmet created by a European creative agency DDB with the goal to get kids excited about bike safety. Screw kids! This gets me excited about bike safety and I don’t even own a bike. I might just buy one to walk around in, cause looking good is half the battle. Check out the video below to see how these bad boys were created.

Still Out of My League: Disney Princesses As Curvy Pinup Girls

This is a great collection of Disney Princesses (and Ursula) re-imagined as curvy pinup girls. They was created by Ashleigh Beevers and can be purchased on her Etsy shop, so we all got that going for us! Check out more of the pictures below and if you find yourself being turned on just know that it’s completely unnatural and you should seek help immediately. Enjoy!

Cause Why Not: Baby From Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ Album Cover Recreates Photo 25 Years Later

This is a photo of the baby from Nirvana’s cover of the album Nevermind all growed up. His name is Spencer Elden and in case no one recognizes him from his iconic album cover, he made sure he had “Nevermind” tattooed across his chest. That way he can talk about how he is the baby on the cover anytime he is topless, which I assume is most of the time. I mean, look at him. Am I little upset he didn’t go completely naked to really capture the true essence of the original cover? Sure, but I mean, pools are cold and I don’t think Spencer wanted to show that he became a man everywhere but in his nether region if you catch my drift…I’m talking about his penis and how cold water would make it look like a baby dick. Okay?

You know they are gonna watch you sleep: Dark Crystal Action Figures

Nightmares do come true! Have you ever watched The Dark Crystal and thought “man, I would love to have those terrifying creatures in my home with me”. Well guess what ya freak? Now you can! That’s right, when you got a hot commodity you gotta move on it. And move on it they did, making these toys 30+ years after the movies release. The toys  are being made by the good people at Funko and will run you about $6-$10 each. But can you really put a cost on haunting your dreams over the holidays? Check below for more pictures of the figures. Enjoy.