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Tag Archives: cute

Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos Is Your Feel-Good Video Of The Day

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Y’all have to watch this. If it doesn’t put a smile on your face, you’re smiling-dysfunctional. If you need a description before watching a video, the headline should have taken care of that. If you need details in your description, the most we can add here is that the vid was made by “HelloDenizen”, who’ve made just one more vid called BubbleP0rn. We’re not sure what that one’s about (ain’t nobody got time to be watching all the videos) but it does have 2.7M views so it’s probably pretty good.

VIA [ Geekologie ]

OfficeChums Put A Cute Spin On USB Hubs

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There really isn’t a whole bunch to say about this product. It’s a USB hub with three MicroSD card readers. The hubs are shaped like a pig, a cat, or a dog. The MicroSD card readers are suckling from the hub. It’s… cute. Right? Anyway, the flash cards themselves clearly have to be purchased separately, but they’re cheap so you won’t break the bank in the process. It’s £19.99, or $31 and the PigChum is currently available, while the others are up for pre-order.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ HolyCool ]

Fortune Cookie Baby Boots

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Depending on who you ask, babies can be a blessing just as much as, well, not one. (We’re not going to go as far as to call them a curse because legal is going to have our heads on a plate if we do) So it stands to reason that at least some people will find the above baby boots adorable. They’re shaped sort of like a fortune cookie, with a long tag sticking out. Clearly, the tag is the fortune and you can choose to either write your own, or let the good folks at Sushi Booties pick them for you. The boots are made from soft plush fleece, with no-slip grip soles, and will set you back $28 for a pair. A nice touch is the Chinese takeout shaped box they come in.

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Finger Sloth Ring Sure Seems To Make Some Kind Of Statement

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We suppose people like to wear jewelry for a variety of reasons, but very often it’s to denote a semblance of affluence. Sure, it doesn’t have to be about that… a lot of people like quirky adornments. Case in point: the Sloth Ring, pictured above. Made by hand in polymer clay, the lovely sloths attach themselves to your fingers and do what sloths do: just stay there. Letting yourself be seen wearing one could mean anything from “you’re a sloth lover”, to “this is how lazy I am, and I’m proud of it.” Whatever your inclination for wanting one, it’ll set you back $20.

Hit the jump for one more pic, and links.

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These Are Fancy Corn On The Cob Holders

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Lana Filippone designed the above T-Rex corn of the cob holders. She actually designed a bunch of them as part of a design competition for Imm-Living, which she won. That means that not only are they really cool to look at, they’re going to be made available for you to purchase soon. We’re not sure when, or for how much. But you can hit the jump for more pictures and links.

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Would You Care For Some Mana… Tea?

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Quirky tea infusers are popular round these parts. Remember the Mr.Tea infuser from last October? Or the Deathstar infuser from last August? Or even the Robot Tea Infuser from last November? We think the ManaTea takes the cake. Just look at him, just chilling on that tea cup, soaking his silicone bottom for your drinking enjoyment. And he’s all of $10, a steal!

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Foster Your Child’s Talents, They Say

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This is the “Goo Period Vicent Van Bib.” It’s a bib for your baby, with a fancy painting frame drawn in the middle. The idea is that your little toddler is going to be a toddler, and he’ll spit, drool and wipe his hands all over it, and instead of it becoming the dirty laundry it should become, you’re going to call it art. Or something. How cute. We’d ‘awwww’ all over the place is babies were the kinds of things we’re into. But we’re not. Well… I shouldn’t speak for Hazel. I’m not. But we do both think that some of you out there will love this, and would probably like to know that it’ll cost you a whole $7 to own your own.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ IncredibleThings ]

Hedgehog Toothpick Holder Will Tell Your Guests What Kind Of Host You Are

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Just don’t ask us what that means exactly. Being the kind of host that serves hors-d’oeuvres in a bowl on which is perched the above toothpick holder would tell us all kinds of things, but since we’re I’m socially inept, I’m not sure what those things are. It could say you’ve got a quirky sense of humor, along with making a statement about how you like to pay attention to detail. Or it could mean that you’re just really into hedgehogs. Or that you like cute things. Because hey, that thing is nothing if not cute.

The price is kind of cute too, though. For what’s basically a little novelty item, you’re going to have to pay $25. It’s being sold at the MoMA store, so someone associated with that institution deemed the little fella cool enough to make the cut. Maybe that explains the premium.

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So It’s Come To This: A Roomba For Cleaning Your Smart Devices’ Screens

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Did you ever think you’d see the day we got lazy enough, as a species, to invent a tiny robot whose only task it is to clean the surfaces of our smartphones and tablets? Because, what, wiping is too hard now? Don’t get us wrong, we think the AutoMee S is pretty awesome, but only in a “look at that cute thing moving about on my iPad” sort of way. And we suspect that it’s been created precisely because of its cuteness, especially considering it’s being launched in the Japanese market by Takara Tomy. And we all know Japan likes its kawaii. The AutoMee S measures “67 × 73 × 38mm, weighs 82 grams and is powered by a single AA battery which is good for three hours of cleaning.” It takes 4 minutes to clean an average smartphone and twice as long for a tablet. Like a Roomba, it has edge sensors to prevent it falling off the device, and is programmed to move in random patterns, eventually covering every bit of the surface in its allotted time.

It’s going to hit the market on March 28, in Japan, for 1575 Yen ($ 17) a piece.

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