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Beautiful Dog Crate at Door Sixteen

Is there any earthly way – preferably on the up & up – to get a copy of Raiders of the Losk Ark: The Adaptation? at Ask Metafilter

coffee curls at Mighty Goods

Help me make a costume of Peter Pan’s shadow for a theme party, at Ask Metafilter

inkjet paper tatoo at Swiss Miss

photos of Miette confiserie at Bluelines, so sweet

Want to see Jekyll, at Bookshelves of Doom

How to treat/prevent ingrown hairs at Ask Metafilter

Can you please suggest simple pranks, stunts, and tricks that fall under the category of “physical challenges”? For example: Offer 2 kids a piece of newspaper, and challenge them to find a way for both to stand on the paper at the same time, without ripping it, such that neither kid is able to touch the other. For kids birthday parties, at Ask Metafilter

Hey, remember crazy mannequin shows from the 80’s? at Ask Metafilter. I TOTALLY watched this show as a kid. I didn’t know it was a Canadian import, but there had to be some reason I liked it better than other shows.

Chic Peeks Adhesive Cleavage Covers at Sundry Buzz. I needed one of these for that dress.

Are “fast zombies” really plausible? at Ask Metafilter

Seven new adventures—from the Grand Canyon Skywalk to Zorbing in Tennessee—are sure to deliver a rush, but you might not want to look down. at Budget Travel. Gosh, I remember the Zorb is one of those things I saw on teh internets way way back, like 2001 back. At that point you only find them in Australia.

Who to read besides Coupland, Stephenson, Gibson, and Sterling? at Ask Metafilter

Does anyone know if they make a Tupperware or Tupperware-like food storage container system that has one interchangeable lid size for all the different bins? at Ask Metafilter

I’m looking for dialog-heavy scenes (in books, movies, TV shows, etc) where a group of people solve a problem or make a plan in the course of one long conversation. at Ask Metafilter

Is Curves International (i.e. the company behind Curves gyms) really that bad? If it is, are there any other gyms that are similar to this chain in terms of target clientele and training plan? at Ask Metafilter

Fun facts about your favorite writers at Pop Candy. Woah, JD, I had no idea. Via The Park Bench.

· comments [8] · 05-13-2008 · categories:beauty · shopping ·

8 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Jen K // May 13, 2008 at 7:25 am

    I love that you have the zombie question in the same list as the Tupperware question.

    Neat. :D

  • 2 you'll probably delete me barrie // May 13, 2008 at 8:36 am

    if i saw someone with one of those coffee curls walking around seattle, i’d slap them for paying $70 for a damn sleeve.

  • 3 Jen // May 13, 2008 at 10:52 am

    the domed dog crate is really cool, but I think my dog crate, even though it is box shaped, that folds down flat to its footprint is cool for that, even if it’s not as neat looking.

  • 4 Amy // May 13, 2008 at 2:27 pm

    Oh, see Jekyll.
    I became obsessed with it earlier in the year. I got it on a whim because I liked James Nesbit in “Millions”. It’s totally escapist, creepy, mildly literary, cool Brit fun. Yes.

  • 5 kathy // May 13, 2008 at 4:57 pm

    A $68 coffee cuff?!?

  • 6 kathy // May 13, 2008 at 4:59 pm

    oh yeah; and another thing — the cuff is for a disposable cup. Why not just use a REUSABLE!!! commuter mug with a handle?

  • 7 okwes // May 13, 2008 at 7:12 pm

    if i read it right… the coffee cuff is also a bracelet right?

    So… provided that you don’t forget that you put it on your cup and throw it out, you have a neat concept… but i’d never spend $70 on it.

  • 8 megan // May 14, 2008 at 5:00 am

    Okwes – Yes, it’s a bracelet as well. I think the price is crazy, but I kinda liked the idea.

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