Cinnamon toast crunch selfie spoon

Scenario: Still groggy from a night of partying with the cinnamon toast crunch executives, you feel a sharp throbbing pain right behind your eyes. A massive migraine was coming on, you’d better prepare. Popping a couple aspirin, you take a shower and dress. Feeling a bit peckish you decide to grab a bowl of cereal. All you have is cinnamon toast crunch, as the executives of the company make all the employees eat it for breakfast. You consider eating something else until you remember what happened last time. Swanson had stuck you in customer service, fielding complaints from dissatisfied customers.

Sighing you you slowly start preparing your meal. As you taste the explosion of sugary disgusting, your eyes tear up. Determined to make it through, you persevere. Making it halfway through the bowl, you remember you need proof or your ordeal was for naught. Turning your spoon around, you take out your phone and set the timer for your camera. Placing your phone snugly at the end of your selfie stick spoon, you take another bite just as the camera snaps. You don’t look particularly happy, but it will have to do. Not the best picture you’ve taken but it’ll keep Swanson happy.( I figured a silly invention deserves an equally silly scenario.)


Yes cinnamon toast crunch has released a selfie stick so you can take pictures with your cereal. It comes with a remote has well. Um, I don’t know why though. No one exactly needed this. It is currently sold out. So plenty of people have bought this. But it’s still good to have the website on hand just in case they’re stocked again. Here ya go:


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Biopod: The Worlds First Microhabitat

Do you have an iguana or gerbil? Hamster or Rabbit? Teacher or professor? Scientist or Zookeeper? Or maybe you want to grow year round herbs and plants?

Why am I asking? Because this invention can help with raising and caring for your pet. It also helps provide a more natural environment and you can even use it to teach, grow year round herbs,spices and plants. Meet Biopod. The world’s first microhabitat.

Biopod is an app controlled microhabitat. It can monitor ventilation, rainfall,temperature,humidity, and light. For your high maintenance pets this is a godsend. For both them and you. It gives your pet a home with a far more natural feel, making them feel right at home.

If you want to grow year round vegetables or flowers that’s no problem. Biopod will monitor the soil and give you the perfect time to harvest, maximizing the production and minimizing the amount of time you spend tending them.

Aside from the fact that you can decorate your home in a whole new way, Biopod provides a new way to teach as well. You can monitor gas levels,moisture, and soil conditions in real time. After that you can share your data to any classroom around the world. Wifi is really only needed to program the device. If say,for example, your WiFi stopped working, the Biopod will keep going. Providing the scheduled moisture, soil,and humidity settings.

Their mission is to bring both pet lovers and plant lovers together. They also want to show the ways you can help the environment. While recycling and buying locally is good, it doesn’t really show your contribution. With this, every time you look at it you’ll have a friendly reminder that you’re helping the world become a better place.


I personally cannot wait for this to hit the market. My hamster will be so happy. Right now they are in their kickstarter stage. Go fund them here

Japans chair-umbrella




Imagine this: It’s pouring outside. Holding your umbrella tightly in your hand, you hurry to the bus stop. Frustrated, you find that there is no place to sit or stand in the crowded little shelter the stop offers. Frantically you look for shelter from the cold rain. Spotting a secluded store opening you head over. As there is no place to sit, you stand the tip of your umbrella on the ground and unfold the bottom into a chair. After about 10 minutes you see the bus approaching slowly from the haze of the heavy rain. You hurriedly try and stand, but forgetting you’re sitting on the point of an umbrella, you make a spectacular fall. Much to the amusement of passerby and bystanders. It’s been three years and you can still hear their vicious laughter when you go to sleep at night.

This scenario is what I thought of when Japan recently unveiled its latest umbrella tech. As both the title and the little scenario I wrote above suggest, this is both an umbrella and a chair. While similar products do exist, Japan’s is by far the silliest. Many of the people who have tried it said it was a bit heavier than a regular umbrella, a little awkward, and slightly embarrassing. I personally cannot see any use of it. I would say it would be good support for the elderly, but it looks as if you have more of a chance of falling sitting on it. In case you are wondering what is going on with some of the stuff coming out of Japan, they are addressing the issue of their aging population. By 2030 2 out of every 5 people will be a senior citizen. You can get one here for $74 dollars. Plus shipping and handling of course.