Stroke On A Rope

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

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Not much can be said about this delightfully disgusting jerk off toy. I guess if you liked yesterday’s story about the big titty burglar though this could help.



Big Boobs Save The Day

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009

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Japanese model Serena Kozakura was accused of burglary, until she was able to prove she couldn’t have entered the area with her huge ta tas. “I used to hate my body so much because I thought my bust was too big,” she said, “But it was definitely my breasts that won for me today.”



Cool Mini Artworks

Monday, September 28th, 2009

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Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida work together to create some of the most imaginative food artworks you have ever seen. Each piece revolves around miniature people interacting with life size foods. The result is quite incredible. View more of the tasty works of art here.



Even More Great Graffiti

Thursday, September 24th, 2009

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Spain is known for having great graffiti artists and this photo collection of Tenerife tagging is no exception.



Sexy Pregnant Lady Lingerie

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

It’s about time they make more efforts to make pregos feel sexy again. Personally, I think pregnant girls are adorable.



My Little Pony Creations

Sunday, September 20th, 2009

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I love toys being completely redone, especially My Little Ponies. This blog post has a great collection of them.



Depressed Storm Trooper

Saturday, September 19th, 2009

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Poor Guy. Thanks Miss Cellania.



Ten Great Graffitists

Friday, September 18th, 2009

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The girl above is known as Lady Pink, her artwork is featured as one of ten great graffiti artists on Web Urbanist. Check them all out and you won’t be disappointed.



Have You Seen This Owl

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

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I love this police sketch BoingBoing picked up on. Have you ever seen someone look remotely like this?



Incredibly Fantastic Marshmallows

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

3219090787_43fd6480ea_mI’ve never posted a food review on RTD, but today I had a marshmallow epiphany.It was wholly unexpected and entirely blissful. With any luck, this moment will be with me forever.

When a representative from Plush Puffs got in touch with me about trying their gourmet marshmallows, I must admit, I was skeptical. After all, how great can a marshmallow be, right? Still, being a fan of cheap things, I certainly enjoy freebies and gladly agreed to test out their products.

In one day, my opinion of marshmallows has changed forever. Prior to trying to Plush Puffs I thought of mallows as merely a tool for making certain desserts, like s’mores and rice squares. With Plush Puffs though, the marshmallow is all you need for dessert.

These light, fluffy bits of heaven are sweet and flavorful. The brand has six standard flavors, including Simply S’mores and Peppi-Mint, and claims they are willing to custom make flavors as well.

I tried the Caramel Swirl, Luscious Lemon Meringue and the Chocolate Chippetta and found each flavor to have its own magical kick. The caramel was bursting with light, sweet caramel, just hovering short of the delicate line of too sweet. The lemon had a delightful tang reminiscent of my mother’s lemon bars. The chocolate was dusted in cocoa powder and fitted with a sprinkling of chocolate chips making it a perfect after dinner snack.

Best of all, these tiny indulgences are incredibly healthy considering how delectable they are. Five mallows will land you only 70 calories and 0 grams of fat. For those of you looking to fight processed foods, they contain no corn syrup or artificial preservatives either.

If you ever get the chance to try these wonderful goodies, don’t pass it up. I assure you, they are worth the price.

For more info: Visit their website.