Dude, who doesn’t love the episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia when the guys help Charlie make an online dating profile? By far one of my favorite episodes and my hands-down favorite officially licensed design, the Charlie Dating Profile t-shirt. I’ve seen tons of similar designs floating around online, but this one is next level. You can score this design via TV Store Online or check out this list of Always Sunny shirts.
I would never consider spending $3 dollars on a fitness and training app, unless it was from Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings. And today (9/19/13), ESPN reported that Adrian Peterson’s Driven App was officially released. The app will focus on “strength and “speed” and begin with 12 different workouts over the course of a month – the AP way of course. Here’s the link to iTunes.
The Marshmallow Mazooka has taken toy gun fights to the next level. With the ability to fire marshmallows up to 40 feet using a battery-powered air supply, this looks like too much fun. 40 feet might be a stretch, but this will probably work just fine for in-home combat. You can probably think of a ton of reasons to get this marshmallow Bazooka, just make sure to read the reviews first! Where was this when I was young?
Think really fast.
How many times have you dropped your keys, cell phone or McDonald’s fries down the cracks of your brand new car? Think about this.
What if someone made a product that stopped objects from falling out of your pocket and into the great abyss? A simple product that simply creates a snug barrier between your seat and center console. Here’s the good news.
Drop Stop, recently featured on ABC’s Shark Tank has solved this annoying problem.
For $19.99 you get (2) Drop Stops which will fit pretty much any model car.
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When is the last time you wanted someone to draw a cat for you? It’s a thought that probably hasn’t crossed your mind, until now. If you saw ABC’s Shark Tank tonight, you probably remember Steve Gadlin. The guy that will literally draw a cat for you for $9.95. The concept is simple. You give a description and Steve will draw you a cat. That’s it. Sound like an odd business idea? Then ask Mark Cuban, the billionaire Owner of the Dallas Mavericks why he just invested in Steve Gadlin’s cat drawing business. Go to iwanttodrawacatforyou.com and congratulate him on closing the deal.