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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

THINGS YOU THOUGHT YOU'D NEVER SEE (OR EVER WANTED TO)



There are lots of strange things out there & I'm not talking about myself.  This is only one of them.  Click here.


This has to be the strangest, funniest and most unique brass band you will ever see. Prepare to be amazed that they not only can perform this act, but the fact they even thought of it.  Click here. 

And for a version of "Flight of the Bumblebee you'd never thought you'd hear, click here.  



BuzzFeed found a whole bunch of others:
You've got the whole world in your hands with this doorknob that depicts all the 
continents in great detail. 

I don't have much info on him (other than he's a piece of forged art), but I’m not sure we'd want a door handle of a tiny man who looks like he's determined to break in!!

Yes, that is what you think it is. French designer Florence Doleac has solved the problem of guests asking where the bathroom is by creating a bronze-colored unmistakable Etron door handle. ("√Čtron" is French for feces specimen, by the way.) 

Add some firepower to your door knobs with these hand gun styled door openers. They aren't just for looks either—pulling the trigger achieves the same effect as turning the handle on a conventional style door knob.

Want more than just doorknobs?:
The first Billion dollar home: Mukesh Ambani, the fifth richest man in the world and head of the Mumbai based petrochemical giant Reliance Industries is estimated to be worth somewhere in the region of $43 billion. He is also the owner to-be of a 27-story skyscraper in downtown Mumbai that is to cost him colossal $2 billion! His wife Nita Ambani was staying in the Mandarin Oriental in New York and was so impressed with the interior Asian style decor that she wanted something similar for her to live in. What resulted from that is the world's largest and most expensive home ever. Every story in the skyscraper home will be built to a different specification.

A 3D light show.  We got one of these in the 80's as a gift.
It's called Stringin' It.  
It still works.  No batteries; it plugs in.
It costs around $20.00 when we got it.
They're selling for over $100.00 now if you can find one.

A holder so you won't spill your wine.

A new way to dust your floors.

A jacket that lights up

& a toilet that does the same.

 
Enough chocolate for you.

A legal home electric still.

And finally, undershorts that look like they're made out of trash bags.



















I am an adult, but not like a real adult----fishducky