It’s a toss-up for me which is cooler, the Rubick’s salt and pepper mills or the R2-D2 pepper mill from Thinkgeek.
I can’t decide if this is awesome and mean, or just awesome. But as they say, funny and mean – still funny.
These Lego versions of characters from Hayao Miyazaki’s classic My Neighbor Totoro are part of Iain Heath’s (aka Ochre Jelly) entry to BrikCon 2010 which takes place from September 30th – October 3rd of this year in Seattle, WA.
In season 3, episode 4 of The IT Crowd (a nerdy britcom that chronicles the story of two basement-dwelling IT geeks), our lovable geeks “help” their boss by letting her borrow The Internet for her Employee of the Month speech.
If we started talking about an 8 foot long scorpion, a shark with a circular saw blade built into it’s freaking head, and a horned gopher, you’d be sure we were discussing the next “instant classic” from the SyFy network. But we’re not – these bitches were real.