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Kangaroo Cups: A True No-Spill Drinking Vessel

Kangaroo Cups aren’t usually the kind of thing you’d see on inStash. After all, they were invented by an 11-year-old female entrepreneur, and here we are a site about guys! However, a great invention is a great invention. Lily Born is the creator of these tri-handled drinking vessels, and she created them as a response to help her grandpa, who has Parkinson’s Disease. The Kangaroo Cup offers undeniable support, whether you have a disability or you’re just really clumsy around the house. They also look pretty snazzy, eliminate the need for a coaster, and stay steady on uneven ground. You Read More

13 Favorite Kills In Friday The 13th History

Friday the 13th films are not known and loved for their story lines. To make a good one, it’s pretty simple. Start with a kill to let us know Jason is out there. Introduce annoying teenagers and allow them to be obnoxious for the first half of the film. At halfway mark, turn Jason loose and have him start killing everyone in the nastiest ways possible. In the end, let someone get away, but leave it open for a sequel. All there is to it. What we do love these films for is their inventiveness when it comes to “killing” Read More

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Author William Gurstelle Shows You How To Defend Your Castle

Defending Your Castle: Build Catapults, Crossbows, Moats, Bulletproof Shields, and More Defensive Devices to Fend Off the Invading Hordes is now available in paperback from author William Gurstelle. It presents a tongue-in-cheek look at what to do when the world finally goes to hell in that proverbial hand basket. Each chapter introduces a new bad actor in the history of warfare, details his conquests, and features weapons and fortifications to defend against him and his minions. Clear step-by-step instructions, diagrams, and photographs show how to build a dozen projects, including “Da Vinci’s Catapult,” “Carpini’s Crossbow,” a “Crusader-Proof Moat,” “Alexander’s Tortoise,” Read More

Amazon Music Has Arrived

Amazon Prime members, remember that price increase the company announced a few months back that had some of you seething. (20 extra bucks for the same service? Atrocity! #FirstWorldProblems!) Well, it seems Bezos and family don’t intend to charge you more for same after all. They’ve now added Prime Music to the newly updated Amazon Music app. So now, in addition to the book-a-month freebie, the video and TV library, and the two-day shipping, you’ll have a streaming service that you can take with you on your iOS devices. Prime Music features over 1 million songs and hundreds of playlists, Read More

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Vessyl: The Smartest Drinking Mug You’ll Ever Own

Vessyl, like the headline says, is probably the smartest drinking mug that you’ll ever know. That’s because it knows exactly what you’re drinking, and it can keep up with metrics like sugar and fat intake, calories, caffeine, and your overall hydration level. In addition to these creepily cool characteristics, it’s also a swell-looking mug that you won’t be ashamed to carry with you in the office, on the subway, or at home. The only drawback to Vessyl, is that it’ll run you about $100. That’s quite a bit of money to pay for a mug, we know, unless you look Read More

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Angry Birds Epic: Rovio Goes RPG

Rovio has conquered the world several times now with their popular Angry Birds games, but never before have they gone the role-playing game route — until now. Introducing Angry Birds Epic, a new free-to-play game available on all major platforms, that allows you to step inside of a medieval world of piggie domination. Of course, you’ll have some pretty strong birds to see you through to the end. A word of warning, though: even though the game itself is free, there are the dreaded in-app purchases, ranging in price from 99 cents to $89.99. Check out the promotional video for Read More

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Stock And Pantry Aren’t Your Everyday Condiments And Sauces

Stock & Pantry are a new line of sauces and condiments based on flavors that you don’t typically find in the United States. Each product is all-natural and contains no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. The company promises to never use high fructose corn syrup or processed sugars — instead using pure coconut palm sugar — a healthy alternative to processed sugar. The debut collection consists of the following: Hot Jam: a unique all purpose chili and onion savory jam inspired by a favorite in Australia for anything from a cheese plate to grilled chicken to toast and eggs — Read More

Drop: An iPad-Connected Virtual Kitchen Assistant

With Drop, the iPad-connected kitchen scale and digital baking assistant, you’ll be able to cook kitchen masterpieces with greater precision and efficiency. This cool product will help you measure the perfect amount of ingredients and allow you to apply them while moving on to the next step so you don’t have to pause for cleanup every time a new action occurs. Having trouble finding good recipe ideas? Just choose one of many tasty interactive recipes Drop offers and it will guide you, suggest substitutions, and update your shopping list. You can preorder now for $80. If you’ve ever wanted to Read More

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