Why spend a ton on buying some fancy stylus for your tablet when there are tons of other pen-like objects you can use or make to operate a touchscreen? Take for instance, this ordinary chopstick.
Of course, you can't go poking the thing without adding a conductive foam on the tip (the same thing used in keyboards, TV remote controls and packaging gadgets) Next, you'll need a copper wire to wrap around the chopstick so you're connected to the phone. Check out Instructables user hixair for the rest of the steps.
Once again, the creativity of Japanese game shows have taken the use of the female human body as a prop for its ratings. This time, they called in a plastic surgeon to see if she could determine whether a bosom was cosmetically enhanced, or if it were the real deal by grabbing on to them. Read more
Will people do anything for money these days? While we're not sure if this whole experiment was orchestrated or not, YouTuber Gregory Goldsheid went around offering money to women in exchange for some views and kisses. Did it work? Read more
Fast food commercials are meant to make your mouth water. But what if they were actually honest? If they came clean about how the commercials were actually made, it would be very, very different. Check it out: Read more