It’s not a joke, it’s a toothpick, Tuco. Now I want you to get up there and make art out of them toothpicks. Well, toothpick artist Steven J. Backman has turned The Good, the Bad and the Ugly into something quite beautiful with only 55 toothpicks and some glue.
See more over at Steven’s official website or a gallery of toothpick portraits over at Oddity Central – via BuzzFeed and Incredible Things
Now that Continental Oil Company (now Conoco) has your attention with the naughty thing their research chemists (Belt over lab coat? Craaaazy!) do on their summer break, it smoothly segues into the benefits of motor oil.
Remember that sex sells, future Madison Ave execs, it even sells motor oil. Modern Mechanix has the larger pic: Link
Well, today anyhow. It’s beyond description, so I won’t even try, except that it helps to know about Pachinko.
Miss Cellania has the clip: Link | Cracked has the list of 8 strangest Japanese ads starring Oscar nominees
This is fantastic: Wayne Kusy created a 25-foot model of the 1936 Queen Mary made entirely out of 814,000 toothpicks and 19 gallons of wood glue. It took him 8 years to build.
And the most surprising fact of all? Wayne has never been on the Queen Mary.
Hit play or go to Link [YouTube] – via Daily Mail
Still wear wristwatches? You’re in the minority. Well, now that watches are killed off by cell phones, what do you wear on your wrist?
Tobias Lunchbreath, one my favorite cartoonists on the Web today, explains the "Sixteen Ways to Use Your Wrist Now That Watches Are Obsolete" over at CoreToon: Link | Different format of the cartoon over at Flickr