Lazy Slobs Rejoice: Upside-down “Desk” To Use While You Snooze

Lazy Slobs Rejoice: Upside-down “Desk” To Use While You Snooze

Now all you need is an intravenous drip, catheter and bed pan…

On 7 February, a new day of sloth dawned with the issue of Thanko’s new upside-down laptop desk, aptly named Aomuke Gorone Desk (“Napping Face Up Desk”) for 7,980 yen (US$86).

Improving on the desktop of previous model Gorone Desk, this one can be used in comfort upside-down, lying on your back.

Inside the desktop are two fans which help to cool down your poor flipped-out laptop, which otherwise would be overheating from the shock.

Don’t worry, your baby is kept cool and held firmly in place with a sturdy band and hooks. You can even fix other things into it that you might want to look at upside down, like magazines or… um, kittens, anyone? And there’s more! It can even be used right-side up.

Lazy Slobs Rejoice: Upside-down “Desk” To Use While You Snooze

Don’t adjust your posture to your laptop… make the laptop come to you.

Lazy Slobs Rejoice: Upside-down “Desk” To Use While You Snooze

Easy and discreet, for all your favourite explicit video watching! And with the laptop just inches from your face, you can open your eyes each morning and get straight back to that important Facebook-ing!

Lazy Slobs Rejoice: Upside-down “Desk” To Use While You Snooze

Beware, this desk monster will stop at nothing short of total world domination.

Source: My Navi News

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Lazy Slobs Rejoice: Upside-down “Desk” To Use While You Snooze

Net user recreates Japan’s islands and prefectures in this twist on a winter tradition

Net user recreates Japan’s islands and prefectures in this twist on a winter tradition

New Year’s in Japan is a quiet affair. While the holiday period is usually spent with family, enjoying traditional food and activities, there’s one particular pastime that brings the family together in a special way every winter. To indulge in this very Japanese affair, you’ll need two of the items pictured in the image above. Can you guess what they are?

If you called out mikan, then you’re absolutely right for spotting one of the items regularly enjoyed during the winter holidays. The orange citrus fruit, often described as a Japanese mandarin, is a symbol of winter and contains important vitamins for warding off colds at this time of year.

Probably the second most important thing about the mikan is where you eat it, and if you’ve been to Japan, you’ll know the mikan pictured above is not sitting on a regular table-top. It’s sitting atop our must-have winter item number two: a kotatsu, the low, heated table under which you slide your legs to stay cosy and warm in winter. According to people in Japan, eating mikan while sitting at the kotatsu is one of winter’s most delectable pleasures.

It’s not uncommon to eat several mikans in one sitting and over-indulging mikan lovers can be spotted with orange-tinged fingertips from all the peeling. What is uncommon is the artistic dexterity involved in fashioning the peels into a beautiful map of Japan, featuring accurate shapes of each island and prefecture which slot into each other like a glorious mikan puzzle. It’s a perfect way to depict the joyful leisure-time of a Japanese winter!

Source/image: あごひげ海賊団

Net user recreates Japan’s islands and prefectures in this twist on a winter tradition

In Russia, Pressing “A” Button Makes Cat Jump 【Video】

In Russia, Pressing “A” Button Makes Cat Jump 【Video】

We don’t know how they did it, but it seems the Russians have developed a technology that allows them to control cats with a Nintendo Entertainment System gamepad.

There’s really no other rational explanation for what’s going on in the video below.

The title of the video, which went up on YouTube on December 19, suggests that this cat is “scared” of the sound Mario makes while he jumps. I suppose that is actually a more rational explanation.

On a somewhat related note, did you know that the Japanese have mastered the art of mimicking the Mario jump sound with their nose?

Might want to slow down on the drinks, ladies. You know a Japanese party is about to get wild when people start Mario-jumping with their nose.

Source: YouTube

In Russia, Pressing “A” Button Makes Cat Jump 【Video】

Fishing for Panties: Men Drop Lines for Drawers at Akihabara Adult Superstore

Fishing for Panties: Men Drop Lines for Drawers at Akihabara Adult Superstore

The goldfish booth is a favorite pastime at Japanese summer festivals. Kids plop down a couple coins and get a flimsy paper net with which to catch goldfish out of an inflatable pool. The object is to catch as many fish as possible before the net breaks.

For one day in Akihabara, grown men had the chance to fish for something far more exotic than some fish that will go belly-up in a few days. On August 28, grown men plopped down single 500-yen coins and got a string fixed with a metal hook with which to catch plastic balls out of an inflatable pool.

The fantastic prize? Striped panties wadded up and stuffed inside the balls. Oh, Japan.

The event took place at adult superstore “m’s” in Akihabara. Overwhelmingly popular Akihabara information site Akiba Blog reports that the women’s underwear came in blue, pink, and green striped patterns.

Some would call this event nothing more than a chance for perverts to snatch women’s underwear in broad daylight with their dignity intact. Perhaps it’s better to believe that the men who lined up to go fishing for panties were looking for presents for their girlfriends and wives.

Source: Akiba Blog

Fishing for Panties: Men Drop Lines for Drawers at Akihabara Adult Superstore