Science has taken enormous steps forward. This is like “man on the moon” shit right here.
While Elon may be busy solving the energy crisis and global warming, other, more qualified (and talented) engineering minds have tended to more important matters by developing an affordable (only $23!) way for the common man to clone his dong and put a vibrator inside of it.
Enter: The Clone-A-Willy Kit from AdamEve.com.
Buy your own cloned boner Now for $23 and free shipping with discount code SNEAK.
It’s as simple as 1-2-3…
- Pour some goopy stuff into a tube,
- Put your dong in said goopy tube,
- With a new mixture of goopy stuff, fill the (gigantic) dong-shaped cavity in the tube, and VOILA… you got yerself a cock clone!
But don’t take my word for it, trust the experts:
If you’re feeling extra saucy, you can even jam a vibrator (included in the kit) in there before the clone solidifies and then you’ve got a personalized “Jumbodong 5000” that is easily washable and surprisingly lifelike — save the fact that it GLOWS IN THE FREAKING DARK.
The best part is that it’s stupid cheap. AdamEve.com hooked us up with a discount code SNEAK that you can use at checkout to get 50% off any 1 Item + Free Shipping on your entire order in the US. (*I’m sure “Certain exclusions apply”.) They have a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee so if you don’t like your purchase or get the wrong size dong tube, you can exchange it or get a full refund.
With that discount code, the entire kit… that comes with everything you need plus the inner-cloned-dong vibrator… comes out to less than $25 with shipping!!
A couple of ultra-important notes:
- The Clone-A-Willy process goes much smoother as a two person job. Be forewarned: the molding liquid sets quickly so you have to be ready to mix, pour, and mold very quickly. If you wait too long, it will set. It is easy to mess this part up if you aren’t on the ball(s). This is why having a helping hand is best.
- The discount code applies to the entire AdamEve.com site. Put in code SNEAK at checkout and you’re getting 50% off and not paying shipping. Ka-boom.
Discount code: SNEAK
^ gets you 50% OFF (any 1 item) and free shipping on entire order for ANYTHING on AdamEve.com.
The problem with (phone) protection, is that it can be clunky, intrusive, and ruin the sleek look of your iPhone. You want great protection, but you don’t want to know it’s there.
Enter: LuxBox Case ZERO… a super minimal iPhone case that offers solid protection… but is thin, light, and looks great. I’ve been trying it out for a few days, and it has now replaced my old case as my go-to, everyday protector of my precious iPhone.
You can purchase the LuxBox Case ZERO here for $25.
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Today I learned that…
“Bokeh” photography (pronounced BOH-kay) is
the aesthetic quality of the blur produced in the out-of-focus parts of an image produced by a lens. Bokeh has been defined as “the way the lens renders out-of-focus points of light”.
I also learned that Japanese photographer and software engineer, Takashi Kitajima is a bonafide Bokeh badass.
See more of Kitajima’s work on his website or on 500px.
ZING! It was a Putin joke the whole time.
Cool collage nonetheless…
French architectural firm, Shinslab, has created another beautiful piece of art. This time, a decommissioned ship was flipped upside down where it now houses plants, trees, and other vegetation.
This piece was a winner in the 2016 MoMA’s Young Architect Program.
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If you’re like most humans, you spend a lot of time in front of a computer. Doesn’t it make sense, then, to maximize the dopeness that is your workspace? …to create a sanctuary of creativity, clarity, and inspiration?
The problem is that it can seem too tall o’ task to get one of those slick setups you see on Instagram.
Step 1: Get Inspired
The best ideas are stolen. So figure out what you like by checking out all of these dope setups:
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I know what you’re thinking… “Eric, those are cool, but I’m not a freaking interior architectural designer person; I can’t just throw together some Pinterest-worthy workspace like a damn magician.”
I’m here to tell you: it’s really not that hard. Here are just a few things to do to get you most of the way there:
Step 2: Clean Your Clutter
What do all 22 of those setups have in common? There’s not trashy shit everywhere like there is on your desk. So clean it already. I’m not your mom, I shouldn’t have to tell you this. By removing all the bullshit from your workspace, you’re going to have a decent setup by default.
Step 3: Go HELLA O.C.D. On It
Everything should be symmetrical or in line. If I draw an imaginary line from the bottom edge of your keyboard that extends across horizontally… that shit better be perfectly parallel or perpendicular to everything else on your desk.
Effectively, everything should be in a grid. Bonus points for symmetry.
Step 4: Buy Some Desktop Speakers
Almost every one of these setups has a pair of nice speakers that frames the focal point that is the main monitor/display/screen. The pair of speakers lends itself well to the aforementioned symmetry goal… and guess what: they’re really not that expensive.
Here are some of my faves:
Step 5: Purple LED Backlighting, bro
Don’t lie to yourself. The dopest setups in that gallery were the ones that all had the purple backlighting. Not sure why that’s a thing, but you should make it a thing for your thing.
OK, blue works too…
But, you know what they say:
If you ain’t backlit, you ain’t legit.
So get backlit with some super easy LED strips. LESS THAN 20 DOLLARS!
Step 6: If you don’t have one already, you’ll need a big ass, dope display
Your budget and desktop real estate are going to dictate this purchase, so I don’t want to decide for you, but there’s this website called Amazon where you can buy anything for the lowest price available and it arrives at your house in 2 days for no charge. You should check it out. Here is their selection of computer monitors and external displays.
Somewhat of a limited selection though… this Amazon website only has 27,000 products in this category.
Here’s a 27-incher with great reviews for $199.
Last Step: Maybe get some plants or other decor to make the space “unique” or whatever
Here are thirty seven thousand fake plants to choose from.
Or just get these 4 for 28 bucks and call it good.