Pocket Chainsaw

Each Pocket Chainsaw comes curled up in a tin. Unfold the 28″ chain, and you’ll be instantly enamored by the high strength, heat-treated steel links and teeth. Loop on the hooks if you want to just use a finger to pull each side (great for lighter jobs), or add the hooks and then the handles for full hand pulling (for bigger jobs). Wrap the limb you wish to cut and then just pull back and forth. The Pocket Chainsaw works fast and it works clean – cutting in both directions due to the bi-directional teeth. You’ll cut through a 3″ limb in less than 10 seconds! Keep a Pocket Chainsaw in your car, your household emergency kit, your zombie preparedness pack – you know, anywhere you might need to cut through limbs in a hurry!” w/ photos

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The Alphabet 2

“The Alphabet 2 – a horn book video experiment – is a developmental spelling – video where each character visually represents the meaning of the word itself. Playing with different techniques and materials into little and big spaces, but always focusing on Helvetica font’s proportions. A collection of words in a delightful spelling-video.” — n9ve

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Wet Wedding Proposal?

Lovestruck Zhu Lei hoped to get a ring on his finger but ended up with a bucket of water in his face when an elaborate balcony proposal went wrong. Mr Zhu planned a balcony proposal by crane but after getting a drenching from a woman at the window, it was less Romeo and Juliet – and more like Mr Bean. Mr Zhu rented the crane to lift him to his girlfriend Na Na’s sixth-floor window in Fuyang in eastern China. But when he reached the window and said ‘Na Na, I love you. Please marry me’, he got a basin of water chucked over hm from a woman inside. The sodden lover had no option but to ask the crane operator to let him down after his very public letdown.” w/ photos

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How To Make Mini Oreo Cheesecakes

“Having recently gotten over my hatred of all things dairy, cheesecake is one item I am just now starting to appreciate. I still don’t like plain cheesekcake, but I figured my love of oreos would balance these ones out. Unfortunately, I was right. This recipe transforms your average cheesecake into a perfectly palatable cookies-n-cream cupcake. No cheesecake-y aftertaste, no crunchy bits. Just pure, creamy Oreo bliss. Oh, and they’re super cute. Just look at how cute they are! Using a little oreo cookie as the cupcake bottom, come on now.” w/ photos

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