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Okay, I'm seriously having trouble understanding this one. I can see how this would work on a manual transmission... but wouldn't there need to be someone in the car to pop the clutch? What do you guys think?

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"I know she's a princess, Chewy! That doesn't mean she's automatically stuck up!"

"AAAAAAAGHGGHGHGHGHGHGH!"

"No, she's not a nerf herder either!"

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Custom rifle manufacturer DoubleStar built this modified AK-47. Its most obvious feature is the chainsaw fixed to the barrel, powered by a lithium battery so you don't have to be attached to an outlet when the zombie apocalypse certainly most definitely happens. If Ash had this, Army of Darkness would be about half as long.

~Not-"Not-So-Handy Andy" Jack

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This Indonesian dentist is well aware of the fact that dental drills can be a little bit... err... intimidating. So, he created a drill that, instead of making the typical whirring and buzzing noises a drill makes, plays audio of the patient's favorite songs from an MP3 player. Nothing like a little Gangnam Style to ease the nervousness of having a whizzing metal object shoved into your mouth (no, don't even go there...).

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After the Toilet of Terror earlier this week, it seems like the infection is spreading to thrones throughout the world. Someone's either really eager to get rid of their waste, or this is the world's smallest jacuzzi.

~NSHA

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Popcorn Indiana has manufactured a device for their Popinator project that shoots popcorn kernels into your mouth whenever you say the word "pop." Using binaural audio recognition technology, its popcorn cannon is able to swivel to the exact 360-degree direction the voice came from. Aside from the typical voice fluctuation drawbacks you might face ("yeah, she's really popular- whoa! What the hell?"), it's a pretty darn neat little gadget. Think of it as Kinect for food!

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Okay, let's try to assemble a normal tent. The long pole goes into the socket with the other short pole, the other other short pole slides into the flux capacitor, then cast expecto patronum on the tent stakes, then divide by zero, and voila! You're done.

Now here's a tent that makes camping a little bit easier. The tent has a geodesic dome frame that inflates when you pump it full of air. Just inflate, and you're done!

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Not gonna lie, this had me going for a minute.