"Your daily source for wonderful stuff."
December 20, 2006 11:07 AM   Subscribe

Grandma's Kitchen (youtube), the Roller Toaster, the water-less washing machine, the sculptures of Gwon Osong, a crucifix-shaped mp3 player... some of the people and things found on CubeMe, a blog about "wonderful stuff".
posted by dobbs (13 comments total)
B-b-but how can I focus on this wonderful stuff without Xeni Jardin occasionally popping in to tell me about where she's on vacation?
posted by interrobang at 11:40 AM on December 20, 2006

And Cory telling me to support EFF rights? And Disney geekery, I WANT MY DISNEY GEEKERY!!
posted by wheelieman at 11:45 AM on December 20, 2006

I can't go a day without reading up on how to knit the perfect Donkey Kong scarf.
posted by StarForce5 at 11:50 AM on December 20, 2006

Because Disney stuff is TOTALLY NOT shit!
posted by interrobang at 11:55 AM on December 20, 2006

I hate you Milkman Dan!
posted by sfts2 at 12:22 PM on December 20, 2006

I have that crucifix-shaped shuffle holder... and lemme tell you, I get the dirtiest looks on the street. Even worse looks than when I was a punk rawker in the 80s, sporting nasty signs on my ripped tshirts....

JC was a punk!
posted by sunexplodes at 12:59 PM on December 20, 2006

"Your daily source for wonderful stuff."

Blah Blah La Di Dah.
posted by Smart Dalek at 1:03 PM on December 20, 2006

You know what I never realized I find incredibly fascinating? Papercraft. Who fucking knew?
posted by hypocritical ross at 1:05 PM on December 20, 2006

Sorry to add, dobbs, Milkman Dan, and sunexplodes - but those are crosses. A true crucifix would include a body. As fashion items apart from necklaces, Crucifixes are considered sacriligeous in many circles, as the corpus is reflective of Christ's suffering.

That's not to say folks won't get in a tizzy over crosses as Goth/Punk/Metal accessories. I knew someone who bought a bolo tie patterned after a wrought iron cemetary cross from the Victorian Era. From a distance, the filigree pattern would often be mistaken for a mass of writhing bodies.
posted by Smart Dalek at 1:22 PM on December 20, 2006

Anything about toast fascinates me.
posted by peewinkle at 2:16 PM on December 20, 2006

A friend once had an idea for a TV series, it always ended with the same character saying "Well that's toast." He had no other details about the show.
posted by kingfisher, his musclebound cat at 3:00 PM on December 20, 2006

Seems to be a lot of 3D rendered imaginations of what this stuff would be like, if it existed.
posted by Sukiari at 8:05 PM on December 21, 2006

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