“Bro, look at this app. It’s so sweet, bro. Bro, it’s almost as awesome as Leg Day, bro. This app will text your girlfriend, broseph. It’ll say “Hey babe, what’s up?” or something so you don’t have to bother with texting her. Bro, you can spend more time with the bros and less time caring about your significant other,” is how we assume a bro would describe the BroApp. Can you see our eyes rolling from where you are?
Pinterest is that place where we all go to pin recipes for food that we’ll never actually make and look up ideas on home improvement even though we don’t own a home yet. But, being a social media site, all those pins that we pin can be seen by everyone! What if we don’t want someone knowing that we’re pinning baby stuff because we might be pregnant or are getting some idea for how to train a puppy because we just got one?
“Once I started working with sugar, all of sudden the possibilities seemed endless,” says Irish sculptor Brendan Jamison. Funny, that’s exactly how we feel once we start eating sugar. Jamison isn’t out to get the biggest sugar rush ever, though, he uses sugar as a medium to create enormous model cities, like his latest piece called Sugar Metropolis. It’s made of 500,000 sugar cubes and took 5,000 patrons to build. At this rate, Jamison could sugarcoat the universe. And we’re not complaining about that one bit.
“One large pepperoni pizza, please, with extra touchscreen. “ Order up! Pizza Hut has heard your cries for a more technology-driven pizza experience and their solution is a table with a touchscreen ordering system where you can tap, swipe, and spin your way to the perfect personalized pizza. So what happens when we accidentally spill our Diet Coke all over the table? Do we get a Soda Pizza?
Do you remember the last time you were out? You saw someone wearing a pair of shoes, and suddenly your could hear the angels singing and you knew those were the shoes! You knew you needed those shoes or life just wouldn’t be the same. You desperately studied them with the keen eye of the shopper you are and then turned to the Internet for hours and hours of desperate searching.