Wednesday, October 1

An App-Controlled Vibrator That Lets You Pleasure Your Partner Remotely





If you find regular vibrators boring, the ‘We-Vibe 4+’ vibrator might interest you.



Just like this app-controlled vibrator, the ‘We-Vibe 4+’ can be controlled via an app.



The toy is made of matte silicone with ridges for making contact with the clitoris and anterior vaginal wall, also known as the G-spot. It comes with a wireless remote control and USB charger.



To use, download the free app from the App Store or Google Play and connect the gadget using Bluetooth.



You can use it even when you and your partner are apart; the app sends a private and secure link and you’re good to go.



Choose from 10 different modes and create custom vibration playlists with your desired vibe, duration and intensity.



Hayley Macmillen of Refinery29 road-tested it and reported having a satisfactory experience overall, stating it provided greater stimulation and that the partner aspect was “rewarding”.



Find out more about the ‘We-Vibe 4+’ here.

















[via Refinery29, images via We-Vibe 4+ and App Store]

This Man Derives 10 Seconds Of Happiness From His Work

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“The finished product is always the best. It’s like you’ve worked all day and then you only get to have 10 seconds of joy looking at it.”



Meet Mike Heist—a veteran in the neon industry, and he’s responsible for making some of the most iconic signage in the city.



In the film titled ‘10 Seconds’, he introduces his neon signage-bending job and gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how these lighted tubes are made.



Produced by creative studio The Pressure, this short complements renowned graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister’s talk on ‘Design and Happiness’ during Design Week Portland.



Check out the video below:



































[via The Pressure]

Watch Actor Jeff Goldblum Rave About Light Bulbs In General Electric’s New Ad

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To promote its GE Link light bulb, General Electric got actor Jeff Goldblum to star in an unusual and funny ad directed by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim.



In the ad, Goldblum employs all kinds of weird tactics and gives exaggerated reasons to showcase the light bulb’s prowess. He even goes as far as attributing his successful career to great lighting.



Watch the hilarious, bizarre commercial below:





























[via Laughing Squid, images from General Electric YouTube]

Striking Animal Portraits That Seem To Interact With Their Surroundings





Since 2010, Paris-based photographer Sophie has been decorating the city with her striking animal portraits.



She carefully integrates them onto the sides of buildings and walls to make it seem as though they are interacting with the surroundings.



In one image a giraffe is depicted peeking out from a door while another image shows an owl perched on a cable.



Juxtaposed against the urban environment, they are meant to make people think about the place of animals in society.



Check out some photographs below and follow the series here.

























[via REDEFINE Magazine, images via Sophie]

Infographic: How To Influence Anyone Over The Phone





Management consulting firm The Gap Partnership has put together an elaborate infographic dishing out tips on how to influence people over the phone.



From the intonation of your voice to the speed at which you speak, check out this handy guide for practical suggestions on how you can have better influence in your phone conversations.



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[via Visual.ly, images via The Gap Partnership]

A Quirky Pair Of Glasses That Lets Couples Kiss All Day Long

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If you find it hard to make out with your glasses-wearing partner, you might want to invest in a pair of “kiss eyeglasses”.



Created by Tokyo-based company Blinc Vase, the specially designed “kiss eyeglasses” is meant to be worn by two people at once, allowing you to kiss each other with ease.



The “kiss eyeglasses” will be sold in Japan from 8 October 2014 at a hefty price of 68,000 yen, or USD$620 approximately.



What do you think—would you consider using these quirky glasses with your partner?



Check out the ad for the “kiss eyeglasses” below.



























[via Kotaku, images via Fashion Press and YouTube]

Witty ‘Emergency Kits’ Contain ‘Weapons’ To Fend Off Zombies, Vampires





Creative team at In Case Of have created a collection of witty emergency kits that would make a great display at home or in the office.



These kits contain non-functional weapons and essentials in case of a zombie apocalypse, a vampire or werewolf attack or a demon outbreak.



For instance, the zombie cabinet comes with a shotgun, hunting knife, hand grenade and shotgun shells that are all permanently affixed to the back.



Find out more about these kits on their website.























[via HiConsumption, In Case Of]

Dove Shows Us How A Mother Feels About Her Body Can Affect Her Daughter

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Personal care brand Dove has released a short film by Ogilvy Paris that explores the correlation between how mothers feel about their bodies and the effect it has on their daughters.



In the video, five pairs of mother and daughter were asked to list down what they liked and disliked about their bodies. Later, the lists were exchanged and read.



The mothers’ reactions were mostly surprised and wistful, because it turned out that their daughters listed down the same dislikes. One of them admitted that she had mentioned not liking a certain body part of hers to her daughter and that was probably why she listed it down too.



“Whether a mother, aunt, coach, teacher or sister, all women can set a positive example for the next generation by expressing their own beauty with confidence,” said Jennifer Bremner, director of marketing at Dove.



Click here to find out more about the Dove Self-Esteem Project.



Watch the thought-provoking video below:



























[via Adweek, images from doveunitedstates YouTube]

A Glum-Faced Mother Records Her 4-Year-Old Daughter’s Sassy Insults

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To promote her latest book on parenthood, author Johanna Stein created a funny video that documents the different kinds of blunt insults she receives from her four-year-old daughter.



In her video called ‘Momhead’, Stein recorded her daughter’s sassy yet inadvertently innocent comments, such as “Your tummy looks like a bagel!”, and “Sometimes, your mad face makes me laugh.”



Take a look at Stein’s video below, or head here to purchase a copy of her book.



















[via Buzzfeed, images via YouTube]