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There are some things I will never understand. This pair of high-tops by “Paris-based fashion house” Maison Margiela is definitely one of them.
Looking like something the cat dragged in (after ripping it apart with its claws for hours), these heavily-distressed, pre-destroyed –sorry “Future Destroyed”– sneakers will set you back $1,425/pair. Oops sorry, you’re out of luck, they’re already sold out of them over at Neiman Marcus.
Instead, may I suggest you go find a nice wood chipper and mangle a pair for yourself? (I checked, the majority of wood chippers out there are cheaper than these sneakers.)
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Thirteen years ago, Pittsburgh’s Jerry Lynn carefully lowered an alarm clock on a string, lowering it into a wall from the floor above, part of a cunning plan to identify where to drill a hole by waiting for the alarm to go off. Unfortunately, the string snapped, and the clock’s been going off daily ever since.
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Storing individual slices of pizza, and other triangular food, just got a whole lot easier thanks to these Pizza Bags by ThinkGeek. One first world problem solved!…Stop trying to shove the entire pizza box on a shelf where it doesn’t really fit anyway, and start storing your leftovers properly! These Pizza Bags are just the thing to keep each individual slice safe from the elements inside your fridge that are out to ruin your perfect pie slices.SHARE /TWEET /29 COMMENTSpizza / Pizza bags / Pizza storageRusty Blazenhoff–
Guess how I’m spending Saturday morning? This bicycle chain tool works for both my road bike and my mountain bike that loves to break its chain.
Oumers Universal Bike Chain Tool With Chain Hook via AmazonSHARE /TWEET /7 COMMENTSbicycles / bike chain / toolsJason WeisbergerJason Weisberger is Boing Boing’s publisher. Nemo is Jason’s Great Pyrenees. You can find Jason on twitter at