From an article at The Register...
The marketing materials for a gizmo made by NewColorShop.com, a company selling laptop computer accessories, makes it crystal clear precisely what their product is used for:
"Fusing the material which is superior heat-insulating uses the material and the super superfine origin thread which had self adsorbability. With the appropriate thickness, 1.5mm the stroke impression and feeling good touch heat-insulating compatibility. Do not use the paste and the tape and peel, angle rub cleanly you do not give. To administer also photocatalyst processing, be superior in the anti-bacterial going out bad-smelling performance."
Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant. I need to turn that into a Flash animation somehow.
Plastics make it possible
I tracked down a plastics manufacturer that sells extruded acrylic rods today. bandage and I want to start making bondage equipment, like spreader bars, made from rods of clear polished acrylic with LEDs embedded in the ends, so that they glow when you use them. I figure that'd be, like, totally lumpy.
And speaking of lumpy...
Shelly and I are trying to coin a new word in American vernacular..."lumpy" as a synonym for "cool" (as in, "I just got a new Porsche!?" "Really? Lumpy!">
We aren't going to be happy until someone uses this expression on an episode of "Friends." Be warned...you will be assimilated.
And that's lumpy. :)