Cool LUT (pronounced LOOT) Weird Stuff You Can Buy

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 6 years ago in Weird

Strange things you MUST.BUY.NOW. Stuff so neat you WANT it, but so WEIRD you don"t anyone to know you have it!
There are 30 comments:
Male 237
v-cubes are EVIL
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Female 546
i like the video after it about the flash mobs...i didn`t realize there were that many videos out there. i`m off to youtube to find out how to join!
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Female 1,163
swweeeeeeetttt!!!!!
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Female 409
Oh my gaaaaaaaahhhhdddd. I need stufffffff!
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Female 2,525
I want almost all of those things.
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Female 117
i lik wut he be spittin
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Male 25,416
wow thats a big cube
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Female 999
Wait, so you guys would say "are you going to play with your Lego?" That just sounds strange.
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Male 108
Is it just me or is this guy`s voice really annoying
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Male 2,688
A lot of this stuff, and others the guy talks about in other episodes, are available at ThinkGeek.com

Some neat stuff though... I have a wishlist on thinkgeek that would cost me over $1000 to complete...
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Male 2,788
[quote]wait for a baby pig to die of natural causes? i dont see that working out [/quote]

They know..
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Male 677
@RyanF701
I think what he actually means is `Lego` is the name of the product, he is wondering why Americans add the `s`. its like the word `Maths`, but the opposite.
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Male 2,486
"Why do Americans say "Legos"? :(

Lego is a brand name."

It`s easier than saying lego plastic construction brick.

It`s the same way with band-aid, who gives a sh*t if they know what you`re talking about.
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Male 347
wait for a baby pig to die of natural causes? i dont see that working out
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Male 3,076
damn it so many ads :-/
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Male 150
I saw that hummingbird mask on daily planet. they were acting like it was some breakthrough that would change the world, and wouldnt shut up about how that guy was a genius. they cost 80 dollars.
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Male 1,587
Buiadh- have you ever tried playing with just one Lego? It is really boring...

ITS THE BEARDED NUN!!!
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Male 6,737
Why do Americans say "Legos"? :(

Lego is a brand name.
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Female 1,604
I want the band-aids
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Female 857
I say Lego in Canada. Although when referring to more I say "Lego pieces"
Bam.
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Male 10,440
Some of that stuff was actually vaguely interesting and/or useful.

For example; I`d like some coffee flavored popcorn.
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Male 1,803
I want that suitcase sticker!
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Male 1,440
The only things in this video that i have already seen was the TMNT costume, and the tuxedo shirts.
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Female 2,027
that slot chair is actually a really good idea
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Female 1,008
@The-Sentinel
No, it`s not. LEGO is a brand name and therefore refers only to the company what makes small plastic bricks. It`s neither singular nor plural. If you want to pluralize anything, you would pluralize the bricks/pieces and use LEGO as an adjective.

That being said, we in America always say LEGOs just as we always say Band-Aids (rather than, Band-Aid® bandages, see?). There are a few differences in the English language across the pond, incase you haven`t noticed, and we aren`t going to start calling our sidewalks "pavements" or our band-aids "plasters" just because it sounds odd to you.

Now you`d best get off your English high horse, `fore you get schooled again.

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Male 2,034
@The-Sentinel: I think it`s a Europe/North America thing. Lego in Europe, Legos in North America.
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Male 1,148
dratin` hate it when people call Lego "legos". It is singular and plural dammit!
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Male 38,455

"the bigger the better"

Not when it`s a womans ass in a thong playing wii
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Male 52
cool stuff!
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Female 8,044
Link: Cool LUT (pronounced LOOT) Weird Stuff You Can Buy [Rate Link] - Strange things you MUST.BUY.NOW. Stuff so neat you WANT it, but so WEIRD you don`t anyone to know you have it!
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