Today, we actually get it right! We sucker in Tom Merritt to talk about Amy Winehouse's drunken badness, a guy gets denied an all-star game marriage proposal, unlimited cell phone minutes, and N+, like stick figure lemmings...but for Xbox 360, and Pimp My Ride for Wii. Listen in on the fun!
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What do Roto-Rooter, the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders, and the ultimate high-tech bathroom for women have in common? We have no idea, but they all came together at an event in New York City for the launch of Roto-Rooter's Pimped Out Powder Room Sweepstakes, which is a follow-up to last year's Pimped Out John Sweepstakes.
Around 300,000 people signed up for a chance to win the ultimate john and you gotta think just as many will be interested for a shot at the powder room. Roto-Rooter calls this the "ultimate bathroom destination for the modern woman," but I can't see too many dudes complaining about hitting this head. (See the bathroom sans cheerleaders after the jump.)
Colorware, famous for tarting up everything from laptops and desktops to iPods and game consoles, is applying its considerable palette to the Zune with a rainbow of 28 color combinations in metallic or flat finishes. You can even make the wheel and buttons different colors for that Playskool look.
DaimlerChrysler's itty-bitty Smart ForTwo has been in the news recently, primarily because it's going to be made available to U.S. markets next year. The defining feature of the ForTwo is pretty much just the fact that it's about as small as a car can get without being designed for circus midgets, and it's more or less useless outside cities since it can't go all that fast, but that hasn't stopped one Greek auto enthusiast from turning it into an off-road vehicle.
Taking a hint from the design and functionality of Daimler-Chrysler's off-road … Read more
I read recently on Technabob that the latest watch from TokyoFlash's edgy PIMP line, also known for the Pleasure Seeker, was called the "Jive Turkey." What? I had never heard this term in my life before, and was wondering if some folks at TokyoFlash had been dabbling in illicit substances. Clearly, I'm just not up to date on my vintage pop culture.
This holiday season, give the gift that truly shows you care: a pimp watch. Those inspired timepiece artisans of Japan's Pimp-Watches.com have come up with a new addition to their popular LED line, this one dubbed "Pimpin Ain't Easy IP Gold." Though not as small as other LED watches, this 18k-plated limited edition features 72 lights that automatically spiral ever 2 minutes between 6 p.m. and 1 a.m. (must be a pimp thing) at a decidedly un-pimp-like price under $200. As Tokyoflash says, pimpin' was never so easy! (Cadillacs not included.)
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