Going number two is natural, but no one really appreciates the smell. But now Kohler has released and odor-eating toilet seat it calls Purefresh. The battery-operated seat sucks in air and pushes it through an odor-eating carbon filter and an optional scent pack. Scents you can choose from include Garden Waterfall, Fresh Laundry and Avocado Spa. The seat automatically turns on when a user sits down, and the fan emits a light hum as it filters odors. Bonus: the seat also emits a soft light to help you navigate the bathroom at night. (Consumerist)
Toy Company Offers Intestines, Rectum And Testicle Stuffed Animals
It takes a lot of guts to make an intestine or lung into a cuddly doll, but that's the aim of toy company called, appropriately named, I Heart Guts.
The gut-busting business is the brainchild of Wendy Bryan, who calls her fuzzy toys shaped like vital organs "a dissected Hello Kitty."
She first came up with the idea n 2005, after a series of bad relationships inspired her to draw a broken heart.
"At the time, I was also doing a lot of drinking and smoking, so a sad liver and bummed-out lung followed," she said on the website.
At her husband's urging years later, she started churning out plush versions of livers, lungs, brains, prostates and mammary glands.
The website includes amusing or sophomoric backstories for the toys, depending on your perspective. Case in point is the rectum's biography which says its favorite song is "Drop It Like It's Hot" by Snoop Dogg and lists its occupation as "waste disposal. Each bodily doll costs around $20.