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…James Piatt uses Tinkerbell to make fun of Paris Hilton?

James Piatt Tinkerbell Purse

If you’re worried that people have stopped calling your purse silly and extreme, then check out the Tinkerbell purse from James Piatt.

The purse, which looks like an upside down dead Chihuahua (made of leather), is based on Paris Hilton’s discarded pet Tinkerbell, and is meant to capitalize on the trend of carrying a small dog as a fashion accessory.

[James Piatt – Tinkerbell]

[Via: Neatorama]

…Halo corpses can spell?

Halo Corpse Alphabet

It takes dedication to make an entire alphabet out of Halo corpses, but takes a little bit of crazy to then add in numbers, and even a few punctuation marks.

The original goal of the Halo Corpse Alphabet (a self-described macabre project) was to represent every letter of the alphabet with the twisted, curved, stretched, and otherwise dead Spartan and Elite bodies from Halo 3.

Apparently the Halo community was more than willing to take on this task, as they quickly jumped on board and cranked out letter after letter for the amusement of all.

[Halo Corpse Alphabet]

[Via: Boing Boing]

…The Polaroid and the Viper are dead?

Viper PolaroidIf you’re still using a Polaroid camera to capture life on film, then be sure to snap a shot of the next Dodge Viper that you see, because both are soon going to be gone.

Polaroid has confirmed that they will no longer produce instant film after this year, and it’s rumored that Dodge will no longer be making the Viper after 2011, which means that the loss of a quirky technology and a venomous supercar come as a one two punch.

All is not lost however, as old Polaroid cameras can turn into quite the clever webcam, and the Viper’s demise hopefully means that Dodge has another supercar in the works, but the news definitely puts a damper on my dreams of Viper ownership. (The Viper was the car that got me excited about cars in the first place.)

Excuse me now while I mourn.

[Polaroid Webcam]

[Polaroid]

[Dodge – Viper]

[Polaroid Via: The New York Times]

[Viper Via: Jalopnik]

…Some monsters are easy to escape from?

Movie Monsters

They just don’t make movie monsters like they used to.

There was a time when you could fight for hours, and regardless of what you did, you were still going to wind up dead. There was just no escape.

However, for a few monsters, escape was a bit easier than it should have been. Just an easy slip or an obvious choice was all it took to get away; though the lead character never seemed to be aware of this fact until it was too late.

If you’re a fan of the horror flick, then check out the list for The 7 Most Easily Escapable Movie Monsters.

[Cracked – The 7 Most Easily Escapable Movie Monsters]