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…It’s Things Thursday: CelebriDucks?


CelebriDucks are rubber ducks that have been modeled after the duck-ized icons of film, music, athletics and history. From celebrities and famous figures to mascots, athletes, heros and more, over 200 different CelebriDucks have been created, and no one is immune to duck-itization.

CelebriDucks Samples

Each limited edition duck comes in its own container, and can be kept as a collector’s item or floated in the bath for a little extra fun.


…Agent Provocateur wants to entice you?

Agent Provocateur

Agent Provocateur’s interactive advermovie/choose your own adventure film is “the most scandalous experience ever seen on a AP website”.

Agent Provocateur Women

In it, you must head into a dark castle, filled with mistresses in various states of undress (though always clothed in some sort of lingerie that Agent Provocateur will gladly sell you with the “Buy Me” skull) as you attempt to save a virgin by making the right choices.

Choose carefully!

[(NSFW) Agent Provocateur – Experience]

[Via: Adverblog]

…Skating in slow motion is spectacular?

When you slow down the movements of a skateboarder as he goes through a set of tricks, the intricacy of each move, and the difficulty of each moment become apparent like never before.

By shooting at 120 frames per second using the new RED camera, Opus Magnum Productions was able to create this beautiful film, called simply: “Skate”.

…It’s Website Wednesday: NOLAF?


To help defend you against the fun disease (and to help sell chips, because as you know, nothing is more fun than chips) Frito-Lay has created a site for a fictitious group called NOLAF, better known as the National Organization for Legislature Against Fun.

It’s shot as an old propaganda style film, and lets you click through the NOLAF headquarters to see what there is to see; so feel free to poke around for a bit, but just make sure you don’t have any fun while your browser window is open, because they’re watching you…


…Quid Pro Quo looks intense?

Quid Pro QuoIf you’re looking to get a little outside of the ordinary with your next film choice, then definitely check out Quid Pro Quo.

    Isaac Knott (Nick Stahl) is a Public Radio reporter in New York City. When he was eight, his mother and father died in an automobile accident that left him in a wheelchair.

    On air, Isaac recounts how he recently received an anonymous tip from someone identified only as “Ancient Chinese Girl.” She tells him a perfectly able-bodied man walked into an emergency ward downtown, and attempted to bribe a doctor into amputating his leg.

    As Isaac investigates the eerie tip, he encounters Fiona (Vera Farmiga) who, through her own quandary, leads Isaac to a netherworld of people afflicted with a perverse desire to be disabled. Like a contemporary noir detective film, Quid Pro Quo follows Isaac as he embarks on a dream-like journey to pull back the layers of what makes people feel whole.

    This quixotic entanglement between reality and its reinterpretation through desire is the heart and soul of Quid Pro Quo. Isaac is drawn to Fiona’s dark side because somewhere in the strata of her perversion lies an underlying truth about himself. He is confined to a wheelchair because of an accident. What can he possibly learn about himself from Fiona’s desire to be like him? The answer of course is everything.

[Quid Pro Quo]

[IMDb – Quid Pro Quo]

[Via: The Reverse Cowgirl]