Described as a "party game for horrible people",Cards Against Humanity blew by its Kickstarter fundraising goal just before the new year. A raunchier Apples to Apples, the game involves a "Card Czar" who controls the black cards, which feature questions or prompts. Players then submit white cards to create the most awkward or offensive answer, with the czar selecting the best combo, giving a point to the winner crossbow you'll need to actually shoot Nerf bullets at it.
2. The Dipr
Straight from the "why didn't I think of that?" category is the Dipr, a spoon for dunking cookies in milk. Long gone are the days of parents teaching their kids proper dunking technique. Just give them a Dipr and let them go to town. The Dipr comes in five colors and costs $2.99.
3. Nerf Shoot to Snooze Alarm Clock
There's nothing fun about pressing the snooze button in the morning one or two (hundred) times. Until now.
Shooting the side of this Nerf alarm clock with any of the foamy projectiles in the Nerf arsenal silences the alarm. The clock costs $24, but that doesn't include the cost of buying that awesome crossbow you'll need to actually shoot Nerf bullets at it.
4. PowerUp Electric Paper Airplane Conversion Kit.
School just started back up and in classrooms everywhere mischievous paper artists are crafting an airplane for a few seconds of flight.
3D printing is everywhere these days. Some people are printing homemade guns, while others, like NYU student Marko Manriquez, are creating things like the Burritob0t, a 3D printer that prepares burritos.
Although popular burrito ingredients like shredded lettuce and chunky salsa can't be strained or liquified into printable ink, the Burritob0t is still an interesting look at the future of food-related inventions. There's currently not a price available for the Burritob0t, but Manriquez wants to open the device up to other developers.
Designer Si Chan's coat will keep you warm in the winter while making you feel loved. The coat features five clasped pairs of hands riding up the front in a simultaneous hug. The surreal-looking Hug Me jacket is currently in the prototype stage, but Chan would like to have it for sale online within the year for an estimated $1,270.
7. Lapka Organic Food Tester for iPhone
As demand grows for organic food, some more purist consumers may become wary of how organic their meals really are. To find out, Lapka created an iPhone plug-in and sensor that tests the "organicity" of a user's food by prodding it and searching for questionable additives. The curious eater will have to cough up $220 for the Lapka.