This device allows you to have the most relaxing boat trip ever. At least until you accidentally shift a little too far in the hammock, causing everything to tip over. Hammocks always find a way to go from relaxation to panic in a matter of moments.
Thanks to duct tape, you can use your tablet in bed without straining your arm. It's just further proof that duct can do anything. Well, anything except lift you out of bed and force you to start your day.
You may not have realized this, but most bikes have unused space that could be used to store picnic supplies and/or alcohol. And if you really wanted to, you could install some really tiny compartments in between the spokes of the tires. But that would require some next-level engineering.
This is a great way to prepare a bunch of marshmallows for S'mores all at once. In addition, you could probably also use this device for something else, such as putting a bunch of leaves into a pile. But that doesn't sound like nearly as much fun.
This homemade device serves two purposes. First of all, it's something that can come in handy when making long road trips that take you through the middle of nowhere. And second, it probably keeps kids on skateboards from pulling a Marty McFly on the back of your car.
What's more amazing? Someone coming up with this method to fill up a water jug? Or finding a water fountain that doesn't produce the tiniest of streams, forcing you to put your mouth right next to the faucet in order to get a drink?
If you've got a bunch of extra water bottles lying around, don't just throw them into a landfill. Remember to put them where they belong, in the recycle bin. Or, even better, you can poke a bunch of holes in them and make this happen.
Some hedges are just too high to reach with traditional hedge trimmers. Sure, you could get a ladder in order to reach the top. However, clearly the simplest solution is to use your own personal crane to lift up your riding lawn mower.
We all know that Apple is responsible for some innovative engineering, resulting in things like the Mac and the iPhone. But, as it turns out, just regular apples can inspire innovative engineering as well.
The problem with a horse-drawn carriage isn't that they move relatively slow, or that animals don't necessarily want to spend their time dragging you around. It's that seats are stiff and uncomfortable. Finally, that one problem has been solved!
On the positive side, this lawn mower doesn't leave a bunch of extra grass clippings lying around when you're done. On the negative side, in place of those grass clippings is several piles of rabbit droppings. So it probably all evens out.