breadou realistic soft and squeezable glazed doughnut, bun, bread load computer wrist rest

Mmm.. these colourful glazed donuts look good enough to eat but please don’t! Made from NASA memory foam, they are actually soft and squeezable computer keyboard wrist rests which look (and smell) uncannily like the real thing! From Breadou, these fun items which double as stress reliever  also come in other shapes such as bun and french loaf. Yum!

breadou realistic soft and squeezable glazed doughnut computer wrist rest

Available at thebreadou.com

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Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland

To be released in March 2010, Tim Burton’s remake of Alice’s adventure in Wonderland will see Alice revisiting Wonderland 7 years later as a 17 year old. Relative unknown Mia Wasikowska plays Alice and Johnny Depp (predictably) plays the Mad Hatter.

Johnny Depp as Mad Hatter in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland

Here’s Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen, complete with oversized head. No wonder she’s obsessed with cutting people’s heads off!

Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen in Alice in wonderland

The new White Queen is played by Anne Hathaway but Carol Channing will always be the White Queen for me. I’ve probably watched the 1985 TV movie Alice Through the Looking Glass a couple hundred times (specifically scenes with Carol in it) as a child. My brother and I loved to do impressions of her repeatedly, voice, kooky movements and all, much to our mum’s annoyance!

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June 24th, 2009

Groovy, Barbie!

I’m loving the retro style of these Pop Life Barbie Dolls, complete with mod eye makeup.
Barbie collectors Pop Life™ Barbie® Doll

Oh! And will you just look at this Vera Wang Bride The Romanticist dress? Love the lace details and mermaid cut. Of course, you’ll have to have Barbie’s figure to look this good!

Barbie Collector Vera Wang™ Bride: The Romanticist Barbie® Doll

Collector Barbie dolls available for online purchase at barbiecollector.com,  pictures by Mattel, Inc.

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