Here's what I'm rounding up this week:
Design Your Own Heels with Shoes of Prey
Shoes of Prey is kind of addicting. It lets you design your own heels (pick styles, shapes, heel type, materials, colors, adornments and more) in a 3D workspace and you can actually buy them! Full disclosure: they are pretty expensive (starting at $180 for flats) but playing around is free!
The 90s Are All That on TeenNick
Since my generation has been nostalgic since we were in diapers, Nickelodeon has done their duty and presented us with The 90s Are All That on TeenNick starting at midnight every night. Favorites like Pete & Pete, All That, Salute Your Shorts, Clarissa Explains It All and Doug are presented by lovable 90s relic Stick Stickly, and it seems he's aged right along with us, even going so far as to make an Angry Beavers joke - and it's not about the cartoon.
Coca Cola Freestyle
This is a really nerdy thing to get excited about, but this MAGICAL SODA MACHINE FROM OUTER SPACE offers over 100 drink options and a fancy touch screen. It totally feels like the kind of crazy "push a button and get food" machine we were expecting to have "in the future" when we were little, except we obviously aren't taking our flying cars to get there (still waiting...). Peach Sprite? Yup. Raspberry Coke? Sure thing. Vanilla Root Beer? PUT IT IN ME. Find one near you on their website!
Altered Vintaged Photos from Frighten on Etsy
This Etsy shop will have you thinking 'Oh, what a beautiful family portrait! Wait, is that a pug in a suit?' or 'My, that cat with a mustache sure looks distinguished'. Vintage portraits are updated to include odd elements like animals in suits and a hair-do full of skulls in the altered reality offered by Frighten.
Mariachi Band Serenades a Beluga Whale
Watch this puff faced cutie shake a tail fin to the tunes of a three piece Mariachi band. Why do beluga whales always look like cartoon characters?!