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No, not a spoof viral for an upcoming zombie apocalypse flick but the gleeful and terrifying promo for armament developer G2 Research’s new and highly controversial Radically Invasive Projectile, the G2 RIP, released early this year – a bullet featuring tiny knife-like ‘trocars’ that penetrate and shred flesh.

Initially marketed at women in the home as a ‘one-shot man-stopper’, it’s designed to take out ‘all vital organs’, creating a massive exit wound in the process.


(H/T: Andrew Sheridan)


With the imminent arrival of Grand Theft Auto V, this mod by indirivacua adds a range of zoo animals plus a large homicidal dancing duck to the Liberty City streetscape.

Previously: Grand Theft Piano


A  playable Tetris game inside a real pumpkin with 128 LED pixels and the stem of the pumpkin doubling as a controller.

Here’s how it was made.


Broadsheet Pumpkin Challenge To Broadsheet@broadsheet.ie

(Hat tip: Aaron McAllorum)

Microsoft recently teamed up with West Coast Customs to create ‘Project Detroit’ – a 2012 Mustang fitted with a 1967 fastback body and neon lighting (top).

Not to be outdone, fellow Californians Team Turbo Legacy and SS Customs have unleashed the incredibly loud Tron Camaro.

Who ya got?


Shave Gaza flotilla-style indentations into the shafts of two chopsticks, add the spring from any wooden or plastic clothespeg and you’ll be picking up individual grains of rice like a boss.

Eh, in Gocek.


Ryoichi ‘Keroppy’ Maeda helps Tokyo’s “freaks for the night” get into character by dripping saline into their foreheads for two hours while they depress the center of the swelling, creating the signature “bagelhead” look.

So you’re the man responsible for bringing it to the masses. How does the whole process work?
It’s quite easy – we use medical saline solution and using infusion we pump it into the forehead for about two hours, or until it’s ready.

Two hours! Fucking hell. How long does it last?
Just one night. The body absorbs it over time so by the next morning it just goes back to normal. We enjoy being freaks for the night, ha ha.

Does the skin ever start to sag?
No. Everyone I know who has done it, no matter how many times, their skin has gone back to exactly how it was before.

MORE: Japanese Bagelheads (Vice Style)