There is no need to explain the frustration parents can have due to the amount of candy and chocolate kids consume these days. So, what would you say if we told you that you could place a pile of candy on top of the kitchen counter and no one would touch it?
These chocolate rocks are designed so well, that no kid would ever attempt to try them. So, no candy for the kids and more candy for us.
A Pair of Pizza
You know when you order a pizza, you have already calculated two slices each, it arrives flaming hot, and then, just as you start separating the first slice, you realize that the pizza people didn't cut the slices properly? Now you are stuck with four big slices, two ripped slices, and three hungry kids.
These scissors will bring your frustration to an end. No need to rely on the pizza people anymore. With these, all slices will be equal in size, and everyone will be happy.
Chips and Dip
Here’s an ingenious way to serve appetizers. It’s got a sleek design and is fully functional. Made of light bamboo, the product is stylish enough to fit any table décor. The top bowl, filled with dipping sauce, makes it a pretty and easy serving option.
Imagination is the only limit when it comes to ways to make serving food enticing.
The Louvre Abu Dhabi
Seawater meets the Abu Dhabi Louvre museum and surrounds it. The structure was built into the sea. To accomplish it, the contractor had to erect temporary sea walls. Another highlight of French architect Jean Nouvel’s masterpiece is a massive dome that is perforated with shapes that partially light the interior with the sun’s light.
Artificial lighting makes up the rest. French museums like the Louvre will loan art to Abu Dhabi.
The Courteous Plug
As long as it gets the upper outlet, this plug is made to stay out of the way. Can’t really say why this idea wasn’t invented many moons ago and has been standard by now, but voila, here it is.
It’s like it was made out of sheer politeness, merely to give room to any plug that is sharing the socket. It’s the thought that counts.