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Belfie Butt Selfie Stick

By: on January 11, 2015

If you (ladies) are going to take inordinate numbers of photos of your own self, you (ladies) may as well take them of the parts of your body I most enjoy looking at. The Belfie is a forthcoming butt selfie stick. Designed and calibrated for capturing ass shots with both perfection and ease, the Belfie takes the selfie stick one step, and up to 180 degrees, further with its bendable arm and Bluetooth shutter. Capture your perfectly taut and rounded apple bottom from any angle and with no mirror necessary.

Bring on the bachelorette back sides and Kim K nudie replicas!

Note: Belfie use is not intended for males, females over the age of 40 (unless pre-approved), or anyone who needs an extender rod to get her entire ass in the Belfie photo frame.

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Wobbling Willy - Your Face on a Dildo (NSFW)

Dudes, check out the Wobbling Willy's practical application for all those selfies you've been taking. Your face on a dildo. A way, way sexier (and more functional!) gift for your girlfriend than that framed dick pic you...

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Rocket Air Blaster

$11.16 from Amazon »

At first I was excited about the Rocket Air Blaster because I thought it was an updated version of the Stomp Rocket. Or maybe a handheld Stomp Rocket that shot its red lipstick right into my friend Cornelius' earhole...

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Shonin Streamcam Wearable Personal Security Camera

$169 - $259 from Shonin »

Who wants their very own cloud-connected bodycam? The Shonin Streamcam is a forthcoming wearable personal security camera that records goings-on in hi-res video and, via WiFi or cellular SIM, saves it directly to the...

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Mini CCTV Screw Camera

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It's a screw cam! No, not that kind...well. What you use it for is up to you, I guess. But I'm calling it a screw cam because this miniature CCTV camera looks like the piece of hardware--a simple screw just minding its...

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Pocketcopter - World's Smallest Flying Camera

$115 from indiegogo »

One way to take rad photos at unique angles is to climb on furniture and scale trees and hang from power lines. That's what Thomas, Mike, and Ricardo used to do. Until they broke one too many lamps and bones, at which...

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Podo Stick & Shoot Camera

$69 from Amazon »

Folders, multi-tools, and titanium toothpicks as EDC? Nah, the Podo Stick & Shoot Camera will get more daily use than all of those combined. Taking selfies, filming cat videos, and recording the shenanigans of airline...

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Nixie Flying Wearable Camera

By: Nixie »

The Nixie may be a ways from reality--and your wrist--but its live demo debut at CES 2016 proves it's a lot more than a few mockup drawings and some dude's dream (or, in this case, a dude and a dudette). The wearable...

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Lily Autonomous Drone Camera

By: Lily »

My friend Cornelius and I threw a Lily in the air once in 6th grade. She dropped like a sack of twice-baked bacon and brown butter potatoes. (Don't worry, there was a lake there to catch her.) But throw this Lily in the...

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Beastgrip Smartphone Camera Rig

$139.99 from Amazon »

If the grip is as beastly as the look of this smartphone camera rig, I think we've got a chicken dinner on the table tonight. The Beastgrip Pro is a universal lens adapter and rig system for your phone intended to give...

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Beoncam Removable 360 Wrist Camera

$99 - $149 from indiegogo »

Hey kids, watch the camera. And then un-watch it when you want to take a shot or record a vid with Beoncam's 360 panoramic / 190 hemispheric camera, a wearable that snaps in and out of its wrist strap, and is no bigger...

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Birdie GoPro Camera Launcher

$59 from Amazon »

I hope you got good aim because Birdie is about to take your selfies from point-and-shoot to toss-and-see-WTF-happens. Snap your GoPro HERO 3+, 4, or 5 inside its arcing white cage and launch the Birdie into the air to...

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Seek Thermal Camera for Smartphones

$249 - $299 from Amazon »

Detect infrared "light" on your iPhone or Android with Seek, a thermal imaging camera that can identify objects' emissions in both daylight and the black of night. It's an affordable gadget for consumers to dink around...