Stuff you don't want to miss at Neatorama this past week includes Jill Harness' post 8 Delightfully Geeky Wedding Proposals.
We had two contributions from Eddie Deezen: Elvis Presley and His Animals last Sunday and What Groucho Ate on Friday.
The Annals of Improbable Research gave us a poem in the style of Dr. Seuss with Horton Sees a Pluto.
Keith Moon, Bathroom Bomber came to us from Uncle John's Bathroom Reader.
And from mental_floss magazine, we learned The Surprisingly Cool History of Ice.
In the What Is It? game this week, the object in question is a salt pulverizer, for breaking up salt in a shaker. You can see several more patent sketches for it at the What Is It? blog. Strangely, no one guessed the correct answer. But a t-shirt from the NeatoShop goes to theoneoneandonly, who posited that this was for hurting parents’ bare feet before Lego bricks were produced for the same purpose. Wrong, but funny, so it's a winner!
Check out these Fathers Day classics from The Best of Neatorama: Life Lessons my Dad Taught Me and 12 Impressively Active Animal Fathers.
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