Welcome Rohfun Site Blog

Howdy. Welcome to RohFun All in OneSite! RohFun, i build this site. i got no purpose. i just wan to share with u. and here have what i know. Thanks for viewing. Thanks for join http://www.rohfun.com/blog

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Don’t Smoke It!: Lighter Looks Like Cigarette

This $1.50 lighter from DealExtreme is in form factor of a regular sized cigarette and can set stuff on fire. Including, but limited to: cigarettes, spliffs, joints, hair, your sister’s Barbies, cologne, fireworks and witches. I jest, there’s no such thing as witches. Isn’t that right, sorceress? Also, is it true what they say about a sorceress’s nipples — they can shoot flames?

More: RohFun

Filed under Entertainment 3 comments [Edit Post] Ads by AdClickMedia Robotic hookers folks, robotic hookers. Marinate on that one for a second whi

Robotic hookers folks, robotic hookers. Marinate on that one for a second while I down this zucchini bread. Then, I’ll be back to discuss the moral ramifications of banging a robot.

more: RohFun

Happy spider


Mr. Bean Avatars Photo

Mr. Bean Avatars Photo

More: Rohfun (People Avatars (34 Photos)

Obama After Using Fair & Lovely

Obama After Using The Cream
Via: RohFun


Jet Bike
This bike is a jet power bike, called FAIYATORIKKUBOBU by the Japan company Rintendo. Wow, Cool, it is not a toy! You can ride it like a regular bike. if you want to speed up, it has 4,4 HP, and featuring one liter jet fuel for seven minutes continuous ‘flying’(specs check out the link(Japanese)). It is on sale for one million (about $10,000 USD!!).

Labels: , , , , , ,

Best Eclipse Photo Ever!

Actually, this isn’t just one photograph — it’s a composite of 31 different images, taken in the shadow of the solar eclipse that passed over Asia and parts of the Pacific back in July for 6 minutes and 39 seconds. That’s the longest solar eclipse anyone on Earth will witness this century; a longer one isn’t coming until 2132. Mathematician and eclipse photographer Miloslav Druckmüller didn’t waste a second of it, positioned with a team of colleagues on Enewetak Atoll in the South Pacific, which just happens to be where the first hydrogen bomb was tested by the United States back in 1952. (Sounds like the setup to an un-aired episode of Lost, but anyway.)

The photo shows the solar corona that make up the sun’s “atmosphere” in glorious detail. Its whorls and loops extend millions of miles into space, are nearly 200 times hotter than the visible surface of the sun, and yet aren’t nearly as bright (by a factor of something like a million), hence, we can only see them during eclipses. I love the delicate beauty of this photo, and how it makes various features of the corona so plainly visible, like the difference in activity around its polar regions, as well as the dim, cratered surface of the moon. Ain’t the universe purdy?

[Photo via Scientific American.]


Our newest snarky Cindy forwarded us this fantastically snarky pair of shoes. We had to share!