Tired, aching feet after a night of partying in heels? That’s no problem with the RollaSole vending machine, situated in several nightclubs and casinos. It dispenses comfy ballet flats, which come with a bag to pop your other shoes into. Then the next time you go out, you can just bring them along in your purse — they can be rolled up to fit inside.
Mmm, mashed potatoes. These mashed potato vending machines are apparently quite popular at 7-Eleven stores in Singapore. The hot mash comes topped with gravy.
The Let’s Pizza vending machine doesn’t just dispense pre-made pizza. It actually kneads the pizza dough, spreads on the sauce, and adds your choice of 3 toppings. All in 2 and a half minutes!
Kids who were lucky enough to have cable television in the 90s were treated to the wonderful selection of Nicktoons on the Nickelodeon network. “Rugrats” originally premiered on August 11, 1991 and the quirky antics of talking babies made it an instant hit. The orginal series stopped in 1993, but new episodes were produced again from 1997-2004.
"Animaniacs" is arguably the most underappreciated cartoon of the 1990s. The entertaining trio of Yakko, Wakko, and Dot starred along with an ensemble cast of characters to form this skit-based cartoon that debuted on September 13, 1993. The show was filled with clever jokes, pop culture references, and educational segments.
"Dexter’s Laboratory" is a quirky comedy that aired on Cartoon Network from April 27, 1996 through November 20, 2003. This amusing cartoon followed the adventures of an egomaniacal boy genius and his ditzy sister. It was created by Genndy Tartakovsky, who went on to create "The Powerpuff Girls" and "Samurai Jack".
Luckily, the vampire squid was not given it’s name because it sucks blood. But it is still pretty scary! It has the largest eyes, proportional to it’s body, of any other marine animal. It is about 6 inches in length, lives at about 3,000 feet in depth and was given it’s name due to it’s red color, cloak like webbing and tooth like spikes on it’s tentacles which it uses for defense.
The Fangtooth is aptly named since it has the longest teeth, proportionately, of any other fish in the ocean. This fish is also known as the ogrefish and lives very deep in the ocean, at depths up to 16,000 feet. Don’t worry, it’s actually harmless, especially since it is only 6 inches long. It only looks horrifying!
The frilled shark is considered a living fossil because it closely resembles some species that were around during the time of the dinosaurs. It is about 6 feet long and lives at a depth of about 5,000 feet, making it rarely seen by humans, which is a good thing! It is thought to capture it’s prey in a similar manner to snakes, by bending it’s body, lunging forward and swallowing it’s food whole.