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  • Shannon Beaupre

    Razor Blog: 33 Awesome Inventions You Wish You'd Thought Of

  • manjeez

    crazy but real inventions | crazy inventions11 Crazy Inventions

  • Kalonni Tiffany

    The Hamster Shredder This useless device doesn't actually shred your hamster (no, no that would just be plain cruel; see gerballing) but this is a paper shredder plonked directly on to of yer wee furry friend's cage to supposedly save you time and effort. Or something?

  • Jon Timmis

    Love this hamster powered paper shredder...get rid of documents you don't need and make eco bedding for your pet!

  • Sean Ohlenkamp

    Hamster cage paper shredder

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