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Pac-Man Shot Glass 4-Pack
$14.99
Pac-Man Shot Glass 4-Pack
In 1999, Billy Mitchell stunned the gaming world by playing the very first verified perfect game of Pac-Man. A perfect game consists of playing the first 255 levels, eating every pill, pellet, fruit, and ghost, without losing a single life, and then eating as many pellets as possible on the last level by eating all but one, and then sacrificing a life, thus resetting the last level, then repeat until you're out of lives. This jams your score at 3,333,360 points, and makes you the envy of all geeks everywhere. To make that kind of achievement, your mind has to slip, zen like, into a trance-like state. You must become one with the game, flowing from pellet to pellet, slipping past ghosts like water around a rock. You must focus, and make the game everything... your entire world. You must see floating cherries in your dreams, eat power pellets for breakfast, and surround yourself in the maze. We can't help you in the dreams department - our Mesmermatic 5000 dream induction device hasn't reached human testing trials, yet, we've heard that a shot of certain beverages can loosen you up and help you achieve a more zen state. Let us know how that works for you. Product Specifications Shot glasses featuring Pac-Man and ghosts Classy black shot glasses with colorful artwork Inky, Blinky, Clyde, and Pac-Man (Pinky bailed on the photo shoot) Drink responsibly: you'll never beat the game if your brain is pickled! Love your shot glasses: Hand wash for longest artwork life Material: Ceramic
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Pac-Man Pint Glass 2-Pack
$16.99
Pac-Man Pint Glass 2-Pack
Ever have a house guest that you regretted inviting over? For us, that guest was Pac-Man. For starters, he insisted only showing up after dark. Then, after we went to bed, we heard him stalking the halls all night. Not sure if he was sleepwalking or what, but he sure was noisy! The next morning, he was nowhere to be found. Oh, and all our food was gone. And our chinchilla. WTF, dude? At least ol' Pac left our glassware alone. He must get all the liquid he needs from the things he eats. If you need some sweet, arcade-inspired glassware, wokka-wokka yourself right to the BUY NOW button and these can be yours. Product Specifications Set of 2 pint glasses featuring Pac-Man Classy black with brightly colored creatures One glass features a Pac-Man level, the other is more of a fun design Love your glasses: hand wash for longest artwork life
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Water Powered Clock
$11.99 $6.99
Water Powered Clock
OK, so generating electrical power from water might not require quantum math, but it is pretty darn interesting. And it's nice to see science and engineering play nice together to bring folks like you an attractive desktop clock that is powered solely on water (or really any electrolytic fluid like soda, coffee, BAWLS or even Beer). We would be civilized to only call you moronic if you bought this clock and used BAWLS to power it, but in the end you are the music maker, you are the dreamer of dreams and I suppose we would just have to respect that decision. The water clock will display the time and date in clear easy to read numbers just moments after you fill the liquid reservoirs in the back with the liquid of your choice. We've had ours running for weeks so far and the water levels have barely descended and we haven't had to refill it at all. How does it work? Magic mostly. And a little bit of science too. The internal converter simply extracts electrons from water (or other liquid) molecules and provides a steady stream of electrical current acting as a fuel cell to generate power to the clock. Attractively packaged with translucent blue siding and a mirrored front. You can even use the water reservoirs on the back to hold flowers! But guess what? Flowers aren't included! Neither are batteries! Neither is the water! Sad? Here, giving you the dimensions should make you happier: 6" x 4" x 2 1/2". Now buy one.
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