Swarovski House of Cats - Ines
Fashionable and feline, Ines gleams in Shadow crystal with her contrasting ears and tail in the darker shades of Morion crystal. Her blue Aquamarine crystal eyes with black printed pupils fill with pride as she poses elegantly with her Dark Gray Pearl necklace. Not intended for children 15 and under.
by Swarovski Crystal
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Electronic Rolling Laughing Monkey
Here at ThinkGeek, we know a lot about monkeys. Not the kind of monkeys in the zoo, rather the ones who code and the robotic type that work diligently in our warehouse every day. Being fans of monkeys it seemed only natural that we would sell a Rolling Laughing Monkey. Of course this would ultimately become our downfall as giggling simians took over our office. At first we were smiling and laughing along with these insane beasts... but after a while we began to go slowly insane ourselves as the rolling and crazy laughing permeated the halls of ThinkGeek. Any sound or movement triggers the Rolling Laughing Monkey into action, so watch what you do if you take one of these monkeys home. Of course when showing this toy to real monkeys they became greatly offended and claimed that actual monkeys do not laugh insanely and the product only served to provide a negative stereotype of monkeys in general.
$11.99 $14.99 (- 20%)
Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl
"We love goldfish, but alas, we're also lazy and forget to feed the little dudes. And we're ever so tired of all the toilet bowl funerals. That was just a joke to mention toilets, as we would never fail to feed our fishy friends. But what if there was an easier way to enjoy a goldfish without having to worry about food? There is (huzzah!) and it is the Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl. Playing with your new Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl is super easy. Put fresh batteries into the top, push the base decoration into the bowl, fill the bowl with water, and put the top back on. Tap the top and the fishy ""swims"" around - looking quite alive. There's even an LED light show that morphs from one color to another for the perfect relaxing fishy mood. All you have to feed your Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl is batteries, and it will love you as much as a piece of plastic can love a human. Forever! Never again will you have to write ""RIP Cap'n Goldikins"" on your toilet. We salute you, Cap'n. Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl Just like a real fish, it ""swims around."" But unlike a real fish, you never need to feed it! Real glass bowl - just add batteries and water (both not included). Three Modes: Demo - Fish swims for 30 seconds with lights (button must be pressed first). Play - Fish swims for 90 seconds with lights. E.P. - Fish swims for 5 minutes with lights. Includes: Glass bowl, fish unit, and base decoration. Batteries: 3 x AA Dimensions: approx. 7.5"" x 4.5"" x 7.9"""
Star Trek Interactive Tribbles
In the 23rd century, an enterprising trader named Cyrano Jones procured an interesting and adorable little creature. These tiny furry beasties had a calming effect on the nervous systems of humanoids - well most humanoids, anyway. They were called tribbles. These tribbles, when they're not busy being cute and purring, were prodigious breeders. As one country-doctor once quipped, "Well, the nearest thing that I can figure is that they're born pregnant - which appears to be quite a time-saver!" In fact, their ability to multiply is so incredible, they can fill an entire cargo hold in three days - that's one million, seven-hundred seventy-one thousand, five hundred sixty one tribbles... assuming one tribble with an average litter of ten producing a new generation every twelve hours. That's some impressive breeding, right there. It would make any man want to high-five any tribble, except tribbles don't have arms. These tribbles, however, are genetically altered to be sterile. In fact, ThinkGeek will guarantee that, should our tribbles somehow begin to multiply, we will dispatch someone to remove the infestation from your starship or space-station - even if it takes seventeen-point-nine years.