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Blood Bath Shower Gel
$8.99
Blood Bath Shower Gel
The blade flashes. The violins stab out freaky chords. The shower curtain is pulled off its rings - one by one. Chocolate syrup gets washed down the drain. And then Norman Bates needs to take a shower himself (filming a Hitchcock film is hard work, you know). Lucky for him, stashed away with his knife and wig, he has a bag of Blood Bath Shower Gel. And that means he'll not only get clean, but he'll have fun doing it. Blood Bath Shower Gel the perfect addition to your gory bathroom. It smells like cherry, cleans ya real good, feels and looks like extra thick blood, and has a rope to hang it from any nook or cranny of your shower. And hang it you will, because then the IV-styled blood bag will really show off its good looks. This crimson cleanser goes great with your Horror Movie Shower Curtain & Bath Mat (see below)! Blood Bath Shower Gel - it murders grime.
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Who Cut the Cheese?: A Cutting-Edge Way of Surviving Change by Shifting the Blame
$1.21
Who Cut the Cheese?: A Cutting-Edge Way of Surviving Change by Shifting the Blame
This long overdue parody of the Number One New York Times bestseller Who Moved My Cheese? is a frank and hilarious look at how we bite, kick, and scream our way through life. From the Publisher Aparody of the successful bestselling corporate guide, Who Cut the Cheese? is a parable for the post-nineties where the bull has stumbled, the bubble popped, and thousands of new dot-com upstarts are suddenly finding themselves pink-slipped faster than they can say Gouda. Those who want to survive must learn how to adapt to change, and the best way to adapt to change is to avoid it all together by blaming other people for your shortcomings. Whether it's your indigent parents or the intern in your office, there's always someone else there to take the blame for your stinky mess. Mason Brown has written the ultimate guide to surviving change in our lives by shifting blame onto others, namely the weaker and less fortunate. In a book that reflects our innate fear and loathing of change, Who Cut the Cheese? is the parable of two rats and two spiteful Puny People who find themselves trapped in a maze, fighting over a dwindling supply of constantly moving cheese. Unabashed self-interest reigns in this treacherous and shifting world where nothing can be relied upon, no one can be trusted, and little cubes of Jarlesburg and Polly-O are life's most precious rewards.
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Exercising the Penis
$29.95 $19.97
Exercising the Penis
To meet the demand for a quick and easy-to-read book on the growing art of penile exercising, author Aaron Kemmer spent over five years learning from doctors, experienced experts, and thousands of men who have built a bigger and harder penis using exercises. The result? Exercising the Penis teaches you how to increase your penis size. In a survey of nearly 1,000 men who used penis exercises for three or more months, the average size increase was one inch in length and one-half inch in girtha volumetric increase of nearly fifty percent. Yield harder, stronger, and longer lasting erections. In one study, men who exercised their penis had improved their erection strength just as much as men who took erection drugs. A healthier penis and penile vascular system will help you increase libido, create stronger orgasms, develop a healthier prostate, and more.
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The Redneck Way of Knowledge
$14.95 $10.92
The Redneck Way of Knowledge
This intoxicating book by the author of The Revolution of Little Girls combines autobiography, reporting, and the dressed-up lies we call fiction. An underground classic since its initial publication, it is the wildly funny personal testament of Blanche McCrary Boyd, sixties radical and born-againA Southerner, a lesbian with an un-P.C. passion for skydiving and stock-car racing, a graduate of Esalen and kundalini yoga who now takes her altered states raw, like oysters. The Redneck Way of Knowledge is about family reunions and kamikaze love affairs. It is about crashing an arts festival with two precociously decayed Charleston aristocrats and watching the Pope deliver Communion at Yankee Stadium. It is about the selves we try on and slough off on the way to becoming who we are. Throughout, Blanche Boyd travels the expressway between the realm of the senses and the state of grace, and reports on the journey in prose that combines riotous humor, diamond-hard intelligence, and savage lyricism.
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Chicken Poop for the Soul: Stories to Harden the Heart and Dampen the Spirit
$14.95 $10.92
Chicken Poop for the Soul: Stories to Harden the Heart and Dampen the Spirit
When you take the road less traveled, do you get lost? When bad things happen to other people, do you feel good? Do self-help books make you feel selfish and helpless? Congratulations, you're one of us. Here is the story of Step-Mother Teresa , who turned an orphanage in Calcutta into a sweatshop...and The True Meaning of Love , romance as seen from a stalker's point of view. Explore the positive side of feeling bad in The Joys of Depression . Learn the code of the urban teacher who vows I will never respond to a student's demands, no matter how outrageous, with the phrase 'Over my dead body.' Read the multimillion-dollar government study that discovered that the primary cause of anxiety in America is government studies. And, finally, learn the true secret of happiness.
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Geek Wisdom
$14.95 $12.99
Geek Wisdom
"""Don't panic."" Of course that saying is from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - everyone knows that. But did you also know Arthur C. Clarke thought it was the best advice for humankind? Or that when Yoda said, ""Fear leads to anger; anger leads to hate; hate leads to suffering . . . "" he was actually paraphrasing George Washington Carver? Behold, then, a tome full of learning - all based on quotes from famous geeks and geek pastimes (movies, comics, etc). Presenting: Geek Wisdom. Clearly, us geeks know something about life in the 21st century that other folks don't - something we all can learn from. Geek Wisdom takes as gospel some 200 of the most powerful and oft-cited quotes from movies (""Where we're going, we don't need roads""), television (""Now we know - and knowing is half the battle""), literature (""SPOON!""), games, science, the Internet, and more. Now these beloved pearls of modern-day culture have been painstakingly interpreted by a diverse team of hardcore nerds with their imaginations turned up to 11. Yes, this collection of mini-essays is by, for, and about geeks (but it's also a great primer for the geekily-challenged). Geek Wisdom is exactly what its title describes. Oh, and not to toot our own horn, but check out page 80 and the footnote on page 81. Okay, so we are tooting. Toot."
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