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Aqua End Table 15 Gallon Aquarium
$699.95 $669.29
Aqua End Table 15 Gallon Aquarium
Thrillingly creative square table aquariumSolid square 3/8-inch beveled glass topBlack acrylic pedestal base hides filtersIlluminated from beneath blue glass gravelHolds 15 gallons of fresh water. We love this. We want this. We can't believe no one thought of this before! The Aqua End Table Aquarium is creative from top to bottom: the 3/8-inch beveled glass top is illuminated by light shining through the sparkling glass gravel on the bottom. It definitely sets a sensuous mood. Included black acrylic base hides away the silent filters and pump. Decorative plants and blue glass gravel are all included. Did we mention we want this?
Hayneedle.com
Bacon Scented Air Freshener
$3.99 $1.49
Bacon Scented Air Freshener
Everyone talks about that "new car smell." But sometimes new cars smell kinda stinky. Now, that "new bacon smell" - freshly cooked and sizzling - now that's a smell we love every time it hits our olfactory receptors. It's like if you built a castle out of pure diamond and floated it up on a cloud and you could only get there via jetpack that fired out rainbows. Yeah, the smell of freshly cooked bacon is like that. And now you can make any space smell like meat with the Bacon Scented Air Freshener. Look - it even kinda looks like bacon. And it smells like bacon. And you can hang it anywhere you want to smell bacon - just use the hanging string. Each Bacon Scented Air Freshener will make you remember the times you've munched bacon and how happy you were. Seriously, though, the Bacon Scented Air Freshener - it's an air freshener that smells like bacon. What more do you need to know? Bacon Scented Air Freshener It hangs up and smells like bacon. Perfect for your car, dorm, office, or anywhere else you want to smell meat. Includes a handy hanging string. Dimensions: approx 4" tall.
ThinkGeek
USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
$19.99 $7.99
USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
The shared refrigerator in your office cools a lot of stuff. Food, science experiments once known as food, and your secret stash... of drinks. But you never want an entire case of soda at once. You just need one can. Plug in this small single-can beverage cooler/warmer into a USB port and keep a can on your desk for when you really need it. The LED Beverage Cooler is retro styled and has a small blue LED inside. So add a little style to your desk and keep your drink cold at the same time...
ThinkGeek
Doctor Who Cell Phone Alert Charms
$9.99
Doctor Who Cell Phone Alert Charms
"If there is one thing the Doctor hates, it's missing a call on his cell phone. And sometimes, he's in a place where he has to be very quiet and sneak about so he doesn't get seen. Lucky for him, then, that whilst traveling the universe he found a little shop selling baby Daleks and Cybermen - really tiny, pocket-sized Daleks and Cybermen. They were too small to cause any harm, but they did have one curious feature. When exposed to certain frequencies, they would spin in a circle and cause random lights to flash. The good Doctor knew he had a powerful tool at his disposal so he bought a ton of the little creatures and disappeared into his workshop. When he emerged, he had invented the Dalek Cell Phone Alert Charm. Later, by popular demand of folks who were a little creeped out by Daleks and Cybermen, he used the same technology to reproduce his trusty vehicle, the TARDIS. Just hang one off your jacket, computer bag, navel ring, etc., and any time you get a call on your cell phone, your very own Dalek, Cyberman, or TARDIS will spin around and little lights will flash near its base. It's just that simple. So, anytime you have to leave your cell phone on ""silent,"" just watch your charm to see if you have an incoming call. 'But hey,' you are wondering, 'Didn't you just say the Doctor invented these things? Then how did ThinkGeek get them to sell to me?' Let's just say we have friends all over the universe..."
ThinkGeek
Organ Transport Lunch Cooler
$12.99 $4.99
Organ Transport Lunch Cooler
Perhaps you've heard this story before? You spend the time to prepare an awesome lunch, and carry it with you to work only to find that, when the lunch whistle sounds, some filthy thief raided your tupperware and has stolen your juice-box. Sure, there are plenty of ways to combat the dreaded lunch thief. You can leave passive-aggressive notes, but those only get laughed at. You can resort to shelf-stable items that require no refrigeration, but they kinda suck...
ThinkGeek
Mind Hacks
$24.95 $9.99
Mind Hacks
The brain is a fearsomely complex information-processing environment--one that often eludes our ability to understand it. At any given time, the brain is collecting, filtering, and analyzing information and, in response, performing countless intricate processes, some of which are automatic, some voluntary, some conscious, and some unconscious. And, it's squishy. Mind Hacks is a collection of probes into the moment-by-moment works of the brain. Using cognitive neuroscience, these experiments, tricks, and tips related to vision, motor skills, attention (we at ThinkGeek have very good attention spa…ooh, a butterfly), cognition, subliminal perception, and more throw light on how the human brain works. Each hack examines specific operations of the brain. By seeing how the brain responds, we pick up clues about the architecture and design of the brain, learning a little bit more about how the brain is put together. Among the 100 hacks in this book, you'll find: Release Eye Fixations for Faster Reactions See Movement When All is Still Feel the Presence and Loss of Attention Detect Sounds on the Margins of Certainty Mold Your Body Schema Test Your Handedness See a Person in Moving Lights Make Events Understandable as Cause-and-Effect Boost Memory by Using Context Understand Detail and the Limits of Attention
ThinkGeek
Ominous Visitor Shower Curtain
$17.99 $13.49
Ominous Visitor Shower Curtain
Driving through the countryside is a tradition in America. The open road is freedom, and pointing your nose to the horizon and going where destiny takes you can be an exhilarating experience. But when a long day of driving is done, visitors passing through Anytown, USA, often stop at roadside motels for the night, with a promise of a warm bed, soft pillow and a clean shower. The innkeepers are often charming people - kind, attentive, ever watchful... there for your every need. You may not even know that they're there. Watching. Waiting. Sometimes with a knife. You know, in case you need to carve a roast or something... in the shower. Those innkeepers are almost scary in their ability to surprise you with their generous hospitality. To that end, this PVC shower curtain is sure to remind you of such travels, that time when the innkeeper surprised your girlfriend in the shower, and the horrible bloody aftermath.
ThinkGeek
Periodic BaCoN V-Neck Babydoll
$14.99 $9.99
Periodic BaCoN V-Neck Babydoll
"Seems like everyone has a different way of eating these days. Just at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ we have the carnivores, the pescatarians, the vegetarians, the vegans, and then there's our copywriter monkey who claims to be 100% vegetarian 80% of the time, which requires higher math when we pick a lunch place. Then there was this one guy we met who said he was vegetarian up until the point he smelled bacon cooking. So periodically, he was what we like to call bacontarian. We suggest bacontarianism as an alternative to your already presumably alternative eating habits. Plus, it kind of sounds like a religion. So when someone asks what you believe in, you can say, ""Bacon."" The chemical formula for bacon (okay, it's not... but it SPELLS bacon... we do NOT recommend you attempt to eat this combination of elements), Barium, Cobalt, and Nitrogen, printed with their atomic properties in white on a deep heather babydoll (fitted) v-neck t-shirt."
ThinkGeek