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Adventure Time Plush
$12.99 $7.79
Adventure Time Plush
"Adventure Time is a little hard to explain to people who haven't seen it yet. You could be like, ""Well, it's the adventures of a boy and his dog,"" but that doesn't even begin to scratch the surface. ""A boy and his dog"" describes things like Old Yeller, Lassie, and Family Guy, all of which are drastically different and not at all like Adventure Time. Besides, none of those dogs play the viola (which our copywriter monkey has to say is the best instrument ever). If you're a fan of the adventures of Finn, Jake, and friends, you'll want to pick up these plush toys. Take them on your adventures, snuggle with them while you watch TV, or have Jake critique your performance while you're practicing your viola. And really, you should be practicing your viola. That sonata isn't going to play itself. Product Specifications For Ages 6 Years and Up WARNING: Choking hazard. Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 years of age 10"" plush from the show Adventure Time Go on your own adventures with them or snuggle them while you watch TV Choose: Finn or Jake"
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Jim Henson's Labyrinth Worm Plush
$29.99
Jim Henson's Labyrinth Worm Plush
What a night. Her parents leave her to babysit her little brother, never bothering to ask if she had plans. Goblins come and take the poor boy away. And then, Sarah finds herself outside the Labyrinth, tasked with finding her way to the center or losing her baby brother forever! David Bowie sure can be mean. Once inside the Labyrinth, the first creature she meets is only referred to as "The Worm" (and no complaining, because she met Hoggle outside the Labyrinth)...
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Electronic Rolling Laughing Monkey
$14.99 $11.99
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.
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