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Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge
We assume that the TARDIS probably has a kitchen in it somewhere, created at the behest of a companion, of course. It's pretty rare that we see the Doctor sitting down to a meal, unless he's assessing the palate of his new incarnation. Fish fingers and custard FTW! You may not be a companion (yet!) but that doesn't mean the TARDIS can't land in your home, office, or home office. The Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge holds a six-pack of 12-ounce cans, so you'll always have a cold drink close at hand...
Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver of the 10th Doctor
We here at ThinkGeek HQ just can't get enough Doctor Who. We all dress like different incarnations of the good Doctor, we pal around with robotic dogs, and some of us even sleep in our TARDIS (won it in a really strange poker tournament two years ago). So you can imagine how we danced with joy when we saw this Sonic Screwdriver set. Ready to handle a Time Lord's tool? Each Sonic Screwdriver feels just perfect...
The Amazing Desktop Dinosaur Plant
This one-of-a-kind plant has lived on the Earth for over 290 million years and has the ability to “come back to life” (much like the undead) over and over again for hundreds of years! Simply place this seemingly dead ball of foliage in water and within hours it transforms into a vibrant green blood-sucking evergreen. Ok, we are kidding about the blood-sucking part...
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"""
Lil' Vampire Pacifier
When our copywriter monkey's brother was a baby, he had a biting problem. He just loved sinking his brand new teeth into anything and anyone available and he especially loved the tender flesh of the human neck. And so, geekling Brian went through life chomping on anyone who dared cuddle him. He would probably have escalated to vampirism if not for one angel of a woman at the grocery store. Mid-dairy-aisle, Brian sunk his razor sharp baby teeth into his mother's neck, causing her to cry out. The woman moved in with advice. "Bite him back," she said. Brian's mom looked skeptical. "Seriously," the woman said. "He won't learn unless you bite him back." Mom sunk her teeth into Brian's tender baby neck. He cried, he screamed, and he never bit anyone ever again. Do you have a noisy baby or one you feel may grow up to drink the blood of mortals? This pacifier is the way to go. It features luscious red lips and a full set of teeth including sharp canines for sucking the blood of the living. Our lawyers say we must tell you that ThinkGeek is not responsible if your geekling grows up to be one of the undead (but we are grateful because that means they can be one of our customers for centuries!).