Bodum Pavina 12 Oz. Double Walled Tea for One Glass with Infuser
Tea for. you! Enjoy your favorite brew solo with the genius of Bodum, a sweat-free, drip-free pavina glass with silicone lid and plastic filter that let you steep and serve all in one place. The double-walled borosilicate glass is always cool to the touch and the handy silicone lid doubles as a heat trapper and saucer for the infuser when you're busy sipping away.
Personal Pie Factory
It is our humble opinion that, despite the wonders of donuts, and the sublime simplicity of cupcakes, one dessert reigns supreme. The pie. Nothing beats a pie's masterful combinations of sweet and salty, and moist and flaky. A delicious firm crust surrounding the filling of your choice is the perfect capper to any special occasion. Aye, but there's the rub, isn't it? We only seem to make pies for special occasions, and that's just wrong. Pies can be hard to do right - you have to channel Betty Freaking Crocker to do it, sometimes. Plus, if you're making pie, you have to make pie for the group. Sure, there are probably a few of us here at ThinkGeek that would love to just sit down with a fork and a whole 9 inch pie, and gorge on it by ourselves, but there lies shame. Sweet, delicious shame. And so, we suffer through the lengthy periods after major holidays where we wait for an excuse to make pie, again. An excuse? We don't need no stinking excuse! We saw a need, and that need was for simple and single-sized pies that can be made at the drop of a hat. The solution came in this perfect little kitchen gadget right here. The Personal Pie Factory simplifies the process. Start with pie dough (nothing wrong with store-bought frozen dough), and your favorite fillings. Almost anything can work! Whole berries, canned cherries, pumpkin pie filling...! Oh, yeah. Close the lid, and in less than 10 minutes, you've got pie. And they're little bitty pies, too! Just enough for one, so now you can eat the whole pie by yourself, and the stigma for doing so can take a hike. Features Cooks up 4 delicious mini pies in under 10 minutes Nonstick surface for easy removal and cleanup You supply the dough and the filling 5.9 x 9.3 x 11 inches
"Nobody was quite sure what caused it. An alien pathogen riding the tail of Halley's Comet? Some government ""rage"" virus? Radiation from a downed satellite? Your guess is as good as ours, but one thing's for sure - the dead are rising, and they are hungry for your brains. It's a post-zombie world, and if we want to live in it, we have to learn to live with them. Everybody walks around with large caliber weapons, swords, and cricket bats now, but every now and again you see the so-called ""domesticated"" zombies. These de-toothed and chained shamblers are useful for all sorts of tasks - from carrying your groceries to scaring off those nasty neighborhood kids. Now, of course it's illegal to sell reanimated corpses, so we've had to rely on resin facsimiles to stand in for a frightening visage of death. Watching over your garden is a monstrous shambler, pale, vile and seemingly hungry! Of course, you know better! He's just a terrifying statue! From mid-torso up, he ""rises"" out of your freshly tilled and mulched begonias ready to devour the brains of the next interloper he comes across. Guaranteed to scare away any trespasser, without the headaches of accidentally releasing a real zombie. All those complications, bodies, and police forms - who needs the hassle? Your fresh resin Garden Zombie comes packed in three pieces, and assembles in seconds!"
Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia
General William Tecumseh Sherman has been called "the first modern general." Not only was he a tremendous military commander, he also was very fertile (8 kids . . . dang). He was admired by many, including one of his lieutenants (and naturalist) James Wolverton, who named a Giant Sequoia after him. And that Giant Sequoia is now the world's largest tree. And guess what? Maybe you can grow one to rival General Sherman. Just get yourself a Grow Your Own World's Largest Tree kit...
Capt. Jules' Extraordinary Telescope Ring
We love steampunk style. The tiny top hats, the goggles (they do nothing!), the corsets, the leather, the crazy weapons. We love that there's no canon, no official characters to cosplay, so you're free to let your imagination go wild when designing a costume. We're calling this amazing accessory Captain Jules' Extraordinary Telescope Ring, named after... well, actually, we just made him up...
Canned Unicorn Meat by ThinkGeek
Excellent source of sparkles! Unicorns, as we all know, frolic all over the world, pooping rainbows and marshmallows wherever they go. What you don't know is that when unicorns reach the end of their lifespan, they are drawn to County Meath, Ireland. The Sisters at Radiant Farms have dedicated their lives to nursing these elegant creatures through their final days... Brought to you by ThinkGeek.