Soft Kitty Singing Plush
We love "Soft Kitty," but there's a problem inherent with the song. In order to sing it properly, you have to be in the presence of a sick person (or, well, Shel-bot). A sick person with a highly-contagious illness. On the sickie's behalf, we'll also point out that sometimes when you're sick, you just don't want to see other humans. You feel horrible. You look horrible. You just want to burrow in your blanket cave and be left alone. That's when the Soft Kitty Singing Plush comes in handy...
Book Was Better, The Babydoll
Our customers are thorough. Y'all are the sorts of people who will read the book, see the movie, and heatedly debate the merits of the two against each other. And, let's be honest, words rock. The book generally wins. Your own personal imagination trumps Michael Bay's any day. (Also, it generally involves fewer gratuitous explosions.) Using our highly scientific method of Google search results returned, we are relieved to see that the Internet agrees with us. We were a little concerned at first: search terms: movie was better = 2,210,000,000 results search terms: book was better = 2,040,000,000 results Oh wait. We're probably picking up references like "this movie was better than the last one." Let's refine that a little. search terms: "movie was better" + book = 754,000 results search terms: "book was better" + movie = 1,160,000 results That's more like it. We mentioned this was highly scientific, right? And by that we mean we used a Bunsen burner. Because it was there. This shirt is graced with the simple statement "The book was better." White ink on a black, babydoll (fitted) shirt.
Bazinga! Fitted Ladies' Tee - Red, XL
Here at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ, we are huge fans of the sitcom The Big Bang Theory. We would like to posit a hypothesis we have developed re: its popularity: the number of viewers is directly proportional to the quantity of "bazingas" in the season. To wit, Season 1 Bazinga Quotient: 0 Viewers (in millions): 8.34 Season 2 Bazinga Quotient: 3 Viewers (in millions): 10.01 Season 3 Bazinga Quotient: We stopped counting at 15. Viewers (in millions): 14...
"Honestly, we're surprised that Sheldon doesn't have his part of the couch roped off with stanchions. Velvet would add a bit of class to the living room, and also it'd give him a reason to use the word ""stanchion"" in a sentence, which really doesn't come around all too frequently. Gotta jump on it when you get the chance. The use of ""stanchion,"" not the couch. Jumping on the couch is clearly a violation of the Roommate Agreement. A couch with a little table tent (well, we suppose it's a couch tent in this situation) with the words ""RESERVED FOR SHELDON"" written on it graces a navy blue, 100% cotton t-shirt."
CB Radio iPhone Handset
Sometimes, when you're barreling down the highways of life, you just have to reach out your voice into the darkness and see who's there - to let the faceless void fill with your words and thoughts and peek into your soul for a time. Why? Because that's what truckers do. They do it with CB radios, just like TV and movies of the 80s taught us. Well, the 80s are in our past, but the tech has been adapted for our present. Presenting, the CB Radio iPhone Handset. The CB Radio iPhone Handset is just a lot of fun. Plug it into your iPhone (or any smart phone with a 3.5mm headphone jack) and get ready for loads of retro fun. A dial on the side turns the unit on and pumps up the volume, it's got a belt clip, blah blah blah. But the real joy of the CB Radio iPhone Handset is the mute button. All it does is mute the other side of the conversation, but what it really does is make the experience all the more like a real one-way CB dialog. The CB Radio iPhone Handset is great for whenever you want to talk to your good buddy and feel like the cubicle trucker you are. CB Radio iPhone Handset Looks just like you ripped it off an old CB radio. Microphone integrated into cord for better sound pickup. Features: Answer and Hang Up button. Volume Control and Power On/Off dial. Mute Button - mutes the other side to feel more like a real one-way CB radio. Belt Clip. Handset works as just a speaker, too! Works with any smart phone with a 3.5mm earphone jack including the iPhone 5 (Answer and Hang Up button, however, will only work on phones with this function). Batteries: 2 AAA (not included) Dimensions: approx. 3" x 2.6" x 0.8" - with 20" long curly cord (relaxed state).
Soft Kitty Fitted Ladies' Tee - Ice Grey, S
We don't always agree with her perspective, but Sheldon's mother certainly knows how to manage Sheldon. She's got years of experience (even if slightly abbreviated since Sheldon went to college at 11) in handling his quirky personality. Genetically, she may have given Sheldon his eyes and knees, but the far more significant gift arrived not via DNA but sound waves. That's right. We're talking about "Soft Kitty," everybody's favorite contagious lullaby. (See what we did there?) Sing it with us...
Hello My Name Is Inigo Montoya Babydoll
"We hate going to events that require nametags. We don't like encouraging strangers to talk to us. Plus, we always forget to take the damn thing off when we walk out of whatever it was that required the nametag, so we're headed home, stopping by the grocery store, accidentally encouraging the produce manager to address us by name. Which is just creepy. The one exception would be if you had a really long name such as Tarquin Fin-tim-lin-bin-whin-bim-lim bus stop F'tang F'tang Olé Biscuitbarrel. Or if you had something complicated you had to say with your introduction, such as, ""Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die."" Saying that over and over gets tedious (just ask Count Rugen). So in this case, we figure we can condone the use of nametags. Just this once. Black babydoll (fitted) shirt with white and red ""Hello my name is..."" sticker over the chest, with Inigo Montoya's full spiel wedged in there."
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.