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Paper Airplane Doorstop
$11.99 $9.99
Paper Airplane Doorstop
Paper airplanes are the perfect distraction for the bored. With every office and workspace filled with scraps of paper, many of them printed with the meaningless memos of the day, you've got everything you need for a little action, adventure, and origami. Just fold, crease, fold, crease and toss, and you've got a fighter jet! A space ship! A hypersonic bomber! A doorstop! Wait, what? A doorstop? Follow me, here, 'cause we're gonna get crazy here. The wedge shape of your typical needle-nose paper airplane is the perfect shape to jam in between a door and the floor. Unfortunately, a folded sheet of paper's ability to effectively stop a door from moving is limited, to say the least. Recognizing the perfect shape of the paper airplane, engineers replaced the flimsy paper construction with durable ABS plastic. With the added strength of science, the airplane wedges in nicely, and keeps the heaviest door from slamming shut. We don't recommend you try to fly it, though. While it's the right shape for flight, the lift over the wings isn't quite great enough to overcome the added weight that comes with the hardened plastic construction. It is the price to pay for immobile doors. Features Paper-Airplane shaped doorstop Made of plastic, not paper! 8 1/4 inches long by 4 inches wide Keep your doors in a... holding pattern! Get it?!
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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...
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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.
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Lil' Vampire Pacifier
$4.99
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!).
ThinkGeek
Horror Movie Shower Curtain & Bath Mat
$34.99
Horror Movie Shower Curtain & Bath Mat
You are sound asleep when suddenly a piercing noise jolts you out of bed. You slowly slink to the bathroom and flip on the lights. Your eyes are assaulted with the goriest of sights - a shower curtain smeared with bloody hand prints and a bath mat stained with bloody footprints. Your heart is now racing; there's no way you're going back to sleep now. Which is perfect because the piercing noise was your alarm clock, the gory sight was your new Horror Movie Shower Curtain & Bath Mat, you're now fully awake, and it's time to get ready for work. Of course the Horror Movie Shower Curtain & Bath Mat are completely practical - you can use them to keep the water in your shower and rub your toesies on when you are done. But that's not why you want them. You want them for the thrill, for the little jolt down your spine every time you turn on the lights. But even that's not the real reason you want them. You want a Horror Movie Shower Curtain & Bath Mat so that your mom will just shake her head and wonder what she did wrong when she sees them on her next visit. And if she doesn't - if she doesn't think anything is wrong and just goes to clean up the "blood" on your Horror Movie Shower Curtain & Bath Mat as if she's done it before - well then that's really scary.
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PlayStation 3 120GB System
$249.99
PlayStation 3 120GB System
The PS3 system is now slimmer and lighter than ever before. While the form factor may have changed, thePS3 system still comes with free access to the PlayStation Network, built-in Wi-Fi, and hard disk drivestorage for games, music, videos, and photos. Plus, the PS3 system is the only gaming console with a Blu-rayplayer to give you the best high-definition viewing experience on your television. With five times the capacity ofstandard DVDs, Blu-ray discs gives you more realistic and imm
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Blade Runner Style LED Umbrella
$14.99 $8.99
Blade Runner Style LED Umbrella
Early in the 21st Century, the Tyrell Corporation advanced robot evolution into the Nexus phase - a being virtually identical to a human - known as a Replicant. They're all around you, even now. That guy next to you? He's a Replicant. How do we know? He's walking the streets in the rain with no umbrella. That, and he failed the Voight-Kampff. In the pre-apocalyptic future, the air will be so thick, it will be dark in the middle of the day. Coupled with the almost constant rain, you'll need to find a way to stay dry and light your way to the noodle shop down the street. Even if you don't live in a quasi-futuristic Los Angeles and you aren't a Blade Runner, you can still have the coolest umbrella on the street. With a push of a button, the shaft lights up, illuminating you and your path. Now, even in the darkest of nights, you're a lot more visible to the cars on the street, making your long walk home through the rain a lot safer.
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Blood Bath Shower Gel
$8.99
Blood Bath Shower Gel
The blade flashes. The violins stab out freaky chords. The shower curtain is pulled off its rings - one by one. Chocolate syrup gets washed down the drain. And then Norman Bates needs to take a shower himself (filming a Hitchcock film is hard work, you know). Lucky for him, stashed away with his knife and wig, he has a bag of Blood Bath Shower Gel. And that means he'll not only get clean, but he'll have fun doing it. Blood Bath Shower Gel the perfect addition to your gory bathroom. It smells like cherry, cleans ya real good, feels and looks like extra thick blood, and has a rope to hang it from any nook or cranny of your shower. And hang it you will, because then the IV-styled blood bag will really show off its good looks. This crimson cleanser goes great with your Horror Movie Shower Curtain & Bath Mat (see below)! Blood Bath Shower Gel - it murders grime.
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Darth Vader USB Hub
$49.99 $34.99
Darth Vader USB Hub
Vader - once Anakin Skywalker, though that name no longer has any meaning to him - When we were just younglings, that breathy evil space-samurai used to give us nightmares. Now, though, Lucas has turned him into a simple misunderstood uberjedi with a few mechanical upgrades. Still, that lovable 7 foot-tall misanthrope is the coolest Jedi evar, and it was about time we turned him into a USB Hub. 480 MBps of digital connectivity in a simple four-port USB 2.0 hub sits on your desk, just oozing sithy malevolence. Plug in your flash drives, scanners, and other devices, and he'll frighten you with those iron-lungs of his. HHHHHOOOOOOOO-PHERRRRRRR! The Darth Vader USB Hub is here! Buy one now! The Emperor is not as forgiving as I.
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Zombie Head Cookie Jar
$24.99 $14.99
Zombie Head Cookie Jar
Do you think that if zombies had enough presence of mind to cook, that they'd bake things out of brains? We can imagine there being zombie bakeries, where they whip up brain-shaped cupcakes with frosting made from blended parietal lobe. (Don't knock it until you've tried it. It really adds a certain zing to cream cheese frosting. Way better than nutmeg, IMNSHO.) And of course, there'd have to be chocolate chip cookies with chunks of medulla oblongata. OMG, delish...
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Like/Dislike Stamp Set
$12.99 $10.39
Like/Dislike Stamp Set
"History Time: The thumbs up/thumbs down gesture for approval/distaste (and which gesture means which) comes from Ancient Roman times - specifically, instructions to the gladiator on whether or not to spare his opponent. But here's the thing: the Latin term for this is Pollice verso, which translates to ""turned thumb."" If you consult the writings of old dead Roman people, you'll find even they contradict each other on which one is really approval and which is distaste. But, who cares: we of the present have decreed thumbs up to be good and thumbs down to be bad. And that's the model that the Like/Dislike Stamp Set perpetuates. Each Like/Dislike Stamp Set comes with two, self-inking stamps (that's why we call it a set). Use the Like stamp for things you like and the Dislike stamps for things you don't like. For instance: we like origami - so though we will probably crush the little paper swan, we're gonna stamp it with the Like stamp. We don't like TPS reports, so we'll save the Dislike stamp for that. And why did we provide these further instructions and examples for such a straight forward product? Simple: to fill up space. YAY. Get your Like/Dislike Stamp Set today, and ink up your future with your opinion tomorrow. Like/Dislike Stamp Set Set of two stamps - for every occasion. Self-inking, for your convenience. Set includes one of each stamp. Dimensions: 3"" x 1.25"" x 2.5"""
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Cube - Bluetooth Laser Projected Keyboard
$179.99 $143.99
Cube - Bluetooth Laser Projected Keyboard
"Remember when you were promised all those amazing future tech innovations? Just around the corner was supposed to be a shining technology utopia with flying cars, personal space travel to distant galaxies, and bio-implantable cell phones. It's almost disappointing enough to make you sit at home and watch old episodes of ""Space 1999"". Don't lose hope! An amazing glimpse of this promised future has just arrived at ThinkGeek in the form of the Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard. This tiny device laser-projects a keyboard on any flat surface... you can then type away accompanied by simulated key click sounds. It really is true future magic at its best. You'll be turning heads the moment you pull this baby from your pocket and use it to compose an e-mail on your iPad, iPhone or laptop. With 63 keys and and full size QWERTY layout the Laser Virtual Keyboard can approach typing speeds of a standard keyboard... in a size a little larger than a matchbook. Product Features Projects a full-size laser keyboard onto any flat surface Allows the convenience of full-size typing in a tiny form factor Connects wirelessly via bluetooth to iPhone, iPad, many Smartphones and most Laptops Mouse mode allows you to use your finger as a mouse rather than typing when using with a laptop. Rechargeable battery lasts for 150 minutes of continuous typing Charges via USB. No drivers to install Product Specifications Compatibility: iPhone 3GS/4, iPad (iOS4), Blackberry tablet, Android 2.0 and higher, Windows Phone 7, Windows XP/Vista/7, Mac OS Interface: Bluetooth HID and USB 2.0 Keyboard Layout: 19mm sized QWERTY layout Detection rate: Up to 400 characters per minute Operating Surface: Most flat opaque surfaces Battery duration: Approximately 150 minutes, 700mAh built-in rechargeable battery"
ThinkGeek
MiniDock for iPhone
$19.99
MiniDock for iPhone
Ever try to use your iPhone or iPod Touch to read a recipe while you're in the kitchen? It's not easy, especially when the flour and butter start flying. Then you're trying to scroll down a bit and suddenly your phone hits a slick part of the counter and goes flying across the kitchen. Whoops! The MiniDock is great for internet chefs, but anyone who could use a dock that saves space will love it. What's brilliant about the MiniDock is its use of your Apple USB power adapter. Yank out the cord, you don't need it anymore! Then plug the MiniDock into the power adapter, and stick the adapter into the outlet. Voila! Your iPhone is perched at the perfect angle for viewing while it charges. Product Specifications Outlet dock for iPhone, iPod, or iPod Touch Works in tandem with your existing Apple USB power adapter Your iPhone/iPod sits upright in the MiniDock while it charges directly in the wall socket Frees up counter, table, or desk space Use your phone while it charges Great for reading recipes in the kitchen, or docking by your bedside table Contains space bumpers in three thickness to achieve the perfect fit for your device Note: Depending on your iPhone case, you may need to remove your case to dock your iPhone on the Mini Dock.
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Ice Straws
$17.99 $13.99
Ice Straws
It's rumored that the first drinking straws were cut from dried wheat shaffs. But as our technology evolved, we moved on to better materials. Whoops! Okay, not at first. Wax-coated paper straws were pretty fail for long-term drinking. We eventually got things right with plastic straws and bendy straws. Oooh, and super fat bubble tea straws for sucking up giant tapioca beads. But as usual, we didn't think of the consequences: landfills full of red and white plastic straws, piles of refuse looking like giant porcupines. Save the planet and have cooler drinks with Ice Straws! The mold is made of food-grade silicone rubber and will quickly make six 8-inch straws of whatever liquid you like. Of course, we don't have to remind you, dear fans of chemistry, that alcohol doesn't freeze too well. We recommend water or juices to make the best frozen straws. Pop them out of the mold and into your drink and you'll have the coolest meltable straw on the block.
ThinkGeek
Polluted Toxic Waste Glasses
$15.99
Polluted Toxic Waste Glasses
Unless you're ingesting only pure rainwater and distilled pure grain alcohol, you're ingesting poison. That's right, Mandrake. Just like the global communist conspiracy, anything you drink will infiltrate and corrupt from within. That's why we're strong believers in total commitment. As long as you're going to drink poison, you may as well make sure your drinking vessel of choice makes it look the part. Sure, we all have hard jobs - Ice-cream Fluoridation Administrator, Director of Survival Mineshafts, Nuclear Rodeo Cowboy - but at the end of the day, we could all use a drink, amirite? So grab your highball, and pour yourself a nice tall glass of something tasty. Oh, and if you can make it green and slightly radioactive, even better. These glasses look the part, alright. Each set of two glasses look like little 55 gallon drums except they're just twelve ounces, and they're made of borosilicate glass. Still, with the nuclear hazard logo etched in the side, and filled with some sort of green luminescent liquid on-the-rocks, they're guaranteed to be the hit of the party.
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Batman Ice Cube Tray
$9.99
Batman Ice Cube Tray
We'd say that Bruce Wayne uses these ice cubes when he throws a party, but that's probably a big fat lie. After all, that would give away his big secret. So we'll say that other people in Gotham who appreciate the good deeds of Batman probably use these when they throw parties. This silicone ice cube tray makes twelve bat insignia ice cubes. Not only are they the perfect addition to whatever you're drinking while reading the new Batman comics, they also look great in Halloween party drinks...
ThinkGeek
Rubik's Cube Mug
$9.99
Rubik's Cube Mug
Liquids are our favorite things to drink. And puzzles are our favorite things to solve. Combine the two, and you have the perfect way to quench your thirst while satiating your love of puzzles. What could we be talking about? Why the Rubik's Cube Mug, of course (you know, the thing that's in all these pictures). Each Rubik's Cube Mug comes presolved (and, really, it can't be messed up, so there). Although it seems difficult to drink out of a cube, the lip is actually curved a bit for your comfort. It's a mug. It's a Rubik's Cube. It's the Rubik's Cube Mug! Drink from one of the world's most beloved puzzles, and show your pride in the Cube that Rubik built. Rubik's Cube Mug It's a mug, but it looks like a Rubik's Cube, but it's a mug! A curved lip actually makes drinking out of a cube easy. Ceramic mug is not dishwasher/microwave safe. Hand wash only! Holds: 8oz (250ml) of liquid goodness. Dimensions: approx 3" cubed (not included handle).
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Garden Zombie
$99.99 $89.99
Garden Zombie
"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!"
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