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DC Comics Caped Shot Glass
There is really nothing super about drinking excessively. You're probably having a ton of fun while it's happening. Everything is hilarious. Everyone has +5 to Sexterity. You're clearly a genius. But then the next morning rolls around and you wake up with your head pounding and your phone has a number in it labeled Future Spouse. But if you'd like to feel a little more super before the big crash the morning after, do so with a DC Comics Caped Shot Glass. Each shot glass is emblazoned with the emblem of your super of choice and has an adorable tiny cape strapped around it. Yes, we suppose you could use the cape to wipe your mouth after you take your shot, but is that what Batman would do? Product Specifications Shot glasses with tiny capes and the logos of favorite supers Officially licensed DC Comics collectable Cape is removable for washing Set of three: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman Love your glass: Hand-wash for longest artwork life. Seriously, kids. Drinking isn't all it's cracked up to be. Be responsible.
Star Trek Interactive Tribbles
In the 23rd century, an enterprising trader named Cyrano Jones procured an interesting and adorable little creature. These tiny furry beasties had a calming effect on the nervous systems of humanoids - well most humanoids, anyway. They were called tribbles. These tribbles, when they're not busy being cute and purring, were prodigious breeders. As one country-doctor once quipped, "Well, the nearest thing that I can figure is that they're born pregnant - which appears to be quite a time-saver!" In fact, their ability to multiply is so incredible, they can fill an entire cargo hold in three days - that's one million, seven-hundred seventy-one thousand, five hundred sixty one tribbles... assuming one tribble with an average litter of ten producing a new generation every twelve hours. That's some impressive breeding, right there. It would make any man want to high-five any tribble, except tribbles don't have arms. These tribbles, however, are genetically altered to be sterile. In fact, ThinkGeek will guarantee that, should our tribbles somehow begin to multiply, we will dispatch someone to remove the infestation from your starship or space-station - even if it takes seventeen-point-nine years.
Brain Freeze Ice Cube Molds
"Basically, there are two ways we can approach how awesome these brain-shaped ice-cubes are: 1 - we can take the obvious zombie angle. Naturally, Zombies are (were) people, too, and when they're done with a long day at the office, tearing the gizzards out of Phil in Accounting, there's nothing they prefer more than to kick back with a high-ball of their favorite adult beverage, and ruminate on the day's activity... 2 - we can make reference to the well-known-but-oft-misunderstood ""Brain Freeze"" phenomenon made famous by Slurpee / Slushee / Squishee aficionados world-wide. You know - the pain you get when you drink a beverage (usually of the not-quite-frozen-yet-still-below-zero variety), and a pain shoots from your sinus cavity into your brain like icy daggers... yeah, we could definitely do that. But we're opting for a third approach to marketing these little silicon trays. This third option completely outstrips the zombie angle and the brain-freeze angle and leaves them in their metaphorical dust. You ready? Buy these Brain-Freeze Ice Cube Molds. They're friggin' awesome. What do you mean, ""I'm fired?"""
Dreamlights Fireflies in a Jar
"As the days get longer, and the nights get warmer, people are venturing outside their doors and enjoying the moonlight. As they walk down streets and paths, the flickering lights of fireflies are hard to miss. During some summers, trees would light up with more fireflies than there were stars in the heavens, turning the whole sky upside-down. As kids, many of us ran through our parents' back yards, collecting fireflies in jars. They'd flicker inside, blinking out their little buggy code to each other. We would wonder what their bioluminescent blinkenlights were actually saying. Were they discussing the merits of Proust? Perhaps engaging in a rabid defense of French Existentialist poetry in an age of materialism and excess. No - nothing that heady. In fact, their gentle flickering communicates their ability to mate and their location - the entomological equivalent of ""Hey baby! Yo! Over here, good-lookin'! Yo!"" Of course, unless you're an 8-year old boy, or an entomologist, bugs are kinda icky, so handling them may not be your favorite thing to do. Also, there's the cruelty factor of shaking a jar full of bugs giving them tiny buggy concussions in an effort to stimulate their bioluminescence simply for the joy of a child who, in a few short minutes, will lose interest in favor of their Nintendo DS and some new Pokemon title. So where bugs fail us, robots fill in. These robots come in the form of tiny LEDs inside a frosted glass lantern. During the day, the lantern soaks up the energy of the sun, and during the night the little robot bugs glow, flickering and throbbing like real fireflies. You can set them to glow as long as they have power, or only when you shake the lantern. Don't worry about harming the little fellas - they aren't real. Your karma is safe. So traipse across your moonlit garden again, like you did when you were a kid. Set it on your night stand to offer a soft soothing glow while you sleep, or just take a walk using the lantern as cool illumination as you go. The fireflies won't mind - in fact, they'll probably come to check out the hot little robotic numbers inside. Ooh yeah, baby. Features Glass lantern full of flickering LED ""fireflies"" Rechargeable solar batteries keep your lights going for many hours Switchable to glow when it gets dark, or when you shake the jar Soothing light that's cruelty free! 4 inches in diameter, 5 3/4 inches tall"