If you're like most geeks, your work environment can be a depressing and sterile place. Designed to crush your soul to squeeze the last few ergs of energy out of each and every wageslave, grey walls, grey carpeting, and anemic flickering fluorescent lighting all combine into something truly evil. Unfortunately, you've got bills to pay, so you punch in every morning and punch out every night feeling a little more dead with each passing day...
Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers
"Relaxing at the space station's bar, you order the house special and are presented with a glowing blue drink. At the bottom of the glass you see something; and it appears to be moving. You can't quite tell if it's a flower from a far off world dancing in the carbonation, or the tentacles of some creature waiting patiently to make you its repast. The barkeep assures you it's safe. ""It's just an Edible Wild Hibiscus Flower,"" he says, ""suck it down . . . if you dare!"" And you should dare, because Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers might look like baby Cthulhu, but they are magically delicious. Tasting a little bit like raspberry (and a little bit like something not of this world), they make an incredible garnish on or in any dish you create. But the real beauty (as you can tell by the pictures) is enhancing your inebriating beverages. They make your martini extra exotic and add an unheard of layer of romance to a glass of champagne. Or you can just pull some Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers out of the jar and pretend you are eating alien anemones before they eat you. Because you never know . . . they just might try!"
Desktop Carnivorous Plant Set
Here at ThinkGeek, we truly understand you have needs. Especially at work where minutes often last hours and hours become days. You need to be entertained, you don't want your neurons to prematurely atrophy. You crave stimulation. You crave a Carnivorous desktop plant set. Perfect for the casual office worker who delights in watching insects slowly meet their makers as they are painfully digested by an engaging variety of meat-sucking flora. Nothing quite like it...