Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction
With the advent of modern household products and office supplies (binder clips, clothespins, rubber bands, ballpoint pens, toothpicks, paper clips, plastic utensils, and matches) troublemakers (DIY'ers) of all stripes have the components needed to build an impressive, if somewhat miniaturized, arsenal. Detailed, step-by-step instructions for each project are provided, including materials and ammo lists, clear diagrams, and construction tips. Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction is your guidebook to conquering your workplace. In Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction, you'll find plans to build 35 devices of office warfare - including catapults, slingshots, minibombs, darts, and combustion shooters. You'll construct a tiny trebuchet from paper clips and a D-cell battery, wrap a penny in a string of paper caps to create a surprisingly impressive explosive, and convert champagne party poppers and pen casings into a three-barreled bazooka. Finally, plans are provided for a top secret concealing book to hide your stash, as well as targets (cardboard critters, big-headed aliens, and zombies) for shooting practice. Never let your cubicle, home office, or personal space go undefended again. Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction - FTW!
Flud Watches Men's The Gunmetal Boombox Watch
Flud Watches Men's The Gunmetal Boombox Watch, Watches: The Gunmetal Boombox Watch The good folks at Flud Watches just put another classic retro icon back on your wrist with the Boombox Watch. This push button digital watch comes complete with slick details accurate from the speakers to the handlebar. One quick push reveals a sharp red LED display. ALERT! The LED screen will shut off when the watch is inactive for three (3) seconds! Please don't tweak and think the watch is busted just kindly refer to your manual for a detailed explanation. • Oversized Boombox Case • Custom LED movement • Dual textured linked band • Locking clasp with etched logo By Flud Watches
Bring home the Asian symbol of good luck. The dragon in faceted clear crystal and Light Topaz eyes has smooth and matt crystal details and a crystal ball. It comes on a beautifully polished teak wood stand.
"When we met with this jeweler back in February we said, ""We really like this earring. If it were only a bit bigger, it'd make a great pendant."" And our rep said, ""Oh! We used to make a pendant of it. Let me see if we still have the mold."" And voila. They dusted it off and brought it out of storage just for y'all. We're going to borrow from the 1619 description of the Borough of Leicester's crest to describe this fellow: A wyvern sans legs argent, wings expanded. (And while we're at it, we'll take a moment to be glad we're not vexillologists because we find heraldry quite vexing.) This wyvern, made from English pewter, is 1 3/4"" tall and 1 1/2"" wide. It comes on a 21"" black leather cord with an adjustable toggle closure. Weighs a little over half an ounce. To adjust the length of the black leather cord, get a pair of tweezers. Where the cord threads into the closure, first provide some slack by feeding the cord toward the toggle. Then, use the tweezers to pull the end of the cord past the toggle. Cut. Pull back a bit so that the end of the cord is flush against the closure. At this point, we might put a drop of glue there so it doesn't go anyplace, but you saw how hard it was to pull the cord past the toggle. It's not like it's going to be moving around on its own, so you're probably okay, but glue if you want to be super-safe about it never moving again. For our customers with nickel allergies: the dragon and toggle closure are made of English pewter, which is a mixture of tin, antimony, and copper. They are free of both lead and nickel."
Secret Decoder Ring
Big Brother is watching. Listening. Reading your notes. What can you do? The tinfoil hat only protects your brain from the aliens. Once you put your ideas down on paper, anyone can read them. ANYONE. Possibly even the aliens with their x-ray beams. But definitely Big Brother since you're 99% sure that your house is bugged for video and audio. How else does Google find out you want to bake spam casserole? Paranoid much? (It's not paranoia if they really are out to get you.) Pick up a pair of Secret Decoder Rings and you'll be able to encrypt your most personal messages, like the sticky notes you leave on your significant other's lunch bag. Nobody needs to know that she calls you Pookiepants and you call her Snoshmuffin. Simply remove the ring from your finger, twist the interlocking bands and you'll be able to code and decode your messages in a jiffy. Product Features Code and decode secret messages with your jewelry Made of stainless steel Three sizes available: Small (size 6) - 16.5mm diameter - for slight ladies (or wearing on a chain) Medium (size 10) - 19.8mm diameter Large (size 12) - 21.3mm diameter
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...
Sundial and Stardial Pendants
Technology is awesome, but can we trust it? How can we be sure that our cell phones aren't recording our brain waves and transmitting our ideas to evil corporations? How can we be sure that our watches aren't silently recording our pulses and sending the data to Big Food so they know when to advertise those juicy bacon cheeseburgers on TV and ruin our diet plans? Yeah, see, now you're paranoid too. We've taken the mirrors out of our bathrooms to avoid that classic horror movie moment, too. We recommend you do the same. Preventative paranoia is the key to success. Part of our plan is eschewing traditional watches for the sundial. Inspired by designs from Babylonia, Egypt, the Celts of Northern Europe, the Mayans and Incas and Aztecs, we've found the most imaginative and accurate wearable sundials anywhere. Instructions for reading your new sundial are included. Batteries, however, are not. They're not needed! Who needs batteries to sense the rhythms of the solar system? Guaranteed to work as long as the sun rises... and we don't want to think about the day that stops happening. How the Sundial works... On a sunny day, suspend the sundial by its black satin cord. Through a tiny hole, a thin ray of sunshine will illuminate a number on the inside of the dial showing the time of day. This Aquitaine sundial was named after Eleanor of Aquitaine, who gave one to King Henry II of England so Henry would know when to return from the hunt for their love trysts. (One must always be timely for love trysts. Tryst us on that one.) How the Stardial works... Set the middle wheel to the month, hold the dial upside down, and sight the North Star through the center hole. Move the top of the dial's arm to align with the uppermost stars of the Big Dipper, and read the time on the inner dial where the arm crosses the hour mark! Star dials were first used in the 15th century by navigators and are extremely accurate because they are based on the North Star. Product Features Pewter sundial & stardial ring pendants Tell the time without electricity, gears, or other technology Modeled after historical timepieces Approximately 1.3 inches (3.3 cm) in diameter Comes with a 30" black silk cord (or supply your own chain)
Dragon Ear Wrap
We see people with awesome piercings every so often and think, "That'd be neat to have, but they must have been working on that for years." For people who don't have that kind of time, we introduce the commitment-free Dragon Ear Wrap. He hovers over your right shoulder, whispering bad ideas into your ear (like dragons do), but he doesn't require any special piercings; a single, standard earring hole will do. Gotta be in your right earlobe for this to work, though...