I Love You Toast Stamper
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.
Zombie Glass Decanter
We've always been perplexed by the expression, "Pour me a stiff one." Sure, the word stiff can mean potent or strong, which certainly describes hard liquor, but to us, stiff connotes things like death or at least the middle school sleepover game, Light As a Feather, Stiff As A Board. (Did you know that game has been played by kiddos since the 17th century? We found an account in the diary of our peep, Samuel Pepys!) Since we're not fans of death, but rather undeath, why don't you use this Zombie Decanter to pour us an undead one? After all, in slightly-more-than-moderate amounts, alcohol serves to dull our senses, slur our speech, and makes us stumble around, much like our zombie friends. This vessel closes with a cork stopper and will hold approximately 27 ounces of your favorite stupefying liquid. Just remember, you'll never survive the apocalypse if you're drunk, so drink responsibly, will ya? We need you on our survival team. Product Specifications Glass decanter in the shape of a zombie head Features sagging skin, exposed brains, and bad teeth Closes with a cork stopper (included) Fill it with 27 ounces of your favorite beverage Drink responsibly - we need you on our zombie survival team
Skulls. Everybody has one. Some have two or more! Those lucky devils get to wander around fancy dress parties, chatting up girls and saying, "Hey doll, is this guy boring you? Why don't you talk to me instead? I'm from a different planet." Some skulls are enormous, some are quite small, and some have USB 2.0 connectivity. I'm guessing yours doesn't? Well, waste no time and upgrade your skull today! No, put down that power-drill...
Lumadot LED Umbrella
This umbrella is one of our favorite things. For starters, like all good umbrellas should, it keeps you out of the rain. Well, not really. It doesn't actually teleport you from a rainy location to a non-rainy location. Our inventing monkeys are hard at work developing that technology, it may be a few months before we get it perfected. Sadly, we've lost a few Customer Service temps during product testing. We really hope we'll bump into them again on whatever plane or timeline we accidentally sent them. But what this umbrella does (besides keeping you dry) is pretty awesome. With the flick of a switch, it is transformed from a boring black umbrella to a black umbrella with glowing blue raindrops all over it. Flick the switch further and those raindrops will blink! It's deliciously geeky (what geek doesn't like LEDs?) but it's also pretty, which makes it a great gift for the lady in your life who may not be geeky. Buying yourself some cool gadgets and witty t-shirts and don't feel like making a separate purchase for Mother's Day or your girlfriend's birthday? The Lumadot LED Umbrella comes to the rescue! Stay dry, stay safe, and look cool doing it.
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!).
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"""
The Ex - Unique Knife Set and Holder
We'll get right to the point with this product - it's a wicked cool design for a knife holder and certainly a lot more edgy than the standard old block of wood. We're not sure who the designer might have been thinking of when he created this but we definitely like the results. And it includes five knives!. This unique artistic knife holder is made of heavy duty ABS plastic and will be the talk of the party! It's an innovative knife suspension system with individual protective knife sleeves for each blade. The five knives are made from heavy gauge durable stainless steel. The slots are magnetized to secure knives in the holder. Overall, we'd say The Ex Knife Set is very cutting edge!
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
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"