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USB Squirming Tentacle by ThinkGeek
$10.99
USB Squirming Tentacle by ThinkGeek
Back in the day, the coolest thing ever was the USB Humping Dog. What did it do? You stuck it in your USB port and it... well, it humped your computer, much like an amorous male dog is wont to do. We're beyond such juvenile humor (on most days), but we wanted a fun toy to use at the office. Show your love for Cthulhu (or just octopuses or kraken) with the USB Squirming Tentacle. Simply plug it into your USB port and it will fill your computer with unspeakable evils... Brought to you by ThinkGeek.
ThinkGeek
Aqua End Table 15 Gallon Aquarium
$1,000.00 $630.49
Aqua End Table 15 Gallon Aquarium
Thrillingly creative square table aquariumSolid square 3/8-inch beveled glass topBlack acrylic pedestal base hides filtersIlluminated from beneath blue glass gravelHolds 15 gallons of fresh water. We love this. We want this. We can't believe no one thought of this before! The Aqua End Table Aquarium is creative from top to bottom: the 3/8-inch beveled glass top is illuminated by light shining through the sparkling glass gravel on the bottom. It definitely sets a sensuous mood. Included black acrylic base hides away the silent filters and pump. Decorative plants and blue glass gravel are all included. Did we mention we want this?
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Glo Nightlight with Glowing Balls
$79.99
Glo Nightlight with Glowing Balls
Monsters are a real and serious threat to the sanity and sleep quality of parents everywhere. As long as our geeklings think that monsters present a real danger, they won't sleep. And if the geeklings don't sleep, nobody sleeps. The problem with your standard night light is that it only illuminates one part of the room. Sure, you could plug in multiples, but at that point, you might as well leave all the lights on. The Glo Nightlight looks a bit like alien plant life...
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