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Spilt Milk Cereal Bowl
$14.99 $5.99
Spilt Milk Cereal Bowl
We're going to let you inside the hallowed halls of ThinkGeek's World Domination Corporate Headquarters for a moment for a quick tour. Over here is our cloning facility where we build the genetically engineered robot monkeys that fill your packages for shipment. Down the hall there is the lead-lined bunker where the experimental tricobalt fusion reactor pumps out the terawatts of power necessary to keep the engines of commerce running in our datacenter. Around the corner there is Ted from human resources. And over here is the commissary. This is where many of our geeks take their lunch breaks where they ingest their favorite kinds of fuel. Some opt for Taun Taun steaks, others go for shredded bits of vegetation - what we call 'Salad Club.' Still others opt for bowls of colorful breakfast cereal for lunch. What? There's nothing wrong with breakfast cereal as an other-than-for-breakfast meal! Look at the side of the packaging - it's chock full of all kinds of vitamins, and where else are you going to get your RDA of yellow number six? It's, like, a daily requirement, man. Anyway, most of our geeks use highly specialized vessels in which they pour their Trix, or Captain Crunch, or Fruity Pebbles. Hans prefers upturned dinosaur fossil skulls. Christian two-fists it by pouring a mouthful of cereal followed by a gulp of soy-milk with each bite. However, we've just got in a shipment of squishy silicone bowls made to look like an artistic splash of milk frozen into a concave shape. Perfectly suitable for a giant bowl of Peanut Butter Bumpers. Moving on - we're walking, we're walking. And here's the end of our tour! Make sure you visit the gift shop on your way out!
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Bunn 10-cup Coffeemaker - Black (GRXB)
$99.95
Bunn 10-cup Coffeemaker - Black (GRXB)
Find coffee and espresso makers at Target.com! The bunn grx-b coffee maker lets you make 10 cups of coffee in just 3 minutes. It's a classic reservoir-style brewer that has a stainless steel water tank. Its unique spray-head design enhances the flavor of brewed coffee. This stainless steel coffee maker has an internal thermostat that maintains the water in the tank at an ideal temperature for brewing perfect coffee. It comes with a glass carafe for convenient pouring. It also has a porcelain-coated warming plate. Its vacation switch turns off the heat automatically. This 10-cup coffeemaker comes with a coffee filter starter kit.
Target.com
Mini Cupcake Factory
$26.99 $17.54
Mini Cupcake Factory
"Cupcakes appeal to the geek because they're entirely made out of cake! Plus, they're teeny and cute, and, for some reason, things that are miniaturized make some of the geek girls here in the office squee with delight! One only has to look at adorable pictures of miniature horses to know the truth of this. So, in the epic battle of cake vs. cupcake, the cupcake has one point for its teenyness, if that's even a word. Another advantage the cupcake has is, due to its size, it has an extremely high crust-to-cake ratio. You know, that outer layer of extra caramelized batter that's soaked up some of the oil and has a slight give to the crumb? Nummy. Also, again - size related, the cupcake cooks in a mere 5 minutes time. So, if you include the time spent mixing and heating the cupcake pan, you're only 10 minutes away from craving to nomming delicious hot cupcakes! ThinkGeek knows you love cupcakes - mostly because we love cupcakes. Consequently, when we found this electric mini cupcake pan, we knocked over little old ladies to get at them. Each one of these little pans heats up in minutes, and cooks 7 cupcakes at a time in 5 short minutes. So you can go from craving to mixing to eating hot delicious cupcakes in less time than it takes to make five 2-minute eggs. Maybe our math is wrong? Apropos of nothing: in the UK, they're called ""fairy cakes."" Unfortunately for our british friends, though, this little guy only has a US 110v plug. Which is fine, really. More for us!"
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